Kate Bosworth In Schiaparelli Couture – ’90 Minutes In Heaven’ Atlanta Premiere

Kate Bosworth In Schiaparelli Couture -  ’90 Minutes in Heaven’ New York Premiere

Kate Bosworth attended the premiere of her latest film, ’90 Minutes In Heaven’ in Atlanta, Georgia on Tuesday (September 1).

Bringing some much needed glamour to the red carpet, the actress looked breath-taking wearing a decadent gold brocade Schiaparelli Fall 2015 tea-length gown, styled with gold accessories including Nicholas Kirkwood’s origami bow pumps.

At times I find Kate’s style frustrating, but there will be no complaints on this occasion as this fit-for-a-leading-lady dress speaks of understated romance and glamour.

It’s been a while since I gushed this hard over a Kate Bosworth look, but it’s merited.

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Melissa George In Schiaparelli Couture – 2015 amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala

Melissa George In Schiaparelli Couture - 2015 amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala

Melissa George attended amfAR’s 22nd Cinema Against AIDS Gala at Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc on Thursday (May 21) in Cap d’Antibes, France.

The actress wore her second Schiaparelli Spring 2015 Couture look of the event, gliding down the red carpet wearing a poufy black tulle gown enriched with tiny colourful feathers.

I’m pretty sure Dita von Teese will have had dress envy upon sight of Melissa, but Melissa totally owned the look, to the blood-red lip and Roger Vivier clutch.

This was one of my favourites of the night.

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Jane Fonda In Schiaparelli Couture – ‘Youth’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Jane Fonda In Schiaparelli Couture -  'Youth' Cannes Film Festival Premier

Jane Fonda attended the premiere of ‘Youth’ during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday (May 20) in Cannes, France.

The actress wore a Schiaparelli Couture gown for the occasion.

Schiaparelli’s designs can be a little bit out there, but I found myself totally perplexed by this offering.

From the neck up Jane is serving up glamour, but from the neck down I’m wondering if Halloween came early or she raided Morticia Addams’ closet.

The look feels too sombre for Cannes, and far too theatrical. The only place I see this working is at the Met Gala.

Cartier jewels, a Salvatore Ferragamo clutch and Roger Vivier shoes completed the look.

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Melissa George In Schiaparelli Couture – ‘Irrational Man’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Melissa George In Schiaparelli Couture -  ‘Irrational Man’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Melissa George attended the ‘Irrational Man’ premiere during the 68th annual Cannes Film Festival on Friday (May 15) in Cannes, France.

I’m not sure this will be hugely popular, but I kinda like the cool Parisian vibe Melissa is exuding wearing this Schiaparelli Spring 2015 Couture look.

The Lurex jacquard fabric gives the look a touch of glamour, as does the red lip colour, but it’s her confidence and poise which really sells this look to me.

It’s nice to see some originality executed well at Cannes.

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06.05.15

Final Sweep Of The 2015 Met Gala Red Carpet

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As you know when it comes to the Met Gala, I always – as impossible as the task is – try to feature everyone, so here is the final sweep from Monday’s (May 4) event.

As this is very last post, leave your top 10 in the comments.

Livia Firth: Ladies and gentlemen, this is how you pay homage to the Chinese theme. Livia’s Antonio Berardi for the Green Carpet Challenge gown was elegant, refined, and so refreshing on a night were the self-promotion and not living up to the dress code ruled. Easily one of the best on the night, and her arm-candy (husband Colin Firth) scrubbed up nicely to.

Carina Lau: Sadly, the Asian actress got a bum deal from the pictures agencies who only added them to their sites the day after the event (no doubt not recognising who these beauties were, and what joy they were bringing to this lacklustre table). Continuing her love affair with all things Schiaparelli Haute Couture, Carina wore a black and white look marrying both Chinese intricacies with modernity and less face it – plenty of fierceness. I can also picture this on Dita von Teese.

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