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10.12.15

Audemars Piguet Rodeo Drive Opening Celebration

Audemars Piguet  Rodeo Drive Opening Celebration

Audemars Piguet celebrated the opening of Audemars Piguet Rodeo Drive on Wednesday (December 9) in Beverly Hills, California, with a host of gorgeous gals.

Alessandra Ambrosio: This might just be the first time I have put the words Alessandra Ambrosio and Alexandre Vauthier in the same sentance without adding cut-outs. The sexy supermodel opted for one of the French designer sleek peak lapel suits which would’ve been an amazing look had it not been for the lackluster styling.

Freida Pinto: The Indian actress didn’t put a foot wrong with her chic all black Cushnie Et Ochs Resort 2016 look which featured Charlotte Olympia platform sandals.

Olivia Palermo: Despite the mix comments, I personally adored Gigi Hadid’s Self-Portrait dress and her styling, so I was hugely disappointed that when Olivia wore the same look. I would’ve expected her to wow me with her accessorizing of this look, but she wasn’t even close to being on par with Gigi.

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Alessandra Ambrosio In Fausto Puglisi – Extra

Alessandra Ambrosio In Fausto Puglisi - Extra

While most were recovering from a food coma this Thanksgiving Day weekend, Alessandra Ambrosio was flashing the her abs while making a guest appearance on ‘Extra’ in Universal City, California on Monday (November 30).

I was almost tempted to say that this isn’t her usual style – because it’s not sheer, covered in cut-outs or possess a Zuhair Murad or Alexandre Vauthier label – but revealing a lot of skin does qualify as Alessandra’s number one style trait.

On this occasion she wore a Fausto Puglisi Resort 2016 studded two piece look which was mildly tamed with the black blazer and styled with Gisueppe Zanotti sandals.

I have to say I don’t hate the look, but it does feel too much for daytime TV.

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11.11.15

2015 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show After Party

2015 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show After Party

Following their strenuous two-show shift, the models of the 2015 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show headed to TAO Downtown for the after-party on Tuesday (November 10) in New York City.

Kendall Jenner: It’s rare to see Kendall smiling, but she had a lot to be happy about as this was her first show for the lingerie brand. The model swept the runway wearing a sheer Versace green gown with cut-out details and a thigh-high slit; naturally, which didn’t follow the black or white dress code worn by most of the models. The look was styled with Jimmy Choo ‘Lance’ sandals.

Maria Borges: The beautiful model was also in great spirits wearing a floral print Gabriela Cadena Spring 2016 strapless dress with ruffle sleeves. A dress as short as this could’ve come off as tacky, but the print keeps the look fresh and vibrant, plus who wouldn’t be charmed by that gorgeous smile?

Gigi Hadid: While her cut-out look appears to be a dress, it’s actually comprised of a House of CB ‘Malla’ bodysuit and Sally LaPointe Fall 2015 double slit skirt. She is showing a lot of skin, but for a VS after party look some would consider this tame. Tamara Mellon ‘Glow’ patent sandals provided the finishing touch.

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30.10.15

amfAR’s Inspiration Gala Los Angeles Red Carpet Roundup

amfAR’s Inspiration Gala Los Angeles Red Carpet Roundup

Here is a roundup from the amfAR’s Inspiration Gala Los Angeles held at Milk Studios on Thursday (October 29) in Hollywood, California.

Chloe Sevigny: The hippie vibe of this Gucci Spring 2016 polka dot dress was the perfect fit for Chloe’s style. Gucci glitter pink sandals and a Gucci burgundy plexi clutch completed her look.

Sarah Hyland: The actress dazzled not only because of her Jenny Packham blush-pink gown, but also thanks to her Lorraine Schwartz jewels. I’m not always the biggest fan of dark lips with a light-hued gown, but Sarah is selling the look from head-to-toe here.

Emma Roberts: A painterly floral print enriches the classic silhouette of Emma’s Alexander McQueen Resort 2016 frock. While some might find the Kotur feathered clutch overkill, I think adds a spark of personality.

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27.10.15

2015 InStyle Awards Red Carpet Roundup

2015 InStyle Awards Red Carpet Roundup

Many more beauties (and one token lad) joined the mix at the 2015 InStyle Awards, held at the Getty Center in Los Angeles, California on Monday (October 26).

Miranda Kerr: Unfortunately, the flirty spirit of the supermodel’s Ulyana Sergeenko mermaid-inspired design was compromised by the unusual bodice and faux cutouts with white seam lines that turned the top half into something of an ice-skating costume. Jimmy Choo metallic sandals and a fun topknot rounded out the look.

Michelle Williams
: Channeling her inner rocker girl, Michelle donned an edgy Louis Vuitton ensemble that brought leather, laces studs, and embellishment to the party. Rather than opt for a black sandal, she kept the tough-chic theme going strong with her shoe-boots, messy hair and kohl-rimmed eye makeup. It may have been a bit much, but it all certainly translated more effectively than Selena Gomez’s Louis Vuitton effort.

Alessandra Ambrosio
: While Alessandra’s skin-baring side cutouts were real instead of illusion-lined, this Alexandre Vauthier Couture white plunge gown was just more of the same from the supermodel who never met a cutout she didn’t like. A Lee Savage clutch completed her typically sexy look.

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Alessandra Ambrosio In Dsquared² – amfAR Milano 2015

Alessandra Ambrosio In Dsquared² - amfAR Milano 2015

Alessandra Ambrosio was also among the supermodel set that included Naomi Campbell and Heidi Klum at amfAR Milano 2015 held at La Permanente in Milan, Italy on Saturday (September 26).

Strutting out a Dsquared² Spring 2016 flashy neon design, the Brazilian beauty stripped the dress down to its sexy solo frame removing the runway’s more quirky style message.

Instead, she accessorized in the language of Bulgari jewels and strappy metallic sandals paired with an exaggerated winged eye and a lively high ponytail for a sense of playfulness.

I’m sure I won’t be the only one who strongly sensed the Balmain undercurrent in this bold-shouldered, structured and chain-embroidered mini dress.

At this point, though, I was rather pleasantly surprised to see that her style offering on Saturday evening was not (a) black or (b) sheer lace.

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