ASMALLWORLD, the leading international members-only club, relaunched today and to celebrate CEO Sabine Heller and Chairman Patrick Liotard-Vogt invited over 80 VIP guests from around the world to Marrakech, Morocco this weekend for a magical desert adventure, sponsored by DVF and Kittitian Hill, the five-star sustainable resort in St Kitts.
On Friday the guests were treated to an opening cocktail party at the Taj Palace in Marrakech, Morocco.
Olivia Wilde: Wearing a DVF look, the actress added a ram’s head statement necklace and Cynthia Vincent ‘Lulu’ wedges to her simple black ribbed tank top and coral harem pants combo. The Revlon spokesmodel opted for a barely there fresh-faced look and simple ponytail.
Zoe Kazan: The actress kept it simple, wearing an adorable short set with a beaded tee and textured shorts, which she styled with dual-colour ballet flats and a gold pouch with a bright-red strap.
Dianna Agron: Still sporting red locks, the ‘Glee’ star opted for something a bit more flashy for the cocktail reception, wearing a sequined DVF dress with a red-lipped pouting face motif, which she styled with a geometric clutch and silver toecap booties.
Mamie Gummer: Also opting for a statement necklace, the actress wore a loose-fitted bright-pink DVF maxi dress styled with gladiator flats and a yellow DVF clutch. The only thing not working for me here are the shoes; they make her look a bit flat footed.
Dressed down, yet still looking uber chic, the German actress wore light-wash striped jeans with a black tank top and a Diane von Furstenberg navy studded ‘Paulette’ blazer from the Spring 2013 collection.
A white fedora, tinted aviators, Christian Louboutin ‘Corbeau’ leather-and-pvc dual-colour flats and a white Rochas ‘Leti’ bag accessorized the look, with a simple bun providing the finishing touches.
Diane was on a roll this week, with three very different covetable looks.
Here is a roundup of the models who took to the red carpet at the 2013 Met Gala on Monday night.
Cara Delevingne: Wearing Burberry, the British model nailed the theme, working a studded navy column dress with a plunging neckline. Her part-braided ‘do and studded clutch perfected her look. She was easily one of the best on the night.
Gisele Bundchen: The model wore an Anthony Vaccarello Fall 2013 black mini dress with revealing grommet detailing. You slammed Gwyneth for wearing a gown with sheer sides; does Gisele get a pass?
Karlie Kloss: I never thought I would say this about Karlie: she looks frumpy. Ever since she chopped off her locks she has lost her mojo. This Louis Vuitton granny-chic look ages her about 40 years. Betty White would look better in this frock.
Here is a roundup of the rest of the ladies who took to the red carpet for the 2013 Met Gala on Monday evening. Models @ The Met post will follow.
Brooklyn Decker: The actress wore a custom Peter Pilotto look inspired by the Spring 2013 collection. While the look is custom I feel like I have seen this look several times before, so there is nothing fresh or new about it, unlike other custom looks as showcased by Karolina Kurkova and several others. Her Sergio Rossi ‘Hypnos’ sandals, however, are a work of art.
Alicia Keys: The singer took to the red carpet wearing a custom Jason Wu gown. Her black leather and bordeaux sequin embroidered halter gown is beautiful, but I wish Alicia had pushed the punk vibe with the styling a bit more; the red streaks in her hair aren’t enough for me, especially when we know Alicia isn’t afraid of taking a fashion risk. Robert Lee Morris jewels and a vintage clutch completed her look.
Maggie Gyllenhaal: The actress wore a beautiful custom Calvin Klein scarlet gown for the occasion which was punked up as far as she would go with a studded choker and a Tod’s black studded clutch with a gold frame. While I do love this look, I wish Maggie had gone bra shopping before this event.