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Margot Robbie In Apiece Apart, Ji Oh & Erdem – IMDb Studio & ‘I, Tonya’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Margot Robbie has also been at the 2017 Toronto Film Festival, where she stopped by the IMDb Studio on Friday (September 8), later attending the ‘I, Tonya’ premiere that day.

IMDb Studio: Transitioning into fall, Margot cut a sophisticated profile with her ribbed Apiece Apart sweater and high-waist Ji Oh skirt. Sometimes oversized, mismatched buttons can come across as comical, but here they brought just the right measure of quirky, stylish appeal. Jimmy Choo shoes rounded out the look.

‘I, Tonya’ Premiere: In a complete 180-turn, the actress delved into a far more romantic spirit with this flowy Erdem ‘Cassandra’ floral-embroidered gown from the Resort 2018 collection. With this look, she proved just how beguiling the colour blue is for her—while keeping summer’s whimsy alive.

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Jenna Coleman In Erdem – ‘Victoria’ Season 2 Premiere

Jenna Coleman was back on the red carpet for the season 2 premiere of ‘Victoria’, held at the Ham Yard Hotel in London this afternoon (August 24).

While it’s still sunny in London, there’s something in the air signalling autumn, which is why this Erdem Fall 2017 dress with its heavenly contrast of bold blooms against a black background feels so right.

I love the feminine, Victoriana-inspired features and the patchwork design which adds an idiosyncratic flair to the look.

This is BDOTW-worthy to me. Do you agree?

Erdem Zuzanna Silk Dress

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Hannah Murray In Erdem – ‘Detroit’ London Premiere

The ‘Detroit’ premiere took place in London on Wednesday (August 16), with Hannah Murray taking to the red carpet.

Looking every inch an English rose, the actress wore an Erdem Pre-Fall 2017 suit.

All-over floral prints are traditionally hard to pull off for even for the savviest fashion mavens, but I love the modern cut of this particular suit.

Letting the suit speak for itself with neutral makeup and simple pumps works in Hannah’s favour.

My only issue with is that the trousers didn’t appear to fit, or sit so well.

Erdem May V-Neck Jacket
Erdem Kaia Flare Trousers

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18.07.17

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Erdem – Poland State Visit Day 2

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were out attending engagements in Gdansk, a port city on the Baltic coast of Poland, on the second day of the royal tour today (18 July).

Looking every inch an English rose, Catherine wore a top and matching skirt by Erdem, which is one of her go-to brands during royal tours.

If Catherine was a celebrity, I would be wondering if she’d switched stylists, as the – very subtle changes – in her style since Wimbledon have certainly put a spring in her step.

Not only is she looking much younger (with the glosser, shorter tresses), but much less frumpy and by her standards – more adventurous with her styling opting for Stuart Weitzman ‘NearlyNude’ patent-leather sandals and a clutch by Polish brand Etui.

Stuart Weitzman NearlyNude patent-leather sandals

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17.07.17

Celebrities at the Wimbledon Championships

The Wimbledon Championships saw another round of pretties out to watch the finale action on Sunday (July 16) in London.

Rosamund Pike: I can totally see this Erdem floral-printed frock in a shorter version. As presented with the ruffle sleeves, flared long skirt, and embellished lavender shoes, the look presented as rather heavy and overwrought.

Emilia Clarke: There was much that was darling about this Dolce & Gabbana floral dress and accent bow, but there also much that was very fall about it. When styled with Mary Janes, it felt especially better suited for the forthcoming season. The sleeves also seemed a bit long.

Vanessa Kirby: I loved Vanessa’s Tory Burch dress for its inherent fresh, summery vibe, but also because the sweater top and box-pleat skirt had a chic tennis-uniform-inspired spirit. I do wish she had opted for another colour of sandal—I would have taken a complementary red, navy, or ivory over the nude pair.

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