Menu

08.05.17

Audi Polo Challenge

The Audi Polo Challenge was on Sunday (May 7) in Ascot, United Kingdom, with a few stars in attendance to watch the sporting match.

Emma Stone: The actress got into the spirit of the day with the relaxed silhouette of a Stella McCartney Pre-Fall 2017 printed ruffle blouse and skirt along with a contrasting plaid jacket, which she styled with Jimmy Choo ‘Minny’ sandals.

Ella Eyre: With a completely different fashion outlook, Ella took a more outspoken, graphic approach in a boldly hued Minnan Hui abstract-printed dress paired with corresponding metallic Jimmy Choo heels and clutch along with Monica Vinader jewels. I’m not sure the look said polo to me, but it did pack a punch.

Gemma Arterton: The tailored seaming of the Victoria, Victoria Beckham top and the racing stripes down the pants emphasized a feminine yet sporty silhouette. A glossy clutch, Jimmy Choo heels and head scarf polished off the look in effortlessly chic form.

Credit: Getty

03.05.17

Planned Parenthood 100th Anniversary Gala

More stars joined Scarlett Johnansson at the Planned Parenthood 100th Anniversary Gala on Tuesday (May 2) in New York City.

America Ferrera: The actress was thinking pink in her custom Kate Spade New York blazer and black high-waisted trousers. The peek-a-boo bra added feminine allure to the tailored look, with a bespoke Edie Parker “PP 100” clutch honouring the occasion.

Halsey: Judging from the other looks at the event, Halsey went a bit too over-the-top with this sheer, embellished Jonathan Simkhai Pre-Fall 2017 gown. Its look-at-me quality wouldn’t have been out of place on the models at the Met Gala the night before.

Grace Gummer: All attention was on this Jacquemus Spring 2017 ruched blouse and its retro polka dots, as it was styled simply with menswear-inspired, cropped trousers and clear flats. Despite the intentionally long, puff sleeves, I do wish they had appeared better tailored.

Read More…

02.05.17

Kate Hudson & Naomi Watts In Stella McCartney – 2017 Met Gala

Kate Hudson and Naomi Watts were the yin and yang of the 2017 Met Gala on Monday (May 1) in New York City.

Both dressed in Stella McCartney, they certainly took the prize for minimalist-chic, cool-girl looks of the night.

Kate Hudson: Her asymmetric white gown captured my affection for its sleek silhouette juxtaposed against the robe-like sleeve. It’s nothing we haven’t seen before, but it fit her like a dream and her powdered, platinum updo added just the right thematic finish.

Naomi Watts: She played the sophisticated-sultry siren in this mesh-laced black gown, styled with an on-trend wavy bob for a girl-meets-glam statement—with an edge.

Credit: Getty

02.05.17

Gisele Bundchen In Stella McCartney – 2017 Met Gala

Gisele Bundchen was one of the first to walk the blue carpet at this year’s 2017 Met Gala is New York City on Monday (May 1).

The supermodel wore a long-sleeved, silver, custom Stella McCartney for the Green Carpet Challenge gown.

The theme for this year’s Gala is avant garde, and as usual, it is interesting to see who takes the theme literally, and who basically ignores it completely.

While Gisele certainly seems to be in the latter category this year, you can’t fault her with a gown this stunning. It is equals part sophisticated and sexy, and the beautifully toned body that made her famous is accented perfectly.

And if the gown is all about her body, her messy ponytail and dewy skin show off that playful, life-loving side to Gisele we all love so much.

In short, this look is the essence of Gisele, and I’m not mad about it one bit.

Credit: Getty

Rita Ora In Stella McCartney – Bowery Hotel

Rita Ora was spotted out in the streets of New York City outside the Bowery Hotel on Friday (April 28).

What I love about Rita is that she genuinely appears to love pushing the envelope in terms of fashion. I’m always surprised by what she’s wearing, but this Stella McCartney Resort 2017  just isn’t my favorite.

I love the wide-leg pant, but it’s the top portion that doesn’t suit Rita.

The polka dots and ruffles…all in one look? It’s tricky to pull off.

Stella McCartney ruffled dolka-point jumpsuit
MatchesFashion.com and Saks.com

Credit: Vogue.com & AKM-GSI-XPOSURE

01.05.17

Queen Letizia of Spain In Stella McCartney – King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands Birthday Party

Queen Letizia of Spain stole the spotlight at the birthday party of King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands on Saturday (April 29).

Yes, you’ve seen this dress before.

Karlie Kloss wore this same Stella McCartney gown to this year’s Oscars, but on Queen Letizia it’s like a completely different gown.

Methinks it’s the all red update. The fit, asymmetrical one shoulder and cape detailing are just more alluring in a punchy, vibrant colour.

But do you think that the matching lip and subtle red splashes in the earrings are too much?

Credit: Getty