09.01.15 Screening

Felicity Jones In Louis Vuitton – ‘The Theory of Everything’ New York Screening

Felicity Jones In Louis Vuitton - 'The Theory of Everything' New York Screening

Felicity Jones attended MoMA’s Contenders Series screening of ‘The Theory Of Everything’ held at the Museum of Modern Art on Tuesday (January 6) in New York City.

It’s always a happy moment at RCFA HQ upon seeing the British actress wearing colour, and on this occasion my favourite colour: electric blue, selecting a Louis Vuitton sleeveless dress.

Beautifully fitted in the bodice and flared at the skirt, this piece transcends a fluid feminine silhouette.

Opting for tights again, the look is given a contemporary twist with patent-leather LV booties.

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Felicity Jones In Prabal Gurung – 2015 Film Comment Luncheon

Felicity Jones In Prabal Gurung - 2015 Film Comment Luncheon

Felicity Jones attended the 2015 Film Comment Luncheon held at The Lambs Club on Tuesday (January 6) in New York City.

The actress is the latest celeb to wear a look from the recently presented Pre-Fall 2015 collections, wearing an ivory top and black skirt with intricate threadwork and embroidered details from Prabal Gurung.

While I’m embracing this rare side step away from her usual classic lady-like style, I have to say that I much prefer the look-book styling.

The tights, while necessary, take a bit of the edge off the look for me.

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06.01.15 Menswear

Felicity Jones In Gucci & Eddie Redmayne In Kenzo – Talking Pictures: ‘Theory of Everything’

26th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Film - Talking Pictures: "Theory of Everything"

Director James Marsh, Felicity Jones and Eddie Redmayne attended the screening of ‘The Theory of Everything’ held at the Annenberg Auditorium on Saturday (January 3) in Palm Springs, California.

I just love how the actors are co-ordinated with their shades of green.

Felicity Jones: The actress opted for a summery mint-green hue Gucci dress with a delightfully feminine flared skirt. Fashionably chic, this piece offers a pleasurably fun undertone while making an adept statement. Silver pumps rounded out her look.

Eddie Redmayne: Even when he’s not decked out in a suit, the actor still looks sharp, donning an orange-hued sweater over a pistachio shirt paired with olive-green tweed trousers from Kenzo.

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Felicity Jones In Monique Lhuillier – 26th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala

Felicity Jones In Monique Lhuillier - 26th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala

Unlike Julianne Moore, Felicity Jones started 2015 as she left 2014, opting for a dark colour palette while attending the 26th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Awards Gala held at Palm Springs Convention Center on Saturday (January 3) in Palm Springs, California.

The ‘Theory of Everything’ actress wore a Monique Lhuillier navy-blue and black gown with lace detail from the Pre-Fall 2015 collection styled with a navy clutch, Cartier jewels and a plump red lip.

While Felicity looks as elegant as always, I can’t say I am a huge fan of this dress. The dual-colour bodice doesn’t work for me and I find the design quite boring.

What say you?

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Felicity Jones in Christian Dior Couture – ‘The Theory of Everything’ London Premiere

Felicity Jones in Christian Dior Couture - 'The Theory of Everything' London Premiere

Felicity Jones took to the ‘blue’ carpet for the London premiere of ‘The Theory of Everything’ hosted at Odeon Leicester Square on Tuesday (December 9) in England.

The actress stunned in a Christian Dior Fall 2014 Couture dress that was nothing short of breathtaking.

Again breaking out of her all-black comfort zone, she wore this pristine, white quilted confection with statement embroidery. While the 18th century-inspired pannier-style silhouette wasn’t exactly figure-lengthening, the voluminous form was a risk that paid off in my view.

When styled with lavender metallic Dior pumps, a partless ’do, and a bright-pink lip, the frock fully took on modern, relevant appeal, rather than falling into an overly fussy trap.

The overall effect was one of precious doll-like quality—with a dash of edge. What say you?

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