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Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Here, a look at what the men have been up to on the red carpet lately.

Andrew Garfield: Joining Claire Foy for the ‘Breathe’ premiere at the BFI London Film Festival on Wednesday (October 4), Andrew couldn’t have looked more dapper if he tried in this Tom Ford tuxedo. There’s just something about the classic refinement of a tailored-to-perfection tux that gets me every time.

Winston Duke: The actor also made the honourable list of People’s ‘Ones To Watch,’ where he joined Paris Jackson for the celebration in LA on Wednesday (October 4). With this Hugo Boss suit and pops of burnt-orange accessories, he proved his style is something to look out for, too.

Jake Gyllenhaal: Jake has been making waves as the handsome new face of Eternity by Calvin Klein, but on Tuesday (October 3), he brought his eternally fine form to the ‘Stronger’ premiere during the 13th Zurich Film Festival. This Gucci midnight-navy suit checked the box—and blue is most certainly his colour—but I would have loved to see him push the envelope just a bit more.

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25.09.17

Green Carpet Fashion Awards Roundup

The inaugural Green Carpet Fashion Awards took place in Milan on Sunday (September 24), focusing on celebrating sustainable innovation and supply chains striving to minimize their footprints. Fittingly, many of the lovely ladies in attendance wore ensembles in keeping with the awards’ ethos.

Arizona Muse: Looking lovely in lace, the model wore a bespoke print gown with handmade lace detailing by Stella McCartney for the Green Carpet Challenge. The alluring piece was crafted from recycled archival print fabrics. The mix of the delicate black lace with ab cut out against the flowing florals on the bottom was thoroughly intriguing.

Naomi Campbell: The model struck a pose in an Atelier Versace Spring 2017 Couture gown. Swirls of silver embroidery were enhanced by a gradient train of white and yellow feathers. Naomi’s signature mane was brushed over one shoulder, revealing the halter neckline of the dress.

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19.09.17 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Although many fellows were at the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 17), a few others were hopping about to their own respective premieres and events.

Pedro Pascal: Pedro walked the line in his Ermenegildo Zegna Couture felt suit that offered a linear twist on tradition at the London premiere of ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ on Monday (September 18).

Dave Franco: Dave had me at hello at the ‘The LEGO Ninjago Movie’ premiere in Carlsbad, California on Saturday (September 16). With a nod to retro inspiration gone modern, he looked sharp in his Salvatore Ferragamo suit styled with a playful, bear-print Band of Outsiders shirt and Christian Louboutin ‘Cousin Greg’ shoes.

Colin Firth: Also at the ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ premiere, Colin carried the classic torch in his Tom Ford suit that fit him like a glove. Plus, he gets bonus points for the geek-handsome glasses.

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Hong Chau In Salvatore Ferragamo & Elie Saab – ‘Downsizing’ Venice Film Festival Photocall & Premiere

Hong Chau joined her co-star Kristen Wiig, for the ‘Downsizing’ photocall and premiere this evening (August 30) during the 2017 Venice Film Festival.

Photocall: The actress made an elegant statement with this Salvatore Ferragamo Spring 2017 dress which is carved out with a triangular cut-out at the back to reveal a hint of skin. I love how this style sculpts a minimalistic yet dramatic silhouette with balloon sleeves, which she tops up with white strappy sandals and Yael Sonia jewels.

Premiere: The stage was set for Elie Saab to present a truly decadent gown at this event and he didn’t fail. The beadwork on this Pre-Fall 2017 gown was exquisite. Matched by a black and gold clutch and Yael Sonia jewels the actress made a great impression on this red carpet.

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‘The Glass Castle’ New York Screening Red Carpet Roundup

‘The Glass Castle’ New York screening on Wednesday (August 9) brought out a trio of other stars to join Brie Larson and Naomi Watts.

Sarah Snook: Like Brie, Sarah also took a more fairytale-forward approach in her J. Mendel Fall 2017 glittering gold chiffon gown. However, the romance was forfeited with its rather sheer quality that left little to the imagination throughout. The silver heels were also a clashing finish.

Max Greenfield: A bit smoother tailoring might have been beneficial for this Salvatore Ferragamo suit, but I still loved this particular shade of sky-blue on Max.

Brigette Lundy Paine: While Brigette didn’t look all the impressed, I still found the mix of lace motifs in her Chloe Fall 2017 frock to have a certain charming intrigue when styled in such a streamlined, minimal fashion so as not to overwhelm the look.

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