Rosamund Pike In Bottega Veneta – 2017 IWC Schaffhausen ‘For The Love Of Cinema’ Gala

Rosamund Pike attended the 5th Annual IWC Schaffhausen Tribeca Film Festival ‘For The Love Of Cinema’ Gala on Thursday (April 20) in New York City.

The British actress instantly captured my attention wearing a Bottega Veneta Fall 2017 jumpsuit with its timeless yet sexy appeal and super sharp cut.

Her bold red lip only amplifies the nature of this sleek look.

I love how she can transition from English Rose to this something that delivers a contemporary edge.

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Elizabeth Debicki In Bottega Veneta – ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’ LA Premiere

I was dazzled by Elizabeth Debicki who attended the LA premiere of ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2’ on Wednesday (April 19).

Not only because she wore a glamorous Bottega Veneta Fall 2017 gown that’s worthy of a Bond girl, but also because it’s a rare show-stopping moment from her which looked like she’d been dipped in liquid gold.

Sure, she has great style, but I can’t remember the last time I saw a look from her that made me sit up and take notice like this.

It’s a stunning piece. Truly mesmerising.

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Amanda Peet In Bottega Veneta – Build Series Discussion: ‘Brockmire’

Amanda Peet opted to freshen up her daytime look in impeccable style while attending the Build Series discussion for her new television show, ‘Brockmire’ on Wednesday (April 5) in New York City.

Following her awards season run which saw Amanda wear mostly black, this Bottega Veneta Spring 2017 look – which possesses noticeable sophistication – was like a breath of fresh air.

The look was very simple: a classic white shirt paired with a d-ring skirt, yet the end result is perfectly polished.

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Salma Hayek In Bottega Veneta – CinemaCon 2017

Salma Hayek was one of the many stars at CinemaCon 2017, attending both ‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’ screening and The CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards yesterday (March 30) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The actress wore two Bottega Veneta looks which were appropriate enough for both events, however, more times than not, I just don’t get Salma’s style.

There doesn’t seem to be any consistency, often going from bad to worse – especially in the current Gucci collections.

We all know she’s limited to a number of brands, and this could be a stifling factor – but if Louis Vuitton can make custom looks for Alicia Vikander, Jennifer Connelly and Michelle Williams for each of their red carpet outings, then why can’t this be the case for the First Lady of the Kering Group?

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Amal Clooney In Bottega Veneta – United Nations Headquarters

Amal Clooney was seen outside the United Nations Headquarters in New York City on Thursday (March 9), where she was set to deliver remarks during ‘The Fight against Impunity for Atrocities: Bringing Da’esh to Justice’ event.

At the height of her signature sophistication, she made a smart statement in a Bottega Veneta Resort 2017 matching dress and coat set accessorised with a Salvatore Ferragamo bag.

I love how this look brought the boldness of a bright yellow hue tempered by precisely refined tailoring and accent piping.

Classic, cool, and commanding—for all the right reasons.


Who Wore Bottega Veneta Better? Jessica Brown Findlay or Andie MacDowell?

Jessica Brown Findlay wore a bright orange Bottega Veneta Spring 2017 gown to the 2017 BAFTAs before Andie MacDowell wore it to the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Academy Awards Viewing Party exactly two weeks later.

It is a gorgeous gown, so I’m not surprised that both ladies were drawn to it.

However, the look infinitely better with the belt, so Andie presentation of this look wins for me

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Andie MacDowell In Bottega Veneta – Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Academy Awards Viewing Party

I was very surprised to see Andie MacDowell wearing this Bottega Veneta Spring 2017 gown to Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Academy Awards Viewing Party on Sunday (February 26).


Because Jessica Brown Findlay wore the same gown exactly two weeks ago at the BAFTAs.

The same gown worn during awards season? The only greater faux pas would be wearing it on the same night, no?

My belief has always been there are enough gowns to go around, that there is no need to wear them twice.

Rant aside, this is a gorgeous colour on Andie, and the belt – which Jessica omitted – helps add balance when the shoulder straps are covered by the hair.

At the end of the day, Andie wore it better, so perhaps a second run out wasn’t the end of the world for this dress.

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