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Rebecca Hall In Gabriela Hearst – ‘Permission’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Rebecca Hall attended the premiere of ‘Permission’ during the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday (April 22) in New York City.

Spring hasn’t quite sprung for the actress who donned a Gabriela Hearst Fall 2017 forest-green frock, which demonstrated the designer’s penchant for tailored minimalism.

However, I much preferred the more modest—yet still sensuous—teardrop neckline than this wider version on her.

Wearing the tea-length dress as presented on the runway, with Gabriela Hearst flatforms, she stayed true to the original vision which put the look on quirkier ground rather than a sleeker offering.

A light dusting of Monique Péan jewels finished the ensemble.

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Adriana Lima In Jason Wu – 2017 IWC Schaffhausen ‘For The Love Of Cinema’ Gala

Adrina Lima joined fellow model and IWC ambassador Karolina Kurkova for the 5th Annual IWC Schaffhausen Tribeca Film Festival ‘For The Love Of Cinema’ Gala on Thursday (April 20) in New York City.

While I wasn’t taken with Lily Aldridge’s Khaite gold velvet dress, yesterday, Adrina’s Jason Wu Fall 2017 look possesses an opulent mood which I find quite captivated.

That might be due to Adrina herself, the design or the a lustrous, light-catching finish, but I found myself admiring this look from head-to-toe.

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Emily Browning In Blumarine – ‘American Gods’ LA Premiere

Emily Browning’s style took a dark turn for the premiere of ‘American Gods’ on Thursday (April 20) in Hollywood, California.

While not exactly season appropriate, I love the commitment given to this gothic-inspired look.

Classically feminine in shape and style, her dark-green shimmering Blumarine Pre-Fall 2017 dress plays it part, along with the styling and pale makeup.

Did Emily nail this look for you?

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Zoey Deutch In Chloé – ‘Flower’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Zoey Deutch looked very charming while attending the premiere for the drama, ‘Flower’ during the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival on Thursday (April 20) in New York City.

With a contrasting Peter Pan collar and ditsy print, this Chloe Fall 2017 mini dress sits on the right side of retro.

Chloe is all about boho, so I like this more youthful take on elegance and overall playful approach; updating a simplistic silhouette with artful elegance.

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Kate Bosworth In Rochas – 2017 National Geographic FURTHER FRONT

Kate Bosworth opted for green which seemed appropriate for the 2017 National Geographic FURTHER FRONT event on Wednesday (April 19) in New York City.

My mindset is very much triggered for Spring, whereas Kate is treading the line somewhere between wearing a light hue Rochas Fall 2017 dress with smouldering dark styling which included the runway pumps and a deep rouge lip.

The dress does serve up its own unique brand of modern romance, however, the lip is throwing me off loving this look.

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