Naomie Harris In Alexander McQueen – Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty Exhibition Private View

Naomie Harris In Alexander McQueen - Alexander McQueen Savage Exhibition Private View

Naomie Harris attended the private view for the ‘Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty’ exhibition held at the Victoria & Albert Museum on Thursday (March 12) in London, England.

The British beauty wore a red Alexander McQueen Spring 2015 satin dress featuring split sleeves to amp up the dramatic nature of the look and create a modern, graceful silhouette.

One of Naomie’s best red carpet moments was in McQueen back in 2013, and this is another to consider adding to her hall of fame.

Styled with a McQueen hexagon clutch and Giuseppe Zanotti sandals, this couldn’t have been a more perfect look for Naomie as she oozes elegance.


You can buy Naomie’s Alexander McQueen Silk Satin Dress from Net-A-Porter.com.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Alexander McQueen – Commonwealth Service

Commonwealth Service At Westminster Abbey

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, carried out one of her final engagements before her due date, attending the annual Commonwealth Day Service held at Westminster Abbey on Monday (March 9) in London, England, where she was accompanied by Prince William.

Looking as lovely as ever, the Duchess wore a classic Alexander McQueen single-breasted coat that was given a 60s feel via the wide collar.
The pink theme was further extended to her Jane Taylor hat, Prada pumps and clutch, and Kiki McDonough earrings.

You won’t be surprised to learn that this is a repeat. Catherine first wore this Alexander McQueen coat back in 2013 at the Trooping the Colour ceremony, which was one of her final engagements before the birth of Prince George.

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FKA twigs In Alexander McQueen – 2015 BRIT Awards

FKA twigs In Alexander McQueen - 2015 BRIT Awards

FKA twigs attended the 2015 BRIT Awards held at the O2 Arena on Wednesday (February 25) in London, England.

After a succession of fairly uneventful looks at this event, the British musician wore an Alexander McQueen Spring 2015 embellished dress over flared trousers.
The look is captivating for its de rigueur avant-garde appeal.

We – or at least I – don’t want to see big ball gowns at music award shows. These are the nights when risks should be taken and for that I love this unique look from head to toe.

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24.02.15 Menswear

2015 Oscars Couples

2015 Oscars plus ones

This post is dedicated to those gorgeous plus-ones on Oscar night, who should never be left in the shade.

Sophie Hunter: The pregnant wife of Benedict Cumberbatch looked breathtaking in her custom Lanvin red one-shoulder gown with brass beading. The vivid colour was only heighted when she stood alongside Benedict in his stark white tuxedo blazer. While oozing femininity, her gold Lanvin accessories and drop earrings helped made this quite a strong, powerful look. She’s slowly becoming my favourite plus-one. Sorry, Camila Alves.

Hannah Bagshawe: The British couple both wore navy Alexander McQueen. Eddie Redmayne wore a Bespoke navy tuxedo with black velvet slippers to collect his Best actor awards, while she wore a navy chiffon embroidered gown with embellished feather belt styled with a gold McQueen ‘Clutch Me’ clutch.

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Chloe Grace Moretz In Alexander McQueen – 2015 Vanity Fair Party

Chloe Grace Moretz In Alexander McQueen - 2015 Vanity Fair Party

Chloe Grace Moretz attended the 2015 Vanity Fair Party at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday (February 22) in Beverly Hills, California.

Slipping into something a bit more sultry than her Oscars gown, the starlet grew up before our very eyes in an Alexander McQueen Pre-Fall 2015 black lace number.

While this was a more mature look for her, it still possessed a youthful, boho flair with its scattering of mini flowers and tiered, embroidered skirt.

She likewise owned the directional bell accent sleeves, and I’m so glad she kept the waist-cinching black leather belt.

Her half-up, half-down ’do was the sweet answer to that punchier red lip.

I much preferred this particular brand of charming sassiness over her evening’s earlier look. Do you agree?

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