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Elizabeth Olsen In Christopher Kane - 2013 Elle Style Awards

The 2013 Elle Style Awards took place at the Savoy Hotel in London this evening, and it appears that someone didn’t get the memo.

We all know Elizabeth Olsen has style, just look at her Chanel Couture BAFTAs gown; so I’m flabbergasted by her choice this evening.

This Christopher Kane Pre-Fall 2013 ensemble is a Sundance Film Festival look at best.

While I don’t hate the look (in fact I actually quite love it) it’s the most event inappropriate look since JLo rocked Pucci at the BAFTA Brits To Watch event.

Blame this on jet-lag.

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Elizabeth Olsen in Chanel Couture - 2013 BAFTA Awards

Fashion risk-taker Elizabeth Olsen attended the 2013 BAFTA Awards, held at the Royal Opera House in London this evening.

The actress wore a black-and-white romantic Chanel Fall 2011 Couture gown with tiered ruffles.

The blooming print updated the gown’s classic silhouette with a dose of artistic flair that lent a sweet feminine appeal to Olsen’s swoon-worthy ensemble.

She smartly kept her accessories to minimum, opting only for a sleek black clutch, to keep all eyes on her dramatic gown.

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Written by Alexandra Phanor-Faury

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Prabal Gurung For Target Launch Event

Prabal Gurung hosted an event in New York City last night to celebrate his Prabal Gurung for Target Launch event.

Thankfully, the stars have aligned for me to be in New York City for the official launch of this collection which hits all Target stores and on Target.com on February 10.

Showing his romantic side, the Prabal Gurung for Target collection was inspired by a tender love story, offering women’s apparel and accessories including bags, minaudières, sandals, pumps, and jewelry suitable for all occasions, from the initial crush, to the first kiss, to everlasting love.

Prices range from $19.99 to $199.99 for apparel and $12.99 to $39.99 for accessories and shoes.

Rashida Jones: The actress wore a striking ruffled blue blouse with a black collar and placket, which will retail at $34.99, with black J Brand ‘Carey Zip Moto’ capri jeans and Alexander Wang ‘Liya’ ankle strap pumps.

Elizabeth Olsen: The actress revealed a short-sleeved blue-and-coral dress with a black bow-accented waistband, which will retail at just $39.99, under her black coat.

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Elizabeth Olsen attended a photocall for her latest movie ‘Liberal Arts’ on Sunday in London.

As we know, her sisters run a very successful high-end clothing line, but Elizabeth opted for high-street basics for her look.

A simple white Topshop blazer was teamed with a simpler black top and an ASOS high-waisted black leather pencil skirt.

Her black-and-white ensemble was accessorized with black open-toe sandals.

Even though her look is from Topshop and ASOS, you would be forgiven if you did think this was from The Row as they produce the same simple chic, everyday basics which feature in this look.

Topshop Fluid Longline BlazerTopshop US (petite), Topshop US (tall) and Topshop International (tall)
ASOS Leather Pencil SkirtASOS.com

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Elizabeth Olsen illustrated her ongoing love of horizontal stripes and flared skirts at the screen of her film ‘Liberal Arts’ in New York City on Monday.

The actress wore a grey, cream and pink leather dress from Christian Dior’s Resort 2013 collection.

This look is not a huge departure from the Antonio Berardi dress she wore last week, but the Dior creates a more pleasing silhouette and is an easier look to pull off in front of the papparazzi.

You may remember that Kerry Washington and Jessica Biel donned the original scoop-neck look book version of this dress earlier this year.

I’m liking this look on Elizabeth right down to her ankles. The hair are makeup are on on point, but the shoes are a mismatch in my book.

Joan Hornig earrings and a Melinda Maria and J/Hadley ring completed the look.

What do you think?

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