America Ferrera In Givenchy – 13th Annual Women Who Care Event

America Ferrera In Givenchy - 13th Annual Women Who Care Event

America Ferrera attended the 13th annual Women Who Care event held at Cipriani 42nd Street on Wednesday (May 7) in New York City.

Opting for a Givenchy short-sleeved fitted frock for the second time in a row, the actress selected a look from the Resort 2014 collection.

Set on a dark backdrop and punctuated with pink, Givenchy’s collage of floral prints is a modern way to work the motif this spring.

White Rupert Sanderson pumps, subtle jewels and a half-up, half-down hairstyle completed the look.


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Naomi Watts In Givenchy – First Annual Village Fete

Naomi Watts In Givenchy - First Annual Village Fete

Naomi Watts attended the first annual Village Fete at Pioneer Works on Sunday (May 4) in New York City joining Maggie Gyllenhaal.

Making a ladylike impression, the actress wore a Givenchy Fall 2014 pleated chiffon dress with a necktie rendered in soft-pink, purple and red hues.

Worn with black shoes, the feminine look was completed with a half-up, half-down hairstyle and pink pout.

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06.05.14 Menswear

2014 Met Gala Menswear Roundup

Met Gala Men 1The dress code at the 2014 Met Ball, themed ‘Charles James: Beyond Fashion’ was “white tie,” which meant the guys were on their best glam behavior—at least most of them. Tuxes were spotted at every turn among the handsome hunks on the red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on Monday (May 5). It takes a lot of sartorial strength to stand up to the rush of bustling, bold gowns that punctuate the evening, but let’s hear it for the men who made it work.

David Beckham: This hot topic was hotter than ever in a crisp, cool Ralph Lauren Black Label white shawl collar tuxedo jacket, black bow tie and black tuxedo pant. This is the way to rock formal wear, without a hit of fussiness. Swooning yet?

Douglas Booth
: The British actor took a regally traditional route, but put a refreshingly modern spin on his head-to-toe Burberry outing. He was positively dashing in a black tailcoat and dress trousers, worn with a white waistcoat, wing collar bib-front shirt, white bow tie and black loafers.

Andrew Garfield
: “The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ star looked sharp in silver, dressed in a Band of Outsiders metallic blazer with contrasting black shawl collar, paired with a white shirt, black bow tie and black tuxedo trousers. I love the touch of metal here.

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Models @ The 2014 Met Gala

Models @ The Met 1

It’s the time you’ve all been waiting for, Model @ The Met, where we take a look at all the leggy beauties who took to the red carpet for the 2014 Met Gala in New York City on Monday (May 5).

Liu Wen: There is only one thing 100% guaranteed on Met Gala night: a Zac Posen gown will shut down the red carpet. Liu Wen worked this green strapless ballgown to perfection. Styled with David Yurman jewels and a black clutch, the next few words won’t come as a surprise: best-dressed nominee.

Georgia May Jagger: The British model wore a custom Mugler black and white lined slinky gown with a plunging neckline and satin trim styled with Sergio Rossi asymmetrical
‘Dali’ pumps. This gown is a first for the fashion house’s new creative director David Koma.

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Erykah Badu In Givenchy Couture – 2014 Met Gala

Erykah Badu In Givenchy Couture - 2014 Met Gala

Erykah Badu attended the 2014 Met Gala on Monday (May 5) as the guest of Riccardo Tisci.

Wearing a head-to-toe custom Givenchy Couture outfit, she was certainly marching to the beat of her own drum showcasing her sartorial style.

The look featured a black jumpsuit worn with a white satin coat embroidered with crystals which matched her silk headscarf and wool hat.

Givenchy Couture silver earrings and black Givenchy leather sandals completed her look.

This is how you make an impact and stand out on a red carpet with a sea of 5ft long trains.

I wonder if that hat will catch on?

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