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Jaime King In Marc Jacobs – PAPER Magazine Runway Benefit For Make-A-Wish Foundation

Jaime King has been hitting the red carpet hard the last few weeks, which I love as I’m always intrigued to see what she’s going to bring us next.

I have been dying to see the high-shine, brightly coloured, boldly patterned and heavily adorned Marc Jacobs Spring 2018 collection on the carpet, so I was excited that was Jaime’s choice for the PAPER Magazine Runway Benefit For Make-A-Wish Foundation on Tuesday (October 24).

While we had this on our wish list for Lupita Nyong’o, I’m loving the energy Jaime is bringing to this look, as not many can make me fall in love with a harem-style jumpsuit.

Giuseppe Zanotti ‘BarBra’ sandals completed her look.

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23.10.17

Valentino x InStyle Cocktail Party

Fashion fans were out in full force at the Valentino x InStyle Cocktail Party in Los Angeles on Sunday (October 22), donning their most exuberant ensembles from the designer.

Kate Hudson: In my opinion, her buzzed hair has only enhanced her style. She has delivered fashion hit after hit, and this coral Valentino Spring 2018 gown was another shining example. The sweeping silhouette against her brown crop had a charming pixie vibe.

Gabrielle Union:
 The actress’s Resort 2018 outfit had a clear safari influence thanks to its khaki green colour and the flap pockets on the jacket. It’s the subtle details that really brought this home for me such as her jewellery, the black shoes and the undone jacket buttons.

Mandy Moore:
 While promoting ‘This Is Us,’ the actress has had a passion for prints. This continued at the event where she donned a patterned Resort 2018 dress. I adore the way the sweater details are juxtaposed with the sheer olive green panels. The two-tone shoes enhanced the rest of the look. Irene Neuwirth jewels provided the finishing touches.

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20.10.17

Alice McCall Spring 2018 Launch Event

The Alice McCall Spring 2018 launch event on Thursday (October 19) in Los, Angeles, California had a plethora of cool girls in attendance to support the designer.

Stella Maxwell: The face of the new Alice McCall campaign went for a sexy, sheer look with an evident lingerie vibe. The model’s black bra and briefs were on full display underneath a lace maxi dress. Admittedly, a lot of people might not even notice her shoes, but I liked the contrast of the chunky brogues.

Jaime King:
Opting for a more covered black ensemble, the actress wore a black gown with an up-to-there slit. The dress still had a lingerie feel due to the sheer skirt and ruffle details. Jaime brought an alluring elegance to it with her classic black accessories and wavy hairstyle.

Rainey Qualley: The singer, who performed at the event, donned a black and white playsuit. The style had a retro, feminine quality thanks to the wrap front and drawstring sleeves, but she put her unique spin on it with the chain belt and a pair of dusty blue ankle boots. It was an intriguing mix, but I find the belt doesn’t have enough impact against the abstract print.

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19.10.17

ERDEM x H&M Fashion Show

PYTs flocked to the ERDEM x H&M Fashion Show held on Wednesday (October 18) in LA—and were naturally attired in the highly anticipated, flower-forward collaboration.

Zendaya: The one thing I would have changed about Zendaya’s vintage-mod, ladylike statement would be her footwear, as the light pumps seemed at a disconnect from the darker floral palette of the skirt. Otherwise, she was completely selling the retro vibe of the look–from bouffant hair to ankles.

Kirsten Dunst: Riffing on the silk pyjama trend, Kirsten’s pair of loungewear-influenced separates were bolstered by her heels and embellished handbag.

Kate Bosworth: I like how this printed frock celebrated the height of romantic femininity whilst also echoing Kate’s bohemian-loving side.

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17.10.17

ELLE’s 24th Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration Red Carpet Roundup

From ELLE’s 24th Annual Women in Hollywood Celebration on Monday (October 16) in Beverly Hills, California, we’ve seen the likes of Kristen Stewart and Jennifer Lawrence. Here is a roundup of the rest of the gorgeous actresses who were in attendance.

Jessica Chastain: The vinyl Fashion Week trend didn’t go down too well with the majority, but Jessica put her graceful spin on the trend in Calvin Klein which is the most glamorous interpretation I’ve seen yet.

Margot Robbie: After a colourful week promoting ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’, Margot opted for the simple elegance of Calvin Klein. I adore the sensuality of this look, plus the embellished sandals.

Zoe Lister-Jones: The Chinese influence of her gorgeous McQ Alexander McQueen floral dress is there for all to see. It’s the complementary styling of Irene Neuwirth and blue suede shoes which really perfected the look.

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16.10.17

Variety’s Power Of Women

Variety’s Power Of Women event brought together philanthropic femmes for an exclusive luncheon in Beverly Hills, California on Friday (October 13).

Octavia Spencer: Celebrated at the event for her work with City Year, Octavia gave her favoured designer Tadashi Shoji the afternoon off, instead donning a custom-made Laura Basci ensemble. I love how she brought a touch of the wild to the business-chic side of the dress with her leopard accessories.

Ashley Tisdale: With a fun and flirty outlook, Ashley wore a CMEO Collective number, to which the black pumps didn’t exactly reflect the youthful vibe. I would have probably skipped the diamond chokers, too.

Nikki Reed: The new mom kept her frilly, feminine look as meaningful as possible by wearing an eco-friendly dress by Amur. An Edie Parker clutch, John Hardy jewels, and Rupert Sanderson shoes rounded out the look.

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06.10.17

Farfetch and William Vintage Celebrate Gianni Versace Archive

We were treated to a vintage extravaganza as lovely ladies attended the Farfetch and William Vintage Celebrate Gianni Versace Archive event on Thursday (October 5) in Los Angeles.

Amal Clooney: After recently making her return to work, the human rights barrister stepped out at the event in vintage Versace. The above-the-knee dress with pleated skirt appealed to her classic feminine style, but the shimmering gold fabric added an alluring twist. The coordinating accessories, including Jimmy Choo ‘Tina’ sandals, enhanced the disco vibe.

Jaime King:
Opting for Gianni Versace’s telltale rainbow stripes, the actress made a joyful statement with her vintage short-sleeved jacket and skinny trousers. The black ankle boots were a modern touch while the hoop earrings were a playful nod to the past.

Kate Bosworth: The actress donned flowing vintage Versace coordinates decorated with a floral print. The flared trousers and long jacket presented a luxe bohemian vibe. The red lipstick was a surprising finish touch that left me even more enchanted.

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