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02.05.17

Sophie Turner In Louis Vuitton – 2017 Met Gala

‘Game of Thrones’ star Sophie Turner attended the 2017 Met Gala on Monday (May 1) in New York City.

As we’d expect, she was dressed in a Louis Vuitton gown. And, given its lace applique motif, it looks to be inspired by designer Nicolas Ghesquière’s Fall 2017 collection for the label.

There is something quite endearing in the soft elegance of the dress and the feminine ruffle of the shoulder trains that floated behind her—an LV look without a hint of try-hard.

Yet, it likely won’t make the most memorable list of the night, as it’s neither particularly avant-garde nor dramatic.

Nevertheless, it doesn’t take away from the fact that Sophie was lovely with her swept-back locks and an ear cuff for a few fashion-forward bonus points.

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Lea Seydoux In Louis Vuitton & Marion Cotillard In Mugler – Chopard Dinner Du Cinema Celebrating Cannes Film Festival

Lea Seydoux and Marion Cotillard were at the Chopard Dinner Du Cinema Celebrating the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday (April 22) in Paris.

Lea Seydoux: While Lea’s Louis Vuitton Spring 2017 overcoat featured a sense of tailored femininity, it was a bit underwhelming for this occasion. Seeing the embellished sleeves of the outfit underneath only left me wishing to see more of it. I am glad she brought in some bright, bold vivacity with her lip shade.

Marion Cotillard: Conversely, there was no lacklustre feeling to be had when it came to Marion’s Mugler Fall 2017 dress and its brilliant shade of metallic blue. I love the slight futuristic edge of the statement shoulder, with a sparkling necklace perfectly icing the neckline of the look. If I were to nitpick, I do wish she had worn a more minimal sandal instead of the heavy straps.

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12.04.17

Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons Collaboration Launch Party

No stranger to collaborations, Louis Vuitton has now partnered with pop artist Jeff Koons on a limited line of accessories launching in April 28. To celebrate this Masters capsule collection, a dinner was held in Paris on Tuesday (April 11), with a host of LV-clad lovelies in attendance.

Jennifer Connelly: With a nod to a softer, romantic mood, Jennifer let her hair down in this decorative brocade and lace frock topped with a feathery stole. The label’s signature patent booties brought back the edge we’d expect in a look from this actress.

Fan Bingbing: Fan wore the signature sheer asymmetry of this gown effortlessly, which we’ve seen in different variation on Sophie Turner and Janice Man. I just think it would have been better served by sleeker styling, as the handbag and earrings competed rather than complemented the dress.

Cate Blanchett: As per, Cate cut a striking figure. But, the tailored regality of the sculptural top disappeared a bit with the drop-crotch pants, which can be something of an acquired taste.

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2017 Hong Kong Film Awards Red Carpet Roundup

A few other stars joined Zhang Ziyi at the 2017 Hong Kong Film Awards on Sunday (April 9).

Irene Wan Bik-ha: Irene found inspiration in a Christian Dior Spring 2017 gown that featured the stenciled tarot card drawings seen throughout the collection. I think I would have liked this better with a sleeker ’do.

Lin Yun: You may remember Lin’s Chanel Pre-Fall 2017 floral-embellished gown from earlier this year when Janelle Monae wore it at the 2017 SAG Awards. I’m glad the neck piece and wrist cuffs were removed this time to simplify the decorative look.

Janice Man: Another repeat gown appearance came from Janice in this Louis Vuitton Spring 2017 design, previously worn by Sophie Turner. Not many of you loved the spliced, sheer design on Sophie, so does this outing fare any better?

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Rooney Mara In Louis Vuitton – ‘The Discovery’ Netflix Premiere

Rooney Mara didn’t break any of her usual red carpet habits while attending the premiere of Netflix’s ‘The Discovery’ on Wednesday (March 29) LA.

The actress wore a Louis Vuitton Fall 2017 boudoir-inspired dress; cut to a ladylike length and trimmed with delicate nude-hued lace.

With its waxy-leather-like fabrication the dress the possesses an edge which I loved on the runway, however, the look falls a bit flat on Rooney.

Do you feel the same way or do you not like the dress at all?

I think Rita Ora or Rihanna would’ve sold this look to me.

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Fan Bingbing In Louis Vuitton – ‘The Amazing Race China’ Press Conference

Fresh from her best actress win at the 11th annual Asian Film Awards, Fan Bingbing was back on the red carpet for ‘The Amazing Race China’ press conference yesterday (March 23).

Known as the queen of princess gowns, the actress does surprise us from time to time; and this would be one of those rare occasions.

Her Louis Vuitton Spring 2017 suit with oversized proportions was all business, yet I love how she added a pair of Tuleste pom pom earrings to lighten the mood.

The platform Giuseppe Zanotti sandals are of course expected, yet they coordinate well with her look.

You weren’t fans (no pun intended) of her Elie Saab Couture look, so how does this look fare?

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