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Cobie Smulders In Emilio Pucci – ‘Friends From College’ New York Premiere

Never one to shy away from a bold print, Cobie Smulders attended the New York premiere of ‘Friends From College’ on Monday (June 26), in a head-turning Emilio Pucci Spring 2017 ensemble.

The two-piece look was decked with a charismatic colourful graphic print, as you’d expect from the designer, with a zany feel which is utterly unconstrained and freeing, an aesthetic which continued to Cobie’s tousled hairstyle.

The choice to pair such a spirited style with a simple black Edie Parker ‘Jean’ clutch and classic red velvet strappy sandals was a good one.

After seeing a few heavy Fall looks on the red carpet over the past few days – Camila Alves in particular – this certainly made me smile.

Emilio Pucci High Waist Retro Print Midi Skirt
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07.06.17

2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards Red Carpet Roundup

The 2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards took place on Tuesday (June 6) in London. The event attracted some famous faces in fashionable ensembles.

Dua Lipa: The singer definitely got the ‘glamour’ memo judging by her Stella McCartney Fall 2017 cut-out gown. It was one of the few sultry after-dark looks we saw at this event.

Emily Berrington: Emilio Pucci’s dress seems inspired by paisley print. The unusual design features panelling, print, and a cut-out. Whilst this look is commendable for playing with shape, it’s confusing and overworked.

Rashida Jones: Amongst the sea of florals and neutrals, this Erdem Pre-Fall 2017 dress did stand out. I love the intricate detailing on the neckline which adds some softness to this look. The silhouette seems somewhat unflattering, however. I also wish the ‘Parks and Recreation’ actress has opted for more daring styling choices to amplify this look.

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22.05.17

Vanessa Hudgens’ Billboard Music Awards Wardrobe Changes

In addition to showing off her rapping and songbird skills while co-hosting the 2017 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday (May 21) in Las Vegas, Vanessa Hudgens flaunted a number of wardrobe changes providing different pieces of fashion eye candy throughout the night.

Starting off the pink carpet on a romantically feminine note, Vanessa wrapped herself in a Marchesa Fall 2017 bow-bedecked gown that offered a modern, sleek twist on girly dressing.

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Annabelle Wallis In Givenchy & Emilio Pucci – ‘The Mummy’ Sydney Premiere

Cannes Film Festival isn’t the only place high fashion looks are gracing red carpet, as Annabelle Wallis proved this weekend while attending the Universal Celebration of ‘The Mummy Day’ on Saturday (May 20) in Hollywood, California, followed by the Sydney premiere earlier today.

Universal Celebration of ‘The Mummy Day’: Kick starting her promo tour in a blaze of colour, you don’t get more punchy than this piece from Givenchy’s Fall 2017 all-red collection. I love how the dress appears simple in design, however, the silk satin lace detailing sets it apart from most scoop-neck dresses. Givenchy red sandals completed the radiant look.

‘The Mummy’ Sydney Premiere: Floor-sweeping and worthy of stares, this sequin-showered gown from Emilio Pucci’s Fall 2017 collection is nothing short of striking. I love how the copper hues enhance the drama while cut-out adds to the fashion-forward appeal.

Taraji P. Henson In Emilio Pucci – 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards

Taraji P. Henson was the winner of Best Fight Against the System for ‘Hidden Figures’ at the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards, hosted on Sunday (May 7) in LA.

Her golden popcorn trophy had nothing on her Emilio Pucci Fall 2017 dress, which was emanating with a strong sense of space-age glam. And, her blunt platinum bob only contributed to the futuristic effect.

That said, perhaps there is such a thing as too much gold—even in outer space—as the all-over glitter in combination with the high turtleneck didn’t exactly flatter Taraji’s figure.

The open back detail did help, but not enough to save the front of the dress.

Graziela Gems rings completed the metallic-overload look.

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