14.01.15

ELLE’s Annual Women in Television Celebration

ELLE's Annual Women in Television Celebration

ELLE’s Annual Women in Television Celebration took place at the Sunset Tower on Tuesday (January 13) in West Hollywood, California, with many women in television in attendance.

Sarah Hyland: The ‘Modern Family’ star opted for head-to-toe white. I love the voluminous structure of her DKNY Spring 2015 dress, which only highlights the alluring cut-outs further. Styled with a classic Edie Parker clutch, the look was given a touch of colour via her hot-pink lip.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead: Pretty in pink, the actress wore an Osman Spring 2015 dress accented with black fringed details, which she complemented with matching pumps and a box clutch.

Jenna Dewan Tatum: The ‘Witches of East End’ golden girl wore a slinky metallic dress from Reem Acra’s Fall 2014 collection styled with Kurt Geiger London ‘Belgravia’ sandals.

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12.01.15

Sarah Hyland In Emilio Pucci – HBO’s 2015 Post-Golden Globe Awards Party

Sarah Hyland In Emilio Pucci - HBO's 2015 Post-Golden Globe Awards Party

Sarah Hyland attended HBO’s 2015 Post-Golden Globe Awards Party held at Circa 55 Restaurant on Sunday (January 11) in Los Angeles, California.

The actress wore an Emilio Pucci black leather crop top and black sequinned column skirt from the VIP collection.

Sexy and edgy without stepping too far off the mark, her dramatic party look was styled with Lorraine Schwartz jewels and a slicked-back do.

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09.01.15

Audi and W Magazine’s Golden Globes Parties

Audi and W Magazine's Golden Globe Parties

Audi and W Magazine hosted parties to celebrate the Golden Globes on Thursday (January 9), with celebs party-hopping between the two events held at Cecconi’s Restaurant and the Chateau Marmont respectively.

Dita Von Teese: The burlesque star was at the W Magazine party decked out in signature black, working a classic Le Smoking tuxedo dress.

Joanne Froggatt: The ‘Downton Abbey’ actress opted for a lighter summery look at the Audi party, wearing an aqua-blue raffia Ermanno Scervino Spring 2015 crop top and skirt styled with silver accessories including Stuart Weitzman sandals and a Jill Milan clutch.

Salma Hayek: At the W Magazine party the Latin actress wore head-to-toe Alexander McQueen, with her fit-and-flare frock spliced with a red pattern that mimicked the brand’s signature corset belt.

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Alessandra Ambrosio In Emilio Pucci & Behati Prinsloo In Alexander Wang – Extra

Alessandra Ambrosio In Emilio Pucci & Behati Prinsloo In Alexander Wang - Extra

Alessandra Ambrosio and Behati Prinsloo made a guest appearance on Extra, taped at Universal CityWalk on Monday (December 8) in Los Angeles, California, where they promoted the 2014 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, which airs tonight in the US on CBS.

Alessandra Ambrosio: Many have labelled Alessandra’s style tacky, but here she is relatively covered up by her standards, wearing an Emilio Pucci brown wool turtleneck with a military-green beaded skirt, proving, most importantly to herself, that sexy doesn’t always need to be a tight-fitting dress with your twins pushed up to your chin. I find this far sexier than her Balmain look from last week.

Behati Prinsloo: The model wore an Alexander Wang Spring 2015 PVC striped mini with a neon-green beaded neckline, which doesn’t, brand-wise, seem to fit. Factor in those ‘I can be edgy’ shoe-booties and this is a head-to-toe no from me.

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Olga Kurylenko In Emilio Pucci – ‘The Water Diviner’ Melbourne Premiere

Olga Kurylenko In Emilio Pucci - 'The Water Diviner' Melbourne Premiere

Following the Sydney premiere, Olga Kurylenko was back on the red carpet for the Melbourne premiere of ‘The Water Diviner’, held at the Rivoli Cinema today (December 3) in Australia.

The actress went in a totally different direction, selecting an Emilio Pucci weaved nappa leather dress accented with fringes and precious studs from the Spring 2015 collection styled with Tabitha Simmons ‘Dana’ black satin sandals.

She wears it well, but I can’t say I’m a huge fan of the dress itself.

Perhaps it’s because there’s too much going on, perhaps because of the warrior princess vibe I’m getting from the look, or that it’s such a stark contrast to the first look, which I loved.

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