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Camila Cabello In Monique Lhuillier – 2017 Latin Grammy Awards

Continuing to show her softer side, Camila Cabello attended the 2017 Latin Grammy Awards on Thursday (November 16) in Las Vegas, Nevada, joining Roselyn Sanchez and Ana De Armas.

Following the Latin Recording Academy’s 2017 Person Of The Year gala, the singer donned another whimsical Monique Lhuillier Resort 2018 gown.

I was totally enamored by this beautiful princess moment.

The tulle base flecked with multicoloured sparkles and the muted watercolour design played into the Disney-esqe theme splendidly.

Was this too saccharine or are you loving this look as much a I am?

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Alexa Chung In ALEXACHUNG – Tiffany & Co. Boutique Selfridges Birmingham Opening

Alexa Chung unveiled the Tiffany & Co. boutique at Selfridges on Thursday (November 16) in Birmingham, England.

We haven’t seen much of the designer/model in her own collection, but on this occasion she selected a pink taffeta sweetheart neckline dress from her ALEXACHUNG Fall 2017 collection.

I recently received a message telling me that my critiques were too harsh, so I’m going to sum up my feeling about the construction of this dress from the waist down in one word. YIKES.

The only thing I would really save here is the Tiffany & Co. jewels.

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Roselyn Sanchez In Willfredo Gerardo – 2017 Latin Grammy Awards

Roselyn Sanchez joined Ana De Armas at the 2017 Latin Grammy Awards on Thursday (November 16) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The model and actress was clad in Willfredo Gerardo, a designer known for his glamorous, figure-flattering gowns.

This black frock certainly epitomizes the aesthetic. There is an elegance and grace about the dramatic dress, even with the slashes across the abs.

Its overall effect is striking, but it is the subtle details that left a lasting impression on me, such as the way the shape of the cut-outs mimicked that of the neckline.

Proving no detail was overlooked, she wrapped her ponytail in black fabric, mirroring the open detail on the stomach.

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Rita Ora In Zuhair Murad Couture – 2017 Bambi Awards

After failing to humor you with her bathrobe look at the 2017 MTV EMAs, Rita Ora objective was to dazzle you at the 2017 Bambi Awards.

The singer, who performed at the event, opted for a highly glamorous look wearing a Zuhair Murad Fall 2017 Couture gown adorned with crystal embellishments and feathers.

I know what you’re thinking? Beyonce wants her gown back, but I kinda like this look in this setting.

The Bambi Awards has always been about the “go big gowns”.

You remember Heidi Klum’s Zac Posen gown and Rita’s Marchesa look from 2015?

This is not the event to play it safe.

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Ana De Armas In Ralph & Russo Couture – 2017 Latin Grammy Awards

Ana De Armas made a silver statement at the 2017 Latin Grammy Awards on Thursday (November 16) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Clad in Ralph & Russo Fall 2017 Couture, the Cuban actress exuded ethereal beauty. We mostly think of whimsical looks as being long and flowing, but the layers of tinsel-like fabric created a magical effect.

The addition of the silver bodice could have been too much, but its armor-like finish against the tufts of darker fabric left me awestruck.

The black belt and pointed-toe pumps tempered the dramatic dress wonderfully.

Are you charmed by this look?

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Diane Kruger In Giambattista Valli Couture – 2017 Bambi Awards

Diane Kruger joined Claudia Schiffer for the 2017 Bambi Awards on Thursday (November 16) in Berlin, Germany, where she picked up Special Prize of the Jury for ‘In The Fade’ with Faith Akin.

The German actress wore a gorgeous Giambattista Valli Fall 2017 Couture two-piece which had this intriguing juxtaposition of being princess like yet edgy. Which has always been Diane’s red carpet M.O.

If I was going to nitpick. I would say that I wish she hadn’t over-lined the skirt as she did.

The runway version was perhaps too sheer, but I love the lighter-than-air ethereal nature.

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