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19.05.18

Countess Karen Spencer In Pamella Roland- Prince Harry & Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding

Charles Spencer, Lady Diana’s brother, was joined by his wife, Countess Karen Spencer for the royal wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle today (May 19).

This might not be a shared feeling, but Countess Spencer was one of my favourites at this event. She was absolutely resplendent in a custom Pamella Roland violet-hued capelet dress.

Yes, it’s not a summery colourful look, and it’s not adorned with florals, but if this was a movie, she would be Maleficent, The Evil Queen, Cruella De Vil or Ursula, to Meghan’s Disney princess.

There is so much mystery and suspense surrounding in this look, that I am hypnotically intrigued and drawn to it like a moth to a flame.

A Rachel Trevor Morgan created her bow disc hat.

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Aja Naomi King In Pamella Roland – ‘Ash Is The Purest White (Jiang Hu Er Nv) Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Aja Naomi King made her second appearance at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival for the premiere of ‘Ash Is The Purest White (Jiang Hu Er Nv)’ this evening (May 10).

Back with a bang, the actress was breath-taking in rich red Pamella Roland Pre-Fall 2018.

Lavishly detailed, this gown proves that elaborate embellishments don’t have to be a must at Cannes.

I love how the tiered ruffle trims are both romantic and seductive all at the same time.

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13.04.18

Variety’s Power Of Women: New York

Variety’s Power Of Women: New York event on Friday (April 13) had many influential women in attendance.

Padma Lakshmi: A beauty in red, the ‘Top Chef’ host put on a coordinated display from head to toe. Everything in her look was perfectly cohesive from the three-piece slim Styland suit to the sandals to her red lipstick. No statement jewellery was necessary as the fiery hue had such impact.

Alicia Keys: The singer experimented with silhouettes by teaming a Calvin Klein Spring 2018 dress with cropped pants and heeled mules. Had the trousers been full length, they would have had more of an elongating effect. I’m sure there will be others who will take issue with the statement tie belt.

Viola Davis: The actress wowed in pink at the 2018 Oscars, and she took the shade for a spin once again in a Pamella Roland dress. The pewter accessories and Toni & Chloe Goutal necklace bring a cool modernity to the feminine style.

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Betty Gabriel In Pamella Roland – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

At the 2018 Oscars, I took issue with Betty Gabriel’s visible underwear killing what would have been a beautiful look. I’m afraid I’m experiencing a bit of déjà vu with her ensemble at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 4).

When I first glanced at the ‘Get Out’ actress’s Pamella Roland Pre-Fall 2018 gown, I was pleased to see the addition of the lining to negate the naked feel of the original.

The modification worked in her favour as it brought formality without completely obstructing the details on the gown.

Now, it’s the illusion panel on the neckline I’m struggling with. The sheer netting is too light against her skin and the thick seam ruins the floating effect of the shoulder embellishment.

I would have preferred to see the grayish tulle used on the neckline compared to this, although, a true skin tone netting match would have been preferred.

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Jenna Dewan Tatum In Pamella Roland – 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party

Jenna Dewan Tatum was a modern siren at the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday (March 4) in Beverly Hills, California.

This simple yet enthralling gown from the Pamella Roland Fall 2018 collection, styled with Hueb diamond cluster earrings, ticked all the boxes on sexy sophistication.

Plus, the burgundy-wine hue, together with Jenna’s matching lip and jet-dark locks, was quite striking.

This may be one of the night’s most effective use of embellishment, too, as it subtly yet pointedly directed even more attention to her toned pin.

She has an incredible figure, and I love how she put it on display—without employing any sheer or try-hard tendencies.

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