Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Keira Knightley In Mary Katrantzou - 'Can A Song Save Your Life' Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Keira Knightley took to the red carpet at the Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto, Canada yesterday evening for the Toronto Film Festival premiere of ‘Can A Song Save Your Life?’

She was the one I was looking out for at this festival and she didn’t disappoint, turning to maestro of prints Mary Katrantzou who created this enchanting bucolic landscapes and painterly murals print strapless calf-length strapless dress, with a fully-boned bodice and voluminous pleated skirt.

I was expecting another Valentino Couture gown, but this chic frock doesn’t disappoint. I’m glad she went left, when I was expecting her to go right.

Keeping her accessories to a minimum to let this head-turner speak for itself, she styled her frock with nude Christian Louboutin ankle strap suede pumps, smoky eyes and a tousled updo.

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You can buy Keira’s Mary Katrantzou Nevis Dijon strapless dress from
Matches Fashion Global and Matches Fashion UK.

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BDOTW 5 Aug

It was a Mary Katrantzou double this week, as you voted for Diane Kruger wearing a look from the designer’s Resort 2014 collection and I picked Naomie Harris in a frock from the designer’s Fall 2013 collection.

I may have gone for Diane, as her dress has more of an interesting shape, but I couldn’t get past the hair.

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When it came to the fellas, our choices differed. You selected the handsome Eddie Redmayne in his navy linen suit, while I was more enamoured with the pretty pink suit worn by RuPaul.

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Diane Kruger In Mary Katrantzou - FOX All-Star Party

Diane Kruger attends the FOX All-Star Party in West Hollywood, California yesterday evening.

The actress is the first to wear a look from Mary Katrantzou’s Resort 2014 collection.

Her strapless dress, with a fitted bodice and an asymmetric rose-and-trellis-patterned wrap-effect skirt with slash pockets at the hips, is just another example of why Diane is always top of the Best-Dressed lists.

Oozing fashion It-girl confidence, she didn’t overpower her striking dual-print dress, adding only a pearly-white Edie Parker ‘Jean’ clutch and black ankle-strap Stuart Weitzman sandals.

A dark-red lip colour and wavy tresses completed her look. For a change, I would’ve loved to have seen Diane do something different with her hair.

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Naomie Harris In Mary Katrantzou - Audi International Polo

Naomie Harris attended the Audi International Polo at Guards Polo Club in Egham, England, on Sunday.

The British actress wore a fit-to-perfection black-and-white landscape-print Mary Katrantzou Fall 2013 dress with multicolour rainbow accents featuring a fitted strapless bodice and a pleat-front skirt.

Looking as statuesque and as beautiful as ever, Naomie made the right decision to let this dress shine by just adding a Smythson ‘Anniversary’ envelope python clutch and black Rupert Sanderson ‘Camail’ sandals.

Naomie Harris In Mary Katrantzou & Rupert Sanderson

Mary Katrantzou DressLuisa via Roma US, Luisa via Roma Euro and Luisa via Roma UK
Rupert Sanderson ‘Camail’ SandalsRupert Sanderson and Selfridges

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Bella Heathcote In Mary Katrantzou - 'Helmut Newton White Women – Sleepless Nights – Big Nudes' Opening

Bella Heathcote made a welcome return to the red carpet for the opening of ‘Helmut Newton: White Women – Sleepless Nights – Big Nudes’ held at the Annenberg Space For Photography in Century City, California yesterday evening.

The Australian actress wore a Mary Katrantzou Fall 2013 black-and-white ‘Sandeep’ printed dress featuring a pointy collar.

Inspired by the photography of Edward Steichen and Alfred Stieglitz, this printed blouse dress is a beautiful way to wear monochrome.

The shadowy-print frock was accessorized with black peep-toe Jimmy Choo ‘Raven’ sandals and a black-and-gold Kelly Wearstler ‘Fractured’ clutch with a foot clasp, with gold spiked earrings and a red lip colour providing the finishing touches.

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