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18.05.17 Premiere

Emily Ratajkowski In Peter Dundas – ‘Loveless (Nelyubov)’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Following Peter Dundas red carpet debut via Beyonce Knowles at the 2017 Grammys, I had high hopes for the designers first collection, until I saw Emily Ratajkowski’s lace jumpsuit at the ‘Loveless (Nelyubov)’ premiere this evening (May 18) during the 2017 Cannes Film Festival.

If a model like Emily can’t make your design look appealing, there’s something wrong.

Yes, this is Cannes where the play is to stand out and be noticed, but the word ‘overworked’ springs to mind with the cut-out, the illusion neckline, the cummerbund, and the tiered train, oh my.

If this was a movie it would go straight to DVD, just as this is going straight to my WDOTY list.

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13.02.17

Beyonce Knowles In Peter Dundas – 2017 Grammy Awards Press Room

If you’re going to launch your eponymous label, there is one place to do it – the Grammys; and one lady to do it with – Beyonce Knowles. And Peter Dundas did just that.

Following her performance look, Beyonce collected two Grammys – Best Video, Formation’ and Best Urban Contemporary Album, ‘Lemonade’ – wearing a Peter Dundas red sequin gown.

Peter Dundas knows how to make a woman feel alluring; and this dress is the proof.

Sequinned scene-stealers were commonplace on the red carpet, but this one was on another level. It was an absolutely dazzling piece that ensures all eyes were kept on Bey.

She was also glowing with the help of $12 million worth of Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

13.02.17

Beyonce Knowles In Peter Dundas – 2017 Grammy Awards

In what proved to be nothing short of an epic, one-of-kind performance, Beyonce shut down the stage at the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday (February 12) in LA.

The most nominated woman in Grammys history, Queen Bey slayed with her custom Peter Dundas gown that likewise fully celebrated her pregnancy curves.

Turning up the show-stopping style to the nth degree, this extravagantly ostentatious look would have even made King Midas jealous.

Fully gilded in head-to-toe gold, this is what happens when Earth Mother goes glam—very glam.

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