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25.01.18

Front Row @ Valentino Spring 2018 Couture

The Valentino Spring 2018 Couture show was on Wednesday (January 24) during Paris Fashion Week, with a front row featuring plenty of Valentino beauties.

Kate Hudson: The actress has been serving up some sweet looks lately, and this Valentino Pre-Fall 2018 frock stay right in line with that girly vibe by virtue of its short length styled with dotted tights and platform shoes. Yet, her sleek hair and elegant earrings reflected the sophistication of the sculpted bodice, preventing the look from becoming too twee.

Shailene Woodley: While this Valentino Pre-Fall 2018 flared mini was certainly on the short side, I loved seeing Shailene have some flirty, youthful fun with fashion. The boots were the right way to wrap up this leopard-print dress—and even though they hit at mid-ankle, her legs still looked a mile long.

Lake Bell: Red was Lake’s colour du jour in this Valentino Spring 2018 number, where she fully committed to the hue from head to toe. It was undoubtedly striking despite its inherent quirkiness—and my wish that the poncho-style dress had a bit more shape.

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05.07.17

Front Row @ Elie Saab Fall 2017 Couture

The Elie Saab Fall 2017 Couture show was held on Wednesday (July 5) during Paris Fashion Week. Here, a glance at a few of the looks on the front row.

Nieves Alvarez: You may anticipate glittering embellishment and wispy chiffon with an Elie Saab look, but Nieves turned that notion on its head in this Elie Saab Spring 2017 jumpsuit styled with Giuseppe Zanotti sandals and a Bvlgari bag and jewels. Naturally, Nieves rocked this star power jumpsuit, and I love how sleekly fitted it was—not to mention its retro yet relevant influence in that flared leg.

Olivia Palermo: While Olivia did introduce some embellishment to her look, she moderated the effect of her bedazzled and feathered coat by contradictorily pairing it with ripped, cropped denim. The fringed, decorative mules tied the look together by echoing the statement jacket.

Clotilde Courau: With a more traditionally pretty Elie Saab look, Clotilde wore one of the designer’s gowns with this sheer number that was whimsically enlivened with luminescent, embroidered hearts throughout.

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21.05.17 Premiere

‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere Red Carpet Roundup

The premiere of ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ on Sunday (May 21) brought a number of other stars to the Cannes Film Festival red carpet.

Clotilde Courau: Clotilde brought a gilded touch to the proceedings with her embroidered Georges Hobeika gown. Just don’t look too closely at the nude illusion components that provided a slightly distracting tint to the majestic gold filigree look.

Barbara Meier: Electric blue will always be one of my favourite colours, especially with the fiery red locks of Barbara’s. So, I’m not sure why I wasn’t completely in awe of this Alexis Mabille Couture look. I blame the stiff, structured silhouette of the off-the-shoulder bodice that seemed a bit awkward.

Laetitia Casta: The slashed-to-there look comes back yet again in this Saint Laurent Fall 2017 gown, and in case you had any chance of missing the thigh-high slit, this one’s embellished in crystals. It’s nothing revolutionary for Cannes, but a sleek bun would have been in order to better highlight her gorgeous earrings.

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Clotilde Courau In Elie Saab Couture – ‘Ismael’s Ghosts’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Clotilde Courau was one of the first to hit the red carpet for the ‘Ismael’s Ghosts (Les Fantomes d’Ismael)’ premiere and opening ceremony for the 2017 Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday (May 17) wearing Elie Saab Spring 2017 Couture with Chopard High Jewellery Collection pieces.

Honestly, at this point I’m feeling kinda numb to this look.

Yes, it’s pretty but the words “deja vu” and “it’s been done” immediately sprang to mind.

I’m hoping for something a bit more from Cannes this year.

Thoughts?

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Clotilde Courau In Stéphane Rolland Couture – ‘Django’ Berlin Film Festival Premiere

Clotilde Courau joined Toni Garrn on the red carpet for the 67th Berlinale International Film Festival opening night premiere for ‘Django’ on Thursday (February 9) in Berlin, Germany.

The French actress opted to take a rare dark, moodier turn in Stephane Rolland Couture.

The look was full of mystery and intrigue all while possessing a regal air.

Do you love the simple styling of the look, or were you craving for something more?

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