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Rihanna In Giambattista Valli Couture – ‘Valerian and The City of a Thousand Planets’ London Premiere

Rihanna stepped onto the blue carpet for the premiere of ‘Valerian and The City of a Thousand Planets’ in London this evening (July 24), wearing her second Giambattisa Valli Couture gown in a row, going from millennial pink princess to busty babe.

I have no problem with a cleavage-heavy look, but her cup runneth over here.

While this look has all the drama I want from a summer blockbuster premiere, I’m not crazy about the look itself.

Mostly because I don’t associate this tent-like creation with her style, much like her Cannes Film Festival run.

Her last look saw her back to winning ways, but this is a step backwards for me as I’m just not feeling it at all.

Chopard jewels and a rose accented Jimmy Choo ‘Memento Cloud’ clutch rounded out her look.

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18.07.17 Premiere

Rihanna In Giambattista Valli Couture – ‘Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets’ LA Premiere

Rihanna was on a completely different planet from Cara Delevingne at the ‘Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets’ LA premiere on Monday (July 17)—if her look was any indication, that is.

Her style universe was one of bubblegum pink, cotton candy clouds, and frou, as she floated out this Giambattista Valli Couture custom high-low gown paired with custom Manolo Blahnik lace-up sandals for that distinct RiRi touch.

I always love it when Rihanna keeps us on our toes with unexpected turns such as this softer confection that oozed with girly, Victorian romance, dramatic tulle and chiffon layers, and whimsical pouf.

A matching Judith Leiber clutch and a light sprinkling of Chopard jewels completed the fantasy look with the appropriate amount of subtle restraint.

I’m sure some may be reminded of another sugar-sweet Giambattista Valli design she wore a couple of years ago.

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Bella Hadid In Giambattista Valli Couture – Vogue Paris Foundation Dinner

Bella Hadid joined Lily James and Emily Ratajkowski for the Vogue Paris Foundation dinner on Tuesday (July 4).

I know many of you just can’t get on board with her attention seeking ways style, but I have to say this Giambattista Valli Spring 2017 Couture tangy dress might just be one of my favourites from her, despite the mullet hemline.

The look possesses a smoldering elegance with her objective to leave you in awe rather than leaving you wondering where is her underwear – for a nice change.

A Messika choker and sparkling Louboutins completed her look.

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04.07.17

Front Row @ Giambattista Valli Fall 2017 Couture

As we all know, Giambattista Valli makes the most beautiful, magical dresses, so when I see how both Celine Dion and Olivia styled their front row looks I’m slightly perplexed.

Spring dresses with heavy fall shoes? In July? Mid-heat wave?

Sorry, I just don’t get it.

I suppose I can give Olivia a pass as her oxfords ground her feminine guipure lace look, but there will be no such forgiveness for Celine.

Her velvet over-the-knee burgundy boots don’t make any sense plus they totally overcook the look.

I hope this isn’t the beginning of the decline for Dion.

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