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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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12.10.17 Menswear, Premiere

Kate Mara In Prada & Jamie Bell In Burberry Tailoring – ‘Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool’ London Film Festival Premiere

Kate Mara continues to support husband Jamie Bell on the red carpet his latest project, ‘Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool’ by attending the London Film Festival premiere on Wednesday (October 11).

Jamie Bell: We have seen a few male stars step outside the box and serve up different styles and colours recently, but Jamie kept things simple and classic once again in Burberry Tailoring.

Kate Mara: The actress was in autumnal mood judging by her pretty Prada look. I love how the pale green Swarovski embroidery brings a glossy finishing touch to her rose lamé organza plissé strapless dress. Factor in the burgundy velvet accessories and the look feels instantly more glamorous.

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02.10.17

Front Row @ Givenchy Spring 2018

Paris Fashion Week saw a host of pretties on the front row at the Givenchy Spring 2018 show on Sunday (October 1) to witness designer Clare Waight Keller’s first collection for the label.

Lily Collins: Angelic with an edge. That’s exactly how I’d describe Lily’s diaphanous white lace dress punctuated by the black under-straps and mod white booties. I did find myself wishing for a more streamlined, barely-there black sandal here.

Cate Blanchett: Queen Cate was back in all her glory in this impossibly chic suiting ensemble. I love how the cropped proportions and the midnight-blue lip motif on the jacket—coupled with her pendant necklaces—brought a sense of unconventional yet effortless sophistication to the look.

Fan Bingbing: Despite its all-white palette, there was a dramatic allure that permeated this trench dress that saw Fan continuing to step across the line of her go-to, princess-and-platform styles. She balanced the subtle mystique of the sheer sleeves, which was echoed in the sheer gloves and sheer pants, with her sleek bun and bold red lip.

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Kate Mara In David Koma – ‘Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Kate Mara was joined by her Dior Homme-clad husband Jamie Bell for the Toronto Film Festival premiere of ‘Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool’ on Tuesday (September 12).

Upon seeing the actress in her David Koma Fall 2017 mesh dress, I wanted to facetime her long-time stylist Johnny Wujek and give him a virtual high-five for nailing the lining of this dress, because lord knows we would’ve rolled our eyes had she stepped out in the runway version of this look.

David Koma doesn’t really do dainty, but with the modifications and Kate’s styling she gave this look a new lease of life.

Silver Jimmy Choo ‘Anouk’ pumps completed her look.

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Kate Mara In Giambattista Valli Couture – ‘Chappaquiddick’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

The fashion parade continued at the Toronto Film Festival with Kate Mara donning a hyper-embellished dress at the ‘Chappaquiddick’ premiere on Sunday (September 10).

Clad in a Giambattista Valli Couture Fall 2017 mini dress, the actress shimmered at the event in both sunshine and artificial light thanks to the black sheen in the bodice. It was a clever choice as black outfits can sometimes come across as dull in photos.

Kate took styling cues from the runway and swept her ginger locks into an updo and painted on a red lip.

Her black pumps and clutch tied things together nicely without being distracting. Husband Jamie Bell’s all-black Dior Homme look was also a perfect foil to the couture frock, but didn’t come across as too matchy-matchy.

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