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Kate Bosworth In Antonio Marras – HFPA and Instyle Celebration of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards

Every time Kate Bosworth has stepped out recently, I have been dazzled by how she experiments with different styles, but still presents a cool, effortless mix.

She did not let me down at the HFPA and Instyle Celebration of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards event on Wednesday (November 15) in West Hollywood, California, where she joined Nina Dobrev.

‘The Long Road Home’ actress wore an Antonio Marras Spring 2018 dress. The ankle-length style had a sweet vintage feel courtesy of the gathered sleeves and beaded neckline.

What struck me was how the frock played with texture with the appliqués strewn across the translucent base. The gathers down the front added even more dimension, as did her velvet accessories.

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Octavia Spencer In Tadashi Shoji – ‘The Shape Of Water’ LA Premiere

Octavia Spencer looked joyful at ‘The Shape Of Water’ LA premiere on Wednesday (November 15).

The actress donned a Tadashi Shoji Spring 2018 dress that was brimming with romantic details. The V-neckline was complemented with the flared sleeves and shoulder cut-outs for a gorgeous face-framing effect.

Irene Neuwirth jewels brought the eye to the neckline and to Octavia’s smile.

The runway version of the frock had a sweet charm courtesy of the stripes and muted colours. The red one retained the feel, but made a bolder statement.

I’m not sure whether it was intentional or not, but the fiery frock also mimicked the one in the film’s poster.

Which version of the dress do you prefer?

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Nina Dobrev In Ralph Lauren – HFPA and Instyle Celebration of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards

Nina Dobrev stepped out at the HFPA and Instyle Celebration of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards event on Wednesday (November 15) in West Hollywood, California.

The actress always had a modern feminine style, but I must say that her sophisticated bob has only enhanced it.

Her Ralph Lauren Fall 2017 gown had a slinky feel courtesy of the flowing slip silhouette. It was enhanced with the liquefied-look fabric.

I was especially enamoured with how the dress spoke to the designer’s classic aesthetic, while adding an athletic feel thanks to the colour-blocked panels which were reminiscent of racing stripes.

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Emma Roberts In Ulyana Sergeenko Couture – 68th National Book Awards

Summer’s love affair with gingham continued into the new season when Emma Roberts stepped onto the red carpet for the 68th National Book Awards held at Cipriani Wall Street on Wednesday (November 15) in New York City.

I was totally enamoured by the romantic nature of this Ulyana Sergeenko Fall 2017 Couture gown – yes, even with the granny panties.

With the delicate ruffles and an oversize bow which cascaded down the train, this gown made me want to put on my ‘Gone With the Wind’ DVD to relive the magic of Scarlett O’Hara’s southern belle iconic outfits.

A black Victoria Beckham ‘Mini Bow’ clutch completed this gorgeous look.

Danielle Rose Russell In Sachin & Babi – ‘Wonder’ LA Premiere

Danielle Rose Russell joined Darby Stanchfield on the red carpet for the ‘Wonder’ LA premiere on Tuesday (November 14) in Westwood, California.

Nothing says evening elegance quite like a strapless silhouette.

Even with the dark colour and mysterious embellishments, I love how this Sachin & Babi Spring 2018 dress is oozing with plenty of romantic flair; which mostly comes down to the voluminous semi-sheer skirt.

Danielle teamed her dress with a Roseark choker, Kate Spade New York clutch and Tamara Mellon ‘Pistol’ patent leather pumps, which are a sassier version on the traditional Mary Jane pump.

Tamara Mellon ‘Pistol’ Pumps

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2017 Whitney Art Party Red Carpet Roundup

In addition to Nina Dobrev and Hilary Rhoda, there were more pretties on the scene at the 2017 Whitney Art Party on Tuesday (November 14) in New York City.

Leigh Lezark: This Monse Resort 2018 ensemble is such a signature mix of masculine and feminine inspirations that you will likely remember Fan Bingbing wearing it, as well. However, I like Leigh’s effortless variation on it with the red sandals and cool-girl attitude.

Zosia Mamet: Zosia’s style continues to evolve—and I continue to become more impressed with the level of polish. This Monse Fall 2017 ensemble styled with Wolford ‘Pure 50’ tights was so directionally edgy for the ‘Girls’ actress whilst maintaining a sense of modern refinement. I like how every detail—from the necklaces to the grommet belt and booties—feels well thought-out and rightfully placed without being overcooked.

Natasha Poly: I found the model’s Monse Spring 2018 ensemble so intriguing for the sassy-romantic drape of the top juxtaposed with the distressed, cropped denim for a thoroughly different take on modern femininity that doesn’t take itself too seriously.

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