Gwendoline Christie In Iris van Herpen Couture – ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ London Premiere

Gwendoline Christie joined Kelly Marie Tran and Laura Dern for the ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ London premiere held at the Royal Albert Hall this evening (December 12).

There was time when Gwendoline stayed true to two designers: Vivienne Westwood and Giles Deacon; so I’m delighted to see her branch out and explore new designers and silhouettes.

I think this Iris van Herpen Fall 2017 Couture gown might just be my favourite ever look from the actress.

I love how the voluminous veil of wispy semi-sheer tulle showcases a more sensual side to her style, while not compromising her strong, commanding presence on the red carpet.

There is so much detail and intrigue that I didn’t even find myself thinking about the sheerness; as I was imagining how beautifully this Couture piece would’ve glided down the red carpet.

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Fan Bingbing In Iris Van Herpen Couture & Jean Paul Gaultier Couture – 2018 iQIYI Screaming Night & Tencent Star Awards 2017

Fan Bingbing was at the 2018 iQIYI Screaming Night on Saturday (December 2) before attending the Tencent Star Awards 2017 on Sunday (December 3) in Beijing, China.

2018 iQIYI Screaming Night: The pure technical masterpiece that is an Iris Van Herpen design always takes my breath way, and that didn’t change with the artistry of this Fall 2017 Couture squiggly wave gown styled with De Beers jewels. Not even the return of Fan’s gigantic platforms could divert my eyes from the marvel of the dress.

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Soo Joo Park In Iris van Herpen Couture – ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ Venice Film Festival

We may equate the Venice Film Festival with classic representations of all-out glamour, but it’s not without its style-forward moments—the latest one provided courtesy of Soo Joo Park.

While at the ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ premiere, where she joined Rebecca Hall, the L’Oreal Paris global ambassador delved into the Iris van Herpen Spring 2017 Couture collection.

Reading—or dressing—between the lines, the platinum-haired model was a vision in this tessellated gown that was a technical marvel like all of the designer’s creations.

With such an intricate dress that sensuously echoed the curves of the feminine form, nary an accessory was required.

The Christian Louboutin heels were perfect; I might have left the timepiece at home.

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