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Beyonce Knowles In Ellery & Zimmerman – InstaStyle

Having just stirred up a frenzied flurry of likes and comments for her Botticelli beauty and babies post featuring her one-month-old twins, Beyonce Knowles was back on Instagram with another take on glam style.

This time, she went less Earth Mother and more hot mama with her sizzling statement that duly showcased her assets.

With the low-cut Ellery Spring 2017 top drawing notable attention to her décolletage, she accented her lower half with a Zimmerman Spring 2017 corset mini-skirt worn with the zipper in front.

She accessorised with a Brother Vellies Island furry pouf bag for a bit of whimsy along with Azzedine Alaïa studded suede sandals in a contrasting aubergine hue.

Zimmermann Bowerbird Corselet Skirt
Alaia Studded Suede Sandals
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26.06.17

Gabrielle Union takes Menswear Spring 2018 Paris Fashion Week by storm

Gabrielle Union has taken the Menswear Spring 2018 edition of Paris Fashion Week by style storm, as she’s had more outfit changes than some models with a record seven looks and counting. Equally impressive, Dwayne Wade has been a style-forward partner-in-crime almost every step of the way.

Valentino Show: At the Valentino show on Wednesday (June 21), Gabrielle started off the whirlwind week with a relaxed note in a breezy, flowing Valentino Pre-Fall 2017 floral gown. Sure, it was a glorified maxi dress, but I was so pleased to see it without the runway’s sweater top. Plus, it translated beautifully on her. Dwayne Wade stood close by with his best, trend-forward attitude in place. He suited up in a Valentino plaid ensemble that was embroidered and chain-accented for additional edge. It was likely no accident that the three-piece suit’s plum-and-mint colour palette referenced Gabrielle’s dress.

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22.06.17

The Top 4 Australian Designers to Know from Resort 2018

The Aussie fashion scene is blowing up with fresh, emerging talent that is starting to rival the bulk of American and international designers. Down Under, the fashion scene is alive and well as designers are continually expanding and creating clothes that are modern, tailored, minimalistic and just plain cool. If you’re searching for the next wave of It-factor designers—and the clothes to covet—start your search here and soak up the top collections from Resort 2018.

Zimmermann Resort 2018
The Brand: Started by sisters, Nicky and Simone Zimmermann, the line is a manifestation of well-edited and well-conceived clothes that exude a sense of romance and playfulness.
Staples

Known For: Romanticized dresses, ruffled bikinis and lacey separates.

Celebrity Fans: Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Hailee Steinfeld

Ellery Resort 2018
The Brand: Founded by designer, Kym Ellery, the Aussie label is as cool as it gets with standout elements with curvaceous and tailored looks fashion editors clamor for.

Known For: Flared sleeves, flared trousers and sleek accessories you just can’t beat.

Celebrity Fans: Rita Ora, Chris Lee, Solange Knowles, Margot Robbie and Lara Bingle

Camilla and Marc Resort 2018
The Brand: Brother-sister duo, Camilla Freeman-Topper and Marc Freeman founded their eponymous line that has founded itself on the premise of creating high-end fashion that offers, clean structured silhouettes and contemporary tailoring.
Known For: Upscale black mainstays, sweetly clad mini-dresses, and color blocking.

Celebrity Fans: Karlie Kloss, Selena Gomez, Elsa Hosk, Emmy Rossum, Solange Knowles and Kaley Cuoco

Dion Lee Resort 2018
The Brand: Designer Dion Lee is an Aussie fixture and continually delivers sharply designed collections that are powerful and always edgy.

Known For: Known for skin-revealing dresses, cutouts and abstract designs.

Celebrity Fans: Cara Delevingne, Gabrielle Union, Naomie Harris, Margot Robbie and Karolina Kurkova

Rita Ora In Ellery – Out In New York

Rita Ora continued to think inside the box for her New York City street style, when she was seen out and about to promote her new single ‘Your Song’ on Tuesday (June 20).

Donning another boxy suit—this version hailed from the Ellery Resort 2018 collection— she not only embraced the out-sized shape but also another radiant colour in this sky-blue hue.

Slightly off-kilter with its alignment of white buttons and baggy, borrowed-from-the-boys pants, the suit still suffered no lack of sophistication on Rita who dictates this silhouette quite well.

I love how she brought a sleek edge to the proportions with her straight locks, glam pink shades, and blush sandals.

The vote was split on her boxy lime-green suit from yesterday. How does this one fare?

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Li Yuchun In Ellery – Cannes Film Festival Opening Gala Dinner

Despite her petite frame, Li Yuchun has never been afraid of making a bold statement.

The Chinese megastar changed out of her Maison Margiela Couture look for the Cannes Film Festival opening gala on Wednesday (May 17), into something less costumey.

I love how her Ellery Pre-Fall 2017 look taps into the zeitgeist of the upcoming season with its classic tailoring and extravagant ruffle detailing, and how she kept the flares for a retro, chic touch.

Never one to shy away from over-sized, mannish proportions – if anything she gravitates towards them – I’m sure you’ll view this as a more successful outing than the first.

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Jessica Mauboy In Ellery – 2015 ARIA Awards

Jessica Mauboy In Ellery - 2015 ARIA Awards

Jessica Mauboy attended the 2015 ARIA Awards held at The Star today (November 26) in Sydney, Australia.

The singer is the one person I look out for at this annual event, so I was surprised that she selected this grey Ellery Resort 2016 look.

We’ve seen some poor oversized suits courtesy of Cate Blanchett this year, but this beats them both.

What looks stylish and fashion forward in the look book, comes across as sloppy, ill-fitting and awkward on Jessica.

Not one part of this is working in her favour.

I read that Jessica recently fired her stylish; so I think it’s safe to say we all know who is having the last laugh.

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