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Keira Knightley In Chanel – ‘Colette’ Sundance Film Festival Premiere

As we know Sundance Film Festival is all about dressed -down elegance, and more importantly, keeping warm.

Keira Knightley has always marched to her own drum, and on this occasion she wore a Chanel Pre-Fall 2018 look to her premiere for ‘Colette’.

I don’t think I’ve ever considered a look from Sundance as BDOTY-worthy, but this velvet navy tuxedo is about to change everything.

This is such a fashion moment. It could’ve come off quite costumey, but Keira’s enigmatic magnetism has a hold of me and won’t let go.

I’m obsessed with this look. It’s so well put together, so well styled and oozing with charm.

The look was of course styled with Chanel accessories including shoes and jewelry, plus I have no doubt that she applies a spritz of Coco Mademoiselle too.

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16.01.18

23rd Jose Maria Forque Awards

The 23rd edition of the Jose Maria Forque Awards were held on Saturday (January 13) in Zaragoza, Spain, where the dress code was quite varied among its attendees.

Goya Toledo: Wearing her favoured designer, Elie Saab, Goya relied on the intricate embroidery of the bodice to add a sense of glamour to the gown that was quite neutral in colour. Embellished accessories attempted to add a sense of sparkle to the look, but she could have done without the ribbon choker. We expect her to wear Elie Saab at the Goya Awards on February 3, so I am looking forward to what she brings to the red carpet there.

Juana Acosta: Even though we’ve seen Tilda Swinton rock this Chanel Fall 2017 jumpsuit, I didn’t mind its second showing here. Opting for a girly-chic approach, she styled the classic-cool piece with a ribbon ponytail whilst celebrating its cropped proportions that showed off her Jimmy Choo sandals.

Dafne Fernandez: I wanted to like this Fernando Claro suit, but it was missing some of the polished structure that makes these menswear-inspired looks so sleek and smart. The taupe colour was also a bit bland, especially with her shoe choice. Not even the brassy Jimmy Choo clutch could enliven it.

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Diane Kruger In Chanel – ‘César – Revelations 2018’ Party

After donning Chanel at The BAFTA Los Angeles Tea Party, the actress stepped out in the designer again at the ‘César – Revelations 2018’ Party on Monday (January 15) in Paris, France, joining Marion Cotillard.

Some had issues with her previous look so hopefully there will be more fans of this one which is also from the Spring 2018 collection.

The actress has had many special moments in Chanel. I don’t think this will be one of her most memorable outfits, but the flirtatious white mini shows off her typical hard-and-soft styling splendidly.

Forgoing the clear PVC boots on the runway, she incorporated sheer fabric with black ankle boots, which enhanced the black bow on the frock while grounding the cloud-like shoulders and hem.

Her tousled waves echoed the voluminous lace details.

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Margot Robbie In Chanel – 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards

At the end of 2017 I asked, where is the love when it come to Margot Robbie’s style? And I was overwhelmed with the response.

With that in mind, I KNOW you will dislike her Chanel Resort 2018 look worn to the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards on Thursday (January 11).

The ‘I, Tonya’ star did take a risk with this beige and black striped silk pleated gown with an embellished belt, and I have to say I personally love this look.

It’s bold, unexpected, kinda quirky, carefree and seemingly fitting for the occasion.

But I am going to hazard a guess that most will see this as non cohesive, totally all over the place and inconsistent to with what she has presented so far in 2018.

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Alessandra Mastronardi In Chanel – 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards

Alessandra Mastronardi was one of the beauties in white at the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards on Thursday (January 11) in Santa Monica, California.

The Italian actress wore Chanel to the 2018 Golden Globes Awards and showed her support for the designer again with an asymmetrical style from the Resort 2018 collection.

There is a clear Grecian influence, but she has downplayed it with her accessories, opting for pointed-toe pumps, a sleek hairstyle and a hint of red lipstick.

The one-shouldered dress has a refreshing feel that extends beyond the colour. The exaggerated corset waist detail against the flowing fabric is something that hasn’t been overplayed on the red carpet.

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11.01.18 Menswear

Chanel’s Mademoiselle Privé Exhibition Opening

The CHANEL ‘Mademoiselle Privé’ exhibition opening event was held in Hong Kong on Thursday (January 11), with some of the brand’s biggest fans wearing their chicest CHANEL looks.

Pharrell Williams: The CHANEL ambassador and face of the ‘Gabrielle’ bag performed during the event. But, before taking to the stage, he was on the red carpet with wife, Helen Lasichanh, donning a dark-blue knitted pullover styled with a blue cap—both from the Métiers d’Art Paris-Hambourg 2017/18 collection. As can be expected with a Pharrell look, it was really his styling that brought even more personality. The ripped jeans being the rebellious twist, with CHANEL boots and accessories including a CHANEL Fine Jewelry ‘Plume’ brooch rounding out the look with plenty of flair.

Helen Lasichanh: Coordinating with her rapper hubby, Helen wore a dark-navy knitted mini dress from the Métiers d’Art Paris-Hambourg 2017/18 collection. She styled the super-short look with necessary tonal tights and CHANEL tall boots alongside a white CHANEL handbag and CHANEL Fine Jewelry ‘Coco Crush’ earrings.

Kaia Gerber: The perfect combination of sweet innocence and sultry sass, this short white Spring 2018 dress was the embodiment of girly allure. I love the modern juxtaposition between the ruffled lace and the sleek, embroidered sequins. CHANEL clear boots added a quirky, style-forward finish to the look.

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Alessandra Mastronardi In Chanel – 2018 Golden Globe Awards

“Master of None” star Alessandra Masteroni arrived on the Globes Red Carpet wearing Chanel Pre-Fall 2018.

Chanel designs are known for their whimsical style. Even in this dark hue, Alessandra looked feminine and elegant in a tea length feathered black sequin gown.

While the runway version catered to a couture crowd, featuring a high fashion headpiece and pumps with tights, the actress was able to make this look wearable by pairing down her accessories. With a middle-parted sleek updo, the Chanel look was perfect for the red carpet.

Sticking to a pointy heel with simple detail let the dress do the all the talking, which is ideal for such a statement design. Her decision to keep the waist cinched in accentuated her petite figure and kept true to the runway styling. Chanel Fine Jewelry added a touch of sparkle to the look. 

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