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January Jones In J. Mendel – 2015 CFDA Fashion Awards

January Jones In J Mendel - 2015 CFDA Fashion Awards

January Jones attended the 2015 CFDA Fashion Awards at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center on Monday (June 1) in New York City.

The ‘Mad Men’ star embraced a powerfully feminine impression with a touch of allure wearing a dual-colour J. Mendel Fall 2015 jumpsuit.

Making a slight modification to the runway look, I prefer January’s printed sash for a much sleeker finish.

Attending with Irene Neuwirth, the look was styled with the jewelry designers one of a kind mixed gem-stone necklace along with Paul Andrew ‘Vitales’ sandals and a Rauwolf clutch.

I find the clutch a little overpowering and the hair a bit to prissy for this edgy look, but this is a great look nonetheless.

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01.06.15

2015 Critics’ Choice Television Awards Red Carpet Roundup

2015 Critics' Choice Television Awards Red Carpet Roundup

A crush of additional lovelies joined Charlize Theron and Cat Deeley at the 2015 Critics’ Choice Television Awards, hosted at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday (May 31) in Beverly Hills, California.

Angie Harmon: The actress was vibrant in a beautifully printed Christian Siriano Fall 2015 frock with a primly feminine tea-length skirt and a much sultrier, off-the-shoulder neckline that might have needed a nudge up. As is, it looks a bit close to a wardrobe malfunction.

Yvonne Strahovski
: The intense sky-blue hue of this Michael Kors Spring 2015 gown was enough to strike a beautiful chord in ‘The Astronaut Wives Club’ actress’s minimalistic silhouette. I love the additional punch of colour provided by the coral-red lip.

Anna Faris: Also opting for a sleekly simple aesthetic, Ana struck the right balance between subtle and striking with her ballet-pink ZAC Zac Posen Fall 2015 high-low dress. Keeping her accessories in line with the frock, she wore tonal Kurt Geiger London ‘Bond’ pumps and an Edie Parker ‘Jean’ clutch.

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05.05.15

Olivia Munn In J. Mendel – 2015 Met Gala

Olivia Munn In J Mendel - 2015 Met Gala

Olivia Munn made a high drama statement on the red carpet of the 2015 Met Gala in New York City tonight (May 4).

The actress wore an intricately pleated J. Mendel gown with drape-away sleeves and bold colors, and while Olivia often has an appealing ‘everygirl’ quality about her, that is nowhere to be found tonight. She looks as glamorous as I’ve ever seen her, and I love every aspect of it.

Despite how much is going on with the draping and color-fading of the dress, Olivia continued to editorialize the look with huge diamond jewels and red and black nail art, and while it was a risk, I think that risk totally paid off.

Word on the street is that Olivia was invited to sit at Anna Wintour’s head table tonight, and hopefully she’ll make as good of an impression on the Anna as she has on me.

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24.04.15

Britt Robertson In J. Mendel – The CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards

Britt Robertson In J Mendel - The CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards

Britt Robertson attended The CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards during CinemaCon, on Thursday (April 23) in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she picked up the ‘CinemaCon 2015 Star of Tomorrow Award’.

Such is the youthful vitality that the actress brings to the red carpet, I often forget that she’s 25-years-old and not a teen queen.

On this occasion she looks all grown up, wearing a J. Mendel Fall 2015 ivory and black one shoulder dress designed with easy sensibility, oozing elegance with contemporary blessings for a sleek clean-cut silhouette.

Opting for a red lip, when I wish she’d gone for red sandals, the look was completed with uber glossy waves and a gorgeous smile.

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Elisabeth Moss In J. Mendel – ‘Mad Men’ New York Screening

Elisabeth Moss In J Mendel - 'Mad Men' New York Screening

Elisabeth Moss attended the ‘Mad Men’ New York screening held at The Museum of Modern Art on Sunday (March 22) in New York City.

The actress shook up her two-tone J. Mendel sultry frock with a pair of red Stuart Weitzman suede pumps, when black would’ve been an easy option.

I love how this dress sculpts a flattering silhouette. Form-fitting but not the least bit constraining, this modern frock is steeped in feminine elegance.

Should she have kept the original length of the skirt?

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