Astrid Berges-Frisbey In Chanel – ‘Ghost In The Shell’ New York Premiere

Scarlett Johansson wasn’t the only one wearing an eye-catching look to the ‘Ghost In The Shell’ New York premiere on Wednesday (March 29).

Astrid Berges-Frisbey stepped out of the shadows to sweep me off my feet wearing an colour-popping Chanel dress that was first seen billowing down the Spring 2017 runway.

This is such an uplifting piece, so I love that Astrid opted to keep it in sharp focus sharp with natural makeup and no accessories.

I also love the backdrop compliments her frock. This was my favourite look after Juliette Binoche.

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Sofia Boutella In Chanel – CinemaCon 2017

French-Algerian star Sofia Boutella has also been at CinemaCon 2017, making an appearance on Wednesday (March 29) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The actress, who has a role in the upcoming Tom Cruise film, ‘The Mummy,’ merged two looks from the Chanel Pre-Fall 2017 collection.

The feminine romance of the frilly white lace, poet-sleeve blouse was toughened up with the edge of the leather trousers.

Cascading, wavy locks were a pretty finish to the ensemble, which she ultimately made work for her.

Would you have preferred the original black pants as opposed to the leather look?

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Naomi Scott In Preen, Burberry, Dion Lee, Giorgio Armani & Chanel – ‘Power Rangers’ Promo Tour

Naomi Scott is currently in the spotlight due to her busy week promoting her new film ‘Power Rangers’.

Mexico City press conference: On Wednesday (March 15) the actress wore a Preen ‘Peggy’ dress from the Spring 2017 collection styled with silver sandals. I love how the asymmetrical hemline gracefully concludes this LBD with contemporary flare.

Build Series to discuss ‘Power Rangers’: This carefree, yet stylish seasonal look saw Naomi mixed a Burberry blouse with a Dion Lee top, Rebecca Bjornsdotter ‘Idun’ boots and Elizabeth and James ‘Lania’ earrings on Monday (March 20) New York City. The Dion Lee skirt stands out here as I like how this pleated style has been reimagined for the modern woman. Some might not like the heavy boots, but I think they compliment the skirt perfectly.

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2017 Rose Ball Red Carpet Roundup

The 2017 Rose Ball in Monaco ushered in all-out glamour on Saturday (March 18) in support of the Princess Grace Foundation.

Charlotte Casiraghi
: Fashion royalty herself, Charlotte was stunningly outfitted in a vintage Chanel gown with embroidered sheer black overlay. Perhaps channeling her grandmother Grace Kelly’s classic style, she maintained the beauty of old Hollywood glamour in her glossy finger waves and matte red lip.

Princess Caroline of Hanover
: A striking confection if there ever was one, this Chanel creation was the epitome of elegance-meets-whimsicality. With its frill of exploded ruffles, brooch-clad collar neckline, and mixed bag of swirling prints, this was a look meant to thrill with its full-on fashion extravagance.

Beatrice Borromeo: With a lovely, embellished Alberta Ferretti navy gown, Beatrice’s look was the most subtle of the three. Even so, her necklace was an odd complement to the sheer neckline and the statement earrings. Extravagance is one thing, but these two jewelry pieces simply competed with each other and neither won.

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Ella Purnell In Chanel – Three Empire Awards

Ella Purnell joined Anya Taylor-Joy at the Three Empire awards on Sunday (March 19) in London.

The British actress kept to a simple sweetness of form in a Chanel frock with metallic embroidered detailing.

Here, her tall platform sandals contributed a youthfulness to the precious-chic look.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Chanel, Jenny Packman, and Alexander McQueen – In Paris

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was in Paris for a two-day stay over the weekend, arriving in the City of Light on Friday (March 17).

Look 1: This colourful tweed Chanel pleated dress was a chic way to make the rounds in Paris, with the bell sleeves and box pleats adding ladylike poise.

Look 2: Catherine opted to wear a longtime favoured designer of choice, Jenny Packham, for an embassy gala dinner. Although it may have appeared to be baby blue, the gown was actually a striking icy-silver hue. It featured a familiar silhouette, but the special flourish came in the dimensional floral embellishment for an enchanting finish.

Look 3: For a welcome reception at the British embassy on Friday, she wore a black Alexander McQueen textural dress in a fresh, ankle-grazing length with its modern elegance only heightened by her statement necklace.

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