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A bright crop of starlets turned out for the third annual Coach cocktail party and shopping event to benefit the Children’s Defense Fund, hosted by ‘Star Trek’ movie producer-director J.J. Abrams on the rooftop of his Bad Robot production company in Santa Monica, California on Wednesday. Coach clutches, handbags and totes proved to be the night’s hottest accessory, as many PYTs no doubt plucked up a new purse for their collections.

Chloe Sevigny: Always one to keep us guessing, the actress went for a rather girly approach in this printed Balenciaga dress that immediately had me wanting to fix that lopsided black bow at the waist. I also couldn’t get past the white tongue flap on those Balenciaga peep-toe shoes—or their mauve-purple colour that clashed with her coral-pink Coach clutch. An orange lippie proved another dissonant tone, although it matched the logo behind her.

Abigail Spencer: Donning a creamy DKNY Spring 2013 dress, the actress was chic and polished. She prevented sartorial boredom with a fuchsia handbag and melon-hued ankle-strap sandals. Loose waves and a glowing complexion finished off this breezy look.

Kate Mara: The ‘House of Cards’ star mixed masculine and feminine, showing a flash of skin in a Vena Cava sheer crop top with ruffled sleeve paired with black Parker peg pants and Brian Atwood’s ‘Wagner’ peep-toe heels. A Dannijo necklace was well-placed and added just the right amount of sparkle.

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Kate Mara In Kate Young For Target - Kate Young For Target Launch Event

Kate Mara worked the red carpet at the Kate Young for Target Launch Event in New York City last night.

The actress wore a yellow beaded Kate Young For Target Dress, $59.99, with Brian Atwood ‘Wagner’ peep-toes.

I think very few women look good with their hair pulled tightly back, but Kate is definitely one of them. I love that she’s got her hair up and back, so that you can see the beading and form of this dress.

Yet somehow, it doesn’t look as youthful and fun on Kate as it does on the model. Does she just need the red lip like the model? Or is it the longer length that throws things off? I can’t quite decide, but it just doesn’t seem as fresh and appealing as it does on the model.

Help me out: what makes the dress look so much less joyful on Kate?

Credit: Target & Getty

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Kate Mara In Peter Som - Vanity Fair And Juicy Couture Celebration

Kate Mara attended the Vanity Fair and Juicy Couture Celebration of the 2013 Vanities Calendar with Olivia Munn last night at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.

The ‘Deadfall’ actress wore a floral appliqué skirt and brocade bralette from the Peter Som Spring 2013 collection.

Although her bare midriff is right on trend for the season, by pairing the skirt and top with a satin-trimmed black Juicy Couture blazer, Mara throws off the proportion of the ensemble. Also, adding the nude platform peep-toes makes the entire look heavy, and it weighs her down.

I would’ve loved to have seen Kate get outside her comfort zone and wear this look like it came down the runway. She has the figure for it, after all.

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Kate Mara In Givenchy - 'Side Effects' New York Premiere

Kate Mara joined her sister, Rooney Mara, for the New York premiere of ‘Side Effects’, held at the AMC Lincoln Square Theater on Thursday evening.

You’ll be delighted to see that Kate sported a new hairstyle, wearing her hair down for a refreshing change.

Her Givenchy black jersey drop-waist dress with a double-layered flounced skirt was styled with black Nicholas Kirkwood heels with a white swirl detail on the platform, and a gold Judith Leiber clutch.

Barely-there makeup, including a nude lip colour, provided the finishing touches.

Do you appreciate this small side-step out of her comfort zone, or is it more of the same for you?

Credit: Getty

Kate Mara In Dolce & Gabbana - 'House Of Cards' New York

From D.C. to New York, Kate Mara continued to promote her new TV series, ‘House Of Cards’, by attending the premiere held at Alice Tully Hall in New York City yesterday evening.

On this occasion, she wore a Dolce & Gabbana frock.

The metallic-silver three-quarter-length-sleeved dress is lightly embellished, plus it features white frilled details on the hem, neckline and cuffs.

My first reaction was that I dislike the feature, but on reflection the dress would’ve looked like a typical bog-standard Dolce & Gabbana lace dress without it.

With her hair styled into her familiar lacquered bun, she completed her look with black satin Brian Atwood ‘Aida’ sandals and a sleek clutch.

Credit: Style.com & Getty




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