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Tessa Thompson In Christian Dior – ‘Little Woods’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Tessa Thompson joined Lily James at the ‘Little Woods’ Tribeca Film Festival premiere on Saturday (April 21) in New York City.

I’m sure many may recognize this patchwork Christian Dior Fall 2018 skirt as a variation on the dress we recently saw Sienna Miller wear.

However, I have a feeling that Tessa’s look might resonate more successfully with you, as she brought such an innate sense of modern, cool-girl style to the quirky mishmash of plaid and ’60s-inspired patchwork.

On this occasion, I even loved the slight rebellion of the Dior bra peeking beneath her sheer blouse, as a Diorquake belt and Dior boots wrapped up the look in similar stead to its runway presentation.

She accessorised with an L’Afshar clutch and Bliss Lau jewels along with a dynamic, magenta lip and curls that brought such personality to the ensemble.

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Stacey Martin In Christian Dior – ‘Godard Mon Amour’ New York Premiere

There was one huge change in Stacy Martin’s look while attending the New York premiere of ‘Godard Mon Amour’ on Thursday (April 19) in New York City – she wasn’t wearing Miu Miu, or Prada.

Instead the actress opted for a Dior dress which was simple and classic in style with only the bright red hue bringing immediate visual intrigue.

I’m so used to seeing Stacy decked out in an embellished dress or quirky print, that I’m not quite sure what to make of this more understated look.

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Elisabeth Moss In Christian Dior – ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 2 Premiere

Elisabeth Moss attended the premiere of Hulu’s ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Season 2 on Thursday (April 19) in Hollywood, California.

When I saw her in this Dior red dress and leather jacket combo, it immediately took me back to her Oscar de la Renta Cannes look.

In that setting the look didn’t quite work for me, but on this occasion I’m loving the vibe.

Elisabeth tends to sticks to fit-and-flare dresses that come in bright colours of which this is a classic demonstration. The ’60s- and ’70s-era she’s channeling here maybe something she’s picked up from her ‘Mad Men’ days.

Sassy embellished Louboutins and a matching red Tyler Ellis clutch completed her look.

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Elizabeth Olsen In Christian Dior – ‘Kodachrome’ LA Premiere

Joining her cast of esteemed gentlemen including Jason Sudeikis and Ed Harris, Elizabeth Olsen opted to suit up for the premiere of Netflix’s ‘Kodachrome’ on Wednesday (April 18) in Hollywood, California.

Her Christian Dior suit may look like it was borrowed from the boys, but the actress oozing feminine sensuality in this crisp white wool and silk crepe look.

Some might find the stark white lapel contrast a bit jarring, but I love how it gives a contemporary feel to this sophisticated statement.

Many of you have felt that Elizabeth had gone rogue with her Zuhair Murad and Alexandre Vauthier recent looks, so are you happy to see Elizabeth return to more familiar territory?

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Charlize Theron In Christian Dior – ‘Tully’ LA Premiere

Charlize Theron made a stunning appearance at the LA premiere for ‘Tully’ on Wednesday (April 18).

Her long, pleated black maxi dress from Dior’s Fall 2018 collection was equal parts chic and contemporary, with the statement coming from the butterfly motifs.

I adore how the Fred Leighton earrings played a huge part amping up the desirability of this look.

To me, this is proof that understate elegance doesn’t have to be plain or boring.

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Malaga Film Festival 2018

After Opening Day, the Malaga Film Festival 2018 continued to see a spate of stars on its red carpet in Malaga, Spain. And, they brought the glamour in spades on Day 2 and Day 3 of the festival on Saturday (April 14) and Sunday (April 15).

Paz Vega: I love how Paz paid tribute to the host country in a gown from Madrid-based The 2nd SKIN Co.’s Spring 2018 collection on Day 2 of the festival. The delicacy of the ballet-pink, chiffon layers was artfully awakened by the dimensional poufs of floral-like embellishment throughout for a striking effect.

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