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23.01.18

Front Row @ Ralph & Russo Spring 2018 Couture

The dreamy Ralph & Russo Spring 2018 Couture show was held on Monday (January 22) during Paris Fashion Week, with a trio of front-row femmes in the house to witness all the confections.

Kylie Minogue: The beautiful blush tone of this silky, asymmetrical gown conveyed a softly romantic quality on Kylie. A darker sandal to match her nail lacquer would have escalated the dramatic effect even more.

Natalia Vodianova: Of course, I was immediately drawn to this electric-blue number, but what heightened my affection were the little details like the buttons down the side, the dynamic patterning, and the swishy, car wash paneling. Modern sophistication at its finest.

Arizona Muse: A pair of red pumps enlivened this girly, embellished black frock. I think a similar bold crimson shade would have been equally fitting for her lip to tie the look together.

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Kylie Minogue In Alice McCall – ‘Swinging Safari’ Melbourne Premiere


Kylie Minogue stepped out at the ‘Swinging Safari’ Melbourne premiere on Thursday (December 14).

The singer’s Alice McCall Resort 2018 dress exuded alluring femininity with the asymmetric detailing creating a striking effect with the polka dot pattern.

The ruching could have come across as messy, but the tailoring of the frock married with the cut-outs produced a chic finish that enhanced her petite frame.

Dolce & Gabbana shoes added the right amount of shine.

Alice McCall I Feel It Coming Asymmetric Gathered Midi Dress

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Kylie Minogue In Halpern – 2017 Attitude Awards

Kylie Minogue picked up the ‘Legend’ Award at the 2017 Attitude Awards held at The Roundhouse on Thursday (October 12) in London.

Her Halpern high-neck sequin-embellished Fall 2017 mini dress recalls hazy disco-ball reflections in hedonistic 70s nightclubs, from Studio 54 in New York to Le Sept and Le Palace in Paris, which she paired with equally reflective sandals.

I’m not surprised Kylie didn’t opt for the popular two-piece Halpern look we’ve seen worn by Marion Cotillard, Katy Perry and Cardi B, mostly because Kylie never met a mini dress she didn’t love and the aforementioned look would’ve drowned her petite frame.

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02.10.17

Irving Penn Exhibition Private Viewing Hosted by Vogue

A private viewing, hosted by Vogue, for the Irving Penn exhibition at the Grand Palais was held on Sunday (October 1) during Paris Fashion Week.

Adwoa Aboah: Taking a break from walking the runways at Paris Fashion Week, Adwoa posed in a Richard Quinn Spring 2018 look that offered an invigorating, happy mix of ditzy florals. You would think with so many bold, competing prints that this would translate as disjointed. But, on the contrary, I loved this look on Adwoa, and I also credit its success to her minimal approach to the styling, with a black sandal and red pout all she needed. Flower power, indeed.

Kylie Minogue: I think it’s safe to say that Kylie put this Alice McCall ‘More Than A Woman’ fringe gown to work for her—as it was made to be spun around. As fun as it was, I was a bit tassel fatigued and the muted, mauve-pink colour wasn’t my favourite for the vibrancy of the entertainer, but she attempted to bring a splash of vividness via her lipstick.

Dita von Teese: With a look that riffed on the field-of-poppies print from the Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2017 Couture collection, Dita maximized proportions with this look. I have mixed feelings on the balloon sleeves, as they might be lumped into a costume-y circus category. But, the colours were striking in contrast to the black pencil skirt.

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Kylie Minogue In David Koma – ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ London Premiere

Kylie Minogue joined Julianne Moore and Halle Berry on the red carpet for the premiere of ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ in London this evening (September 18).

David Koma has carved out a stellar reputation with his sculpted dresses, yet this Spring 2017 LWD has a unique twist.

Demonstrating his signature aesthetic, the split sleeves delivers on every fashion front allowing for extra movement and imbuing the elegance of a cape.

Worthy of the red carpet, this needed just complementary heels and De Beers jewels.

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