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Elisabeth Moss In Prabal Gurung – ‘The Beguiled’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

I was worried Cannes Film Festival would pass without one notable moment from Elisabeth Moss; but thankfully she turned things around this evening (May 23) for ‘The Beguiled’ premiere.

Meh, perplexing and too mature would sum up Elisabeth’s look so far, so thank you Prabal Gurung for saving the day.

This rose-pink gown with prominently ruffles brings a fresh, feminine sensibility to Elisabeth’s Cannes style.

Her best at Cannes?

I would go as far as saying this is her best this year. With both the hair and makeup working in perfect harmony, with dainty accessories playing up the sweet feel.

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Sofia Boutella In Rodarte & Prabal Gurung – ‘The Mummy’ Sydney Premiere

Sofia Boutella joined her co-star Annabelle Wallis this weekend for the Universal Celebration of ‘The Mummy Day’ on Saturday (May 20) in Hollywood, California, followed by the Sydney premiere earlier today.

Universal Celebration of ‘The Mummy Day’: It hasn’t been a great weekend for Rodarte, and I’m going to pour salt into the wound as I don’t dislike the dress. It feels too sombre and too heavily sequined for a Saturday afternoon event, although it seems to work for the moody backdrop.

‘The Mummy’ Sydney Premiere: Much like Annabelle, Sofia’s Prabal Gurung Fall 2017 red carpet look had a futuristic vibe about it. Unfortunately, this is missing everything I loved about her Annabelle’s dress; the impact, the excitement and the oldness…I could go on.

Chopard, Vanity Fair and HBO Cannes Parties

A Vanity Fair and HBO dinner party was held on Saturday (May 20) as part of the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, with a group of glamorous gals in attendance.

Julianne Moore: While the actress did stick to a darker colour palette, she brought a dose of whimsical fun in this Chanel Resort 2017 embellished gown with multi-hued, feathered pouf sleeves. Exchanging the pink sash for a black one along with a sleek bun and Chopard jewels ensured plenty of her signature modern elegance was brought to the table.

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Naomi Watts In Erdem, Lela Rose, Chloe & Prabal Gurung – ‘The Book Of Henry’ Promotion

While many are at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival, Naomi Watts has been on the New York City promo circuit for ‘The Book Of Henry,’ making four stops over the course of Wednesday (May 17) and Thursday (May 18).

The Today Show: Her Erdem floral-printed frock may have been from the Fall 2017 collection, but it had all the fresh lightness of the season, especially when styled with white-rimmed Linda Farrow shades, Jennifer Meyer jewels, and a mauve-pink Chloe ‘Drew’ bag.

Out In New York: The summery vibe became all the sunnier in this happy, bright Lela Rose Spring 2017 flower frock. I love the retro vibe and that she wore equally vibrant, colour-block Pierre Hardy ‘Memphis’ sandals.

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Halston Sage In Prabal Gurung – 2017 FOX Upfront

For the 2017 Fox Upfronts on Monday (May 15), Halston Sage wore a muted colour striped jumpsuit from Prabal Gurung’s 2017 Pre-Fall collection imbued with plenty of youthful appeal.

The beach wave hair and minimal accessories added a fresh element to the mid 70’s vibes, however, I feel the cool-girl nostalgia could have been amped up with a slick pony and delicate hoops.

Her style thus far has had a very “the beach comes to Hollywood” consistency, but this look is a bit more grown up so we could be witnessing a slow style evolution.

Overall, the look works well on Halston and Prabal Gurung is a good match for her contemporary ingenue style.

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15.05.17

Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards Red Carpet Roundup

There were many more stars on the red carpet of the Virgin TV BAFTA Television Awards in London on Sunday (May 14).

Ella Eyre: The young singer-songwriter embraced the girly joys of pink tulle in this Molly Goodard frock, which was the sartorial incarnation of cotton candy. Silver metallic Sophia Webster sandals added more shine to the sweet look that Ella managed so well despite its sugary qualities.

Ophelia Lovibond: Also pretty in pink, Ophelia’s Vilshenko tiered ruffle gown was of a slightly more subdued form. Yet the delicate femininity of form was lovely on her, with her soft tendrils of hair only enhancing the effect.

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