14.05.14

Bellamy Young In Robert Rodriguez, Max Mara & House of Ronald – SiriusXM Studios & Upfronts Celebration

Bellamy Young In Robert Rodriguez, Max Mara & House of Ronald - SiriusXM Studios & Upfronts

Bellamy Young paid a visit to SiriusXM Studios and attended the Entertainment Weekly and ABC celebration of the New York Upfronts following the announcement that ‘Scandal’ has been renewed for another season.

SiriusXM Studios: Working an edgier look, the actress wore a Robert Rodriguez marble-print top with an asymmetrical cut paired with Max Mara black tapered trousers. Keeping the styling simple, she added W. Britt jewels and Vic Matie leather cut-out booties.

Upfronts: On this occasion the actress wore a House of Ronald Spring 2014 black dress, with illusion panels on the shoulders and waist giving the look a crop-top-and-skirt feel. The look was styled with Aldo black strappy sandals.

My issue with the first look is the shoes. I think, overall, this look was trying too hard to be edgy.

The second look is pretty enough, but I’m not a fan of the crop top illusion. This look feels a tad too twee for the 44-year-old actress.

Credit: Getty

Bella Thorne In House of Ronald – LoveGold Honors Academy Award Nominee Lupita Nyong’o

Bella Thorne In House of Roland - LoveGold Honors Academy Award Nominee Lupita Nyong’o

Bella Thorne joined Naomie Harris on the red carpet for the ‘LoveGold Celebrate Academy Award Nominee Lupita Nyong’o’ event held at Chateau Marmont on Wednesday (February 26) in Los Angeles, California.

The young star is one of the few who is always experimenting on the red carpet.

While I wasn’t too fond of her last outing, this is much improved.

She wore a pretty House of Ronald Spring 2014 pink illusion cocktail dress with a jewel-print skirt and crystal detail on the shoulders which is sweet without being to saccharine thanks to the faux cut-outs.

Metallic-gold Jimmy Choo ‘Lance’ sandals and a red-and-gold Oroton clutch accessorized her look, with a high bun providing the finishing touch.

Much improved?

Credit: House of Roland & Getty