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13.06.17

2017 Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award

Max Mara celebrated Zoey Deutch as the 2017 Women In Film’s Face of the Future Award recipient on Monday (June 12) in LA, where other starlets joined in the festivities—all donning their Max Mara best.

Zoey Deutch: As the guest of honour, Zoey stood out in a striking red suit that delivered sultry intrigue amidst it menswear-inspired suiting. I love the balanced juxtaposition of the outsized, long blazer with the balconette bra and high-waist pant, all topped off with tonal Lizzie Fortunato tassel earrings.

Sophia Bush: Also looking to roomy, mannish proportions, Sophia was chic in this gray suiting. The cropped effect made it relevant and her styling, including white pumps and John Hardy jewels, made it effortless.

Olivia Culpo: Olivia wears sharp, clean lines so well, and this ensemble was witness to that with the well-tailored yet feminine blouse and the precision-fit, patterned pants.

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Holland Roden In Tadashi Shoji – 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards


Holland Roden was also at the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards, hosted on Sunday (May 7) in LA.

A fashion flight of fancy came courtesy of her Tadashi Shoji Spring 2017 ostrich feather and fringe dress.

I love the manner in which she styled this whimsical frock, with a layer of simplicity in her Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudist’ sandals, a bit of contrast in her blue Tyler Ellis clutch, and a dose of edginess in her Swarovski Vittore Palm cuff, Atelier Swarovski earrings, smoldering eye makeup, and messy ponytail.

Visible illusion necklines always give me pause, and that is no different here. But, otherwise, it was a lovely and fun look for Holland. Would you agree?

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Holland Roden In By Johnny – Vanity Fair Young Hollywood Party

It was good to see Holland Roden back on the red carpet for the Vanity Fair Young Hollywood party on Tuesday (February 21) in West Hollywood, California.

We’ve often marvelled at the actress’ love for colour and print, however, the actress gave us the cold shoulder treatment wearing a Winter 2017 navy dress by Australian brand By Johnny.

I love how this piece is beautifully framed with bows down the sleeves giving this look a modern feel.

It’s the perfect way to show skin, without showing too much skin.

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‘The Danish Girl’ LA Premiere

'The Danish Girl' LA Premiere

A trio of girls took to the red carpet for ‘The Danish Girl’ premiere at Westwood Village Theatre on Saturday (November 21) in Westwood, California.

Alicia Vikander: Naturally, the actress was dressed in a Louis Vuitton ensemble, this one hailing from the Spring 2016 collection. Despite the more serious, gray-toned hues, there was a sense of light boho romance in this embroidered peasant dress, which she wore with Ana Khouri jewels. It may not be the first type of dress you think of when it comes to a premiere, but it was lovely for its effortlessness.

Amber Heard: Exploring the sultry side of androgyny, Amber donned a floral-embossed Dolce & Gabbana black suit with Jimmy Choo ‘Anouk’ pumps, balancing feminine and masculine intrigue.

Holland Roden: Also going the route of the trouser, Holland added the boldness of an eye-catching pattern in this graphically inspired Edeline Lee Fall 2014 ensemble. The minidress top worn over the pants added a girly, fun spirit to the mod mix, which she finished with a sleek ponytail.

Edeline Lee

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11.09.15

Ferragamo Celebrates 100 Years in Hollywood

Ferragamo Celebrates 100 Years in Hollywood

A group of lovelies held court with the Ferragamo family and Vogue’s Lisa Love, who hosted a dinner to celebrate 100 years of Ferragamo at Eric Buterbaugh Floral on Wednesday (September 9) in West Hollywood, California. As to be expected, many were outfitted in Salvatore Ferragamo for the evening.

Camilla Belle: Yielding to the siren song of the dramatic, Camilla vamped up the night in a Ferragamo black lace dress that again reminded us that sexy, sheer, and lacy are still very much part of the style vocabulary—for better or worse. Here, the effect was a bit too overworked, especially with the dual waist detail and the forest-green detailing, not to mention the rather theatrical winged eyeliner.

Cody Horn: Her colour-blocked Ferragamo frock in retro hues, paired with geometric sandals, was an eye-catching statement. The look would have been better served with a sleek ponytail as her pretty blonde locks got in the way on this occasion.

Freida Pinto: Wearing the same shoes as Cody, the actress matched her pair with an emerald-green Ferragamo wrap dress. Some measure of the colour-block theme was also repeated here with the navy sash detailing across the shoulder and down the skirt but I prefer to focus on the richly lustrous, jewel-toned hue and her pretty ruby lip.

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