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19.06.17

Olivia Munn In Diane von Furstenberg – Proactiv Event

I couldn’t help but gravitate towards Olivia Munn’s electric-sapphire statement for a Proactiv event on Saturday (June 17) in New York City.

What didn’t resonate quite so well was how dangerously high this signature Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress was spliced.

The flash of panties had to have been nearly unavoidable, as it seemed as if the fabric just fell short of fully wrapping round.

Matching Christian Louboutin ‘Pigalle’ heels created a seamless look, with a lovely cherry-red lip to finish out the vibrant colour story that was quite stunning on the dark-haired actress.

In theory, I still loved the look for its striking shade and delightful femininity. It’s a shame about the slit.

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06.06.17

2017 CFDA Fashion Awards Red Carpet Roundup

A number of stars put their best fashionable foot forwards on Monday (June 5) at the 2017 CFDA Fashion Awards red carpet.

Jamie Alexander: I love the armour-like details on this Marc Bouwer dress, particularly the gorgeous sleeves. Jamie’s up-do looks suitably fierce, as are the beautiful Jennifer Meyer earrings, which drop like swords. The Giuseppe Zanotti sandals and gold clutch are suitably subtle too.

Meg Ryan: Understated yet opulent Meg’s Christian Siriano gown flowed perfectly. As effortless as this look was it risked being a tad vanilla. Monique Péan jewels did little to save the look.

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Olivia Munn In Redemption – 2017 Billboard Music Awards

Olivia Munn went down the seductive route for the 2017 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday (May 21) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Weightless silk chiffon and a floral embroidery make this floor-sweeping gown a bohemian but luxe statement from Redemption.

For a music awards show, the sheerness is expected, and I have to say I don’t mind it on this occasion as it doesn’t feel like an attention-seeking option.

Le Vian , DVANI and Borgioni jewels added a slight edge to this look.

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Olivia Munn In Giambattista Valli – 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Olivia Munn was another lady in red at the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (February 26).

The actress a predictably romantic Giambattista Valli Pre-Fall 2017 gown.

I can’t say this was an entirely exciting choice from Olivia, but I was swept away by its overall elegance.

Jimmy Choo heels and a matching red clutch completed the look.

Was the clutch too matchy matchy here?

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05.05.15

Olivia Munn In J. Mendel – 2015 Met Gala

Olivia Munn In J Mendel - 2015 Met Gala

Olivia Munn made a high drama statement on the red carpet of the 2015 Met Gala in New York City tonight (May 4).

The actress wore an intricately pleated J. Mendel gown with drape-away sleeves and bold colors, and while Olivia often has an appealing ‘everygirl’ quality about her, that is nowhere to be found tonight. She looks as glamorous as I’ve ever seen her, and I love every aspect of it.

Despite how much is going on with the draping and color-fading of the dress, Olivia continued to editorialize the look with huge diamond jewels and red and black nail art, and while it was a risk, I think that risk totally paid off.

Word on the street is that Olivia was invited to sit at Anna Wintour’s head table tonight, and hopefully she’ll make as good of an impression on the Anna as she has on me.

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28.04.15 Sidewalk Style

Olivia Munn In Mary Katrantzou – Out In West Hollywood

Olivia Munn In Mary Katrantzou - Out In West Hollywood

Olivia Munn was spotted headed to Craig’s restaurant in West Hollywood, California on Monday (April 27).

I instantly fell in love with her colourful, playful and cool Mary Katrantzou playsuit, which reads easy elegance.

The impeccable styling only deepens my desire to own this one-piece. I would’ve perhaps opted for red sandals, but the red Kurt Geiger ‘Britton’ pouch and nude sandals ensures the focus is kept up top.

J’Adore.

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You can buy Olivia’s Mary Katrantzou Floral Print Playsuit from farfetch.com US and farfetch.com

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