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22.02.17

Jennifer Lopez In Michael Kors & Balmain – The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Jennifer Lopez continued her pretty-in-pink streak when she stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday (February 21) to chat about her Las Vegas show and, of course, those Drake dating rumors.

Her ensemble was just as playfully coy as her response to those rumors.

She may have turned the sultry volume down and upped the sweetness with this flowing blouse by Michael Kors worn with an embellished Balmain micro mini skirt. But it still delivered plenty of flirty—and leggy—appeal, naturally.

Metallic Giuseppe Zanotti sandals completed the look that saw a softer, girly side to J. Lo while still echoing her signature sass and glam.

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20.02.17

Viola Davis In Michael Kors – BET Presents the American Black Film Festival Honors

Viola Davis skipped the red carpet, but was spotted on stage for the BET Presents the American Black Film Festival Honors on Friday (February 17) in Beverly Hills, California.

Now this is the perfect example of a custom dress.

Michael Kors considered the perfect peacock hue for her skin-tone; feminine floral-embroidery which shimmered under the lights and halter neck style to suit the ‘Fences’ actress.

This season has really seen an elevation; and therefore celebration of her style.

Long may it continue.

She is radiant here. One of my favourites from Viola so far this awards season.

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Blake Lively In Michael Kors – Out In New York City


Putting her best street-style foot forward, Blake Lively was spotted out in New York City on Wednesday (February 15).

Shielding herself from the chill in the air, the actress bundled up in double coats including a Michael Kors Resort 2017 balmacaan and a Michael Kors Pre-Fall 2017 houndstooth wool jacquard coat.

Underneath, she wore a black pullover cropped sweater and studded trumpet skirt, also from the Pre-Fall 2017 collection.

Who knew black and white could be so vibrant?

This motley mix of patterns and textures here was playfully dynamic and I love the feminine flip of the flared skirt peeking from underneath. White Christian Louboutin ‘Pigalle’ round out the look.

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15.02.17

Front Row at Michael Kors Fall 2017

The front row at the Michael Kors Fall 2017 runway show on Wednesday (February 15) in New York City was well-outfitted with Michael’s fashionable fan club.

Emily Ratajkowski: We know Emily can do sexy, but I loved this Michael Kors Pre-Fall 2017 midriff top and retro-glam, fit-and-flare skirt for its more demure, seductive appeal. It was like a breath of fresh air on her.

Blake Lively: Speaking of fresh, the actress’s Michael Kors Spring 2017 multi-coloured frock was just that, as it was positively abloom in dimensional mini flowers. While the embellishment was at a peak, it never became too overbearing in part due to the styling which included a thin white belt, Lorraine Schwartz jewels and poppy-red Christian Louboutin heels. It was a radiant look for Blake.

Deepika Padukone: Also wearing a Michael Kors Spring 2017 ensemble, Deepika took a more tailored approach in her sleeveless trench dress, which didn’t take itself too seriously given the blocky shoes. Normally, I don’t love platforms of this magnitude, but here they delivered a quirkiness that was just what the outfit ordered.

Who had your favourite look?

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05.02.17

Mar Saura In Michael Kors – 2017 Goya Awards

Mar Saura went for the gold at the 2017 Goya Awards, held on Saturday (February 4) in Madrid.

Her textural Michael Kors gown adds to the velvet crush we’ve lately seen on the red carpet over the past few weeks.

Keeping the golden sheen of the look front and centre, she kept the styling to an effortless minimum with a black and gold box clutch, minimal jewels, and loosely curled waves.

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Amanda Peet In Michael Kors Collection – 2017 SAG Awards

Amanda Peet chose to wear black at the 2017 SAG Awards in LA on Sunday (January 29).

This dress, from Michael Kors Collection Spring 2017, was inoffensive and didn’t push any fashion boundaries, which is a move away from Amanda’s usual (sometimes questionable) red carpet choices.

You can’t go wrong with an LBD (Long Black Dress), and the twist/bow detail at the neckline, and embellished sleeves, are nice features.

Her red lip only served to enhance the look.

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