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Emma Roberts In Schiaparelli Couture – 2018 BAFTAs

Emma Roberts went for a sharp-shouldered statement at the 2018 BAFTAs on Sunday (February 18) in London, England, where she joined Rebecca Ferguson, Saoirse Ronan and Leslie Bibb.

No embellishment was needed on the actress’s black Schiaparelli Fall 2016 Couture dress as the larger-than-life shoulders stole the show.

Against the nipped-in waist and plunging neckline, it has a strong and sensual effect.

A few millimeters more and the exaggerated silhouette could have come across as comical, but the shoulders’ size and shape are spot on.

There is definitely a whimsical element, but it has been tempered by the masterful construction and colour, the latter of which also shows her solidarity with the Time’s Up movement.

The dangling earrings and clutch finished the head-turning look.

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Yara Shahidi In Schiaparelli Couture – Marie Claire’s 3rd Annual Image Makers Awards

Yara Shahidi has been busy, attending the 2018 Critics’ Choice Awards then celebrating Marie Claire’s 3rd Annual Image Makers Awards on Thursday (January 11) in West Hollywood, California.

The ‘Grown-ish’ actress embraced the surrealism of Schiaparelli in a Spring 2017 Couture dress.

With Valentine’s Day just over a month away, it’s a particularly relevant outfit, although it would have been a fun ensemble at any time of the year.

I must say that there is a playful joie de vivre from the runway look with the blue boots, but her black sandals complemented the whimsical details of the frock without taking away the focus.

What do you think?

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Jennifer Aniston In Schiaparelli Couture – 2018 Golden Globe Awards

Jennifer Aniston joined a host of lovely ladies who attended the 2018 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday (January 7).

The actress, who always wears black, wore a custom Schiaparelli Couture gown for the occasion.

I wish I had seen this look in motion as I love how the velvet gown is spliced with a pleated silk chiffon panel adding a soft fluidity to the piece.

Does this look have a touch of déjà vu about it?

Yes, but I think that is due mostly to the familiar hairstyle.

A Roger Vivier clutch and Fred Leighton jewels completed her look.

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Lily Newmark In Schiaparelli Couture – British Independent Film Awards 2017

Lily Newmark was one of my favourites at the British Independent Film Awards on Sunday (December 10) on Old Billingsgate in London.

Nominated in the ‘most promising newcomer’ category, the British-American actress wore a Schiaparelli Fall 2017 Couture strapless dress in nude tulle embroidered with an abstract mask featuring a red silk chiffon cape.

The whole look reads mystical fantasy fairytale which Lily plays an important role in bringing to life.

If you think the red cape was overkill, I would strongly disagree. I feel the look is better for the cape adding a dynamic element to the look.

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Gwen Stefani In Schiaparelli Couture – Domino x Fred Segal And CB2 Pop Up

Gwen Stefani hosted the Domino x Fred Segal and CB2 holiday Pop-Up Shop event on Thursday (December 7) in Los Angeles, California.

The singer opted to wear her second look in a row from Schiaparelli’s Spring 2017 Couture collection; this one was even more fun and more kitsch than the last.

Gwen has always been drawn to Asian influences in fashion, and this look was heavily imbued from the print, the design and the obi-style belt.

The yellow boots were a sticking point for some with her previous look, however, I feel the red boots and red lip combo will go down well on this occasion and they both embolden this strong look.

BDOTW worthy?

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Gwen Stefani In Schiaparelli Couture – BBC Studios

There would be no missing Gwen Stefani at the BBC Studios on Friday (December 1) in London, England.

When it comes to Gwen, I love watching every style move she makes, as she consistently keeps us on our toes with her fearless approach to fashion.

Here, she took a Schiaparelli Couture Spring 2017 Couture moment straight from the runway and absolutely rocked the look that merged directional creativity with straight-up edge—cue the over-the-knee-boots boots the colour of tangy lemon curd.

And, I loved every second of the ensemble’s funky attitude, with the asymmetrical metallic coatdress and fire-breathing dragon sash giving those boots a run for their money as to which element had the sassy upper hand.

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