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‘Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story’ London Screening

A dynamic trio of trend-forward stars were at the screening of ‘Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop: A Bad Boy Story’ in London on Tuesday (May 16).

Salma Hayek: Salma prettified this Gucci Resort 2017 ensemble by wearing the strong, plaid skirt with a feminine ruffle blouse and sculpted heels, although the leather jacket did contribute a tougher edge. It was a solid effort for Salma; I was just slightly bothered by the fit of the skirt around the hips, as I would have preferred a more streamlined finish.

Lupita Nyong’o: I was delighted to see Lupita back on the red carpet in this statement-making Fendi Spring 2017 ensemble that brought in her love of bold hues with the red turtleneck sweater. It takes a certain talent to pull off the directional edge of the crop top and those cropped parachute pants, and she definitely fit the bill. Plus, her styling and her beauty look were on point from top to toe.

Naomi Campbell: The supermodel was not ready to bid adieu to sheer yet, as she wore it in a lace top with this decorative, sexy spin on suiting from the Alexander McQueen Spring 2017 collection. Her sleek bob helped increase the chic factor of the look.

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Kelly Rohrbach In Missoni & Fendi – ‘Despierta America’ & ‘Baywatch’ World Premiere

Kelly Rohrbach has been making the Miami rounds to promote ‘Baywatch,’ stopping by ‘Despierta America’ on Friday (May 12) before the premiere on Saturday (May 13).

‘Despierta America’: Highlighting her bronzed glow, Kelly kept it simple in a Missoni Pre-Fall 2017 tank-style dress paired with rosy Giuseppe Zanotti sandals and Jenny Bird earrings. The shading of neutral hues, punctuated by bright teal-green, was a vibrant choice for her.

‘Baywatch’ World Premiere: Joining Alexandra Daddario, Pamela Anderson, and Priyanka Chopra for the premiere, Kelly wore a Fendi Spring 2017 dress. While she apparently didn’t get the sequins and shine memo, her fresh, breezy look seemed far suitable for its beach-y surroundings.

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Claire Foy In Fendi – Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards

I was delighted to see Claire Foy opt for something different for the Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards yesterday (May 14) in London, as there are only so many floral gowns one person can wear before the look starts to feel predictable.

Whispers of sheer lace add to the beguiling beauty to this Fendi Fall 2017 midi dress which forms a style that personifies the label’s ultra-feminine and youthful aesthetic.

Thankfully she didn’t opt for the velvet boots, as the look was styled with Gianvito Rossi maroon velvet sandals instead.

Noor Fares’ ‘Geometry 101 Merkaba’ 3D earrings completed her look.

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2017 Humane Society Gala

The Humane Society’s annual ‘To the Rescue!’ gala was held on Saturday (April 22) in LA, with a group of animal-loving stars in attendance.

Laura Vandervoort: The epitome of chic, Laura showed off the glories of the LBD’s counterpart, the little white dress, in this Rhea Costa Pre-Fall 2017 design. I love the subtle drama of the split sleeves and how she frosted the minimalist look with the sophisticated flash of accessories including an embellished bronze Kate Spade New York clutch and Bionda Castana metallic shoes.

Elizabeth Banks: Girly springtime flair was alive and well in this pointillist pink Fendi dress styled with complementary Prada shoes. The racing stripes down the front and sides added a welcome edge to the sweetness of the ruffle skirt, keeping the look from going too sugary.

Rooney Mara: This Burberry Spring 2017 ensemble paired ladylike, doily lace with a menswear-inspired dress shirt. But, despite the fresh, creamy-white hue, the look not only seemed ill-fitted but also a bit drab and ageing on Rooney.

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Britt Robertson In Fendi – ‘Girlboss’ LA Premiere

Britt Robertson joined Sophia Amoruso for the premiere of Netflix’s’ ‘Girlboss’ on Monday (April 17) in Hollywood, California.

The young actress wore a fanciful Fendi Spring 2017 dress, however, I found myself preferring the shorter runway version.

Not only because it has a more playful feel, but also because the outer pockets don’t appear to be so random.

Runway or red carpet? Which version do you prefer?

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