Kirsten Dunst In Marco de Vincenzo & Bottega Veneta – Out In New York & Late Night with Seth Meyers

Kirsten Dunst was spotted out and about in New York on Monday (June 19) before she made her way to the ‘Late Night with Seth Meyers’ show to continue promoting ‘The Beguiled’.

Out in New York: I love the frills on this Marco de Vincenzo plunging blouse and the slit on this high-waisted skirt, but I wonder if the dark colours are making this look feel a bit heavy. What are your thoughts? The oversized sunglasses and red shoes, however, are the perfect classic accompaniments for this look.

Late Night with Seth Meyers: Kirsten’s second look couldn’t have been more different. The yellow sherbet colour palette is uplifting and summery whilst the gold embellishments add some glamour. The Bottega Veneta Fall 2017 dress, with its puff sleeves and button front, has some retro Southern charm about it. Some might find the shoes heavy, but without them, the look might have become two-dimensional.

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‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ London Premiere Red Carpet Roundup

Hermione Corfield wasn’t the only one at the London premiere of ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ on Wednesday (May 10). Here are a few more femmes who took to the red carpet.

Poppy Delevingne: The first thing I noticed about this Elie Saab Spring 2017 gown was its lush teal hue—and the overachiever slits. That said, with its lightness of form, the dress featured a beautiful, flowing movement in which romantic femininity and languid sultriness merged into one, with gold accessories including strappy sandals and a Jimmy Choo Lockett Minaudière hammered-metal clutch adding a gilded touch.

Millie Brady: Not even the starry, constellation-print could add more twinkle to this Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2017 sheer frock, as the granny panties that peeked through the skirt were a distraction—and the yawn-inducing black pumps did not come to the rescue.

Jacqui Ainsley: The delicate, petal-pink hue of this Victoria Beckham dress put a softer spin on its sexy, body-con styling, which Jacqui styled with a contrasting red clutch and nude heels.

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Beyonce Knowles In Marco de Vincenzo – Out In New York City

Beyonce Knowles In Marco de Vincenzo - Out In New York City

Beyonce Knowles was spotted out in New York City on Tuesday (March 31) leaving an office building.

Normally a rainbow comes after the rain, but in the downpour the singer showcased a multitude of colours, wearing a highly polished Marco de Vincenzo rainbow lurex knit dress from the Fall 2015 collection.

More colour was further imbued via her Marco de Vincenzo rainbow sunglasses and braided velvet purple sandals, which I have had a crush on since I saw them at a press event last week.

Lurex can be unforgiving, but she pulled off this look with relative ease, so I can’t help but wish this had been worn to the Tidal launch event.

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Taylor Swift In Marco de Vincenzo – ‘1989’ Tokyo Press Conference

Taylor Swift In Marco de Vincenzo - '1989' Tokyo Press Conference

Taylor Swift gave her new album, ‘1989’, a big push by presenting it to the media and her fans at a press conference held in Tokyo, Japan on Friday (November 7).

Wearing a second look from Marco de Vincenzo’s Fall 2014 collection, the singer shunned her favoured mini designs for a silk polka-dot black and blush blouse with a matching silk polka-dot black and blush pleated skirt.

The look is ladylike, fun and flirty, with a pair of mint-green Pierre Hardy sandals which make me go weak at the knees giving the look a fresh feel, and a pretty pink lip colour rounding out the look.

Are you as delighted as I am to see something a bit different from Taylor?

Taylor Swift In Marco de Vincenzo

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Taylor Swift In Marco de Vincenzo – SiriusXM Studios

Taylor Swift In Marco de Vincenzo - SiriusXM Studios

Taylor Swift attended ‘1989’ ‘Town Hall’ airing live on SiriusXM Hits 1 at SiriusXM Studios on Wednesday (October 29) in New York City.

The singer has been on quite a roll; however, on this occasion she wore something a little less predictable, donning a Marco de Vincenzo rib-knit optical sweater with a metallic lurex pleated skirt from the Fall 2014 collection.

While I love the futuristic nature of the skirt, the psychedelic top is a bit jarring. I much prefer the top on the runway, but I do appreciate that the chosen top gave the look a more daytime feel.

Jerome C. Rousseau ‘Dragonette’ Mary Jane pumps rounded out her look.

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