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29.06.17

The Serpentine Galleries Summer Party

Rita Ora, Ellie Bamber and Stacy Martin weren’t the only ones at The Serpentine Galleries Summer Party in London on Wednesday (June 28). Here, a look at the other stars in attendance.

Gala Gordon: This whimsical white Chanel Fall 2016 frock wasn’t too innocent, as the edgy, black accents imbued the look with just enough rebel spirit. The dress could have used a less distracting bra.

Charli XCX: Also going the way of white, the entertainer was entirely lovely in a Stella McCartney Fall 2017 top and lace skirt that I was head over heels for. Structured, chic, and sweet—and not over-styled.

Adwoa Aboah: While this Chanel pastel-beaded, sheer gown may have appeared to have all the qualities of standard prettiness, she added a layer of quirk appeal to its romantic side with the furry Chanel purse and white athletic shoes. Say what you will about the unexpected sneakers, but it was the necklace that I found so unnecessary with the already robust embellishment.

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Katy Perry In Stella McCartney – Kiss FM

Fresh from performing at the Glastonbury Festival 2017, Katy Perry couldn’t have been missed at the Kiss FM studio in London on Saturday (June 24).

Designer Stella McCartney, a longtime vegetarian, used her Spring 2017 collection to boldly proclaim her ‘No Fur, No Leather’ message.

No better carrier of that tune than Katy, as she perfectly embraced the neon punchiness of this racerback, word-play dress.

Further carrying through the pop of the frock, she styled it with iridescent, hot-pink heels.

And, while her platinum pixie was on point, her garish stage makeup could have used a washcloth.

Stella McCartney Olwen cutout printed cotton-jersey dress
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Alesha Dixon In Rosetta Getty & Stella McCartney – The X Factor Manchester Auditions

Alesha Dixon was seen heading off to ‘The X Factor’ auditions in Manchester, where she acted as a stand-in judge for the day for Nicole Scherzinger on Saturday (June 24).

Mixing and matching two different pieces to her advantage, she donned a Rosetta Getty Pre-Fall 2017 colour-block top with a Stella McCartney draped skirt.

By pairing these two pieces together, she imbued the overall ensemble with a playful, feminine angle to make the look her own. I also love that she opted out of the arm sling.

Gingham Miu Miu wrap sandals finished the ensemble with a flirty twist.

Rosetta Getty color-block one-shoulder stretch-knit top
Stella McCartney Peggy draped cotton-piqué skirt
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Lake Bell In Stella McCartney & Wolford – ‘Shot Caller’ LA Screening

Lake Bell looked bold in blue on Saturday (June 17) as she attended the 2017 Los Angeles Film Festival gala screening of ‘Shot Caller’.

I love the voluminous Stella McCartney Spring 2017 trousers which feature an interesting paper bag-waist and bell bottoms, which she styled with a Wolford ‘Jamaika String’ bodysuit.

It such a shame that bra ruins what could have been a great summery look that steps outside the floral dress box.

I do, however, like the Lee Savage ‘Cross Stack’ clutch and the fun Pierre Hardy ‘Parade’ sandals.

This was so nearly a winning outfit. What do you think?

Stella McCartney navy Rhea trousers
Pierre Hardy ‘Parade’ sandals

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12.06.17 Menswear

2017 Tony Awards Menswear Roundup

The men were not to be left backstage with their red-carpet looks at the 2017 Tony Awards on Sunday (June 11) in New York City.

Ben Platt: The young Broadway actor showed off a perfectly tailored fit in a bespoke David Hart suit that featured a rich navy colour with contrasting black lapels.

Jordan Roth: The Broadway mogul flaunted his theatrical side in a rock-star-red Gucci Resort 2017 slim-line suit complete with the embellished roaring tiger motif at the back. This was the performance piece of the night—at least on the sartorial stage.

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07.06.17

2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards Red Carpet Roundup

The 2017 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards took place on Tuesday (June 6) in London. The event attracted some famous faces in fashionable ensembles.

Dua Lipa: The singer definitely got the ‘glamour’ memo judging by her Stella McCartney Fall 2017 cut-out gown. It was one of the few sultry after-dark looks we saw at this event.

Emily Berrington: Emilio Pucci’s dress seems inspired by paisley print. The unusual design features panelling, print, and a cut-out. Whilst this look is commendable for playing with shape, it’s confusing and overworked.

Rashida Jones: Amongst the sea of florals and neutrals, this Erdem Pre-Fall 2017 dress did stand out. I love the intricate detailing on the neckline which adds some softness to this look. The silhouette seems somewhat unflattering, however. I also wish the ‘Parks and Recreation’ actress has opted for more daring styling choices to amplify this look.

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