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Rooney Mara In Alexander McQueen – Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences’ 7th Annual Governors Awards

Rooney Mara In Alexander McQueen - Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences’ 7th Annual Governors Awards

Rooney Mara attended the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 7th annual Governors Awards on Saturday (November 14) in Hollywood, California.

The actress managed to stay off the all black or white path she usually favours for yet another look from the Alexander McQueen Spring 2016 collection.

Some might feel the lace ruffled skirt is too similar to the McQueen gown she wore to the ‘Carol’ London premiere last month, but I feel the military style jacket gives this romantic look a different dimension and should be judged separately.

Thoughts?

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Rooney Mara In Alexander McQueen – ‘Carol’ London Film Festival Screening

Rooney Mara In Alexander McQueen - 'Carol' London Film Festival Premiere

Following the photocall, Rooney Mara attended the screening of ‘Carol’ during the BFI London Film Festival at the Odeon Leicester Square this evening (October 14).

Garnering a pretty feminine silhouette that instantly imparts evening elegance, the actress wore a ruffled fine lace knitted nude gown from Alexander McQueen’s Spring 2015.

We are used to her serving up romance in an edgy, gothic manner, but on this occasion she captured the mood in the most simple and sensual way.

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Rooney Mara In Giambattista Valli – ‘Carol’ London Film Festival Photocall

Rooney Mara In Giambattista Valli - 'Carol' London Film Festival Photocall

Rooney Mara attended the photocall for her latest movie,’ Carol’ during the BFI London Film Festival at Soho Hotel this afternoon (October 14).

I’m sure you went the same process of feeling a sense of joy upon seeing the star wearing this Giambattista Valli Resort 2016 ruffle accented dress, only for those feelings to be stamped upon when you scrolled down to the shoes.

This kinda takes me back to the bad old days when Tribtoos and Maniacs black pumps ruled the red carpet.

In what universe do those black pumps go with that dress?

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Rooney Mara In Chanel Couture – ‘Carol’ New York Film Festival Premiere

Rooney Mara In Chanel Couture - 'Carol' New York Premiere

After giving us a glimmer of colour and a smile, it was back to black for Rooney Mara who attended the premiere of ‘Carol’ during the 53rd New York Film Festival on Friday (October 9).

While some have struggled to make pieces from Chanel’s Fall 2015 Couture collection translate well on the red carpet, Rooney had no such trouble.

Serving up plenty of charm and mystique this truly captivating piece couldn’t have been a more perfect fit for her gothic romantic style.

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Rooney Mara In Dolce & Gabbana – Late Night with Seth Meyers

Rooney Mara In Dolce & Gabbana - Late Night with Seth Meyers

Rooney Mara made a guest appearance on ‘Late Night with Seth Meyers’ on Wednesday (October 6), where she promoted her latest movie ‘Pan’.

Serving up a double rarity – colour and a smile – the actress was in very high spirits wearing a Dolce & Gabbana oxblood-red jacquard dress.

Ok, so it’s still in her dark and mysterious comfort-zone, but a refreshing break from the norm nonetheless.

Given a tougher stance with booties, beauty wise it was also nice to see a different hairstyle from Rooney.

I would like to think that this might signal a style shift from Rooney, but I will not be holding my breath.

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You can buy Rooney’s Dolce & Gabbana Jacquard A-Line Dress from Saks.com.

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Rooney Mara In Giambattista Valli Couture – ‘Pan’ New York Premiere

Rooney Mara In Giambattista Valli Couture - 'Pan' New York Premiere

Rooney Mara attended the ‘Pan’ premiere at Ziegfeld Theater on Sunday (October 4) in New York City.

The actress wore a Giambattista Valli Fall 2015 Couture pretty embroidered dress with coral stone appliqués.

I love how this distinctly feminine number focus on romance, but a part of me is longing for some drama.

Even though I am not the biggest fan of mullet dresses, I would’ve been intrigued to see the black overlay as a long black train. However, on this black carpet it would’ve been lost.

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