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Stacy Keibler In Camilla and Marc - 2014 Shape & Men's Fitness Super Bowl Party

Stacy Keibler attended the 2014 Shape & Men’s Fitness Super Bowl Party held at Cipriani 42nd Street on Friday (January 31) in New York City.

Perhaps getting intel that the backdrop was going to be red, the actress wore a red Camilla and Marc jumpsuit from the Spring 2014 collection.

Her elegant jumpsuit created in a bold red hue features an extended neckline, fitted bodice, V-shaped back and cigarette-shaped trousers.

While she opted for a matching red lip, the accessories were black, with a sleek ponytail and diamond-encrusted earrings completing her look.

I really wish she kept the belt. Do you?

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Sarah Hyland In Camilla and Marc - W Magazine ‘Best Performances’ Portfolio CelebrationSarah Hyland joined the stylish celebrity mix—think Allison Williams, Olivia Wilde, Lupita Nyong’o and the list goes on—at W magazine’s celebration of the ‘Best Performances’ portfolio, held at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, California on Thursday (January 9).

The young starlet added a major dose of colour to the proceedings in a bright-orange Camilla and Marc Resort 2014 design that featured a crew-neck top and flirty, flared-hem skirt.

Strappy metallic sandals and a multi-coloured python clutch, which may have been just a tad large, accessorized the look, along with a top-knot-inspired ’do and an overly generous dose of blush-bronzer.

Sarah occasionally dresses far more maturely than she should, so I was glad to see her in a fun-hued look that was sassy, yet still sophisticated.

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Emma Thompson In Camilla and Marc - 'Saving Mr Banks' LA Premiere

Emma Thompson attended the ‘Saving Mr Banks’ LA premiere held at the Walt Disney Studios in Los Angeles yesterday evening.

Showing off her enviable figure in another figure-hugging frock, the 54-year-old British actress wore an overtly feminine nude sleeveless dress featuring a black lace-and-mesh overlay from Camilla and Marc’s Resort 2014 collection which stopped just below her knee.

Sans the look book belt, Emma styled her frock with simple patent-leather Robert Clergerie ‘Tomi’ black pumps and a black satin quilted Chanel clutch.

With her blonde hair teased into a wavy style, she kept her makeup minimal, adding just a splash of red lipstick and a sweep of mascara.

Whoever is styling Emma at the moment is doing an amazing job, as they always select looks that are equal parts sophisticated and modern, always living up to her sparkling personality.

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You can buy Emma’s Camilla and Marc Lace Front Fitted Dress from
Matches Fashion Global and Matches Fashion UK.

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ARIA Awards 2013 Red Carpet Roundup

There were plenty more stars joining Alicia Keys and Jessica Mauboy on the red carpet for the 27th Annual ARIA Awards 2013 held at the Star in Sydney, Australia on Sunday evening.

Samantha Jade: The singer won her first ever ARIA award at this event, but sadly I don’t think she will be topping any best-dressed lists in her Steven Khalil red embroidered tutu dress. As cute as she believes it looks, I think it would be better suited on an ice rink.

Jessica Gomes: The model wore a sexy Dion Lee LBD with a leather bodice and fitted skirt, which she styled with black patent-leather sandals.

Sophie Falkiner: Now I’m all for a pop of colour in a red carpet look, but perhaps Sophie went overboard when styling her turquoise-and-black Ginger & Smart dress. The pink lips and necklace I can take, but both the neon-pink clutch and pumps were a step too far. If she had to keep one, I would keep the clutch.

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Jessie J In Camilla and Marc - 'Capital Rocks'

Jessie J attended the annual ‘Capital Rocks’ concert in aid of the ‘Help a Capital Child’ charity held at The Roundhouse in London yesterday evening.

The singer donned a sexy Camilla and Marc halter gown featuring a deep plunge and open back.

While I think she manages to balance elegance and sex appeal, even with her gold Dinny Hall jewels the look feels very bare.

This is a result of her makeup; perhaps a smoky eye or bolder lip would’ve enlivened the look.

What do you think?

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HFPA 2014 Golden Globe Awards Season Celebration

Celebrities attended the HFPA 2014 Golden Globe Awards Season celebration held at Fig & Olive in Los Angeles, California yesterday evening.

Amber Valletta: The actress kept the focus firmly on her shimmering gold printed batwing-sleeved H&M Conscious collection dress, with black Jimmy Choo ‘Lance’ sandals, a black clutch and neutral makeup styling her look.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead: Working a black-and-gold look, the actress wore an Osman strapless dress with a gold barbed-wire print which sits just below the knee. While I’m unsure about the length, I do love her accessories, which include Monique Lhuillier sandals and an envelope box clutch.

Malin Akerman: The stunning starlet wore a Naeem Khan Resort 2014 black silk georgette chemise with ivory-threadwork embroidered sheer raglan sleeves which she styled with Jimmy Choo’s popular ‘Lance’ sandals, magenta lip and a simple top-knot.

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Nikki Reed: Wearing her third Camilla and Marc look in a row, the actress styled her black dress with a sheer skirt from the Resort 2014 collection with a gold cuff, Melinda Maria earrings and a Tory Burch clutch.

Zoey Deutch: The actress wore a Basler Fall 2013 strapless print dress with a red panel which makes her look mighty busty. Red Stuart Weitzman suede pumps, a black Amanda Pearl clutch and wavy locks completed her look.

Lucy Fry: The newest Australian actress to hit Hollywood added some much needed colour to this black carpet wearing a Clover Canyon vibrant print dress styled with an Edie Parker clutch and Loeffler Randall sandals.

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