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Demi Lovato In Self-Portrait – Cannes Lions Festival 2017

Demi Lovato kept is casual and carefree on Monday (June 19) as she attended the Cannes Lions Festival in Cannes, France.

The singer opted for a chic Self-Portrait Pre-Fall 2017 monochrome jumpsuit with a beautiful asymmetric neckline.

I am besotted with the top half of this look. The large ruffle-frills, the off-the-shoulder design, and the short sleeves feel endlessly summery and feminine.

Add to that the breath-taking details of the contrasting black edges and large buttons; it’s both seasonally appropriate and formal.

Do you prefer the look book version with the skirt, as opposed to Demi’s jumpsuit version?

Self-Portrait Monochrome Frill Jumpsuit

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Suki Waterhouse In David Koma – ‘The Bad Batch’ LA Premiere

Suki Waterhouse oozed utilitarian chic at the premiere of ‘The Bad Batch’ on Monday (June 19) in Los Angeles, California.

I love the olive green colour of her David Koma Fall 2017 dress which was paired with some black ribbon details which call to mind camouflage, but in a very fashionable – and sultry – way.

The strictness of the structure feels masculine but is softened by the feminine flared hem and the built-in bra and mini skirt layer, bringing a perfect balance to this look.

I love the designer’s vision of an edgier look, however, Suki swapped the runway lace-up boots for strappy heels and the sleek straight hairstyle for a wavy one, yet still possessed a military mood.

Are you onboard with Suki’s interpretation?

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Ginnifer Goodwin In Attico – ‘Constellation’ LA Premiere

Ginnifer Goodwin showcased her love of prints with a head-turning appearance at the ‘Constellation’ premiere in LA on Thursday (June 15).

Some may feel that this Attico Fall 2017 patchwork dress is too busy, but I love the celebratory feel of this look which resonates throughout the whole collection.

The purposeful clashing of stripes and prints, colours and styles, feels liberated and joyful. With its puff shoulders and wrap front, there was a retro feel to this look which brought a smile to my face.

Typical minimal styling with Nicholas Kirkwood sandals providing the finishing touch.

All in all, it’s a fun and vibrant look, but I have a feeling this won’t be shared.

What do you make of it?

Nicholas Kirkwood Maeva pearl sandals

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Nieves Alvarez In Elie Saab – ‘Yo Dona’ International Awards 2017

Nieves Alvarez attended the ‘Yo Dona’ International Awards at the Palacio de los Duques de Pastrana on Monday (June 19) in Madrid, Spain.

This Elie Saab Spring 2017 sequin gown is evocative of disco nights and glamorous evenings.

I love the strategic placement of the star design which emphasizes the waist and the grown-up fairy-tale aesthetic which is imbued by the bright blue hue.

Some of you are over these embellished gowns, but for me Nieves breathes fresh life into the tried-and-true red carpet formula.

When I comes to Nieves’ Giuseppe Zanotti sandals and Yliana Yepez bag I feel they are perfectly complementary, however, I wish she’d taken cues from the runway and had some more fun with her accessories. That goes for the Bulgari jewels too.

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Ana de Armas In Osman – ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Barcelona Photocall

Ana de Armas was also at the ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Barcelona photocall with Sylvia Hoeks on Monday (June 19).

Like Sylvia, she also showed off her style-forward sensibility in an Osman Pre-Fall 2017 ensemble that combined the label’s impeccable tailoring with a dose of darling fun.

I love the flirty sweetness this floral mini paired with the slim, straight-laced cigarette pants.

A softly tousled updo added to the girly romance while Giuseppe Zanotti heels ended the look on a sharply sophisticated note.

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Sylvia Hoeks In Loewe – ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Barcelona Photocall

Sylvia Hoeks attended the ‘Blade Runner 2049’ photocall in Barcelona on Monday (June 19).

I was immediately fascinated by her Loewe Spring 2017 look that combined the seductiveness of corsetry styling with the sway of a more homespun peasant skirt.

The end result delivered an intriguing edge of feminine allure, especially when styled with her high sandals, statement earrings, and waterfall blonde waves.

Experimental elegance at its finest. Would you agree?

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