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Olivia Palermo rocks a French girl style Self-Portrait summer jumpsuit

Olivia Palermo was looking relaxed, super comfortable and oh-so-chic in her Self-Portrait Spring 2017 casual jumpsuit, which was the perfect item for her to switch gears.

I’ll admit, I didn’t like this at first, but I like that the foundation is simple and neutral with the addition of unexpected elements such as the buttons, trims, cut-out and lace which makes it all the more interesting and appealing.

I also love how the high-waisted fit and flared cuffs give the bottoms a 70’s-inspired touch.

Yes, there are some fit issues top end, but I’m loving this nonetheless.

Simple sneakers, Dior shades and a ‘Severine’ bag from her recently launched collaboration with meli melo, completed her look.

07.08.17

Women’s Health and Feed 2017 Party Under the Stars Party

A group of femmes descended on the Women’s Health and FEED’s sixth annual Party Under the Stars in Bridgehampton, New York on Saturday (August 5).

Olivia Palermo: Chic and breezy, Olivia donned a Diane von Furstenberg polka-dot maxi skirt that had a distinct ladylike modernity when paired with a lace ruffle blouse and metallic-accented sandals.

Freida Pinto: You may know Self-Portrait for its feminine, lace frocks. But, with this Resort 2018 ensemble, the brand explored ruffles and pleats in an eye-catching, black-and-white palette that Freida showed off beautifully with Kate Spade New York ‘Orchid’ sandals.

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05.07.17

Front Row @ Elie Saab Fall 2017 Couture

The Elie Saab Fall 2017 Couture show was held on Wednesday (July 5) during Paris Fashion Week. Here, a glance at a few of the looks on the front row.

Nieves Alvarez: You may anticipate glittering embellishment and wispy chiffon with an Elie Saab look, but Nieves turned that notion on its head in this Elie Saab Spring 2017 jumpsuit styled with Giuseppe Zanotti sandals and a Bvlgari bag and jewels. Naturally, Nieves rocked this star power jumpsuit, and I love how sleekly fitted it was—not to mention its retro yet relevant influence in that flared leg.

Olivia Palermo: While Olivia did introduce some embellishment to her look, she moderated the effect of her bedazzled and feathered coat by contradictorily pairing it with ripped, cropped denim. The fringed, decorative mules tied the look together by echoing the statement jacket.

Clotilde Courau: With a more traditionally pretty Elie Saab look, Clotilde wore one of the designer’s gowns with this sheer number that was whimsically enlivened with luminescent, embroidered hearts throughout.

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04.07.17

Front Row @ Giambattista Valli Fall 2017 Couture

As we all know, Giambattista Valli makes the most beautiful, magical dresses, so when I see how both Celine Dion and Olivia styled their front row looks I’m slightly perplexed.

Spring dresses with heavy fall shoes? In July? Mid-heat wave?

Sorry, I just don’t get it.

I suppose I can give Olivia a pass as her oxfords ground her feminine guipure lace look, but there will be no such forgiveness for Celine.

Her velvet over-the-knee burgundy boots don’t make any sense plus they totally overcook the look.

I hope this isn’t the beginning of the decline for Dion.

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04.07.17

Front Row @ Schiaparelli Fall 2017 Couture

Olivia Palermo and Pixie Lott both wore their hearts on their sleeve—so to speak—while in attendance at the Schiaparelli Fall 2017 show on Monday (July 3) during Paris Fashion Week.

Olivia Palermo: This Schiaparelli look certainly captured my affection, several times over, as I was head over heels for its endearing spirit yet impossibly chic attitude. The darling whimsy of the heart, split open, on the crisply tailored dress was only magnified by the jacket—worn as a cape—with its hand-held heart embroidery.

Pixie Lott: The label’s heart motif showed up again in this free-flowing, red dress that definitely possessed its own charm. As for the notion that pink cannot be worn with red, Pixie would not subscribe as she brought in both hot neon and pastel varieties of the shade in shoes and hair, respectively.

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