John Hardy And Vanity Fair Celebrate Legends

Model Jasmine Tookes and actress Emily Robinson attended the Vanity Fair and John Hardy ‘Night of Legends’ event honouring Julianne Moore at Le Coucou in New York City on Tuesday (October 24).

Jasmine Tookes: The Victoria’s Secret model wasn’t shy at all wearing an Alberta Ferretti Spring 2017 Couture sheer lace robe with just a bra, panties, John Hardy jewels and Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudist’ sandals. I know a lot of people are going to hate this, but I have to say she looks stunning. Would I wear it? No, but she totally rocks this look.

Julianne Moore: The honouree reverted to her go-to: an LBD. In Julianne’s case she’s always intriguing. Take this high-shine, puffy sleeved Saint Laurent number for example which exudes confident glamour. Decked out with the hosts jewels, she also wore her favourite Gianvito Rossi ‘Portofino’ sandals and John Hardy jewels.

Emily Robinson: I can’t helped but be charmed by the romantic statement this ADEAM Resort 2018 look presents with its delicate embroidery and pretty pink lace skirt. The sheer elements seem perfectly balanced on the shoes and top. John Hardy jewels completed the look.

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Julianne Moore In Givenchy – ‘Suburbicon’ LA Premiere

Julianne Moore attended the premiere of ‘Suburbicon’ on Friday (October 22) in Los Angeles, California.

I love how this Givenchy Spring 2018 white dress delivers a modern yet feminine flare, while the black drape delivers a sharp, graphic kick.

Opting for Chopard jewels and Givenchy accessories added a strong finish to this chic look.

Thomas Monks has this look for Julianne on our Red Carpet Wish List, taking his tally to two hits from the Spring 2018 collections.

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Julianne Moore In Chanel Couture – ‘Wonderstruck’ New York Film Festival Premiere

Julianne Moore attended the ‘Wonderstruck’ premiere, held during the 55th New York Film Festival on Saturday (October 7).

While some might occasionally find the actress’s style to be predictable, she does have an inclination to serve up classic looks with an unexpected punch—as can be seen here.

I love how she had fun with this Chanel Fall 2017 Couture tweed dress, enlivened with the sprightly addition of feathers at the shoulders and hem.

The Chanel movie camera clutch was also one of my favoured elements, as it cleverly referenced the film festival event without venturing too cheesy.

Her silver sandals and ponytail only added to the elegant whimsy of the look.

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Julianne Moore In Dolce & Gabbana – Florale By Triumph Dinner

Julianne Moore hosted the Florale By Triumph dinner party at Altes Stadthaus on Thursday (October 5) in Berlin, Germany.

The actress wore a Dolce & Gabbana’s mid-length dress crafted from elegant lace.

I like how the lining adds opacity to the body, while the sleeves remain unlined to allow subtle pops of skin and to show off the intricate detailing.

Opting not to punctuate the look further with a contrasting heel, Julianne kept the look classic in black.

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Front Row @ Louis Vuitton Spring 2018

Many of the same stars who were at the opening of the Louis Vuitton boutique were seated front row at the Louis Vuitton Spring 2018 show the next day on Tuesday (October 3) during Paris Fashion Week. So, you will be excused if you’re already experiencing a certain kind of déjà vu.

Here, the lineup of the LV looks—take two—from the brand’s biggest fans.

Cate Blanchett: I had a slightly easier time embracing this directional look from Cate, as opposed to her more disjointed offering the day before. Perhaps some elements still seemed a bit forced, but no one can say this wasn’t a mullet-esque look—warrior-chic on the top, and business on the bottom.

Julianne Moore: Stepping away from the colour black, the actress was radiant in this rich, jade-green dress that had its own party happening at the back with the long fringe detail.

Alicia Vikander: Yet again, Alicia’s effortlessly chic look took top billing. In this case, it was her accessories—the handbag and booties, in particular—that really elevated this all-black ensemble.

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