21.11.17 Screening

Allison Williams In Schiaparelli Couture – ‘Get Out’ LA Screening

Allison Williams was at the SAG-AFTRA Foundations conversations and LA screening for her latest film, ‘Get Out’, on Friday (November 17) in West Hollywood, California.

I was immediately drawn to her Schiaparelli Couture strapless pleated dress for the artsy, multi-coloured patterns of its silk crêpe. This could have been the canvas of a painting in a museum’s modern collection.

Even more whimsical was the eye embroidery, which was a nod to the label’s surrealistic motifs.

Could she have had more fun in the footwear department with a brighter sandal? Sure. But, instead, she kept the focus straight-away on the dress itself.

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Allison Williams In Brandon Maxwell – 9th Annual Governors Awards

Allison Williams brought a rush of drama to the red carpet at the the 9th Annual Governors Awards on Saturday (November 11) in Hollywood.

So dramatic, though, was the sweeping ball skirt of her Brandon Maxwell Fall 2017 gown that I would argue it needed little bolstering from additional accessories.

Not that her sparkling Neil Lane diamond jewels didn’t raise the glamour quotient even more, with Paul Andrew lace pumps to finish out the look.

I just think that a more minimal, less heavy-handed styling approach—in hair and makeup, too—would have translated a bit more effortlessly and youthfully.

What about you?

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Allison Williams In Diane von Furstenberg – iMentor Champions Dinner

At the iMentor Champions Dinner on Monday (October 23) in New York City, Allison Williams presented Diane von Furstenberg with the 2017 Master Mentor Award.

As such, the actress naturally paid homage to the designer in her Diane von Furstenberg mock-neck midi dress.

Simple in style, the knit design made an impact with its red, colour-block addition for a subtly sophisticated effect.

Diane von Furstenberg Mockneck Knit Midi Dress

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Allison Williams In Oscar de la Renta – SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations ‘Get Out’

There’s something intrinsically charming about Allison Williams’ style.

Maybe that’s because she’s not afraid to play to her strengths and go against trends such as sheer dresses.

On Wednesday (October 11), while attending the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversations for ‘Get Out’, she was giving us uptown New Yorker in a dainty dress from Oscar de la Renta – champion the fit-and-flare construction.

While a dose of contemporary is achieved through an abstract print, the style is instantly classic, with the styling kept in the same manner thanks to her black Jimmy Choo ‘Lucy’ pumps and Nikos Koulis jewels.

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Allison Williams In Hellessy – ‘Anatomy of a Scene: Get Out’ Hamptons International Film Festival Screening

Allison Williams made her return to the red carpet for the screening of ‘Anatomy of a Scene: Get Out’ during the Hamptons International Film Festival on Sunday (October 8).

I’d venture to say this Hellessy Resort 2018 dress had a certain Hamptons relaxed-chic vibe, so I can understand the selection of it for the screening.

I like the addition of the contrasting sash belt here to further break up the horizontal motif of the frock, which was imbued with additional femininity in the statement sleeves.

Coincidence or not, she fully coordinated with her surroundings and the step-and-repeat behind her.

So, I found myself wishing for a different shoe rather than the Jimmy Choo ‘Romy’ red pumps that blended into ground. A sandal or the ballet-pink pumps from the lookbook would have been preferred.

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Who Wore Galia Lahav Better? Allison Williams or Stephanie Sigman?

When it comes to this Galia Lahav Fall 2017 dress my vote for who wore it best doesn’t come down to my preference for Allison Williams’ tri-colour version, it’s more about the styling.

Credit to Stephanie Sigman for opting to do more with this look for the CBS Television Studios’ Summer Soiree, but Allison’s decision to let the dress do all the talking at the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards works better for me.

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