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Leslie Mann In Zac Posen – ‘Blockers’ LA Premiere

Leslie Mann was back on the red carpet for the LA premiere of her latest film, ‘Blockers’ on Tuesday (April 3), alongside her husband Judd Apatow.

Glamour is always on the menu for Zac Posen, and this Fall 2017 dress with its dramatic silhouette and opulent textures provide the key ingredients for Leslie’s beautiful red carpet look, along with her red velvet sandals and Anabela Chan orange garnet cabochon drop earrings.

I like how cohesive this look felt, but I would’ve loved the look more had Leslie slicked back her hair for an overall more modern feel.

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Leslie Mann In Zac Posen – 2018 Oscars

Leslie Mann walked the red carpet of the 2018 Oscars with her husband, Judd Apatow on Sunday (March 4) in Los Angeles.

For the occasion, the actress wore a Zac Posen Resort 2018.

There is such a joy in this gown, and I simply love it. The fact that there is a print here, but it is so subtle is a really great effect.

Simple makeup–but a perfectly matched red lip–along with her signature easy blowout, finish Leslie’s lovely look.

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Leslie Mann In Zuhair Mura – 2018 SAG Awards

Leslie Mann walked the red carpet of the 2018 SAG Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday (January 21).

A presenter at the show, Leslie wore a gown from the Zuhair Murad Resort 2018 collection.

As usual, I simply love Leslie Mann and what she brings to the red carpet table. The drape of this gown was absolutely divine as Leslie walked on the carpet and presented on the stage. The print is quite unique and largely editorial, but it doesn’t lose its way on the red carpet, but rather comes to life all the more in this setting.

Ever-so-simple hair and a blue smokey eye are red carpet beauty done right.

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21.01.18

2018 Producers Guild Awards Red Carpet Roundup

The 2018 Producers Guild Awards was the event to attend in Los Angeles on Saturday (January 20), with a host of star making appearances.

Holly Hunter: While this look isn’t going to remain in our minds for long, I love the high waist and geometric-print bodice on the Elizabeth Kennedy Spring 2017 gown. A perfect blowout and arms that are giving us all major workout inspo are keeping Holly on the fashion map.

Timothee Chalamet: The ‘Call Me By Your Name’ actor has certainly been stretching his fashion legs his first award season, and continues to experiment. Since we have mostly seen him in more shrunken styles, this slightly oversized double-breasted jacket seems to be a departure. I’m not crazy about it on its own, but I like it as a entry into his overall body of red carpet ‘work’.

Leslie Mann: I consider Leslie to be one of the most underrated stars to regularly grace the red carpet, and this Reem Acra gown, paired with Irene Neuwirth jewels proves my point: The gown has absolutely everything I love in a gown: Bright colors, a gorgeous print, exquisite detailing and and overall joyful vibe. Thanks for never letting me down, Leslie.

 

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12.01.18

2018 Critics’ Choice Awards Red Carpet Roundup

Following the 2018 Golden Globes black dress code, the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards on Thursday (January 11) showcased a range of colours, styles and designers.

Reese Witherspoon: The actress’s most memorable looks often have bold colours, so I was surprised she opted for a black Prada dress. That being said, I thought the short length really worked for her, with the embellishment adding some vicariousness. The Roger Vivier shoes enhanced the playful mood.

Emma Roberts: Her choppy blonde fringe was certainly a talking point, but the elegant simplicity of her Giorgio Armani gown didn’t go unnoticed. The strapless column fit perfectly. She styled it in a very modern way with the gold-toned accessories and by leaving the neckline bare.

Emilia Clarke: Like Reese, the ‘Game of Thrones’ star opted for a shorter black dress. She wore a Dolce & Gabbana frock with Gianvito Rossi sandals. I would have loved to see the look completed with a red lip as it would have added some warmth while playing up the brand’s Italian film star aesthetic.

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