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Sarah Paulson In Valentino – ‘Ocean’s 8’ London Premiere

Sarah Paulson joined Sandra Bullock, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling and Cate Blanchett on the red carpet this evening (June 13) for the ‘Ocean’s 8’ London premiere.

The actress was showcasing her sartorial style once again in Valentino’s Fall 2018 hot-pink asymmetric, scalloped dress.

She is the fashion gift that just keeps on giving.

When everyone is going right, she’s taking a side step to the left, daring to be different and producing awe inspiring results.

Even with these standout looks, I still feel that Sarah is hugely underrated and deserves more credit for her unique choices.

I don’t think she’ll top the Prada dress this year for me (although I hope she does), but this comes a close second.

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Sarah Paulson In Prada – ‘Ocean’s 8’ World Premiere

I was charmed by Sarah Paulson at the CFDA Awards, but I was blown away by her Prada look at the ‘Ocean’s 8’ world premiere in New York City last night (June 6).

This is the Sarah Paulson I know and love.

Her Prada dress embellished with fluorescent green sequin fringes slapped me like a cool breeze in the Sahara desert.

Edgy and unique, without being contrived. Fashion forward, but yet so feminine.

This is one of my favourites from Sarah this year.

Imagine this at the 2016 Met Gala for the ‘Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology’ theme. She would’ve won the night like she did last night.

Jennifer Meyer jewels and custom-dyed satin Brian Atwood ‘Karin’ sandals to match her dress completed her look.

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Sarah Paulson In Brock Collection – 2018 CFDA Fashion Awards

Sarah Paulson was joined by jeweller Irene Neuwirth on the red carpet for the 2018 CFDA Fashion Awards on Monday (June 4) at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City.

The actress, who was taking a break from her ‘Ocean’s 8’ promo tour wore a beautiful Brock Collection dress.

I know some of you have had issues with this label, mostly when worn by Margot Robbie, but this Pre-Fall 2018 off-the-shoulder dress, awash with vintage-tinted florals in a hyper-feminine silhouette, is simply breath-taking.

Sarah can tend to veer towards a more darker colour palette, so this was very refreshing for me.

Velvet pink accessories included Chloe Gosselin sandals and a Tyler Ellis clutch and she honoured her escort for the night by wearing Irene Neuwirth jewels.

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