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02.05.17

Lupita Nyong’o In Prada – 2017 Met Gala

It’s been a while since we saw Lupita Nyong’o on the red carpet, but judging by her Prada gown worn to the 2017 Met Gala on Monday (May 1), it would appear she hasn’t lost that magic touch.

I was very excited not only by the bright coral hue, but also by the organza flowers across the neckline which cascaded down the back adding plenty of flare.

Colour has always been the foundation of Lupita’s style, so if you don’t witness it in the dress, you’re bound to catch some colour in her makeup.

Was the rainbow eye shadow a step too far, or are you loving the creativity of the look?

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02.05.17

Diane Kruger In Prada – 2017 Met Gala

Diane Kruger attended the 2017 Met Gala on Monday (May 1).

The actress and fashion lover wore a custom Prada gown accented with a gold bracelet and baby blue clutch.

Avant garde? No. Completely dramatic in its own rite? Most definitely. The gold beaded designs are really beautiful and whilst you cannot see it here, the back is sans beading and has a really fabulous draped detail.

I’m absolutely crazy about her choice of carrying a seemingly unrelated light blue clutch, and her makeup is perfection. Her radiant skin, light pink lips and flushed cheeks have her looking half her age.

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Naomi Watts In Miu Miu, Marc Jacobs & Prada – The Turtle Conservancy’s Fourth Annual Turtle Ball, ‘Chuck’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere & ‘3 Generations’ Screening

Naomi Watts made her rounds in New York City at both the Tribeca Film Festival and The Turtle Conservancy’s Fourth Annual Turtle Ball.

The Turtle Conservancy’s Fourth Annual Turtle Ball – At the event on Monday (April 17), Naomi wore a tea-length pale blush dress from Miu Miu’s Fall 2017 collection. It’s perfect. I love the playful red accents at the collar and the vintage inspired ruffled yoke front and center.

‘Chuck’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere- On Friday (April 28) Naomi hit the red carpet in a Marc Jacobs Fall 2017 outfit. It’s how she balances elegance and casual sophistication that makes this look work so well, pairing the slouchy long sleeved sweater dress with a sparkling fringe mini skirt.

‘3 Generations’ Screening – On Sunday (April 30) She stepped out in a Prada dress with Prada shoes and Delfina Delettrez rings. After back-to-back nude looks, this floral embroidered and beaded calf length dress was a breath of fresh air.

As usual, in all three looks Naomi is the definition of classic elegance.

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26.04.17 Menswear

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Between the 2017 Time 100 Gala in New York City, to a Hollywood premiere and a special screening in London, there were plenty of reasons for the men to be out in force on Tuesday (April 25).

Riz Ahmed: I applaud Riz for stepping outside the navy and black box to wear this camel Prada Spring 2017 suit—and to wear it so well—at the Time 100 Gala. However, I do question the black dress shirt and brown loafers.

Orlando Bloom: At a special screening of ‘Unlocked’ in London, the actor was casually sharp in a Dior Homme blue suit enhanced by the patterned shirt underneath that precluded the need for a tie.

Ryan Reynolds: Also at the Time 100 Gala, Ryan went for a more classic route in a Brunello Cucinelli navy tux that was handsomely polished for the occasion.

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26.04.17

2017 Time 100 Gala Red Carpet Roundup

There were many more looks to grace the red carpet for the 2017 Time 100 Gala on Tuesday (April 25) in New York City.

Naomi Campbell: The supermodel opted for an Alaia piece which was selected not only to colour coordinate with the step and repeat, but also because of its fine craftsmanship. Yes, it’s a bit heavy for spring, but Naomi has always marched to the beat of her own drum.

Margot Robbie: While I wish this Prada dress wasn’t so shapeless, the colourful embellishments – which reminded me of 100s and 1000s – the pale yellow hue, Delfina Delettrez jewels and the pretty pink purse did soften my stance and I have to say I love the look.

Ashley Graham: I love Ashley’s style, but I couldn’t get on board with what I feel is the over-styling of this look – starting with that choker. The look consisted of a Cami NYC camisole, Nili Lotan ‘Maya’ maxi skirt and Fleur Du Mal corset.

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