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12.05.17 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

There were no shortage of men making waves this week with their style statements on the red carpet—and on the stage. Here’s a roundup of their latest looks.

Charlie Hunnam: Charlie joined the league of ladies at the London premiere of ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ on Tuesday (May 10)—and he looked quite regal on the red carpet in his Ralph Lauren three-piece suit that

Orlando Bloom: Suavely straightforward at the Shanghai premiere of ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ on Thursday (May 11), Orlando donned a navy Prada suit that was enhanced by the light-pink button-down underneath—a striking and unexpected treat.

David Beckham: Also playing with a pastel-hued dress shirt, David skipped the dark-suited convention and dressed in a tweedy, raffia Ralph Lauren ensemble when he joined Charlie for the ‘King Arthur’ premiere.

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09.05.17 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

A few men have been making the rounds to support their respective films. Here’s a look at what they wore.

Charlie Hunnam: Charlie joined the ladies at the LA premiere of ‘King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword’ was held on Monday (May 8). Looking sharp as usual, he kept it simple and straightforward in a traditional Prada suit with Christian Louboutin ‘So Charles’ brogues.

Michael Fassbender: At the ‘Alien Covenant’ movie presentation in Madrid on Monday (May 8), Michael went low-key handsome in a top-to-toe Brioni ensemble that subbed in a short-sleeve sweater for a dress shirt and sport coat. It was a nice change of pace.

Djimon Hounsou: Also at the LA premiere of ‘King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword’ Djimon impressed in his Ermenegildo Zegna blue-gray suit that he uniquely personalized with a patterned tie and pocket square as well as spike-embellished suede shoes.

Credit: Getty

08.05.17

UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital’s Kaleidoscope 5

The UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital’s Kaleidoscope 5 was held on Saturday (May 6) in Culver City, California, with a few notable looks on the red carpet.

Jaime King: We recently saw Jaime in a red Oscar de la Renta ensemble and she kept the glamour going strong in her next look from the designer. This floral-embellished frock had me thoroughly charmed, with styling that intensified its Spanish flair via red flamenco earrings and Jimmy Choo ‘Romy’ lace pumps.

Gwyneth Paltrow: I love the clean modernity of this two-piece Prada look that still dazzled with tonal sequins. Yet, I couldn’t get past how high the front slit seemed—it was one that was perhaps better worn at the side. Jimmy Choo ‘Minny’ black sandals completed the look.

Molly Sims: Like Jaime, Molly went for a blooming garden of flowers and lace in this Tadashi Shoji Pre-Fall 2017 ruffled gown. The interplay of colours was exquisite on her, even if it seemed rather heavy for spring.

Credit: Getty

08.05.17

Panthere De Cartier Party

There were many stars to watch at the Panthere De Cartier Party in LA on Friday (May 5), which celebrated the relaunch of the Panthere timepiece.

Ashley Madekwe: There was something breathtaking about the fluidity of form in this Halston Heritage ensemble, which was chic minimalism at its finest.

Dakota Johnson: It doesn’t get more timeless than an LBD, especially this ladylike version from the Shaina Mote Spring 2017 collection, sophisticatedly styled with a J.W. Anderson ‘Pierce’ bag, Cartier watch, and Gucci sandals.

Sienna Miller: Also in a minimalist and monochromatic mood, Sienna wore a flowing silk champagne ensemble from The Row styled with Christian Louboutin ‘Marchavekel’ sandals and a Tod’s clutch. With the slip-inspired top and loose pants, some might see elegant PJs, but it was still an effortlessly beautiful look.

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Elle Fanning In Prada – Out In New York

Elle Fanning took a sleepy sidewalk stroll in New York on Thursday (May 4).

The young starlet pushed the lounge-wear envelope by wearing a pair of actual pyjamas inspired by a rather gloomy pattern seen in the Prada Spring 2016 men’s collection.

She made no excuses for her literal interpretation of sleepwear as outerwear either, as she skipped any ounce of makeup and threw on a pair of white sneakers.

We recently saw Gigi Hadid also wear her PJs out in public. However, I will say about Gigi that at least she styled hers with heels so the look seemed a bit less like a sleepwalking ensemble.

Credit: Vogue.com & Courtesy of Prada

2017 Met Gala After-Party

Katy Perry hosted the Met Gala after party at The Boom Boom at The Standard in New York City in the early hours of Tuesday morning (May 2).

Elle Fanning: The young actress donned her second Miu Miu look of the night. I love how the looks starts out minimal in hue and cut before gathering in pace below the waist with an explosion of multi-colour feathers and embellished Christian Louboutin ‘Body Strass’ pumps. I’m imagining this would’ve looked amazing as a gown for the main event.

Kate Bosworth: Since the majority of you disliked Kate’s Tory Burch red carpet look, I won’t be surprised if you wished she’d worn her Emilio Pucci Spring 2017 boldly hued frock to the main event. It certainly would’ve had a greater impact.

Katy Perry: It was Katy Perry’s party and she will dress as ridiculously as she wants too. My only surprise is that she didn’t wear Ulyana Sergeenko Fall 2016 Couture look with the runway helmet.

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02.05.17

2017 Met Gala Red Carpet Roundup

Many more stars were at the 2017 Met Gala on Monday (May 1) in New York City.

Hailee Steinfeld: I love the deconstructed kimono edge of this Vera Wang design that was both playful and progressive. Hailee’s twisted top knot and winged eye liner likewise sold the look to me.

Dasha Zhukova
: Dasha softly echoed the theme with this red floral Proenza Schouler keyhole gown.

Olivia Cooke: Also wearing the colour of the night, Olivia donned a seductive red Burberry gown with boudoir lace that got creative in its asymmetry.

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