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17.06.15

Michelle Obama In Mary Katrantzou & Christopher Kane – ‘Let Girls Learn Initiative’ & Downing Street Visit

Michelle Obama In Mary Katrantzou & Christopher Kane - 'Let Girls Learn Initiative' & Downing Street Visit

Michelle Obama made two stops on Tuesday (June 16) in London, England, first attending a meeting for the ‘Let Girls Learn Initiative’ at the Mulberry School for Girls before heading to 10 Downing Street for a visit.

‘Let Girls Learn Initiative’: The First Lady brought a bold splash to the meeting in her custom Mary Katrantzou Pre-Fall 2015 printed frock. Plain black pumps ensured all focus was on the dress, with a bouquet of flowers coincidentally bringing a lovely final touch to her look.

Downing Street Visit: Changing into a Christopher Kane custom-embroidered floral sticker dress, inspired by the Pre-Fall 2015 Collection, she maintained her colourful outlook that was unfortunately not similarly reflected in her black Jimmy Choo ‘Mei’ pumps.

Of the two looks, I preferred her first, as the adorable Christopher Kane frock echoed her London arrival look in that it landed a bit too far on the twee side for me.

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Olivia Cooke In Christopher Kane – ‘Me And Earl And The Dying Girl’ New York Premiere

Olivia Cooke In Christopher Kane - 'Me And Earl And The Dying Girl' New York Premiere

Olivia Cooke attended the ‘Me And Earl And The Dying Girl’ New York premiere at Sunshine Landmark on Wednesday (June 10) in New York City.

The British actress wore a Christopher Kane Pre-Fall 2015 LBD featuring cut-outs accented with sequin detailing which sculpted her waist while adding a touch of rebel-chic cool.

Keeping the styling simple, she accessorized with Corto Moltedo clutch and Giuseppe Zanotti sandals.

Do you like this more directional look from Olivia?

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Ruth Wilson In Christopher Kane – 71st Annual Theatre World Awards

Ruth Wilson In Christopher Kane - 71st Annual Theatre World Awards

Ruth Wilson attended the 71st Annual Theatre World Awards, hosted on Monday (June 1) at The Lyric Theatre in New York City.

Donning her own version of theatre’s comedy and tragedy masks, the actress channeled the bold, seductive appeal of Christopher Kane’s Fall 2015 collection in a head silhouettes velvet dress.

While her deep red lip plays right into the look, I would have loved to see her do something different with her hair; a sleeker style would have continued the straightforward yet dramatic theme.

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Britt Robertson In Christopher Kane & Christian Dior – ‘Tomorrowland: A World Beyond’ London Premiere & Photocall

Britt Robertson In Christopher Kane & Christian Dior - 'Tomorrowland A World Beyond' London Premiere & Photocall
Britt Robertson attended the ‘Tomorrowland: A World Beyond’ London photocall on Monday (May 18) at Claridge’s Hotel the day after the film’s premiere on Sunday (May 17), which was hosted at Odeon Leicester Square in London, England.

Premiere: Modified from the runway, this Christopher Kane Fall 2015 dress was done no favours by its shortened length and red sheen, which in effect created a costume. And, it goes without saying that the black pumps were all wrong.

Photocall: Much more successful was Britt’s photocall look that had a youthfully sophisticated charm with her Christian Dior printed dress and complementary Barbara Bui studded red shoes.

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FKA Twigs In Christopher Kane – 2015 Met Gala

FKA Twigs In Christopher Kane - 2015 Met Gala

FKA twigs was also in the mix at the ‘China: Through the Looking Glass’ 2015 Met Gala red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on Monday (May 4).

Marching to the beat of her own style drum, as she does, the British singer-songwriter veered strongly left of the evening’s theme.

Donning the so-called “lovers lace” from Christopher Kane’s Fall 2015 collection, her suggestive patchwork dress was more along the lines of peering behind closed doors rather than through the looking glass.

Provocatively putting the human anatomy on display, the design’s figures lent an overt sexual note. Further edge came with her faux-hawk-inspired ’do.

Perhaps the graphic look could be imagined as suitable for another occasion, but do you say yay or nay on the nakedness?

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