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27.02.17

Deepika Padukone In Monique Lhuillier – 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Deepika Padukone attended the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday night (February 26).

The Indian actress wore a colour-blocked Monique Lhuillier gown, which seems quite the departure for the designer, with no tulle or ultra-feminine details anywhere in sight.

The liquid sequin look of this skirt is absolutely stunning and gold and black is such a winning glam colour combo.

I also love that Deepika wore her hair down and with tons of body in her curls, when most of the hair we saw for the night was much more sleek and controlled.

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27.02.17

Sofia Carson In Monique Lhuillier- 2017 Oscars


Sofia Carson was also in attendance at the 2017 Oscars on Sunday (February 26) in Hollywood, California.

The epitome of a contemporary fairy-tale moment, the starlet wore a princess gown from the Monique Lhuillier Spring 2017 collection.

Youthfully whimsical with delicate, golden embellishment and frothy tulle layers, the confection still possessed a nod to sleek elegance that was further enhanced by her slick bun, accented with a Jennifer Behr hair comb, and candy-apple-red lip.

A modern Snow White, indeed.

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Angela Sarafyan In Monique Lhuillier – 53rd Annual Cinema Audio Society Awards

Angela Sarafyan looked like she was floating on a cloud while making her way down the red carpet for the 53rd Annual Cinema Audio Society Awards on Saturday (February 18) in LA.

This Monique Lhuillier Spring 2017 petal-pink gown is the pinnacle of timeless glamour and extreme femininity – a true princess moment.

My first impression was actually “what a flawless illusion neckline”; which the ‘Westwood’ actress showcased with a beautiful braided updo.

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Cynthia Erivo In Monique Lhuillier – Pre-GRAMMY Gala

Cynthia Erivo attended the Pre-GRAMMY Gala on Saturday (February 11) in LA.

Looking at the actress in this Monique Lhuillier Spring 2017 gown, I’m sure you’re thinking, “Catherine is not going to like this because of the sheerness”.

Frankly, that is the least of my worries.

If I was to list my issues with this look, the first would be that Cynthia is way too short for this gown.

The way the skirt puddles on the floor is so inelegant.

Then the black pants. I dislike the contrast – immensely.

And then the pink Edie Parker clutch. It doesn’t compliment the look at all.

Was this a case of right dress, wrong styling?

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