Front Row @ Gucci Fall 2018

Milan Fashion Week is in full swing, with the Gucci Fall 2018 show held on Wednesday (February 21) and style darlings in attendance.

Rowan Blanchard: Not only did the lime-green hue of this jumpsuit draw me in, so too did the retro-modern influences that Rowan flaunted so flawlessly. I love the spark of the contrasting magenta-pink handbag for a girlish finish to echo her beauty look.

Chloe Sevigny: There was a distinct throwback vibe in this jumpsuit ensemble, too, that played with volume in the pouf sleeves and pants. I do think the cross-body bag was a bit of a distracting interference.

Miriam Leone: The more interesting element of this ensemble was the back, with the Bob Mackie reference and embellished gown’s deconstructed bow. Yet, the fit and execution still left something to be desired.

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Chloe Sevigny In Simone Rocha – Sundance Film Festival

Chloe Sevigny has also been making the rounds at the Sundance Film Festival with appearances at three different events in three different Simone Rocha Spring 2018 looks.

An Artist at the Table Event: Chloe kicked off her Sundance weekend on Thursday (January 18) with something of a patchwork, mixed print look. I didn’t love the slightly muddled, baggy mood that the embellished dress was giving off, and the styling did nothing to help what became a mumsy silhouette—especially those clunky shoes. I would save the Louis Vuitton handbag, though.

DIRECTV Lodge: Channeling her inner Princess Leia hairstyle on Friday (January 19), the actress took a relaxed-casual approach that saw her back on form with this cool-girl offering. I love how the ruffles brought a fun, feminine twist to this retro-tweed, cropped jacket paired with cutoff denim and the same LV bag to finish the ensemble with polished finesse.

‘Lizzie’ Premiere: Later on Friday, Chloe paired her side buns with another embellished frock. This one was more successful, though, in that she brought her own personally rebellious side to the look, switching the lining to black and adding edgy combat boots to, well, combat the more girlish aspects of its flowers and ruffles. Adwoa Aboah wore the same dress, but styled in the manner of its original runway presentation.

Which was your favourite?

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Chloe Sevigny In Rodarte – Downtown Race Riot Opening Night

Chloe Sevigny was at the opening night of the new play, ‘Downtown Race Riot,’ on Sunday (December 3) in New York City.

Never one to shy away from pushing the envelope on style, she donned what can only be described as a highly decorative Rodarte Spring 2018 ensemble.

I was getting a certain flamenco vibe in the ruffled cropped top mixed with a gaucho-influenced, modern femininity in the pants.

But, with her incredibly substantial gold earrings echoing the golden bow at her waist, not to mention her sleek bun and crimson lip, Chloe pulled off the theatrics of the look perfectly.

Would you agree?

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‘Cabiria, Charity, Chastity’ New York Premiere

Kenzo’s creative directors Humberto Leon and Carol Lim hosted the ‘Cabiria, Charity, Chastity’ premiere in New York City on Wednesday (September 13), alongside Natasha Lyonne.

Chloe Sevigny: The actress wore a Kenzo Spring 2018 crinkled satin dress styled with white go-go boots which suited the ’60s vibe she was going for within this look.

Natasha Lyonne: As the host of the event, the ‘OITNB’ actress was naturally in head-to-toe Kenzo. I can’t say I’m a fan of this look. The oversized blazer is impeccably cut, but on the actress – along with the styling – overwhelms her petite frame. Less would’ve been more in this case.

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Chloe Sevigny In Vivienne Westwood – ‘Lean On Pete’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Chloe Sevigny graced the red carpet for the Toronto Film Festival premiere of ‘Lean On Pete’ on Monday (September 11).

Seeing the title, I’m sure you thought this would be another signature Vivienne Westwood look, but Fall 2017 dress by Andreas Kronthaler gave us a break from the norm.

Admittedly there is a lot going on with so many textures, prints, fabrics and asymmetrical cuts and drapes, but Chloe appeared to be up for the challenge.

In fact not only was she up for the challenged, she opted to smash the pattern-play bar, by adding a blue tartan Vivienne Westwood bag into the mix.

Keeping her Westwood platform black was probably the smart choice her.

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Miu Miu Women’s Tales Venice Film Festival Photocall

The ‘Miu Miu Women’s Tales’ photocall was held during the Venice Film Festival last week on Thursday (August 31), with a crush of starlets in attendance—all dressed in Miu Miu, naturally.

Rowan Blanchard: Perfectly colour-coordinated, Rowan had me at hello in this vibrant floral frock that was dazzling and darling with its delicious palette. I love how she echoed the embellished collar with her silver-accented pumps.

Kate Bosworth: Strewn with signature Miu Miu magpie-worthy embellishment, this feather-sleeve frock was right in line with Kate’s style especially with her tight topknot. I do think the dress might have been better served with a lighter shoe, as the black heels weighed it down a bit.

Chloe Sevingy: Chloe’s Miu Miu streak in Venice continued here, with this little blue mini that scintillated with crystallized accents. She styled the look with another pair of kitten heels along with the drawstring bag, I love the fresh mood she’s been putting forth lately, with her coral lip adding a delightful finish.

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Chloe Sevigny In Miu Miu – ‘Lean On Pete’ Venice Film Festival Photocall & Premiere

Chloe Sevigny was having a Miu Miu moment today (September 1) during Venice Film Festival while promoting her new film, ‘Lean on Pete’.

Photocall: Orchestrating a charming summery impression, I love the retro inspired styling for her on-trend gingham Miu Miu romper. I’m not usually a fan of kitten heels, yet they work seamlessly with the nonchalant vibe of the look alongside a small, but perfectly formed, Miu Miu bucket bag featuring a medley of paisley, elephant and sphinx prints from the Spring 2012 collection.

Premiere: Her second Miu Miu frock appeared to take its cues from flamenco dresses. With its V-neck and delicate ruffles, it was ready for heeled sandals and a glamorous clutch. Sadly, not all the accessories worked on this occasion. The Miu Miu shoes are typically quirky so I can live with them, it’s the velvet black bag that throws me off. Had it been in green to complement the sequin apples, perhaps I would’ve been on board.

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