Solange Knowles In Milly & Rosie Assoulin – Rimowa Store Miami Opening

Solange Knowles In Rosie Assoulin - Rimowa Store Miami Opening

Solange Knowles attended the Rimowa store opening on Wednesday (December 3) in Miami, Florida.

Following her amazing wedding celebrations, which saw her looking breathtaking in a Kenzo gown, I am slightly less enthused about this Rosie Assoulin Fall 2014 look.

I wish the white Milly crop top was better fitted. It’s throwing me off really appreciating this look.

For a while I was on the fence with the tangy orange lip, however, I like how it clashes with the saffron hue of her oversized pants.

Do you like this look or, like me, do you believe it isn’t quite up to her usual standards?

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Solange Knowles Wore A Kenzo Gown & Three Stéphane Rolland Couture Jumpsuits On Her Wedding Day

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Solange Knowles officially tied the knot with long-time beau Alan Ferguson in New Orleans on Sunday (November 16) in front of 200 family and friends, including big sis Beyonce Knowles, Blue Ivy, Jay Z and Tina Knowles.

The bride wore a stunning ivory cape gown created by Humberto Leon for Kenzo. The stunning gown will no doubt bring plenty of Gwyneth Paltrow in Tom Ford comparisons; however, she makes this look her own with the Jill for Lady Gray cuffs, bright red lips and teased to new heights ‘fro.

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Solange Knowles In Josh Goot – Derby Day

Solange Knowles In Josh Goot - Derby Day

From Manila to Melbourne, Solange Knowles took her sartorial style down under for Derby Day held at Flemington Racecourse on Saturday (November 1) in Australia.

The singer/DJ supported local designer Josh Goot, by wearing a grid printed dress featuring a halter neck, open back, peplum waist and a tonal printed sheer organza skirt from his Resort 2015 collection.

While this perhaps needed to be taken in at the waist a little, I’m still in awe of this look.

Styled simply with black strappy sandals, she opted to forgo the obligatory hat in favour for some dramatic eye makeup.

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Solange Knowles In Joseph – Joseph Philippines Store Opening

Solange Knowles In Joseph - Joseph Philippines Store Opening

British luxury label Joseph celebrated the launch of its first store in the Philippines with a party on Friday (October 31) at its SM Aura boutique in Manila.

The brand hosted an evening of entertainment with a DJ set by Solange Knowles.

Opting for the brand’s classic tailored pieces, I love the oversized nature of this look, with the longer-length blazer and padded shoulders giving this a more masculine feel, as we’ve seen so many menswear-inspired looks on female celebs in a much more slender silhouette.

Fashion-forward shades, nude Pierre Hardy sandals and a berry lip rounded out this classic, cool look with a twist.

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Solange Knowles In H&M Studio Collection – 2014 MTV Video Music Awards #VMA


Solange Knowles strutted her style on the red carpet of the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards tonight (August 24) at The Forum in Los Angeles.

The singer wore a sparkling tuxedo-inspired suit from H&M’s Studio Collection with black Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudist’ sandals and a Stephen Webster bracelet and tooth ring along with various XIV Karat jewels.

You can always count on Solange to have both fashion and beauty fun, and she certainly doesn’t disappoint tonight. I’m loving this boxier take on the lady’s tux trend we’ve been seeing on the red carpet–it’s strong and sexy.

Her gorgeous natural hair, nude lips and orange false lashes offer the feminine touch to the ensemble.

So tell me: Are you as obsessed with this look as I am?

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Solange Knowles For Lucky Magazine August 2014


Solange Knowles graces the cover for ‘Lucky’ magazine’s August 2014 issue wearing a mix of summer hues whilst sporting gorgeous natural locks.

The rest of her editorial is equally colourful, seeing her wearing pieces from Alexander Wang and Kenzo, plus super-chic shades from Karen Walker, solidifying her fashionista status.

Despite ‘Lucky’ being a fashion magazine, they of course had to bring up the elevator fracas with brother-in-law Jay Z, but Solange Knowles insists things are fine between her and her sister Beyonce.

Here are some extracts from her interview.

On the elevator fight: ‘What’s important is that my family and I are all good. What we had to say collectively was in the statement that we put out, and we all feel at peace with that.[…] We’ve always held each other down no matter what. That’s something I’m drilling into Julez now.”

On touring with Destiny’s Child: ‘I had no idea how to dance hip-hop at the time. I was trained in classical ballet. But it sounded chill and I was going to make a little weekly check and be with my whole family, so I said okay. I loved traveling. We were in Europe for a month, and that’s when my musical eyes opened up. There, Björk was on pop radio. She wasn’t some obscure underground thing like she was in America.’

On her injury which forced her to take a year off from dancing: ‘Dance had been my everything since I was a little girl and all of a sudden I couldn’t do it. Some beautiful things came out of that year but also some painful things. I started writing songs because I had all of these emotions that were so real.’

On sharing her music with Kelly Rowland first but being too nervous to tell her parents: ‘Kelly’s like a sister. When I let her hear my music, she said, “I want you to write for my album.” That gave me a lot of confidence.’

On why she decided to move to New Orleans: ‘I lived in New York and L.A. and they were different worlds I learned to navigate. Fashion and music have so many elements I’m connected to, but they also have parts that I’m not so interested in. I can step in and step out of those worlds. Being in New Orleans gives me space.’

On how she keeps it together: ‘I think about all of those phases that I went through and the ridicule and whatever that I experienced. And I can’t think of one time where I ever felt like I was going to break. That’s because I had confidence instilled in me by my parents. They didn’t always like it—in fact, most of the time they didn’t—but they never asked me to change.’

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