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16.10.17

amfAR Los Angeles 2017

A crush of stars came out for amfAR Los Angeles 2017 on Friday (October 13) in Beverly Hills, California.

Heidi Klum: At this point, I’m always prepared to be disappointed with a Heidi look, but she actually stepped up to the plate in this Ralph & Russo Fall 2017 Couture gown that was a far more modern and sophisticated form of glittery glam for her.  The look was of course styled with Lorraine Schwartz  jewels.

Dita Von Teese: Designer Ulyana Sergeenko and Dita are a perfect match, as can be seen in this Demi-Couture gown that prizes the feminine form with its provocative bustier silhouette and seductive thigh slit.

Kate Hudson: Playing to her buzz cut, Kate kept it cool and mod in this David Koma Resort 2018 gown that scintillated with mirror-like embellishment.  A Jimmy Choo ‘Cloud’ clutch completed her look.

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16.10.17

Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic

The Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic was held on Saturday (October 14) in Pacific Palisades, California, with a number of stars in attendance for the day of sport.

Tracee Ellis Ross: This look brought a big smile to my face, as I was immediately charmed by the Agnes B printed top and mustard-yellow Celine trousers. The star of the show was the Eric Javits hat, though, with Stuart Weitzman ‘Marlon’ shoes completing the typically quirky look. The shoes were funky, to be sure, but it was the Louis Vuitton clutch that I could have done without.

Camilla Belle: This Adeam Resort 2018 asymmetrical frock offered up such a delicately feminine vibe, with her pink lip echoing that spirit. Her block heels ensured there would be no sinking into the grass.

Kate Hudson: I loved the playfulness of this candy-stripe Johanna Ortiz Resort 2018 wide-leg jumpsuit, all tied up with its girlish bow. But, I would have been fearful that Kate would trip on the pants that puddled on the ground. The giant rosebud earrings were such fun as was the Clare V. ‘Petite Alice’ tote.

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18.09.17

Post Emmys Parties

Following the big show, came the Emmy’s after parties hosted by HBO and FOX which saw a few celebrities change into second looks.

Julianne Hough: When it comes to after-parties, the idea is to switch into something more comfortable to get your groove on without the fear of someone stepping on the train you’ve been carrying around during the awards ceremony, but Julianne has different idea. She used the occasion to dress up again, wearing a Monique Lhuillier Spring 2018 gown with a train longer than her Marchesa gown. I love the ethereal nature of the gown, but I really dislike the clutch here and I feel like she’s a tad overdressed for the occasion.

Sarah Hyland: When I look at Sarah in this Vatanika Spring 2018 LBD, I’m like, “yes, she gets it. She came to party”.

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17.09.17

2017 Entertainment Weekly Pre-Emmy Party

In advance of the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday, Entertainment Weekly hosted its Pre-Emmy Party on Friday (September 15) in West Hollywood, California.

Sophia Bush: This red Stella McCartney body-skimming dress with car wash slits held potential, but I wish the styling had been more complementary. A tonal red sandal like the Edie Parker clutch would have provided a more streamlined effect but I would have stopped the red at the makeup—red eye shadow is always a tough look to pull off.

Padma Lakshmi: The ‘Top Chef’ host also went bold with the eye shadow, hers an intense shade of violet. However, her sultry Cushnie et Ochs Spring 2018 floral-embroidered dress commanded enough attention on its own. I love that she didn’t resort to black pumps, but I’m wishing for a sandal here.

Mandy Moore
: With a shiny new play on an LBD, the ‘This Is Us’ actress donned a Sally LaPointe Pre-Fall 2017 sequin dress styled with Sophia Webster shoes and a red Jimmy Choo clutch. The style-forward edge of the turtleneck sweater piece grew on me, although at first, I did want to remove it.

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Sophia Bush In Wolford & By Johnny – Build Presents: The #NoHormonesPlz Initiative

Sophia Bush visited the Build Series to discuss ‘The #NoHormonesPlz Initiative’ on Thursday (July 13) in New York City.

She won me over immediately with her look that oozed ladylike-chic flair, providing a modern interpretation of pretty-in-pink—complete with flirty ponytail and all.

I love how the bold charcoal and black stripes pumped up the pastel-pink skirt from the By Johnny Fall 2017 collection, with the black Wolford top echoing the sleek contrast.

While I would have initially opted for black heels, the white Jimmy Choo ‘Anouk’ pumps created the perfect way to finish the look by echoing the same white colourway in the skirt.

Credit: By Johnny & Getty

13.06.17

2017 Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award

Max Mara celebrated Zoey Deutch as the 2017 Women In Film’s Face of the Future Award recipient on Monday (June 12) in LA, where other starlets joined in the festivities—all donning their Max Mara best.

Zoey Deutch: As the guest of honour, Zoey stood out in a striking red suit that delivered sultry intrigue amidst it menswear-inspired suiting. I love the balanced juxtaposition of the outsized, long blazer with the balconette bra and high-waist pant, all topped off with tonal Lizzie Fortunato tassel earrings.

Sophia Bush: Also looking to roomy, mannish proportions, Sophia was chic in this gray suiting. The cropped effect made it relevant and her styling, including white pumps and John Hardy jewels, made it effortless.

Olivia Culpo: Olivia wears sharp, clean lines so well, and this ensemble was witness to that with the well-tailored yet feminine blouse and the precision-fit, patterned pants.

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