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Bella Heathcote lived up to her name, as she cut a pretty profile when she walked the red carpet at the Met Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Like ‘Vogue’ editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, the young starlet wore a frock from Chanel’s Spring 2013 Couture runway.

Devoid of spikes and studs, this black-and-white lace dress is not the most punk-rock moment we’ve seen tonight. But the razor-sharp cut of the shoulders added a certain amount of edge.

The Australian actress accessorized with a Chanel black clutch and sparkle from Chanel Fine Jewelry, along with Jimmy Choo ‘Kendall’ sandals. However, I wish she had exchanged her standard, metallic peep-toes for another more adventurous pair—even the lace bootie seen on the runway would have added some funkiness here.

She left the teased and tortured hair for others to flaunt, finishing her prim moment with a polished, side-parted low updo and a light pink lippie.

What do you think? Did Bella deliver too much prettiness or just the right amount of punk?

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Bella Heathcote In Chanel Couture - 2013 Vanity Fair PartyBella Heathcote took Chanel out for a second spin in as many days, as she attended the 2013 Vanity Fair Party, hosted at West Hollywood’s Sunset Tower last night.

After her first floral dress, the Australian actress plucked another nature-inspired cocktail frock, this time from Chanel’s Spring 2013 Couture collection. She took all the sweet elements from the runway and left off the more sinister details seen on the model.

That means the whimsical butterfly brooch stayed put. But she skipped the silver space-age gloves and high boots, the gothic organza eyelashes and that feathered topper.

Instead, she added some delightful sparkle with a metallic clutch, Jimmy Choo ‘Tease’ sandals and Chanel fine jewels.

The off-the-shoulder cape collar and A-line silhouette was charming in this demure, vintage-inspired dress.

Bella’s feminine rose-toned makeup and her old Hollywood updo with a side-swept bang completed the retro vibe.

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Bella Heathcote showed her designer support at the Chanel Pre-Oscar Dinner in Los Angeles on Saturday.

The Australian actress wore a chiffon and quilted dress from Chanel Spring 2013.

The lavender, chartreuse, and blue floral appliques gave a jolt of springtime elegance that didn’t quite translate from the runway to the red carpet. The dress is beautiful, but the softness of the silhouette didn’t flatter Bella’s figure. I much prefer her in structured lines, like this fresh floral look.

Bella did perfectly accessorize the style by toughening up the girly dress with black and transparent Jimmy Choo ‘Freya’ sandals and a matching black clutch.

To complete her look, Bella sported glossy locks styled in soft waves and rosy makeup.

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Bella Heathcote joined Miranda Kerr on the red carpet at the Qantas Spirit of Australia Party on Wednesday in Beverly Hills, California.

The Australian beauty wore a red Moschino shift dress with ruffled draping across the front. She accessorized with bold black gladiator-style heels and an orange clutch.

Her shoes were the perfect choice to add an edge to the dress, but I can’t say I love the colour of the clutch with this dress.

The colours are too similar for it to stand out. Instead, it ends up looking slightly mismatched.

She kept her hair simple and swingy with easy waves and wore a berry-glossed lip.

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It was a busy day for Bella Heathcote as she also attended the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style honouring Bulgari and Mr. Nicola Bulgari.

The Australian wore a commercial look from the Mary Katrantzou Spring 2012 collection.

Her simple cap-sleeve sheath dress features a beautiful stamp print, which was one of the themes of the collection.

After tying her hair back for the Hollywood Reporters luncheon, she sported glossy waves on this occasion.

Black pumps, which disappear into the carpet, a white Patrick Shannon ‘Priscilla’ quilted spike clutch and Bulgari jewels completed her look.

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Bella Heathcote was also among the bright young things honoured at The Hollywood Reporter’s ‘Power 100: Women in Entertainment’ breakfast held at the Beverly Hills Hotel on Wednesday morning.

The Australian actress Bella picked a botany-print dress with three-quarter sleeves from Andrew Gn’s Resort 2013 collection.

There’s something fresh—even fragrant—about this Beatrix Potter-esque fabric which we love.

Bella’s makeup-free face and unadorned apricot ‘Elba’ heels from Rupert Sanderson underscore the youthful ease of this look, as do her barely-there gold Cuyana earrings.

But the clearest indication that Bella’s on the right track is the chain-strap Valentino ‘Rockstud Lock’ bag tossed over her shoulder.

Are you missing the belt from this look?

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On Monday evening, Bella Heathcote attended a screening of her latest movie, ‘Killing Them Softly’ in New York City.

The Australian actress wore a dress by the British Fashion Council’s ‘Red Carpet’ designer of the year, Roksanda Ilincic.

Her burgundy wool draped dress with a black trim was styled with a silver Kotur clutch, Ari jewels, J/Hadley green-and-pink sapphire oval drop earrings and a lust-worthy pair of plum Christian Louboutin ‘Indie’ pumps with gold trims and cut-out detailing.

Those of you who have disliked her bangs will be happy to see her sporting a side-parted look.

The dress is season and event appropriate, while the styling is simply impeccable.

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