Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons Collaboration Launch Party

No stranger to collaborations, Louis Vuitton has now partnered with pop artist Jeff Koons on a limited line of accessories launching in April 28. To celebrate this Masters capsule collection, a dinner was held in Paris on Tuesday (April 11), with a host of LV-clad lovelies in attendance.

Jennifer Connelly: With a nod to a softer, romantic mood, Jennifer let her hair down in this decorative brocade and lace frock topped with a feathery stole. The label’s signature patent booties brought back the edge we’d expect in a look from this actress.

Fan Bingbing: Fan wore the signature sheer asymmetry of this gown effortlessly, which we’ve seen in different variation on Sophie Turner and Janice Man. I just think it would have been better served by sleeker styling, as the handbag and earrings competed rather than complemented the dress.

Cate Blanchett: As per, Cate cut a striking figure. But, the tailored regality of the sculptural top disappeared a bit with the drop-crotch pants, which can be something of an acquired taste.

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Louis Vuitton Fall 2017 Front Row

The ladies of the Louis Vuitton Fall 2017 front row made from an impressive—and impressively cohesive—showing at the Paris Fashion Week show on Tuesday (March 7), with all donning surprisingly well-coordinated looks from the house of LV.

Michelle Williams: A power LBD if there ever was one, this look proved that there’s nothing monotonous about the sultry-sweet lines of a black leather dress edged up further by a sharp pair of booties.

Sophie Turner: Commanding a chic, warrior-princess mood, the ‘Game of Thrones’ actress was also the ultimate fashion girl in this forward look. On paper, the furry vest, gathered leather skirt, and futuristic white boots would be strange bedfellows, but it works beautifully on Sophie.

Jennifer Connelly: The actress’s LV looks can be hit and miss. But she was at the top of her game with the sleek lines of this black dress accessorised by those striking white boots and graphic clutch.

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23.12.15 Best Of

Best Dressed International Star, Best Brand Ambassador & Promo Tour Star of 2015 – Lea Seydoux

Best Dressed International Star, Best Brand Ambassador & Promo Tour Star of 2015 – Lea Seydoux
A standing ovation is in order for Lea Seydoux who has a bevy of Best Of awards to her name for 2015.

The French beauty is your Best Dressed International Star, Best Brand Ambassador, and Promo Tour Star of 2015 for her breathtaking reign throughout the ‘Spectre’ premiere.

Lea also had the top two looks of 2015 in her enchanting red Miu Miu gown at the ‘Spectre’ Mexico City premiere and her luscious, lemony Prada confection at the 2015 BAFTAs.

Must be that Miuccia Prada magic that courses through the veins of many of her entrances—it’s a spell that only Lea can seemingly conjure with such splendour and grace.

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23.12.15 Best Of

Best Ensemble Cast 2015 – ‘Spectre’

Best Ensemble Cast 2015 – ‘Spectre’

Edging out ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2,’ which for two years had won the style game with each edition of the movie saga, ‘Spectre’ secured the best ensemble honour for 2015.

After all, they did have Bond, James Bond on their side.

When it comes to the style credits, the cast was a cinematic dream team—what with French lovely Lea Seydoux and her perfect-in-Prada gowns, the vampy elegance of Monica Bellucci, and the undeniable chicness of Most Consistent 2015 Naomie Harris.

Plus, add the eternally fine, Tom Ford tuxedo-clad Daniel Craig to the mix, and the exotic 007 glamour is complete.

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12.11.15 Premiere

Lea Seydoux In Prada – ‘Spectre’ Beijing Premiere

Lea Seydoux In Prada - 'Spectre' Beijing Premiere

Lea Seydoux attended premiere of her new movie, ‘Spectre’ earlier today (November 12) in Beijing, China, which marks the final stop for her on what has been an epic tour.

Before we all slump into a deep depression, lets marvel at the beauty of Lea’s latest, and final look, from Prada styled with Chopard jewels.

Inspired by the William Travilla white dress worn by Marilyn Monroe in the 1955 film ‘The Seven Year Itch’, I love how the graceful pleats which cascades through this floor-length Prada gown lend ethereal volume to the sultry silhouette.

The classic Bond girl femme fatale edge was imbued into this look via her red pout and matching nails which complemented the red crystal embroidered double satin belt.

I am sure you will agree that she started and ended on a high, without a bum note in-between.

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