Emily Blunt In Alexander McQueen – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Emily Blunt was one of the many attendees at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 4) in Beverly Hills, California. She joined Zoe Kravitz, Emma Watson and Zendaya Coleman.

The ‘Mary Poppins Returns’ actress shone in an Alexander McQueen gown. The ornate style was bedecked with Art Nouveau flower and bird embroidery which was created with gold sequins and silver beaded outlines.

It was a change of pace from the ethereal Schiaparelli Couture dress she wore to the 2018 Oscars. It was decadent with the luxurious surface work playing off her blonde hair and jewellery.

Looking at it, you cannot tell whether it’s lined, partly lined or completely sheer, and that is exactly the type of illusion you want to create with a detailed piece such as this. It’s exquisite craftsmanship.

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2018 Film Independent Spirit Awards Red Carpet Roundup

There were plenty more stars who took to the red carpet for the 2018 Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday (March 3) in Santa Monica, California, joining Danai Gurira, Kerry Washington and Margot Robbie.

Saoirse Ronan: This Prada lime jacquard shift dress with multi-colour paillettes was perfectly suited to the fun, relaxed nature of the event. Matching Prada sandals and Piaget jewels completed the look.

Dree Hemingway: Also in Prada, I love the luxu boho vibe of her white and red dotted chiffon cap sleeve gown.

Allison Janney:
Bringing some high-glamour to the beach-side event, the ‘I, Tonya’ star looked breath-taking wearing a fuchsia Pamella Roland cut-out gown which perfectly showcased her gorgeous figure. Her matching sandals and emerald jewels couldn’t have been a more perfect fit.

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Jennifer Lawrence In Ralph Lauren & Alexander McQueen – ‘Red Sparrow’ Washington, DC Screening

Before exuding modern elegance at the 2018 BAFTAs, Jennifer Lawrence had already impressed me whilst at the ‘Red Sparrow’ Washington, DC screening on Thursday (February 15).

Many will note immediately that she was not dressed in Dior, rather opting for an ensemble that featured both Ralph Lauren and Alexander McQueen.

I love the sophisticated, contemporary quality offered by the tailored jacket, ensuring that the sexiness of the LBD and thigh-high boots was delivered at just the right pitch.

Styled with her necklace chains and a double French braid, the entire effect had a distinct cool-girl vibe that was edgy in all the right ways.

Would you agree?

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The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Visit To Norway – Day 1

After a second day in Sweden, the next leg of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s royal visit abroad took them to Oslo, Norway on Thursday (February 1).

Princess Ingrid Alexandra Sculpture Park: The Catherine Walker coat trend continued in full force for Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge with this beautiful blue rendition, the colour alone of which was so striking. The Lacorine faux fur hat contributed a richly warm and luxe form to echo the fur cuffs with Cornelia James gloves to round out the look.

‘MESH’ Workspace: Whilst visiting the workspace for start-up tech companies, Catherine continued the royal-blue theme with this Seraphine Maternity dress. I like the addition of the lace bodice and flutter sleeve for a feminine twist on her signature day dress.

Royal Palace Dinner: Those who weren’t so fond of her prior two Erdem floral dresses may find much more favour with this sweeping Alexander McQueen barely-blush gown that offered such a captivatingly romantic mood. I can just imagine the sweeping movement of those silky chiffon layers, with the sheer embellished cape only adding to the soft drama of this entrance. A Jimmy Choo ‘Celeste’ clutch completed the ensemble.

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Meghan Markle In Alexander McQueen – The ‘Endeavour Fund Awards’ Ceremony

Prince Harry and fiancé Meghan Markle attended the ‘Endeavour Fund Awards’ Ceremony at Goldsmiths Hall this evening (February 1) in London.

The former ‘Suits’ star opted to wear an Alexander McQueen suit.

I’m sure this will be considered controversial for some, but I love that she made a statement with her subtle fashion choice, as this was an event honoring wounded, injured, and sick servicemen and women, so no doubt she wanted the focus to be on that, rather than choosing a more conventional gown for the evening.

I also think this look was a very considered and diplomat choice because Catherine is at a very high profile royal dinner in Norway this evening, so perhaps Meghan opted for a suit as not overshadow Catherine’s trip.

Meghan’s chic cropped trouser suit was styled with a crisp white Tuxe blouse, Birks jewels and simple black stilettos.

Alexander McQueen Grain de Poudre Wool Blazer
Alexander McQueen Grain de Poudre Wool Straight-Leg Trousers
Tuxe Bodywear The Boss Pussy-Bow Silk Crepe de Chine Bodysuit

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The Duke And Duchess Of Cambridge Visit To Sweden – Day 2

The second day of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s royal visit to Sweden brought with it a trio of looks for Catherine, where she made the rounds in Stockholm on Tuesday (January 31),

Karolinska Institute Visit: Another day, another Catherine Walker coat from one of Catherine’s favoured labels. Yet, this red houndstooth number was a bolder departure for the duchess, and I loved every minute of it—especially because it was reminiscent of a Moschino look that Lady Diana wore in December 1990. However, Catherine did keep her accessories in rather safe, classic territory with a burgundy Chanel bag and matching Tod’s shoes along with Cornelia James gloves and In2Design baroque pearl earrings.

Inside: Once inside, Catherine replaced her coat with a tweedy, winter-white dress that you may be surprised to learn was Alexander McQueen, as it was such a subtle, conservative statement. I do think the burgundy handbag and pumps were a better fit here.

Fotografiska Gallery: She wore an Erdem floral dress to round out the day yesterday, and that trend continued here with this empire-waist design from the label’s Fall 2017 collection. The rich blue hue was so striking on her, but I was wishing for a different pair of shoes without ankle straps. Her last Erdem frock didn’t fare too well for many, so does the colour improve this second outing for you?

Erdem Fall 2017

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