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Olivia Wilde In Dolce & Gabbana & Rosie Assoulin – 23rd Annual Hamptons Film Festival & ‘Meadowland’ New York Premiere

Olivia Wilde In Dolce & Gabbana & Rosie Assoulin - 23rd Annual Hamptons International Film Festival

Olivia Wilde served up two looks while promoting her latest movie, ‘Meadowland’ this weekend.

Chairman’s Reception Hamptons International Film Festival: On Saturday (October 10) she donned a Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2015 look. Had it not been for the runway image, I would’ve said she mismatched her look as the top and skirt don’t work together for me.

‘Meadowland’ New York Premiere: Things improved somewhat for the premiere on Sunday (October 12) where the actress wore an bi-colour Rosie Assoulin Resort 2016 gown. I love cut-out flower bodice and flower at the skirt hem design which gives this piece a very unique stance. If it weren’t for the fit issues, I would’ve loved this.

Rosie Assoulin

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Olivia Wilde In Mary Katrantzou – 2015 Global Citizen Festival In Central Park To End Extreme Poverty By 2030

Olivia Wilde In Mary Katrantzou - 2015 Global Citizen Festival In Central Park To End Extreme Poverty By 2030

Olivia Wilde attended the Global Citizen Festival to end extreme poverty by 2030 in Central Park on Saturday (September 26) in New York City.

Displaying her true colours in more ways than one, the actress paired the rainbow-inspired, op-art stripes of her Mary Katrantzou Resort 2016 multi-hued skirt with a festival T-shirt showing her solidarity for the cause.

What’s more, she upped the ante on urban hip-hop edge with a black leather biker jacket and sneakers, entirely making this look her own.

On paper, it shouldn’t work. But in execution, she delivers this look with a punchy hit of glorious attitude.

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Olivia Wilde In Reformation – ‘The Wolfpack’ New York Premiere

Olivia Wilde In Reformation - 'The Wolfpack' New York Premiere

Olivia Wilde attended ‘The Wolfpack’ New York premiere at the Sunshine Landmark on Tuesday (June 9) in New York City.

Serving up summer inspiration, the actress wore a Reformation halter dress which combines two types of bold floral prints giving this look a patchwork effect.

While I’m celebrating her stepping into summer and not opting for an LBD, I have to say I’m not a fan of the red sandals with this look.

I would’ve pretty much settled for white over the red.

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Olivia Wilde In Prada – 2015 Met Gala

Olivia Wilde In Prada - 2015 Met Gala

Olivia Wilde was accompanied by her beau Jason Sudeikis to the 2015 Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City tonight (May 4).

For the affair, Olivia wore a bright pink Prada gown with intricate beading and equally as dazzling jewel-encrusted gloves and Prada clutch. Solange Azagury-Partridge earrings are the only additional accouterments.

While there is a whole lot of beading on this look, I really love how well it all works together. Rather than competing for attention, it works together to offer one complete, bold, eye-catching look.

I also absolutely love Olivia’s headwrap, and think it’s a great addition to the look, and her bold smokey eye leaves me giving the complete package a big thumbs up.

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Olivia Wilde In Christian Dior – ‘Sleeping With Other People’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Olivia Wilde In Christian Dior - 'Sleeping With Other People' Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis attended the premiere of ‘Sleeping With Other People’ during the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival at BMCC Tribeca PAC, on Tuesday (April 21) in New York City.

Olivia Wilde: The actress continues her dominance on the red carpet during this festival, wearing another Dior look from the Pre-Fall 2015 collection. I love the futuristic vibe of this look imbued by the black sequin high neck top. Olivia has been so masterful in delivering a selection of looks, each one more intriguing than the last.

Jason Sudeikis: The actor does love a windowpane suit and I can see why, when the fabrication mixed with the traditional construction speaks of nothing but sartorial elegance.

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