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Dior x Madame Figaro Dinner

Last weekend, Madame Figaro and Dior hosted a dinner during the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday (May 12), with three beauties in attendance.

Diane Kruger: You might have expected Diane to wear Dior, but instead she opted for this Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2018 matching ensemble. The boxier tunic is in line with the loose-fitting silhouettes we’ve seen thus far in her Cannes run. But, the embellished attitude and queen of hearts motif sees her embrace her signature edgy-forward side. I love her candy-red lip but I wish she had opted for a sleek pump instead of strappy sandals.

Naomi Campbell: I love how regal yet whimsical Naomi looked in this Christian Dior Spring 2018 Haute Couture triple organza dress that was hand-painted and embroidered with a pleated tulle cape. With the cape overlay, it offered a more delicate side to the supermodel’s style, and a refreshing way to wear both sheer and Dior.

Bella Hadid: Speaking of sheer, Bella went for the more ubiquitous Dior look of late with this red tulle corset dress. However, despite the see-through elements, I actually found myself quite liking the sort of beautiful renegade spirit she brought to the frock with the off-the-shoulder detail that insouciantly mixed with the elaborateness of sparkling jewels. My biggest qualm was actually the mini ‘Lady Dior’ bag, as it seemed rather heavy for the diaphanous, diamond-dusted look.

Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2018
Christian Dior Spring 2018 Haute Couture

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Naomi Campbell In Poiret – ‘Blackkklansman’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

I was excited to see Naomi Campbell on the red carpet tonight (May 14) for the premiere of ‘Blackkklansman’ at Cannes Film Festival.

That’S because she gave a red carpet debut to the relaunched brand, Poiret.

Paul Poiret is generally remembered for his extravagance and the richness of his ornamentation and fabrics, and it looks like designer Yiqing Yin, has perfectly capture the essence of the brand in just this dress alone.

Naomi’s version with the bronze bow gave this look an edge and over-the-top element which fits right at home at Cannes.

Unlike Miss Jenner, Naomi’s dress was enhanced with rich embellishments to preserve her modesty.

The dress is gorgeous, her makeup is stunning, her hair is perfection, as are those emerald and diamond jewels. Its just a shame about the shoes.

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04.05.18

Tiffany & Co. Paper Flowers Event And Believe In Dreams Campaign Launch Red Carpet Roundup

The Tiffany & Co. Paper Flowers event and Believe In Dreams campaign launch on Thursday (May 3) in New York City was positively brimming with beautiful fashion moments. Attendees joined Sarah PaulsonGreta GerwigZendaya Coleman and Elle Fanning.

Hailey Baldwin: The model showed a softer side in Ellery Fall 2018. This was a nice change of pace from her typical on-trend style. There’s a magical quality from the prismatic fabric, silver shoes and pared-back styling.

Yara Shahidi: The ‘Grown-ish’ actress looked elegant in Prada. Given some of the high impact looks, I expected more drama from her. This still oozes sophistication, but I would have loved to see her in something head-turning like her Marie Claire’s 5th Annual ‘Fresh Faces’ look.

Naomi Campbell: Combining a whimsical white coat with a sultry dress, she most definitely made a statement in Sukeina Fall 2018. The juxtaposition of the angelic frills with the sensual dress is dynamic and her unique interpretation of whimsy. Some might find it jarring, but it did succeed in commanding attention.

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06.03.18

Models @ The Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Models stormed the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 4) in Beverly Hills, California, with a range of head-turning looks—for better or worse.

Alessandra Ambrosio: The naked dress had another showing with this Ralph & Russo Couture embellished, sheer design, styled with Lorraine Schwartz jewels and Giuseppe Zanotti sandals. There will be no doubt her body isn’t rocking, but I know eyes will be rolling at the complete transparency of the look.

Ashley Graham: This Rubin Singer gown featured a recognizable, slit-to-there silhouette, but it was the gleaming sheen that upped the ante. A swept-back hairstyle and Sophia Webster sandals completed the look.

Lily Aldridge: The golden-goddess look served Lily well in this Versace liquid-gold gown that had a certain chainmail effect. Christian Louboutin heels and Bvlgari jewels and bag finished her glamorously regal entrance.

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Naomi Campbell In Vintage Pierre Cardin – The Commonwealth Fashion Exchange Reception

Naomi Campbell attended The Commonwealth Fashion Exchange reception held at Buckingham Palace on Monday (February 19) in London.

The supermodel stood out wearing a vintage Pierre Cardin silk gown.

I love how the sculptured bolero takes this look down an avant-garde path, but I’m not sure about the opera gloves and shoes with this look.

While this is vintage, the gloves were in danger making this look feel really dated.

Are you giving this look a yay or a nay for Nay Nay?

Giuseppe Zanotti Aleesha Clutch

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19.02.18

Front Row @ Burberry Fall 2018

None were eager to miss the Burberry Fall 2018 show on Saturday (February 17) as part of London Fashion Week, judging by a front row that was overflowing with fans of the iconic British label.

Sienna Miller:
If you thought you knew Burberry plaid, you might be challenged to think again given the actress’s fearless combo of the checquered patterns that maintained her free-spirited, boho style.

Keira Knightley: I will have to admit to not recognizing Keira at first. This play on proportions, between the boxy jacket and the frilly skirt, left a lot to be desired when it came to its figure-flattering qualities.

Zendaya Coleman:
Even when covered up in an oversized check coat, somehow Z still commands this look—and leaves me wanting to see the brashly bold, graphic ensemble beneath it all the more.

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22.01.18

Front Row @ Christian Dior Spring 2018 Couture

A couple of days after the Dior Homme show, more Dior-clad darlings descended on the Rodin Museum for the fashion house’s runway show, the first big one of Paris haute couture week on Monday (January 22).

Emily Blunt: Sleekly elegant styling was the only way to go for this ornately printed Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2018 frock, and Emily complied.

Annabelle Wallis: Statement shirts continue to be a relevant trend, and Annabelle’s fit the bill. I like how she styled it with the graphic jacket (which coincidentally reflected the show’s checquerboard set), high-waist, cropped trousers, and hat for a slice of Parisian rebel-chic.

Willow Smith: Perhaps taking a cue from the surrealist mood of the show in her white eye makeup, Willow offered a more girly perspective than we would expect from her urban-cool style in this sheer tulle gown juxtaposed with a tuxedo vest.

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