2nd Annual Wearable Art Gala Red Carpet Roundup

At the 2nd Annual Wearable Art Gala on Saturday (March 17) in LA, Beyonce may have been Queen B with her undulating golden goddess gown. But, there were still plenty of fashion-minded femmes making waves there—and adopting the ‘Black Panther’ theme via their Wakanda-inspired looks.

Tina Knowles: Like mother, like daughter. Bey’s mom and Wearable Art Gala co-founder also went down a golden-bronze path—granted, a more subdued one—in this Jean-Louis Sabaji Spring 2018 Couture satin creation that was bedecked in a feathered cape for dramatic effect.

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Beyonce Knowles In Jean-Louis Sabaji Couture – Wearable Art Gala

Following her red carpet look, Beyonce Knowles changed into a seat friendly dress for the Wearable Art Gala on Saturday (March 17).

Continuing the same golden Nubian warrior theme, this Jean-Louis Sabaji Spring 2018 Couture look didn’t have the same gravitas as the first; even with the addition of the gold metal hand guards, as it still feels like an oversized bomber jacket.

I think the train is bothering me the most, as it doesn’t appear to serve any real purpose.



Models @ The Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Models stormed the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 4) in Beverly Hills, California, with a range of head-turning looks—for better or worse.

Alessandra Ambrosio: The naked dress had another showing with this Ralph & Russo Couture embellished, sheer design, styled with Lorraine Schwartz jewels and Giuseppe Zanotti sandals. There will be no doubt her body isn’t rocking, but I know eyes will be rolling at the complete transparency of the look.

Ashley Graham: This Rubin Singer gown featured a recognizable, slit-to-there silhouette, but it was the gleaming sheen that upped the ante. A swept-back hairstyle and Sophia Webster sandals completed the look.

Lily Aldridge: The golden-goddess look served Lily well in this Versace liquid-gold gown that had a certain chainmail effect. Christian Louboutin heels and Bvlgari jewels and bag finished her glamorously regal entrance.

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Allison Williams In Jean-Louis Sabaji Couture – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Allison Williams left the Academy Awards and headed to the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscars Party on Sunday (March 4) in Los Angeles.

After her nude colored Armani Privé gown at the ceremony, she went for a much bolder color in this Jean-Louis Sabaji Spring 2018 Couture gown.

I am totally swooning over the petal-covered skirt and love how unexpected and unique it is. Allison looks beautiful in bright colors and this is a complete departure from her first gown. I will say, I wish there was a bit more of a tapered, mermaid-esque shape to it, as it slightly less impactful as is, but that is really nit-picking on my part!

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Cheryl In Jean-Louis Sabaji – The BRIT Awards 2018

Cheryl walked the red carpet with boyfriend Liam Payne at The Brit Awards 2018 on Wednesday (February 21) in London, England, where they joined Alesha Dixon and Millie Bobby Brown.

The former Girls Aloud member channeled dark sophistication in a Jean-Louis Sabaji Spring 2018 dress.

I am being complementary when I say that there is a crow-like quality to the style with its feather-like detailing cascading across the chest and arm and the dramatic cinched waist.

Unfortunately, Cheryl’s version has lost a lot of that moody drama with the shorter skirt and looser silhouette.

The rose-adorned shoes do not help matters.

I understand she wore them to tie into the white rose and the Time’s Up movement, but there are too many details going on and not one clear focal point.

Liam looked suave with his pale blue Stella McCartney jacket popping against the dark pieces.

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