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Gabrielle Union Promotes ‘We’re Gonna Need More Wine’

Gabrielle Union has been promoting her new memoir, ‘We’re Gonna Need More Wine’, in New York City over the past two days, leaving us spoiled for choice with her six different statement-making looks.

Mixing bold patterns is not for the faint of fashion heart, but here Gabrielle shows us precisely how it’s done in a checkered Hugo Boss outfit paired with a Stella Jean coat. Despite the wide-leg trousers and sweepingly long coat, the proportions all played together so well. A Michael Kors Collection bag provided a sophisticated finish.

For her second ensemble, in which she was seen outside the ‘Good Morning America’ studios, she made me look at chambray in a whole new sexy light with this Gabriela Hearst Spring 2018 dress. The patchwork effect of the Gabriela Hearst Fall 2017 trench coat brought extra attitude to the look, which was imbued with an urban-western sense of glamour. Gabriela Hearst ‘Peter’ shoes and the Gabriela Hearst ‘Nina’ bag completed the effect.

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Dakota Johnson In Proenza Schouler – ‘Call Me by Your Name’ New York Film Festival Screening

Dakota Johnson attended the screening of ‘Call Me by Your Name’ during the 55th New York Film Festival on Tuesday (October 3), which saw her not wear Gucci for the first time since May 2017.

She is a great ambassador for Alessandro Michele, however, this was the first time in a while (perhaps this year) that I’ve felt truly excited by Dakota on the red carpet.

Perhaps it’s the unpredictability of this Proenza Schouler Spring 2018 dress oozing plenty of flare with its cascading ruffled and sensual bustier layer or the freshness of it all.

Simple styling which included the Proenza Schouler ‘Curl’ clutch, Manolo Blahnik sandals and Mizuki earrings plus a red pout provided the finishing touches.

Thoughts on Dakota’s new look?

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Laura Dern In Proenza Schouler – 2017 Emmy Awards

Laura Dern attended the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 17) in Los Angeles.

The ‘Big Little Lies’ actress wore a Proenza Schouler Spring 2018 gown with stunning details.

This one is a fashion-lovers dream. The detailing is such that a photo really doesn’t do it justice. Of course, the edit from the runway makes sense for the real world appearance–the additional cut-out wouldn’t be appropriate, and Ms. Dern is always the picture of appropriate!

My only complaint here is her shoes–they seem really mundane for such a striking gown, but that aside, I think this look is a total dream!

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Rowan Blanchard In Proenza Schouler – Women Making History Awards

In addition to Zendaya Coleman and Kerry Washington, Rowan Blanchard also joined the power-femmes at the Women Making History Awards on Saturday (September 16) in Beverly Hills, California.

With a directional Proenza Schouler look that was perfectly aligned with her chic yet adventurous style, Rowan managed to make even these wide-leg, big-pocket, pink pants work to her favour.

The off-the-shoulder, ruffle top and prim shoulder bag added a sense of sweet charm that was amplified by her rose-hued lip.

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08.08.17

2017 Summer TCA Tour Disney ABC Television Group

The Disney ABC Television Group TCA Summer Tour was held on Sunday (August 6) in Beverly Hills, California with a number of stars in attendance.

Tracee Ellis Ross: We all know how quirky Tracee’s style can be, so I would say her Celine Resort 2018 ensemble was quite tame by her standards. But, here, that translated to lacklustre. But, more than that, the proportions between the gathered tunic top and the long skirt simply weren’t all that flattering.

Chloe East: With a sense of girly romance, this Nicholas spot lace ball dress was a lovely look for the young starlet. While I loved the edgy-sexy sass of her studded, gold-tinged Charlotte Olympia shoes heels, they didn’t exactly fit right in with the sweeter frock.

Lea Michele: Perhaps if she had worn a sleeker bun, this Cushnie et Ochs Resort 2018 floral-accented dress would have taken on a fresher perspective. As presented, it seems a bit oddly dated.

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