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Jenny Slate In Roland Mouret – ‘Landline’ New York Premiere

Jenny Slate had a great style run last week, and she was back on the red carpet again for the New York City premiere of ‘Landline’ on Tuesday (July 18).

While I didn’t find this Roland Mouret dress to be quite as dynamically compelling as her recent looks, I did love its pristine sense of form coupled with the whimsically embroidered bodice.

The designer’s signature folded detailing was likewise intriguingly reflected in the wrap skirt.

Tamara Mellon sandals reflected the metallic moments in the embellishment to round out the look.

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14.06.17

Heidi Klum In Roland Mouret – The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Heidi Klum stopped by ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ on Tuesday (June 13) to promote the new season of ‘America’s Got Talent.’

At the height of supermodel-chic style, she impressed in a Roland Mouret Spring 2017 dress that I loved for its streamlined simplicity and quietly sultry, peek-a-boo sheer effect.

With her bombshell waves and smoky eye in place, the look came together in sophisticated form without the touch of try-hard.

Its easy wear-ability also made it the perfect fit for Heidi and Jimmy’s dance battle on the show.

Roland Mouret Sinclair dress
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12.06.17

2017 Tony Awards Red Carpet Roundup

The glamour of the 2017 Tony Awards red carpet continued with a number of stars of stage and screen, who all converged in New York City on Sunday evening (June 11).

Denée Benton: The darling ingénue was dressed in an equally charming Oscar de la Renta Resort 2018 frock that turned over a chic new leaf with its whimsical flutter of embellished foliage. Styled with Oscar de la Renta ‘Romy’ sandals and Fred Leighton jewelry, the look was at the height of fresh sophistication and just so happened to coordinate with the rose and grass wall behind her. Such a stylish coincidence.

Condola Rashad: Making a dynamic entrance, Condola’s Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood Spring 2017 dress had the signature sculpted bodice and silhouette we’d expect. The impactful addition of the bold metallic and orange paneling, plus her sleek long ponytail, created a strong, modern look.

Patina Miller: Outfitting her baby bump in bright fuchsia pink, Patina wore a Roland Mouret that was precision fitted and formed to her, as we’d expect from the designer. A silver Judith Leiber clutch and Graziela Gems completed the look.

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Zoe Saldana In Roland Mouret – The Navy Seal Foundation Benefit

Zoe Saldana attended the 2017 Los Angeles Evening of Tribute Benefiting the Navy SEAL Foundation on Thursday (June 1) in Beverly Hills, California.

You might be surprised to learn that her top and skirt hailed from the Fall 2017 collection of Roland Mouret, as we normally associate the designer with a more streamlined, precise silhouette with contoured, tailored pieces.

This is a dress meant to be in movement with the flowy, draped effect and the slit at the side. Seen static, the folds through the centre could be perceived a bit overbearing.

Rather than wear the runway’s blue shoe, she donned the Aquazzura ‘Wild Thing’ fringed suede sandal, bringing in the blue hue with her clutch. A sleek ponytail and red lip were the right finish to counterbalance the looser statement.

Aquazzura ‘Wild Thing’ fringed suede sandals
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Jordana Brewster In Roland Mouret – 2017 FOX Upfront

Jordana Brewster gave us a flawless marriage of polish and pretty at the 2017 Fox Upfronts on Monday (May 15) wearing a delicate pink fitted dress with inserts of graphic cutouts from Roland Mouret’s 2017 Resort collection.

The actress is no stranger to Roland’s clean and tailored pieces and that’s a wonderful thing. The simplicity and disregard for trends lend well to Jordan’s uncomplicated style.

This dress, and Jordan herself, needed very little extras and that is something the designer and actress rely on regularly, however, she did styled her look with Stuart Weitzman sandals and beautiful, refined jewelry from Ana Khouri.

Pink, particularly now, can feel overdone and obvious but this particular shade on Jordan wins.

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