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Christina Ricci In Azzedine Alaïa- ‘Z: The Beginning Of Everything’ Emmy FYC Screening

Christina Ricci attended the Emmy FYC Screening for Amazon’s ‘Z: The Beginning Of Everything’ on Thursday (April 27) in Hollywood, California.

I was completely charmed by this Azzedine Alaïa Spring 2017 embroidered frock which had all the glories of spring, done up in a chic silhouette mixed with cool, graphic patterning.

The styling was also on point, from the Edie Parker ‘Lara’ red clutch to the fresh coral lip. Even the white pumps worked on this occasion.

Were you equally impressed by this fresh statement?

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Amy Schumer In Erdem – ‘Snatched’ London Screening

Amy Schumer and her ‘Snatched’ co-star Goldie Hawn attended a special screening of the comedy flick at The Soho Hotel on Wednesday (April 26) in London, England.

Amy is notoriously known for her fearless comedy chops, but when it comes to her red carpet looks, she’s constantly fading in the background.

I have nothing against the Erdem Spring 2017 dress itself. I really do adore this casual tea-length, the peek-a-boo side slits, tie straps and the pockets — but it does nothing for Schumer. Sure it’s laid back and cool, but it just hangs on her.

Erdem Salome Ottoman dress
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Ophelia Lovibond In Vivetta – ‘Tommy’s Honour’ New York Screening

Continuing her love for bold colour, Ophelia Lovibond was back on the red carpet in New York for the ‘Tommy’s Honour’ screening on Wednesday (April 12).

Victoriana styling seems to suit her sophisticated persona very well, so this look from Vivetta’s Spring 2017 collection couldn’t be more perfect.

Peppered with charming details, I guess the option to go sans neck-tie give the look modern update, however, I would’ve loved her to take on the runway styling to nip in the waist.

Jimmy Choo accessories and a dainty braided updo completed her look.

Vivetta ruffle bib midi dress

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Sienna Miller In Proenza Schouler – ‘The Lost City of Z’ New York Screening

Sienna Miller was at the New York screening of ‘The Lost City of Z’ on Tuesday (April 11).

We know how much the actress loves looks with ultra-feminine, bohemian appeal. But, with this Proenza Schouler ensemble, she showed a slightly different side of that laid-back charm.

Most of the bolder spirit was tied up in the strong colour palette, given the fiery orange shade that was echoed in her lip not to mention her sculptural black statement earrings.

A sense of whimsicality was accounted for, too, in the flowing plisse skirt and its colourfully quirky print. I love how the black top had some personality, too, in the asymmetric, cutout shoulder detail.

Did you like this more dramatic outing from our boho girl, Sienna?

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Gemma Arterton In Altuzarra – ‘Their Finest’ Press Screening

Following a week of promotion, Gemma Arterton attended the press screening of ‘Their Finest’ at BFI Southbank in London this evening (April 12).

Opting to fall forward, the British beauty selected an Altuzarra Fall 2017 velvet suit.

I love how Joseph Altuzarra has blended a unique cut with a rich, saturated oxblood hue; detailing the ‘Cavendish’ jacket with contouring trims that enhance Gemma’s hourglass figure.

If I was to nitpick I wish the ‘Nettle’ cropped trousers had been a bit longer, but I’m too enamoured by this surprising and miltary-style outing to give it a second thought.

Jimmy Choo sandals rounded out the look.

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Claire Danes In Roland Mouret – ‘Homeland’ LA Screening

Claire Danes attended the ATAS Emmy screening of Showtime’s ‘Homeland’ on Monday (April 3) in LA.

The actress wore a Roland Mouret Spring 2017 dress which possess a broodingly romantic vibe; evoking images of a midnight stroll through an English country garden.

Some might not approve of the halter neckline on Claire, but I think she carries this look off with sophisticated ease.

Roland Mouret Marshall cady-paneled fil coupé organza midi dress
Monica Vinader Riva Kite earrings

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