Kristine Froseth In Chanel – ‘The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair’ Cannes Photocall & Screening

Kristine Froseth was at ‘The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair’ photocall before joining Michelle Dockery at the film’s screening on Saturday (April 7) during the 1st Cannes International Series Festival in France.

Photocall: I love how freely and vibrantly Kristine wore this Chanel Spring 2018 pink and blue lattice, tweed frock. With the nude-pink ballet flats, and her fresh-faced beauty, it was such a charismatic and casually chic way to interpret the design. You may remember that Phoebe Tonkin also wore this look.

Screening: Her magnetic charm continued at the screening with this second Chanel Spring 2018 entrance. Sure, the skirt was sheer. But, with its textural effect and tea length, it was a totally fresh take on see-through trend—especially when styled with a simple black top, a sweet ballet bun, and a pop of high glamour in her diamond earrings. The main theme of this look was just downright darling.

With style moments like this, young starlet has easily made it on my list of one to watch.

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Ekaterina Samsonov In Chanel – ‘You Were Never Really Here’ New York Premiere

‘You Were Never Really Here’ was first showcased during Cannes Film Festival, before its stateside premiere yesterday evening (April 3) in New York City.

Russian-American actress Ekaterina Samsonov, who stars in the film with Joaquin Phoenix, wore a Chanel Pre-Fall 2018 look to the premiere.

My first impression about this look was that there is a little too much going on here for the 15-year-old star.

The look either needed to be stripped back, or a slightly less overwhelming look should’ve been selected for her.

I think only Chloe Sevigny would be able to sell this look, as is, to me.

Was this a case of running before she learned to walk? Or do you like the unpredictability of the look?

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Blake Lively In Chanel Couture – ‘A Quiet Place’ New York Premiere

Blake Lively attended the premiere for ‘A Quiet Place’ on Monday (April 2) in New York City alongside husband Ryan Reynolds.

The black and white tweed and leather Chanel Fall 2017 Couture dress is almost unrecognisable from the look we saw on the runway.

I love how the leather bodice gives this look a more modern feel. The look goes from being very Anna Wintour, to Blake Lively simply by removing the jacket.

The length of the skirt keeps the look modest, as does the simple ponytail, but I still get a feeling some will have issues with the bodice.

Ofira Jewels and tri-colour strappy sandals completed her look.

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Princess Alexandra of Hanover In Chanel Couture – 2018 Rose Ball

Princess Alexandra of Hanover joined her mother, Princess Caroline of Hanover, and Charlotte Casiraghi for the 2018 Rose Ball to benefit The Princess Grace Foundation on Saturday (March 28) in Monte-Carlo, Monaco

I was very much charmed by her Chanel Spring 2018 Couture confection, as its dainty sensibilities were matched by a style-forward panache.

The sweet sass of the faintly glittering embellishment and dropped-waist silhouette with the pouf skirt was ever so suitable for the 18-year-old Alexandra in, this, her version of a princess moment.

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Princess Caroline of Hanover In Chanel Couture – 2018 Rose Ball

Princess Caroline of Hanover and Karl Lagerfeld attended the 2018 Rose Ball to benefit The Princess Grace Foundation on Saturday (March 28) in Monte-Carlo, Monaco, where she joined her daughter, Charlotte Casiraghi.

After she took quite a risk at last year’s event opting for an avant garde Chanel Couture piece, the Princess kept things simple and refined in a Chanel Spring 2018 Couture pink tiered dress on this occasion.

Of course, being a daughter of the late and great Princess Grace, née Kelly, her natural elegance and style is almost always a given.

I love the delicacy of the look which is made glamorous with her selection of jewels.

It may not have been the classic tiara-and-ball-gown princess moment you would’ve expected, but stunning nonetheless.

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Clemence Poesy In Chanel – ‘Genius Picasso’ Malaga Premiere

Clemence Poesy attends ‘Genius Picasso’ premiere held at the Cervantes Theatre on Thursday (March 22) in Malaga, Spain.

Dressed in head-to-toe Chanel, Clemence was a vision of elegance in a Pre-Fall 2018 sleeveless silk blouse and tweed culottes.

Despite this being Chanel, there is a relax vibe to this look. It helps that the wide-legged, tweed pants are roomy, but the real clincher here is the casualness with which Clemence wears the outfit.

This, no doubt comes from being a regular wearer of the fashion house.

She paired her look with a fresh, almost-bare face and a simple chignon.

You may remember that Saoirse Ronan wore this same look last month.

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Margot Robbie In Chanel – ‘Peter Rabbit’ Sydney Premiere

After a whirlwind start to 2018 with back-to-back red carpets and award ceremonies, Margot Robbie is showing no signs of slowing down with her promo tour for ‘Peter Rabbit’.

On Saturday (March 17), the actress back on home turf for the Sydney premiere in head to toe Chanel, which isn’t a surprise as she’s just been named as the latest brand ambassador to iconic French fashion house.

As it was a 32 degree hot summers in Sydney, this iridescent blue and black tweeded muslin jacket and skirt from the Spring 2018 collection has raised a few eyebrows, but I’m a fan of the both the colour and the silhouette, despite seeing a myriad of androgynous, boxy and double-breasted iterations before.

Margot has already done a summery dress for the LA premiere, so I love that she did something different and a little unexpected.

Chanel shoes and jewels accessorized the outfit, but I was also intrigued by the makeup as Margot sported an eye-catching fun and whimsical silver glitter eye look.

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