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Doutzen Kroes In Azzedine Alaïa – Save The Elephants Dinner

Doutzen Kroes co-hosted the Save the Elephants dinner on Monday (June 12) in London, where Ruth Wilson and Cara Delevingne were also in attendance.

Her Azzedine Alaïa Spring 2017 gown could be said to be quite solemn, but she wore it with such sleek, streamlined precision that there was beauty in its subtlety.

Showing that the night’s focus was not on the fashion but on the animal kingdom’s gentle giants, she finished the dress with a Tiffany & Co. elephant brooch which took centre stage in her look.

Credit: Vogue.com & Getty

26.05.17

2017 amfAR Gala Cannes Model Roundup

The models were out in force for the amfAR Gala Cannes on Thursday (May 25) during the Cannes Film Festival.

Elsa Hosk: Striking a pose with a distinct pink, pinup mood, this Ermanno Scervino Fall 2017 gown had all the hallmarks of boudoir dressing with the exposed corset and sheer lace—distracting black heels notwithstanding.

Bianca Balti: What’s this? A model not baring it all? Bianca went for a more conservative stance in a Dolce & Gabbana black gown that oozed of old Hollywood glamour when styled with finger waves, statement jewels, and Gianvito Rossi shoes.

Joan Smalls: Between the length, the ubiquitous slit, and the collar-style neck piece, I wasn’t quite sure what to make of this Elie Saab Spring 2017 Couture dress paired with Giuseppe Zanotti sandals and gigantic hoop earrings. Hip-hop, tribal glam?

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24.05.17 Premiere

Neelam Gill, Doutzen Kroes, Lara Stone, Irina Shayk & Maria Borges In Balmain – ‘The Beguiled’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

The Balmain army dominated the red carpet at ‘The Beguiled’ Cannes Film Festival premiere this evening (May 23).

Juliette Binoche served up a very different look for the French brand earlier in the week, but Neelam Gill, Doutzen Kroes, Lara Stone, Irina Shayk and Maria Borges were all wearing quintessential Balmain custom looks which represent the brand to a tee; afterall Balmain and body-conscious go hand in hand.

Aswash with sequins or festooned with feathers, whether this is your kind of glamour or not, there’s no denying that each lady looks radiant here.

I’m usually a sucker for a sequin, but I am very drawn to feather gowns, especially Lara’s.

Credit: Getty

02.05.17

Models @ The 2017 Met Gala

The models had their moment at the 2017 Met Gala on Monday (May 1) in New York City. Here, a look at how they made the night’s blue carpet their catwalk.

Bella Hadid: We’ve heard of the naked dress, but Bella had the naked jumpsuit of the evening in this sheer mesh Alexander Wang number that left precious little to the imagination.

Gigi Hadid: Her sister may have opted for the naked look, but Gigi just went plain nude in this sweeping Tommy Hilfiger gown—her version of a princess dress—that combined architectural tailoring with romantic femininity. To add an edge, Wolford fishnets did the trick for her leg jut that was likewise accessorised by Christian Louboutin heels.

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Tiffany & Co. 2017 Blue Book Collection Gala Red Carpet Roundup

Joining Ruth Negga and Haley Bennett were a number of other eclectically outfitted stars at the Tiffany & Co. 2017 Blue Book Collection Gala on Friday (April 21) in New York City that had me questioning exactly what the dress code requested.

Doutzen Kroes: The model hid her beautiful form in a Céline Resort 2017 ensemble that boasted of quite clownish proportions. I’m afraid I cannot hop aboard the oversize look here that just translates as messy, especially with Doutzen’s barely-there beauty and afterthought hair.

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Harper’s Bazaar 150th Anniversary Celebration

Harper’s Bazaar hosted its 150th Anniversary Party, presented with Tiffany & Co., on Wednesday (April 19) in New York City, where a number of the magazine’s favourite faces came out to celebrate.

Iman: I love how the supermodel’s Brandon Maxwell Spring 2017 jumpsuit was enhanced by a satin-accented, floor-sweeping train for extra drama on this special night. Plus, the olive colourway was stunning on her.

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