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08.09.17 Premiere

Margarita Levieva In Christian Dior – ‘The Deuce’ New York Premiere

Margarita Levieva joined Maggie Gyllenhaal for the New York premiere of ‘The Deuce’ on Thursday (September 7).

The Russian actress wore a seductively simple Dior navy blue silk chiffon dress which most will deem unfavourable because of the sheerness, but I’m in love with the colour, the styling and the weightlessness of the look.

I don’t mind the sheerness, however, I’m thankful she didn’t opt for the Dior logo underwear.

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Jennifer Lawrence In Christian Dior Couture – ‘Mother!’ Paris Premiere

Jennifer Lawrence was back on the red carpet, and back in Dior Couture, for the Paris premiere of ‘Mother!’ this evening (September 7) in France.

Some of you may believe she peaked too soon with yesterday’s Atelier Versace gown, but I love the rollercoaster ride she is taking us on this term.

I’m not entirely sure the beauty of this Christian Dior Fall 2017 Couture pearl gray and anthracite dégradé gown is fully realized in these pictures.

I envision the tiny embellishments which cover the gown tinkling so splendidly in person.

While her makeup is stellar once again, the “achy breaky” mullet isn’t working for me.

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Jennifer Lawrence In Christian Dior Couture – ‘Mother!’ Venice Film Festival Premiere

Jennifer Lawrence was back on the red carpet this evening (September 5) for the ‘Mother!’ premiere during Venice Film Festival.

I’m not sure about you, but this is the first time in a long time that I’ve felt truly memiserzed by Jennifer in Dior Couture.

Had you shown me the runway picture and said, “this is what Jennifer is wearing tonight”, I would’ve been disappointed.

However, on Jennifer, the black point d’esprit over salmon pink tulle ball gown with herbal-inspired silk wild rose embroidery, feels like a magic moment, one I’d started to believe may never happen again.

This may be a little too sheer for some, but all I see is a bonafide movie star.

The look was styled with Tiffany & Co. jewels.

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05.09.17 Premiere

Charlotte Le Bon In Christian Dior – ‘The Promise’ Deauville American Film Festival Premiere

While many stars have been at the Venice Film Festival, Charlotte Le Bon has been frequenting the red carpets of the 43rd Deauville American Film Festival in France.

After attending the opening ceremony in Christian Dior, she continued with another look from the designer at the premiere of ‘The Promise’ on Sunday (September 3).

This Dior white wool and silk suit fuses the standard menswear-inspired separates with a distinct youthful femininity in its cropped proportions, which she accented with a long Dior black leather belt and Dior black suede pumps.

There were some of you who weren’t fans of her prior patchwork-effect dress, so how does this 180-turn fare?

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Charlotte Le Bon In Christian Dior – 43rd Deauville American Film Festival Opening Ceremony

Charlotte Le Bon joined Berenice Bejo for the 43rd Deauville American Film Festival this evening (September 1) in France.

If you’ve having an immediate case of deja vu, it’s because Margaret Qualley wore a very similar version of this Dior Resort 2018 dress during her ‘Death Note’ tour.

The style of their rainbow bright, whimsical dresses might appear the same, but the fabrications are totally different.

I love the rustic nature of Charlotte’s look, with is country-girl comes to the big smoke kind vibe which I feel is truly charming.

I didn’t favour the Dior shoes until I saw the heart-shaped design on the heel, but I do love the mix of yellow and peach eye makeup which complement the straps on her dress, her Dior choker and embroidered Dior clutch.

While I’m not sure this will get a lot of love considering the dislike for Margaret’s dress, I find this to be an interesting well-thought out look.

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Who Wore Christian Dior Better? Felicity Jones or Sofia Carson?

When it comes to Felicity Jones and Sofia Carson in this Dior Fall 2017 esprit d’ point gown, there’s not a lot in it.

Both kept their styling very simple. Both opted to line the gown, but Sofia didn’t modify the neckline.

For keeping the look closet to the runway Sofia wins for me.

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