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07.10.15

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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21.09.15 Premiere

Rooney Mara In Givenchy Couture – ‘Pan’ World Premiere

Rooney Mara In Givenchy Couture - ‘Pan’ World Premiere

Rooney Mara joined Suki Waterhouse and Cara Delevingne for the world premiere of ‘Pan’ at Odeon Leicester Square on Sunday (September 20) in London, England.

The actress served up no surprises by a. wearing black and b. wearing Givenchy.

Her black tulle ruffled embroidered Couture dress styled with Givenchy sandals and a black choker is a visually stunning and elegant, yet by the same token, it feels like ground-hog day.

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Rooney Mara In Olivier Theyskens for Rochas – ‘Carol’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Rooney Mara In Olivier Theyskens for Rochas - ‘Carol’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Rooney Mara attended the premiere of ‘Carol’ during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Sunday (May 17) in Cannes, France.

Making today an all white affair, the actress went back into the archives to unearth this beauty from the Olivier Theyskens for Rochas Fall 2005 collection.

Standing the test of time, the ethereal halter gown makes quite an impact with the super fine silk chiffon ruffles to the embroidery on the skirt.

As we expect, both the hair and makeup were kept simple with no jewels to speak of.

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Rooney Mara In Alexander McQueen – ‘Carol’ Cannes Film Festival Photocall

Rooney Mara In Alexander McQueen - 'Carol' Cannes Film Festival Photocall

Rooney Mara attended the ‘Carol’ photocall during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Sunday (May 17) in Cannes, France.

The actress wore an Alexander McQueen Pre-Fall 2015 ivory broderie anglaise dress styled with brands signature corset belt, and colour-coordinated Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudist’ sandals.

Even with the modern mannerisms this frock possess, I love that she evokes ethereal fairytale charm.

Perhaps the tonal effect with be rendered boring for some, but I’m just glad it’s not yet another black frock at a photocall.

I’m intrigued to see Rooney’s look this evening. No doubt it will be black; and possibly Givenchy.

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Rooney Mara In Celine – Vanity Fair and Barneys New York Dinner benefiting OXFAM

Rooney Mara In Celine - Vanity Fair and Barneys New York Dinner benefiting OXFAM

Rooney Mara hosted the Vanity Fair and Barneys New York Dinner benefiting OXFAM, which was held at the Chateau Marmont on Wednesday (February 18) in Los Angeles, California.

The actress of course wore black, selecting an oversized tunic and trouser look from Celine’s Spring 2015 collection.

Even with the attempt to emphasise feminine magnitude via the embellished cut-outs at the waist, this look falls flat for me.

I can usually stand behind most of Rooney’s all-black looks, but this does nothing but overwhelm her petite frame and bore me.

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