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Janelle Monae In Dolce & Gabbana – 2018 Grammy Awards

Janelle Monae was another early arrival at the 2018 Grammy Awards on Sunday (January 28) in New York City, joining Lana Del Rey and Eve.

I was anticipating the singer to make a statement, but I wasn’t expecting her to go against her black, white and red colour palette.

Sure, there is still black and white but there is also blue, yellow, green and lilac in her Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2018 floral separates from the Secret Show.

As per usual, her styling dramatized the look further. Her two-toned hair was adorned with diamantes and she topped the white blouse with a diminutive bow tie that added to the formality of the outfit.

Were you struck by this ensemble?

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22.01.18 Menswear

2018 SAG Awards Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Many of the fellows at the 2018 SAG Awards weren’t content to just wear the standard black tux, making for quite the scene-stealing list of looks on Sunday (January 21) in LA.

Noah Schnapp: The young ‘Stranger Things’ star continued to win my affection with a lesson in all that is dapper in his custom-made velvet tuxedo by Stella McCartney paired with Jésù-SégunLondon slipper-style shoes, a Brackish bowtie, and Mrs Bow Tie pocket square. What a charmer.

Sterling K. Brown:
The ‘This Is Us’ star won the best actor award, and his look was equally stellar in this Giorgio Armani tuxedo styled with a Chopard timepiece and cufflinks. This was a lesson in the appeal of classic style with a modern twist thanks to the shades and the slim-line, slightly cropped proportions.

Dacre Montgomery:
I liked this Giorgio Armani ensemble for its unorthodox twist on the traditional tux in the chocolate-brown hue and exaggerated shawl label. Wearing his dress shirt unbuttoned at the top added a rebellious flavour that actually echoed his ‘Stranger Things’ character quite well. Montblanc cufflinks completed the look.

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21.01.18

2018 Producers Guild Awards Red Carpet Roundup

The 2018 Producers Guild Awards was the event to attend in Los Angeles on Saturday (January 20), with a host of star making appearances.

Holly Hunter: While this look isn’t going to remain in our minds for long, I love the high waist and geometric-print bodice on the Elizabeth Kennedy Spring 2017 gown. A perfect blowout and arms that are giving us all major workout inspo are keeping Holly on the fashion map.

Timothee Chalamet: The ‘Call Me By Your Name’ actor has certainly been stretching his fashion legs his first award season, and continues to experiment. Since we have mostly seen him in more shrunken styles, this slightly oversized double-breasted jacket seems to be a departure. I’m not crazy about it on its own, but I like it as a entry into his overall body of red carpet ‘work’.

Leslie Mann: I consider Leslie to be one of the most underrated stars to regularly grace the red carpet, and this Reem Acra gown, paired with Irene Neuwirth jewels proves my point: The gown has absolutely everything I love in a gown: Bright colors, a gorgeous print, exquisite detailing and and overall joyful vibe. Thanks for never letting me down, Leslie.

 

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21.01.18

Reese Witherspoon In Dolce & Gabbana – 2018 Producers Guild Awards

Reese Witherspoon also attended the 2018 Producers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday (January 20).

The producing powerhouse wore a lovely Dolce & Gabbana dress with Chloe Gosselin pumps.

Are any of you questioning the ‘day’ length here, because I’m really loving it! Copper is truly having a moment right now, and the sophisticated sequins take this into a nighttime red carpet look quite well. Plus, let’s be honest, Reese just has a way of pulling off almost anything! A longer hemline also would not have allowed the stunning velvet, t-strap pumps to shine as they did.

A perfect blowout, well-placed highlighter and a striking bright pink lip top it all off.

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Elsa Pataky In Dolce & Gabbana – ’12 Strong’ World Premiere

Elsa Pataky joined husband Chris Hemsworth for the ’12 Strong’ world premiere on Tuesday (January 16) in New York City.

When it comes to sheer dresses; I’m a bit of a flip flopper. I loved Amanda Holden’s red sheer dress, but hated the sheer elements on Halle Berry’s.

I could’ve seen myself falling in love with Elsa’s Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2017 dress- mostly for the artistic laser cuts – But Elsa lost me around the chest area.

I don’t know if they are pads, a white bra or nipple covers, but I found the runway look more visually appealing.

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12.01.18

Marie Claire’s 3rd Annual Image Makers Awards Red Carpet Roundup

A host of stars joined Tracee Ellis Ross, Emma Stone, Kiersey Clemons and Yara Shahidi for Marie Claire’s 3rd Annual Image Makers Awards on Thursday (January 11) in West Hollywood, California.

Issa Rae: A part of me was longing for a more defined shape to this tangerine Prada gown, but between the colour, the all-over crystal embroidery and that infectious smile, I was totally charmed by this look.

Michelle Monaghan: When I saw Michelle in this beige Alex Perry dress with matching Christian Louboutin ‘ Toufrou’ pumps, I was looking for a break in its one-noteness somewhere; but her Irene Neuwirth 18k gold, carved strawberry pink opal, turquoise and diamond pavé earrings weren’t enough.

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12.01.18

2018 Critics’ Choice Awards Red Carpet Roundup

Following the 2018 Golden Globes black dress code, the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards on Thursday (January 11) showcased a range of colours, styles and designers.

Reese Witherspoon: The actress’s most memorable looks often have bold colours, so I was surprised she opted for a black Prada dress. That being said, I thought the short length really worked for her, with the embellishment adding some vicariousness. The Roger Vivier shoes enhanced the playful mood.

Emma Roberts: Her choppy blonde fringe was certainly a talking point, but the elegant simplicity of her Giorgio Armani gown didn’t go unnoticed. The strapless column fit perfectly. She styled it in a very modern way with the gold-toned accessories and by leaving the neckline bare.

Emilia Clarke: Like Reese, the ‘Game of Thrones’ star opted for a shorter black dress. She wore a Dolce & Gabbana frock with Gianvito Rossi sandals. I would have loved to see the look completed with a red lip as it would have added some warmth while playing up the brand’s Italian film star aesthetic.

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