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‘Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty’ Exhibition Red Carpet Roundup

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Here is a roundup of the rest of the attendees at the private view for the ‘Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty’ exhibition held at the Victoria & Albert Museum on Thursday (March 12) in London, England.

Naomi Campbell: The model wore an Alexander McQueen Spring 2007 black trapped petal tulle dress with ostrich feathers, which was very chic, but the fur Fendi ‘Pequin’ bolero was a tad overkill.

Laura Carmichael: The ‘Downton Abbey’ star didn’t get the memo, opting for a Christopher Kane black V-neck slip top and black skirt with patent detailing from the Pre-Fall 2015 collection styled with Shaun Leane jewels. Considering Laura’s play-it-safe style, this was perhaps the right look for her.

Erin O’Connor: When referencing statuesque beauties, Erin is always my go-to woman, and here’s why. She looked striking and powerful wearing a tailored-to-perfection white Alexander McQueen Resort 2013 tuxedo-inspired gown. This is the very epitome of elegance.

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Busy Philipps In Christopher Kane – 2nd Annual Unite4:humanity Event

Busy Philipps In Christopher Kane -  2nd Annual Unite4humanity Event

Busy Philipps hosted the 2nd Annual unite4:humanity Event at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Thursday (February 19) in Los Angeles, California.

The actress wore a burgundy Christopher Kane Spring 2015 dress, and the tufts of tulle are the main focal point of this piece.

I find the neckpiece distracting. Even had she worn her hair up, it wouldn’t have improved my feelings about this look.

On the plus side, I did like her matching shoes and Irene Neuwirth earrings.

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Emily Blunt In Christopher Kane – Vanity Fair and Barneys New York Dinner benefiting OXFAM

Emily Blunt In Christopher Kane - Vanity Fair and Barneys New York Dinner benefiting OXFAM

Emily Blunt attended the Vanity Fair and Barneys New York Dinner benefiting OXFAM held at Chateau Marmont on Wednesday (February 18) in Los Angeles, California.

The British actress continued to showcase that gorgeous figure in a form-fitting cold-shoulder dress from Christopher Kane’s Pre-Fall 2015 collection.

I love the sporty appeal imbued by the colourful stripes and the metallic aqua Kurt Geiger ‘Bond’ pumps, which could’ve so easily been safe black.

I would’ve loved the hair up to showcase that neckline, but this a yet another winner for Emily.

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Pixie Lott In Christopher Kane – YSL Beaute Makeup Celebrate ‘YSL Loves Your Lips’

Pixie Lott In Christopher Kane - YSL Beaute Makeup Celebrate 'YSL Loves Your Lips'

Pixie Lott attended the YSL Beaute Makeup Celebration ‘YSL Loves Your Lips’ held at The Boiler House, The Old Truman Brewery, on Tuesday (January 20) in London, England.

Opting for a black turtleneck, the British singer infused some colour into her look via her statement-making Christopher Kane Resort 2015 mini skirt.

Cut in an A-line silhouette, the neon-pink floral print is contrasted with beautiful black eyelash-lace stripes that lead into sultry front slits.

With yet more pink added to this look via her nails, lips and fluffy pumps, this sees a return to her uber-girlie style.

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You can buy Pixie’s Christopher Kane Lace Trim Skirt from BrownFashion.com.

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Laura Carmichael In Christopher Kane – 2014 British Fashion Awards

Laura Carmichael In Christopher Kane - 2014 British Fashion Awards

Laura Carmichael attended the 2014 British Fashion Awards at the London Coliseum in London, England on Monday (December 1).

The English actress selected a dress from London-based designer Christopher Kane’s Spring 2015 collection.

On paper, the frock has all the right pieces to create a successful look—a vibrant lavender-blue colour, structure and sass, and interesting design detailing courtesy of the controlled explosion of tulle.

But, sadly, none of the pieces translated on the red carpet, once removed from the runway.

In fact, the effect was rather unflattering and dated. Accessories did nothing to remedy the look’s shortcomings, as the shoes were too matchy-matchy and the oversized beige clutch didn’t match at all.

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