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Haley Bennett In Chloe – 2018 BAFTAs

Haley Bennett lit up the night at the 2018 BAFTAs on Sunday (February 18) at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England, where she joined Greta GerwigRebecca FergusonSaoirse Ronan and Leslie Bibb.

Decked out in Chloe Spring 2018, she wore one of the most colourful gowns so far with its mix of shimmering gold and black textiles.

The black panels were a nod to the Time’s Up movement, but also functioned as a regal base to the rich gold fabrics.

Unfortunately, some of the playfulness has been lost from the runway version and the dress comes across as being very aging.

The style has a sensual open back and I wish she had showed off that more on the red carpet.

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Margot Robbie In Chloe – The Late Late Show with James Corden

Fresh from the 90th Annual Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon, Margot Robbie swung by ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ on Monday (February 5) as the Oscar nominee continues to promote her starring role in ‘I, Tonya.’

In so doing, she brought a renewed sense of vibrant energy to this Chloe Spring 2018 frock.

I love the swishy movement of the flared skirt to offer a girlish allure alongside the quirky, tarot-card-printed design.

Sleek, complementary sandals and side-parted waves ensured a chic sense of sophistication to finish out the look.

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Haley Bennett In Chloe – 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards

Haley Bennett, who’s the face of Chloe’s signature fragrance campaign, wore a look from the brands Spring 2018 collection to the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards on Thursday (January 11) in Santa Monica, California.

If you anything like me your eyes fell straight to the bag and then the ‘River’ wedges, before I even considering the dress.

The dress is pretty enough for the laidback occasion, but the bag sticks out like a sore thumb. It totally overpowers the look and feels terribly out of place.

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Isabelle Huppert In Chloe – 2018 Golden Globe Awards

Isabelle Huppert arrived at the 2018 Golden Globes wearing a bespoke Chloé dress by Natacha Ramsay-Lévi and Chopard jewelry.

This sequin Chloe gown with subtle ruffle detail on the shoulders made a statement, complimented by a bold red lip.

The actress’s auburn waves were styled effortlessly making her emerald green Chopard earrings pop and contrast well with her hair.

Of all the black gowns we’ve seen this evening, this one really stands out.

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Zendaya Coleman In Ralph Lauren, Marni & Chloe – Out In New York City

Both Saturday (December 9) and Monday (December 11) saw another string of New York City appearances from Zendaya Coleman, who has been busy promoting ‘The Greatest Showman’—and showing off her continued chic streak.

Empire State Building: On Saturday, she was atop the Empire State Building—and at the top of her style game, too, with this Ralph Lauren tuxedo coat worn over a Martin Grant Spring 2018 skirt that I loved for its bright, emerald hue that radiated with its jewel-toned mood. The styling was perfection, too, with her sleek bun and statement earrings—with the snow adding a cinematic touch.

Out in New York:
Her glamour waves returned with this Marni Marni Pre-Fall 2017 coat that may have fallen on deaf ears if it were not for the snappy, exploded houdstooth collar. Casadei ‘Techno Blade’ boots added another layer of sharp edginess to the dynamic look.

Out In New York: We all know Zendaya doesn’t hide from the retro vibes, and they were strong here in this Chloe Spring 2018 ensemble that was playfully fun and funky—especially when topped off with the geometric booties.

I was in love with the seasonal sophistication of the first and second look. Which one caught your eye?

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Alicia Vikander In Chloe – British Vogue’s December Issue Dinner Party

Alicia Vikander attended a dinner party to celebrate Edward Enninful’s first cover for British Vogue on Tuesday (November 7) in London.

The actress wore Chloe Spring 2018 dress which melds notes of Victoriana into a modern-romantic vision of femininity, which is further exemplified with the house’s signature bohemian charm.

Her open-toe ankle boot gives the look an edge, but I do prefer the runway boots.

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