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Nicole Kidman In Versace – The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

As Nicole Kidman continues to promote ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer,’ she swung by ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ on Monday (October 23) in New York City.

After a more whimsical, girly outing, she returned to structured elegance in this Versace look from the Spring 2018 tribute collection.

I love how this asymmetrical, square shoulder jacket referenced the Versace archives while presenting a thoroughly modern take on classic, voguish glamour.

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Nicole Kidman In No. 21 – ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’ Press Event

Nicole Kidman continued to enchant me at ‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’ press event in New York on Saturday (October 21).

The ‘Big Little Lies’ actress has been flitting between sexy elegance and whimsical confections with each new appearance. This time, she opted for the latter with a No. 21 Spring 2018 dress.

She elevated the prim patterned ensemble with chandelier earrings and embellished sandals. I commend her for taking it in a different direction than the runway look, but I do miss the colour jolt from the hot pink and black heels. Thoughts?

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Nicole Kidman In Versace – 2017 CMT Artists Of The Year

Nicole Kidman was back on the red carpet for the 2017 CMT Artists Of The Year on Wednesday (October 18) in Nashville, Tennessee, where she joined country singer husband Keith Urban.

The ‘Big Little Lies’ actress wore a Versace Spring 2018 pale pink velvet dress which paid homage to the 80s powerful women with powerful shoulders.

We all know she can serve up movie star elegance with her eyes close, so when she wears something that presents such a strong impression, you have to stand up and take notice.

I’m sure some will question why she wore her hair down with those architectural shoulders, but I’m thankful that things have improved massively in the hair department considering her last outing.

Styled with a mirrored Versace clutch and silver sandals.

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12.10.17

Nicole Kidman In Prada – ‘Killing Of A Sacred Deer’ London Film Festival Premiere

Nicole Kidman’s ‘Killing of a Sacred Deer’ promo tour started in Cannes on a high note, so delighted us by going yet another step further this evening (October 12) for the London Film Festival premiere.

The Australian actress brought movie star glamour to the red carpet wearing a Prada silver off the shoulder embellished gown, which is the most beautiful Prada gown I have seen since Lea Seydoux 2015 BAFTAs outing.

I’m actually lost for words and engulfed in goosebumps as these are the kind of red carpet moments that I live for.

Just when I thought I had narrowed down my BDOTW list down to two, Nicole throws me a BDOTY worthy look.

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Nicole Kidman In Ulyana Sergeenko Couture – Big Little Night

Nicole Kidman spoke about her experience filming the Emmy Award winning ‘Big Little Lies’ during the ‘Big Little Night’ event to benefit Futures Without Violence on Tuesday (September 19) in San Francisco, California.

Considering the event, my first reaction is that Nicole was a tad overdressed in her Ulyana Sergeenko Fall 2017 Couture dress.

I adore seeing sexy Nicole, but I don’t believe a strapless dress with a sheer peek-a-boo bodice was the right choice for this event.

This for me was a classic case of right dress, wrong occasion.

She should’ve saved this for the Grammys or the CMAs.

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18.09.17

Nicole Kidman In Calvin Klein by Appointment – 2017 Emmy Awards

Nicole Kidman took her turn on the red carpet of the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 17) in Los Angeles.

The ‘Big Little Lies’ star wore a Calvin Klein by Appointment gown with pink Calvin Klein satin sandals and over $2 million worth of Harry Winston jewelry.

This gown is just so lovely, and as usual, Nicole looks beautiful. But I can’t help but be a little underwhelmed. I just feel like we’ve seen this before.

But, I must note that pairing light pink shoes with a bright red gown is unexpected, and while it’s quite subtle and was probably missed by many, I love the concept.

So what do you think: Are you more excited by this than I am?

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