Celebrities at the Wimbledon Championships

The Wimbledon Championships saw another round of pretties out to watch the finale action on Sunday (July 16) in London.

Rosamund Pike: I can totally see this Erdem floral-printed frock in a shorter version. As presented with the ruffle sleeves, flared long skirt, and embellished lavender shoes, the look presented as rather heavy and overwrought.

Emilia Clarke: There was much that was darling about this Dolce & Gabbana floral dress and accent bow, but there also much that was very fall about it. When styled with Mary Janes, it felt especially better suited for the forthcoming season. The sleeves also seemed a bit long.

Vanessa Kirby: I loved Vanessa’s Tory Burch dress for its inherent fresh, summery vibe, but also because the sweater top and box-pleat skirt had a chic tennis-uniform-inspired spirit. I do wish she had opted for another colour of sandal—I would have taken a complementary red, navy, or ivory over the nude pair.

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Christian Dior Spring 2016 Front Row

Christian Dior Spring 2016 Front Row

The Christian Dior Spring 2016 front row featured no shortage of Dior darlings who were taking in the looks that were presented during Paris Fashion Week on Friday (October 3) in Paris, France.

Elizabeth Olsen: Chic for days, the ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ actress was the very representation of androgynous allure in a Dior Haute Couture black cashmere jacket with black wool pants paired with a Dior clutch and Dior heels. Although the sleeves could be deemed a bit on the long side, the oversized shawl collar and the monochromatic power of this minimalist moment—not to mention the breezily undone look of her blonde locks—won me over.

Emilia Clarke
: Also balancing the masculine-feminine line, the ‘Game of Thrones’ stunned in a Dior black silk and wool cadi dress that had the makings of a tailored blazer. What could have been a rather nondescript dress Emila took to the next level with the welcome punch of Dior navy and pink heels and that just-bitten, berry-stained lip.

Leelee Sobieski: Straying away from the black trend, Leelee channeled the lighter side in a Dior Haute Couture hand-painted, pastel cotton dress with a Dior Haute Couture necklace and shoes. Ironically, the effect was still rather heavy given the strict, monastic-like silhouette. Yet, she wore it with a sense of drama that certainly brought its own measure of captivating intrigue.

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Erdem Flagship Store Opening

Erdem Flagship Store Party

The Erdem flagship store opening brought brand-favouring beauties, including Emilia Clarke and Laura Carmichael, to the celebration on Wednesday (September 9) in London, England.

Emilia Clarke: After attending the GQ Men of the Year Awards the day before, the actress again wore a pretty enough dress, but one that still left something to be desired. The craftsmanship of this Erdem Resort 2016 design, featuring dimensional floral embroidery, was lovely. But what should have been youthfully fanciful instead seemed rather mature with her aging updo. She finished the look with a Jimmy Choo ‘Cloud’ clutch.

Laura Carmichael: With the designer’s signature floral motif repeated here, this Erdem Resort 2016 dress recalled an undercurrent of several eras with the dropped waist detailing and the Victorian-style high collar. I preferred this look to Emilia’s as it translated as more modern and fresh despite its retro references.

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Emilia Clarke In Oscar de la Renta – 2015 GQ Men Of The Year Awards

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Emilia Clarke attended the GQ Men Of The Year Awards held at The Royal Opera House on Tuesday (September 8) in London, England.

The ‘Game of Thrones’ actress wore an Oscar de la Renta Resort 2016 embellished mini dress.

While the dress is both pretty and playful, I didn’t find particularly flattering on Emilia.

Perhaps she should’ve kept the belt, but nothing from the neck down is working for me here.


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Emilia Clarke In Christian Dior – ‘Terminator Genisys’ Tokyo Premiere

Emilia Clarke In Christian Dior - 'Terminator Genisys' Tokyo Premiere

Emilia Clarke attended the ‘Terminator Genisys’ Tokyo premiere, which was held at the Roppongi Hills Arena in Tokyo, Japan on Monday (July 6).

Again straying away from her prior black or white formula, the actress returned to red in a Christian Dior dress styled with silver Dior sandals and Dior Fine Jewelry.

Those wishing for another long gown will be disappointed, but this cocktail frock possessed a bit more drama than seen at first glance in its voluminous skirt and vintage-inspired back bustle.

Perhaps counteracting the more classic glamour of the look, she wore a mod side ’do along with a magenta-red lip.

Did you like this entrance from Emilia?

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Emilia Clarke In Ulyana Sergeenko Couture – ‘Terminator Genisys’ Seoul Premiere

Emilia Clarke In Ulyana Sergeenko Couture -  ‘Terminator Genisys’  Seoul Premiere

Following the press conference, Emilia Clarke attended the Seoul premiere of ‘Terminator Genisys’ at the Lotte World Tower Mall this evening (July 2) in South Korea.

The actress wore a Ulyana Sergeenko Fall 2014 Couture gown which had me at odds.

Positives: I love that she opted for yet another big gown. A princess gown will always going to go down well during a big budget promo tour.

Negatives: I hate the colour and the bodice.

Call me hypocritical – as I have been bemoaning the lack of colourful options during this promo tour – but the shades of yellow are simply awful. I don’t find the colour flattering at all.

The molded bustier may be signature of the Russian designer, but they never seem to translate well on the red carpet for me. This being exhibit B, as Rose McGowan’s WHCD gown was exhibit A.

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