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Blake Lively In Roland Mouret – The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Blake Lively stopped by ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ on Friday (October 13) in New York City, where she carried a secondary pair of more suitable block-heel shoes for her epic dance battle with the host.

While her Roland Mouret Spring 2018 dress was on the Red Carpet Wish List for Emmy Rossum, I think it’s safe to say that Blake was as lovely as could be in the flowy and feminine lilac gown.

I kind of wish she had worn her second pair of shoes the entire time, as I actually preferred them to the glittery stilettos.

Some of you weren’t crazy about her last look. Did she redeem herself here?

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05.10.17 Sidewalk Style

Jennifer Lopez In RM by Roland Mouret – Jimmy Kimmel Live!

Jennifer Lopez put her own glamorous spin on business chic for an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday (October 2) in Los Angeles.

Looking every inch the successful businesswoman that she is, Jennifer wore a hunter green RM by Roland Mouret ‘Anvers’ dress. She accented it with a coordinating Louis Vuitton handbag and Privé Revaux ‘The Alchemist’ glasses.

Bringing some JLo glamour to the ensemble, she wore Charlotte Olympia ‘Dolly’ pumps with contrasting gold platforms, large hoop earrings and a chunky Hermes bracelet.

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27.09.17

Madonna In Roland Mouret – MDNA SKIN Launch

It’s always a thrill to see what Madonna is going to wear. The singer didn’t disappoint when she arrived at Barney’s New York to promote her new skin line, MDNA SKIN, on Tuesday (September 26).

Looking like a true diva, Madonna rocked a red Roland Mouret ‘Ardingly’ dress.

The frock’s subtle peplum waist and off-the-shoulder neckline elevated the fitted style, but they played a supporting role to the singer’s statement sunglasses, lace gloves, and array of multicoloured bracelets.

Sheer black tights and black heels finished off the classic-with-a-twist look.

Roland Mouret Ardingly Crepe Peplum Dress

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Alison Brie In Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, Roland Mouret & Wolk Morais – 2017 Toronto Film Festival

Alison Brie has been a regular at the Toronto Film Festival, allowing her multiple opportunities to experiment with her feminine style. She attended the HFPA & InStyle Celebration on Saturday (September 9), followed by a trip to the IMDB Studio on Sunday (September 10). Then it was off to the ‘The Disaster Artist’ premiere on Monday (September 11).

HFPA & InStyle Celebration: While many brought out the sparkles and metallics, the actress charmed in a plaid Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Pre-Fall 2017 dress. Kurt Geiger ‘Hermione’ sandals elevated the ensemble for evening.

IMDB Studio: Experimenting with an athletic take on glamour, Alison opted for a Roland Mouret Spring 2017 skirt, styled simply with a black Wolford ‘Jamaika’ bodysuit and Stella Luna ‘Bandana’ sandals. I enjoyed the fresh take, but would have preferred to see this ensemble switched with the tartan mini.

‘The Disaster Artist’ Premiere: Finally, she walked the transitional line between summer and fall with a Wolk Morais Spring 2017 black velvet dress with thigh-skimming hemline. I appreciated the pared-down accessorizing to let the draping on the mini shine. Sadly, it can sometimes get lost in photos.

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Jess Weixler In Marni & Roland Mouret – ‘Who We Are Now’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere & HFPA & InStyle TIFF Party

Jess Weixler attended the premiere of ‘Who We Are Now’ on Saturday (September 9) during the 2017 Toronto Film Festival before heading to the HFPA & InStyle TIFF Party where Emma Roberts was also in attendance.

‘Who We Are Now’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere: While swirling, abstract print of this Marni Spring 2017 dress was intriguing, the standard-issue black pumps kept the look more on an ordinary level.

HFPA & InStyle TIFF Party: Here, the precise tailoring signature to designer Roland Mouret was captured in the sharp lines of this Spring 2017 jacket intriguingly juxtaposed with the flowy movement of the scarf skirt. Yet again, I believe she missed an opportunity to elevate the look with her footwear, sticking to that more uninspiring black pumps.

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