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04.10.17

Miu Miu Spring 2018 After Party

After the Miu Miu Spring 2018 show, more Miu Miu-clad starlets showed up for the after party on Tuesday (October 3) in Paris.

Emily Ratajkowski: While she wore a more reserved, covered-up look to the show, Emily returned to her standard skin-baring M.O. with this embellished mini.

Adwoa Aboah: After Adwoa’s colourful ensemble earlier in the week, I found myself missing that rush of vibrancy in this all-white ensemble. It also seemed a bit too mature and mumsy for the young model.

Naomie Harris: I loved Naomie’s look at the show, and she continued to have some fun with this playfully embroidered black dress and booties. The artsy, abstract motifs were all the whimsy that the frock needed.

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02.10.17

Irving Penn Exhibition Private Viewing Hosted by Vogue

A private viewing, hosted by Vogue, for the Irving Penn exhibition at the Grand Palais was held on Sunday (October 1) during Paris Fashion Week.

Adwoa Aboah: Taking a break from walking the runways at Paris Fashion Week, Adwoa posed in a Richard Quinn Spring 2018 look that offered an invigorating, happy mix of ditzy florals. You would think with so many bold, competing prints that this would translate as disjointed. But, on the contrary, I loved this look on Adwoa, and I also credit its success to her minimal approach to the styling, with a black sandal and red pout all she needed. Flower power, indeed.

Kylie Minogue: I think it’s safe to say that Kylie put this Alice McCall ‘More Than A Woman’ fringe gown to work for her—as it was made to be spun around. As fun as it was, I was a bit tassel fatigued and the muted, mauve-pink colour wasn’t my favourite for the vibrancy of the entertainer, but she attempted to bring a splash of vividness via her lipstick.

Dita von Teese: With a look that riffed on the field-of-poppies print from the Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2017 Couture collection, Dita maximized proportions with this look. I have mixed feelings on the balloon sleeves, as they might be lumped into a costume-y circus category. But, the colours were striking in contrast to the black pencil skirt.

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06.09.17

2017 GQ Men of The Year Awards Red Carpet Roundup

Many more femmes took to the GQ Men of The Year Awards red carpet to celebrate the fellas on Tuesday (September 5) in London.

Jourdan Dunn: I love how the flash of red brought an eye-catching finesse to the supermodel’s Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2013 Couture sculpted gown that celebrated sumptuous velvet, as we transition into fall-facing looks.

Winnie Harlow: While Winne wore her Julien Macdonald Fall 2017 chainmail-esque harness gown with model prowess, it still seems to be something we’ve seen before. Sheer? Check. Slit to there? Check. The sultry glamour in her long waves and matte red lip also contributed to the overtly sexy vibe.

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05.07.17

Vogue Paris Foundation Dinner Red Carpet Roundup

A collection of models likewise turned out for the Vogue Paris Foundation dinner on Tuesday (July 4).

Lily Aldridge: At the height of classic elegance—with a notion of plunging sultriness—this Ralph Lauren white blazer and black trousers showed the sexy side of menswear-inspired tailoring.

Kendall Jenner: Donning a Mugler mini, this look had all the hallmarks of the designer with its strong, pointed shoulder, body-skimming silhouette, and leggy M.O. But, on Kendall, it maintained a fresh edge with her gorgeous gemstone earrings and sleek high bun.

Karolina Kurkova: The complexity of this wolf-printed Balmain cold-shoulder dress and its collection of fringe, embellishment and exaggerated sleeves, was no match for Karolina’s style prowess as she wore it with ease. But, there will be no denying that it would have been so much more well-suited for a fall engagement—especially with the suede legging boots.

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29.06.17

The Serpentine Galleries Summer Party

Rita Ora, Ellie Bamber and Stacy Martin weren’t the only ones at The Serpentine Galleries Summer Party in London on Wednesday (June 28). Here, a look at the other stars in attendance.

Gala Gordon: This whimsical white Chanel Fall 2016 frock wasn’t too innocent, as the edgy, black accents imbued the look with just enough rebel spirit. The dress could have used a less distracting bra.

Charli XCX: Also going the way of white, the entertainer was entirely lovely in a Stella McCartney Fall 2017 top and lace skirt that I was head over heels for. Structured, chic, and sweet—and not over-styled.

Adwoa Aboah: While this Chanel pastel-beaded, sheer gown may have appeared to have all the qualities of standard prettiness, she added a layer of quirk appeal to its romantic side with the furry Chanel purse and white athletic shoes. Say what you will about the unexpected sneakers, but it was the necklace that I found so unnecessary with the already robust embellishment.

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Adwoa Aboah In Gucci – ‘Ghost In The Shell’ Paris Premiere

Better known for strutting down the runway for the likes of Chanel, Erdem and Marc Jacobs; Adwoa Aboah is the latest model to add actress to her resume.

The Ghanaian, English and American star showcased her quirky style donning an Gucci Spring 2017 ’70s-style pastel yellow jacquard suit, which delivers empowered tailoring with the solid black trims grounding the look.

Some might think her Itchy Scratchy Patchy ‘Respect’ embroidered beret takes this look down a comical route, however, I feel it enhances it as she clearly wanted to make this look her own.

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