Natalie Dormer In Alberta Ferretti – 2018 BAFTAs

Following the pre-party, Natalie Dormer graced the 2018 BAFTAs in London this evening (February 18).

You’ll be surprised to learn that supplying so many black dresses for events like this and the Golden Globes is no mean feat, so Natalie turned to Alberta Ferretti to create a gown especially for the occasion.

The design is fairly simple, so I love how the look is elevated with a sheer chiffon train for a dramatic and timelessly glamorous finish.

I’m going back and forth on the tasseled earrings.

Should she have lost the earrings or worn her hair up?

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Natalie Dormer In Sandra Mansour – EE British Academy Film Awards Nominees Party

Natalie Dormer twinkled at the EE British Academy Film Awards nominees party at Kensington Palace on Saturday (February 17) in London, England.

The former ‘Game of Thrones’ star was clad in a Sandra Mansour Spring 2018 gown. The style had a delightful ethereal quality from the speckled sheer fabric and ruffled sleeves.

The sweetness was tempered with the sheer elements and neutral colour, the latter of which complemented her complexion and hair.

I’m sure many will be pleased she lined the skirt as it brings emphasis to the frothy neckline now that that are no visible underwear seams.

A Jimmy Choo bag and shoes and ALINKA jewellery finished off the soft look.

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2017 MTV EMAs Red Carpet Roundup

While many will still be talking about Rita Ora’s double bathrobe moment at the 2017 MTV EMAs on Sunday (November 12) in London, there were plenty of other daring looks to likewise borrow some of the spotlight.

Leomie Anderson: I love how the model looked to vintage Vivienne Westwood inspiration in this Fall 1994 look. Her high ponytail and combat boots added another layer of sassy edge to the look that had plenty of modern edge.

Demi Lovato: Proving that plaid and a paper-bag waist can somehow maintain a sexy appeal, Demi worked the proportions of this Styland suit to her advantage. Giuseppe Zanotti plafforms were clearly necessary given the length of the pants, with Messika jewelry rounding out the look. If the super-long extensions get a pass, it’s only because of this being a MTV occasion.

Tallia Storm: Her Topshop ‘Cosmic Star’ embellished slip dress offered an accessible interpretation on red-carpet dressing. I can easily see the socks and platforms being a sticking point, however, they did bring funky appeal, with an Alexander McQueen clutch for a bit of overt British flavour to finish the look.

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2017 GQ Men of The Year Awards Red Carpet Roundup

Many more femmes took to the GQ Men of The Year Awards red carpet to celebrate the fellas on Tuesday (September 5) in London.

Jourdan Dunn: I love how the flash of red brought an eye-catching finesse to the supermodel’s Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2013 Couture sculpted gown that celebrated sumptuous velvet, as we transition into fall-facing looks.

Winnie Harlow: While Winne wore her Julien Macdonald Fall 2017 chainmail-esque harness gown with model prowess, it still seems to be something we’ve seen before. Sheer? Check. Slit to there? Check. The sultry glamour in her long waves and matte red lip also contributed to the overtly sexy vibe.

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