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Rooney Mara In Alexander McQueen – Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences’ 7th Annual Governors Awards

Rooney Mara In Alexander McQueen - Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences’ 7th Annual Governors Awards

Rooney Mara attended the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 7th annual Governors Awards on Saturday (November 14) in Hollywood, California.

The actress managed to stay off the all black or white path she usually favours for yet another look from the Alexander McQueen Spring 2016 collection.

Some might feel the lace ruffled skirt is too similar to the McQueen gown she wore to the ‘Carol’ London premiere last month, but I feel the military style jacket gives this romantic look a different dimension and should be judged separately.

Thoughts?

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Julianne Moore In Alexander McQueen – ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’ London Premiere

Julianne Moore In Alexander McQueen - ‘The Hunger Games Mockingjay – Part 2’ London Premiere

Julianne Moore attended the UK debut of ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,’ held at Odeon Leicester Square on Thursday (November 5) in London, England.

Going from black in Berlin to white in London, the actress cut things short in an Alexander McQueen Spring 2016 tiered cocktail dress that maintained her recent ruffle theme.

Like or loathe the dress, given its Victorian-style high neckline and lightly tattered lacy effect, I do have two wishes.

First, her hair should have been pulled back into a sleek style. And, second, a winter-white sandal should have been worn, as those black shoes were a heavy finish to this relatively lacklustre showing.

Regardless, I think we all know that Julianne can do so much better for a big premiere such as this.

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30.10.15

amfAR’s Inspiration Gala Los Angeles Red Carpet Roundup

amfAR’s Inspiration Gala Los Angeles Red Carpet Roundup

Here is a roundup from the amfAR’s Inspiration Gala Los Angeles held at Milk Studios on Thursday (October 29) in Hollywood, California.

Chloe Sevigny: The hippie vibe of this Gucci Spring 2016 polka dot dress was the perfect fit for Chloe’s style. Gucci glitter pink sandals and a Gucci burgundy plexi clutch completed her look.

Sarah Hyland: The actress dazzled not only because of her Jenny Packham blush-pink gown, but also thanks to her Lorraine Schwartz jewels. I’m not always the biggest fan of dark lips with a light-hued gown, but Sarah is selling the look from head-to-toe here.

Emma Roberts: A painterly floral print enriches the classic silhouette of Emma’s Alexander McQueen Resort 2016 frock. While some might find the Kotur feathered clutch overkill, I think adds a spark of personality.

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Rachel Weisz In Alexander McQueen – Spectre’ London Premiere After-Party

Rachel Weisz In Alexander McQueen - Spectre' London Premiere After-Party

Rachel Weisz attended both the premiere and after party for ‘Spectre’ on Monday (October 26) in London, England.

As she did for the ‘SkyFall’ premiere, the British actress preferred to wait-in-the-wings rather than take the Camila Alves front-and-centre plus-one approach.

While we wish she had opted for the latter, I’m delighted we got a glimpse of her breath-taking Alexander McQueen Hollyhocks flower embroidered gown from the Resort 2016 collection, because it most definitely deserved a spotlight.

Styled with a matching Alexander McQueen clutch, does this change your mind about who was best dressed at this event?

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26.10.15 Premiere

Hilary Swank In Alexander McQueen & Balmain – ‘You’re Not You’ Tokyo Film Festival Press Conference & Premiere

Hilary Swank In Alexander McQueen & Balmain - 'You're Not You' Tokyo Film Festival Press Conference & Premiere

Hilary Swank continued to promote her latest movie, ‘You’re Not You’ during the Tokyo Film Festival on Friday (October 23).

Press Conference: The actress looked very prim and proper wearing a pretty lace knit dress from Alexander McQueen’s Pre-Fall 2015 collection.

Premiere: Things heated up for the premiere which saw the actress don a Balmain tuxedo dress styled with a Jimmy Choo ‘Box’ clutch and those Christian Louboutin ‘Pumpstagram’ pumps which haven’t worked on with any red carpet look. If I say the shoes are ugly and ruining the look am I being too harsh?

What I found interesting about this Tokyo trip is that Hilary outdid herself by serving up three totally different looks, but the Giambattista Valli Couture gown is the clear favourite.

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