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19.05.18

Lady Kitty Spencer In Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda – Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding

Lady Kitty Spencer, the niece of the late Lady Diana, attended the royal wedding of her cousin Prince Harry to Meghan Markle today (May 19) in Windsor Castle, England.

Standing out as my best dressed so far, Kitty looked impeccably chic wearing a green Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda corseted gown featuring hand-painted floral detailing.

Proving that The Spencers can’t be outdone when it comes to taste, the look was styled with perfectly co-ordinated orange heels, a green fascinator, plus a diamond necklace which enhanced the overall glamour.

I was very intrigued by purpose of the orange scarf, but it turned out to be a velvet clutch.

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17.05.18

Lindy Klim Front Row @ Australia Fashion Week

Lindy Klim had one stylish appearance after another while attending the shows at Australia Fashion Week.

David Jones Front Row: The former model was a vision in Dolce & Gabbana. It’s bold, flirty and presents such a vivacious finish. She carried off the frills and all of the colour with ease.

Ten Pieces Front Row: Opting for a more subdued colour palette, she wore a Dion Lee dress and Rama Voyage shirt which seamlessly blended a preppy sentiment with an angelic quality. I predict the Louis Vuitton sneakers will be divisive, but I think she pulled them off as they ground the look and add an unexpected sporty finish.

Camilla Front Row: Once again she went in a completely different direction opting for sleek, tailored black. The footwear is the star of the show, but there’s still plenty of interest in the jacket.

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Dior x Madame Figaro Dinner

Last weekend, Madame Figaro and Dior hosted a dinner during the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday (May 12), with three beauties in attendance.

Diane Kruger: You might have expected Diane to wear Dior, but instead she opted for this Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2018 matching ensemble. The boxier tunic is in line with the loose-fitting silhouettes we’ve seen thus far in her Cannes run. But, the embellished attitude and queen of hearts motif sees her embrace her signature edgy-forward side. I love her candy-red lip but I wish she had opted for a sleek pump instead of strappy sandals.

Naomi Campbell: I love how regal yet whimsical Naomi looked in this Christian Dior Spring 2018 Haute Couture triple organza dress that was hand-painted and embroidered with a pleated tulle cape. With the cape overlay, it offered a more delicate side to the supermodel’s style, and a refreshing way to wear both sheer and Dior.

Bella Hadid: Speaking of sheer, Bella went for the more ubiquitous Dior look of late with this red tulle corset dress. However, despite the see-through elements, I actually found myself quite liking the sort of beautiful renegade spirit she brought to the frock with the off-the-shoulder detail that insouciantly mixed with the elaborateness of sparkling jewels. My biggest qualm was actually the mini ‘Lady Dior’ bag, as it seemed rather heavy for the diaphanous, diamond-dusted look.

Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2018
Christian Dior Spring 2018 Haute Couture

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16.05.18

Lupita Nyong’o In Dolce & Gabbana – Sirius XM Studios

After sweeping us off our feet at Cannes, Lupita Nyong’o recently swung by the SiriusXM Studios on Tuesday (May 15) to promote ‘Black Panther’ on DVD.

I love this Dolce & Gabbana embroidered frock on her. It’s the very picture of spring with the kicky, pleated skirt offering a nod to feminine flirtation.

The dress was such a delightful, fresh entrance, I probably would have gone for a citrusy orange sandal.

The black clutch and hot-pink pumps looked like they belonged to another look.

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15.05.18 Photocall

Emilia Clarke In Dolce & Gabbana – ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Cannes Film Festival Photocall

Emilia Clarke joined Thandie Newton at the ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ Cannes Film Festival photocall on Tuesday (May 15) in France.

Wearing Dolce & Gabbana, the look had a playful feel with the smattering of oversized buttons and short shapes. The mood invigorated the brand’s signature glamour.

Some might wish for longer trousers to elongate the lines of the legs, but I’m not bothered as the cropped length kept things fresh.

Christian Louboutin ‘So Kate’ pumps add to the fun feeling.

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