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17.10.17

Birks UK Jewellery Launch

Renowned Canadian jewellery brand Birks celebrated its launch in the UK with a cocktail event at Canada House  in London on Monday (October 16).

Laura Haddock: I thought it was quite fitting that Laura wore one of her favourite designers – Emilia Wickstead – to give her baby bump its red carpet debut. The last time she wore pink was during her ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ promo tour, but on this occasion she could be dropping a subtle hint that she’s expecting a girl. Laura wore the Muse mesh hoop earrings and Muse ribbon cuff bracelet from the Birks Muse Collection and the Rose du Matin wrap flex wrap ring in yellow gold from the Birks Rose du Matin Collection with navy Louboutins.

Arizona Muse: We don’t see enough Paul Smith on the red carpet, so I’m delighted to see Arizona don this suit in fashion’s most daring shade – raspberry. The sharp tailoring and plush fabrication ensure that this look will never date. Arizona wore the Bee Chic Honeycomb earrings with diamonds, Bee Chic Honeycomb pendant with diamond & Bee Chic Honeycomb ring with diamonds from the Birks Bee Chic Collection.

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Who Wore Prabal Gurung Better? Laura Haddock or Nina Dobrev?

It’s very rare for Nina Dobrev to be on a “Who Wore It Better?” post, yet the actress wore the shorter version of this Prabal Gurung Fall 2017 white dress to the ‘Flatliners’ LA premiere three months after Laura Haddock.

For the ‘My Cousin Rachel’ London premiere, Laura opted to wear her look without the belt.

I like the look both ways as it suits each of their individual styles, but I love the edge the belt brings to Nina’s look so she wins for me.

Which Was Your Favourite Laura Haddock ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ Promo Tour Look?

This may have been a strictly neutral promo tour for Laura Haddock, but each look was simply breath-taking.

The first three were particularly stunning, but I eventually picked her Emilia Wickstead London premiere look.

21.07.17 Premiere

Laura Haddock In Marc Jacobs – ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ Tokyo Premiere

The ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ epic promo tour came to an end on Thursday (July 20) in Tokyo, Japan.

Laura Haddock served up no surprises opting for yet another gown in a neutral hue for her last hurrah.

In fact, the major surprise is that her gown was created by Marc Jacobs, as the designers red carpet looks tend to be on the short or quirky side.

I love how Laura’s beige lace, silver sequin embroidered gown is imbued with old Hollywood glamour, which is further amped up by her 1920s retro hairstyle.

While there wasn’t much variety in the colour palette of this promo tour, Laura did herself proud as each gown was simply breath-taking.

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21.06.17 Premiere

Laura Haddock In Miu Miu – ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ Chicago Premiere

Laura Haddock was back on the red carpet on Tuesday (June 20) for the ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ premiere in Chicago, Illinois.

The actress donned a pale pink Miu Miu gown.

I love the contrast between the textured bottom half – which provides all the drama – while the top remained simple with beaded straps.

Whilst the jewelled belt and simple silver accessories add subtle shine, would this look have benefitted from bolder earrings or a necklace?

Effortlessly and elegant this look may be, but I have a feeling some might be wishing for some extra oomph here – especially considering Laura is yet to wear a colour outside the neutral family for this promo tour.

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Laura Haddock In Emilia Wickstead – ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ London Premiere

Joining Isabela Moner at the ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ London premiere on Sunday (June 18), Laura Haddock took a delightfully chic perspective with her monochromatic, blush gown.

The Emilia Wickstead Resort 2018 gown was minimal in design, thus proving that sometimes no embellishment or bells and whistles are needed for that sway of magical charm—just a beautifully feminine hue and a pristinely sweeping silhouette.

A sleek bun, wrapped in pink, continued the pretty-in-pastel mood.

Because of the cut or the colour—or both—I was reminded of Gwyneth Paltrow’s pink Ralph Lauren gown from the 1999 Oscars. Yet, Laura’s maintained a freshly modern aura that provided a spirited new perspective.

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