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Suki Waterhouse In Max Mara – ‘Baby Driver’ New York Screening

The hype surrounding ‘Baby Driver’ continued to grow at the New York screening on Monday (June 26), with Suki Waterhouse in attendance.

Bringing a city chic approach, Suki opted for a Max Mara Pre-Fall 2017 seafoam dress.

I love the ruching which adds a measure of drama without going overboard. The sheer sleeves add another layer of interest.

Her styling is as effortless and laid-back as her dress. A simple tousled hairstyle looks fuss-free while her Salvatore Ferragamo shoes add a hint of copper shimmer to this ensemble.

Suki has gone with a more casual aesthetic than the structured ice queen look seen on the runway, which do you prefer?

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15.06.17

Women In Film 2017 Crystal + Lucy Awards

A group of talented beauties turned out for the Women In Film 2017 Crystal + Lucy Awards were held on Tuesday (June 13) in Beverly Hills, California. As Max Mara were a presenting sponsor, there were many looks from the design house on the red carpet.

Brittany Snow
: I love the playfulness of the oversized polka dot motif in Brittany’s summer-ready frock and its darling nod to retro styling with the centre midriff cutout and bow at the bodice.

Zoey Deutch: While Zoey also wore a monochromatic colour palette, her cream gown struck a much more dramatic chord with its asymmetric, black ribbon sash. But it was Zoey’s oxblood lip and gigantic spherical earrings that really intensified the darker glamour of this sculptural statement.

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13.06.17

2017 Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award

Max Mara celebrated Zoey Deutch as the 2017 Women In Film’s Face of the Future Award recipient on Monday (June 12) in LA, where other starlets joined in the festivities—all donning their Max Mara best.

Zoey Deutch: As the guest of honour, Zoey stood out in a striking red suit that delivered sultry intrigue amidst it menswear-inspired suiting. I love the balanced juxtaposition of the outsized, long blazer with the balconette bra and high-waist pant, all topped off with tonal Lizzie Fortunato tassel earrings.

Sophia Bush: Also looking to roomy, mannish proportions, Sophia was chic in this gray suiting. The cropped effect made it relevant and her styling, including white pumps and John Hardy jewels, made it effortless.

Olivia Culpo: Olivia wears sharp, clean lines so well, and this ensemble was witness to that with the well-tailored yet feminine blouse and the precision-fit, patterned pants.

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10.04.17

ABC’s Scandal 100th Episode Celebration Red Carpet Roundup

At the 100th episode celebration of ‘Scandal’ on Saturday (April 8), a few other actresses joined Kerry Washington on the red carpet in West Hollywood.

Darby Stanchfield: This Styland ensemble, styled with a Edie Parker clutch, captivated my attention for its delicious emerald-green colour and the way in which the hue enhanced Darcy’s auburn-red waves.

Bellamy Young: With its overzealous embellishment, Bellamy’s golden metallic Yousef Akbar dress translated rather heavily—and the sleeves put it over the edge. Stuart Weitzman sandals, H Stern jewels, and an Edie Parker clutch completed the look.

Katie Lowes
: Her Max Mara dress took on a more casual spirit with the printed, long-sleeve shirt underneath. However, she made sure to dress it back up as much as possible with Tamara Mellon Frontline shoes, Graziela Gems jewels, and an Edie Parker clutch.

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Oscar Wilde Awards 2017

Caitriona Balfe and Ruth Negga were both honoured at the 12th Annual US-Ireland Aliiance’s Oscar Wilde Awards event on Thursday (February 23) in Santa Monica, California.

Caitriona Balfe: The actress wore a Keti Chkhikvadze Spring 2017 tiered dress which on first look feels romantic, yet the asymmetrical drape adds an instant dose of cool.

Ruth Negga: Speaking of cool, I love how the actress used her Max Mara mint coat almost like a cape to give her Miu Miu look an air of nonchalance. Aside from mint, this cocktail was shaken up further with a pair of divine lemon embellished pumps.

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