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Kate Mara In Christian Dior Couture – 2018 BAFTAs

Kate Mara left us well and truly baffled by her red carpet choice for the pre-party, so I’m delighted to see her redeem herself for the 2018 BAFTAs in London this evening (February 18).

Lining the bodice with the same hue as the skirt to ensure the look felt more cohesive was the right thing to do for this Christian Dior Fall 2017 Couture gown.

One could say that this is the true definition of “doing a 180”, as her gold jewels and Dior clutch perfectly complemented the gown enhancing the richness of it all.

If I wanted to find something to nitpick, I would say that I wish her hair had a bit more life to it. A chignon or a updo would’ve been preferred.

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Kate Mara In Valentino – EE British Academy Film Awards Nominees Party

Kate Mara went for short and sweet at the EE British Academy Film Awards nominees party on Saturday (February 17) in London, England where she joined husband Jamie Bell, Natalie Dormer and Anya Taylor-Joy.

The ‘Megan Leavey’ actress sported a Valentino Spring 2018 dress which had an ethereal, cloud-like appearance on the runway.

Unfortunately, her outfit was rather deflated and it left me feeling disappointed.

The mini silhouette would probably have been a hard sell for the event had it been at full volume, but its sagging shape and disjointed accessories do not help the matter.

The Tyler Ellis Perry clutch further restricts the shape of the dress and the gray shoes feel like an afterthought.

I’m afraid this is not one of her best looks.

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11.12.17

Kate Mara In Christian Dior – British Independent Film Awards 2017

Kate Mara attended the British Independent Film Awards on Sunday (December 10) on Old Billingsgate in London with her husband Jamie Bell.

The actress’ short colourful streak came to an end with this black Dior gown. Usually semi-sheerness equals sexy, however, on this occasion the look feels somewhat whimsical.

I’m glad she styled her look with a metal Dior minaudière and metallic Louboutin slingbacks, otherwise I would’ve been longing for something more to enhance the look.

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17.11.17

2017 Guggenheim International Gala

The 2017 Guggenheim International Gala on Thursday (November 16) in New York City had a bevy of stylish ladies in attendance who were all decked out in Dior.

Naomi Watts: The actress exuded glamour in a Dior black embroidered tulle dress. The outfit’s prim collar was contrasted with the flirty sheer bodice and the joyful texture of the skirt. Dior Fine Jewelry ‘Rose Dior Pre Catelan’ earrings and ring, Dior ‘Amour’ pumps and a ‘Le Coeur de Dior’ bag added even more dimension to the ensemble.

Kirsten Dunst: The actress evoked a moody elegance in a Christian Dior Spring 2018 black floral embroidered gown, accessorised with Dior Fine Jewelry ‘Rose Dior Bagatelle’ earrings and ring, and Dior pumps. Many are fatigued with sheer skirts, but the glimpses of leg through the tufts of fabric had a unique dynamism, plus I’m sure you happy she didn’t wear the striped bodysuit we saw on the runway.

Kate Mara: This Dior yellow silk gown injected some joy into this red carpet. The ‘War’ actress lent a bohemian flair to the design with Dior Fine Jewelry ‘Rose des Vents’ necklace, a ‘Rose Dior Bagatelle’ ring and single earring.  She rounded off this gorgeous look with a Dior ‘Heart’ minaudiere.

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16.11.17

2017 Guggenheim International Pre-Party

There were many spectacular looks to discuss at the 2017 Guggenheim International pre-party on Wednesday (November 15) in New York City.

Kate Mara: The actress shimmered in a multicoloured Dior dress. Some might have preferred an opaque version, but the subtle sheer panels had a soft, unexpected sexiness. Dior pumps and a Dior ‘J’adior’ clutch let the frock do the talking.

Rebecca Hall: Turning heads in a tomato red Dior dress, the actress presented a feminine take on suiting elements. Dior black leather boots and a Diortarot clutch brought out the curving details of the black buttons.

Michelle Monaghan: Opting for refined minimalism, the American actress donned a black Dior dress with Dior ‘Amour’ pumps. An embellished Dior ‘Addict’ bag added some unexpected brightness to the ensemble.

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13.11.17 Screening

Weekend Red Carpet Roundup

It was a fashion-filled weekend with many stylish stars stepping out on the red carpet.

Kate Mara: I must say, I’ve enjoyed the actress’s recent tailored looks. She continued her fashion reign in Christian Siriano at the 2017 Humane Society Of The United States To The Rescue! event on Friday (November 10). The rich green fabric of the slim suit was contrasted beautifully with the Jimmy Choo ‘Kerry’ sandals and pink Tyler Ellis bag.

Alison Brie: I almost did not recognize the actress at the ‘The Disaster Artist’ AFI Fest screening on Sunday (November 12). Her Marc Jacobs dress combined with the soft curls had a charming retro feel. It had a Betty Boop quality to it with the sweet bow detail and frill on the bodice contrasting the black belt and platform ankle-strap pumps.

Zoe Saldana: There were a myriad of looks at the Baby2Baby Gala on Saturday (November 11). The ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ actress looked regal in this black gown with suiting elements. The large notched collar framed her face. But, it was the undone skirt which opened to reveal her delicate sandals that made it.

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10.11.17

Kate Mara In Christian Dior – SAG-AFTRA Foundation Patron of the Artists Awards

Kate Mara attended the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Patron of the Artists Awards on Thursday (November 9) in Beverly Hills, California, with husband Jamie Bell.

I’d be hard pressed to pinpoint the exact time, but recently I have been falling deeper and deeper in love with Kate Mara’s style.

There’s such an ease, elegance and effortless about it all, as demonstrated in this Dior black silk chiffon tiered dress, sans logo panties and bra straps.

Adding some texture and sparkle to the look with a selection of white hair grips and a a Dior ‘Metamorphose Fleurie’ embroidered clutch, she proves that black and simple doesn’t have to equal boring.