Reese Witherspoon In Mugler & Sofia Vergara In Antonio Berardi – ‘Hot Pursuit’ Mexico Photocall

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO - JUNE 23:  Actresses Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara attend a photocall to promote their new film "Hot Pursuit" at St. Regis Hotel on June 23, 2015 in Mexico City, Mexico.  (Photo by Victor Chavez/WireImage)

Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara continued to promoting their latest movie, ‘Hot Pursuit’ in Mexico City with a photocall on Tuesday (June 23). The theme for the premiere was red, whereas they doubled up on asymmetry on this occasion.

Reese Witherspoon: Of Reese’s two Mexico City looks, this Mugler dress is by far my favourite. Not only style wise. I prefer her in this summery lemon hue plus I love the crisp, sculptural element and jewel detailing. The look was further punctuated with Christian Louboutin ‘True Blue’ tri-colour sandals.

Sofia Vergara: The Latin beauty is on something of a roll. I love how flattering this Antonio Berardi Pre-Fall 2015 dress with its sculptural folds and bright-blue piping. Yes, we may never fully appreciate Sofia’s footwear choices, but at least her Charlotte Olympia ‘Paloma’ satin platform sandals – colour wise – are perfectly coordinated to her dress.

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Christian Louboutin True Blue and Luisa Via Roma
Antonio Berardi One-Shoulder Crepe and

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Mila Kunis In Antonio Berardi – Gemfields Ruby Launch Event

Mila Kunis In Antonio Berardi - Gemfields Ruby Launch Event

Mila Kunis attended a photocall for the launch of Gemfields Mozambican rubies at the Corinthia Hotel on Tuesday (June 23) in London, England.

The actress, who is an ambassador for the brand, changed a habit of a lifetime by not wearing black.

With all the black dresses hitting the red carpet this summer, this comes as a welcome, refreshing change.

On this occasion she donned a white dress from Antonio Berardi styled with Gemfields jewels and Jimmy Choo ‘Anouk’ pumps.

I love how the panelling enhances the silhouette of this tailored dress setting it apart from any old LWD.

If you are wondering why I am not challenging her white pumps, I much prefer them over the black Kurt Geiger pumps she later changed into, plus I think the white pumps work perfectly with the look.

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Rosamund Pike In Antonio Berardi – ‘Gone Girl’ Shanghai International Film Festival Premiere

Rosamund Pike In Antonio Berardi - 'Gone Girl' Shanghai International Film Festival Premiere

Rosamund Pike attended the ‘Gone Girl’ premiere during the 18th Shanghai International Film Festival on Wednesday (June 17) in Shanghai, China.

When the British actress started her promo tour for this movie she was pregnant, so she heavily relied upon trapeze-style dresses to conceal her bump.

She has since had her baby, yet the style of dresses for this promo tour remains the same.

On this occasion she wore a light-pink Antonio Berardi Spring 2015 frock with an asymmetrical hem styled with Givenchy sandals.

While the look is summer-appropriate, simple, elegant and breezy, the déjà vu element is slightly fatiguing.

“If it ain’t broke don’t fix it” or does Rosamund need to switch things up?

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Britt Robertson In Antonio Berardi – ‘Tomorrowland’ Tokyo Premiere

Britt Robertson In Antonio Berardi -  'Tomorrowland' Tokyo Premiere

Britt Robertson attended the Tokyo premiere of ‘Tomorrowland’ at Roppongi Hills on Monday (May 25) in Tokyo, Japan with co-star George Clooney and his wife Amal.

It would appear that some haven’t been too enamoured with Britt’s style, saying that there isn’t much youthful vitality to her red carpet style.

Well, on this occasion she brought a new realm of cool to the red carpet wearing this decidedly modern Antonio Berardi Fall 2015 black and pink asymmetrical piece styled with Paul Andrew ‘Ikaria’ sandals.

I think this has to be one of her best look yet, for all the reasons mentioned above – cool and youthful.

However, you may have touch of déjà vu which will be the result of Amal Clooney wearing a black and pink pleated skirt Antonio Berardi frock to the LA premiere earlier this month.

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Amal Clooney In Antonio Berardi – ‘Tomorrowland’ LA Premiere

The World Premiere Of Disney's "Tomorrowland" At Disneyland, Anaheim, CA - Red Carpet

It was a family day out for the Clooney- Alamuddins who attended the premiere of Disney’s ‘Tomorrowland’ at AMC Downtown Disney 12 Theater on Saturday (May 9) in Anaheim, California.

George Clooney looked as handsome as ever in all black, while wife Amal stole the spotlight in a hot-pink and black Antonio Berardi frock.

As always, I have a feeling that this dress is two twee for Amal.

Put Hailee Steinfeld or Chloe Grace Moretz in this dress and I would’ve be sold, but it just doesn’t feel right for Amal. This is perhaps because I am expecting Amal to dress like Cate Blanchett or Julianne Moore.

Amal’s niece, Mia Alamuddin, appears to share her aunt’s love for all things Giambattista Valli, wearing a strapless floral frock from the Resort 2015 collection.

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Final Sweep Of The 2015 Met Gala Red Carpet

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As you know when it comes to the Met Gala, I always – as impossible as the task is – try to feature everyone, so here is the final sweep from Monday’s (May 4) event.

As this is very last post, leave your top 10 in the comments.

Livia Firth: Ladies and gentlemen, this is how you pay homage to the Chinese theme. Livia’s Antonio Berardi for the Green Carpet Challenge gown was elegant, refined, and so refreshing on a night were the self-promotion and not living up to the dress code ruled. Easily one of the best on the night, and her arm-candy (husband Colin Firth) scrubbed up nicely to.

Carina Lau: Sadly, the Asian actress got a bum deal from the pictures agencies who only added them to their sites the day after the event (no doubt not recognising who these beauties were, and what joy they were bringing to this lacklustre table). Continuing her love affair with all things Schiaparelli Haute Couture, Carina wore a black and white look marrying both Chinese intricacies with modernity and less face it – plenty of fierceness. I can also picture this on Dita von Teese.

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