Juliette Binoche In Mugler – 60th Seminici Valladolid International Film Festival Closing Ceremony

Juliette Binoche In Mugler - 60th Seminici Valladolid International Film Festival Closing Ceremony

Juliette Binoche attended the 60th Seminici Valladolid International Film Festival closing ceremony held at the Calderon Theater on Saturday (October 31) in Valladolid, Spain, where she received The Honorary Spike.

The French actress is never shy of taking a risk occasionally, and I would say this one paid off.
Some might deem this Mugler Resort 2016 slit look styled with over-the-knee boots and a studded belt age-inappropriate for the 51-year-old, but I think she rocked the hell out of the look.

If only women half her age could wear such a outfit with such elegance and grace.

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Juliette Binoche In Armani Privé – ‘The Wait’ Venice Film Festival Premiere

VENICE, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 05:  Juliette Binoche attends a premiere for 'The Wait' during the 72nd Venice Film Festival on September 5, 2015 in Venice, Italy.  (Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)

Juliette Binoche attended the premiere of ‘The Wait’ at the 2015 Venice Film Festival on Saturday (September 5) in Venice, Italy.

Normally gravitating towards traditional sophistication, the French actress put on the ritz this time around in an all-over beaded Armani Privé Fall 2015 dégradé gown in peacock shades.

Equally attention-grabbing was the plunge neckline, which had been modified from the runway version, but I just wanted to cut off the long fringe at the sleeves.

Chopard jewels, while lovely, had little chance of competing with such a dress while a sleekly structured hairstyle brought in a measure of classic refinement to this dazzling, va-voom entrance.


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Juliette Binoche In Emanuel Ungaro – Anish Kapoor’s Exhibition Grand Opening

Juliette Binoche In Emanuel Ungaro - Anish Kapoor's Exhibition Grand Opening

Juliette Binoche attended the grand opening of Anish Kapoor’s exhibition at Chateau de Versailles on Sunday (June 7) in Versailles, France.

The French actress’ style can be described as classic and chic, so I like that opted for something within her lane which exuded a lot more flair.

Striking in both visual impression and design, I love how her tailored trousers are elevated with an unique wrap front pleated design while the polka dot shirt adds an alluring element to this mannish offering.

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Juliette Binoche In Balenciaga – 2015 César Film Awards

Juliette Binoche In Balenciaga - César Film Awards

Juliette Binoche attended the 40th Cesar Film Awards held at the Theatre du Chatelet on Friday (February 20) in Paris, France.

The actress was an enchanting vision in white, her current preferred colour, wearing a Balenciaga Spring 2015 dress deploying artisanal creativity for an definitive, dramatic look.

Keeping the styling simple was the perfect way to allow this masterpiece to shine.

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Juliette Binoche In Schiaparelli Couture & Giorgio Armani – ‘Nobody Wants the Night’ Berlin Film Festival Photocall & Premiere

Juliette Binoche In Giorgio Armani - 'Nobody Wants the Night' Berlin Film Festival Photocall & Premiere

Thursday saw the start of the 65th Berlinale (Berlin) Film Festival , where Juliette Binoche was present to promote her latest movie, ‘Nobody Wants the Night’ (Nadie quiere la noche), with both a photocall and premiere in Berlin, Germany, where the theme of the day was white.

Photocall: Her first look was a peak-lapel Schiaparelli Spring 2015 Couture suit with mannish proportions decorated with gold pins, which look like splatters of paint from afar. Expertly cut, this serves up a very refined look styled with nude peep-toes.

Premiere: Opting for yet another clean-lined design, her second suiting option by Giorgio Armani serves up plenty of feminine flair. Timelessly elegant in a faux-wrap design, this look truly embodies the powerful aesthetics of the brand, taking her style to a new level of Italian panache.

I really enjoyed the masculine–feminine play here. Both looks are very refined. Even with the creases, the Schiaparelli photocall look is my favourite here.

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