Olivia Wilde In Valentino – 5th Annual Save The Children Illumination Gala

Joining Jennifer Garner, Olivia Wilde attended the 5th Annual Save The Children Illumination Gala on Wednesday (October 18) in New York City.

The actress donned a fresh-from-the-runway Valentino Spring 2018 dress. Unlike a lot of eveningwear which is either sexy or moody, Olivia’s ankle-length dress presented a joyful mood thanks to the multicoloured polka dots and frill sleeves. Despite the fun pattern, it retained a sense of sophistication thanks to the long sleeves and flowing skirt.

Irene Neuwirth jewels, an Edie Parker ‘Wolf Shard’ clutch and sparkling silver shoes enhanced the dress’s spirit.

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Through Her Lens: The Tribeca Chanel Women’s Filmmaker Program Luncheon

The Through Her Lens: The Tribeca Chanel Women’s Filmmaker Program Luncheon was hosted on Tuesday (October 17) in New York City, with a number of Chanel-clad darlings in attendance.

Olivia Wilde: I liked where Olivia was going with the classic tweed skirt juxtaposed with the edgier spirit of the casual-mod cropped tee. It was the ill-fitting tweed jacket that I couldn’t get on board with in this look.

Dakota Fanning: Imbued with girly charm, this little frock balanced sweetness and sophistication.

Rachel Weisz: Elements of fringe and tassels offered an added moment of flair to this tweed look. Were you wishing for a contrasting shoe that was set apart from her tights?

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Olivia Wilde In Alice + Olivia – Watch What Happens Live

Olivia Wilde let her skirt do all the talking—or at least some of it—when she sat down with host Andy Cohen for ‘Watch What Happens Live’ and fellow special guest, Anderson Cooper.

The actress, who is starring in the new ‘1984’ play, donned Alice + Olivia Resort 2018 shorts with a poufy black overskirt that was artfully scrawled with ‘FEMINIST’-embroidered sequins.

Slogan pieces can sometimes venture over-the-top, but on Olivia, she maintained a chic, sleek edge to the in-your-face boldness; her styling deserving of the credit with a simple black T-shirt and the punchy accents of her bold red Jennifer Behr headband, Jennifer Fisher earrings and heels.

The Alice + Olivia feminism-promoting skirt is just one example of fashion’s literal, slogan-heavy feminist movement that have been seen from other designers the likes of Christian Dior (‘We Should All Be Feminists’ tee) and Prabal Gurung (‘The Future is Female’ shirt).

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Olivia Wilde In Burberry – ‘Live with Kelly and Ryan’

Olivia Wilde, who is currently making her Broadway debut in ‘1984’, was spotted making her way to a studio in New York City for her guest appearance on ‘Live with Kelly & Ryan’ yesterday (July 6).

With an increasing amount of velvet worn by celebs lately, it was refreshing to see this summery Burberry Spring 2017 dress.

But this dress is more than just as dress; it’s a work of art in its own right, paying homage to one of Britain’s most famed artists, Henry Moore.

Acting as an elegant canvas for drawings taken from 1943’s Framed Heads and 1937’s Reclining Figures, this captivating midi was simply styled with white Stella Luna ‘Cigarette’ pumps and chic shades.

Burberry Framed Heads and Reclining Figures print dress

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Olivia Wilde In Miu Miu – ‘1984’ Broadway Opening Night

Olivia Wilde put her best thespian foot forward as she attended the opening night of her new Broadway play, ‘1984’.

Donning an artsy smock-style Miu Miu Pre-Fall 2017 dress, she looked like she’d stepped straight out of the 40’s.

The whole collection has a pervading sense of nostalgia, which is seen here with the ankle length skirt, cuff sleeves, and vintage neck ties.

I love the pops of red coming from the low shoes, clutch, and lip, which add some glamour to this look.

As always, Olivia wears this ensemble with ease and grace. Another timeless ensemble, wouldn’t you agree?

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