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Diane Kruger In Tory Burch – European Filmmakers Lunch

Following Diane Kruger’s Louis Vuitton outfit last night, many of you have been questioning her recent red carpet looks, but she appears to be back to her usual self for the European Filmmakers Lunch this afternoon (September 6) during Venice Film Festival.

I love how her Tory Burch Resort 2018 dress feels so rich with its energetic embellishments and mixed beads which seems to be inspired by a medley of vibrant cultures.

The multi-cultural mood was enhanced with a pair of gladiator sandals plus she added a pair of chic shades for more flare.

Some might consider this too much for a luncheon, but during a film festival, and while we are transitioning to a new season, this look seems to feel autumnal and summery all at the same time.

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Emmy Rossum In Tory Burch & M. Martin – Jennifer Klein’s 19th Annual Day of Indulgence Party

Emmy Rossum was also at Jennifer Klein’s 19th Annual Day of Indulgence Party, where she joined Kerry Washington for the festivities on Sunday (August 13) in LA.

Like Kerry, Emmy’s look was easy like Sunday morning, with its casual, ladylike vibe that was oh-so-chic yet totally wearable.

I love the pretty femininity of her Tory Burch ‘Zoe’ lattice-lace, one-shoulder top styled with the leisurely layers of her M. Martin Pre-Fall 2017 long skirt.

Navy and white is always such a crisp, lovely combo—and we see it in its full, off-duty glory here, with Privé Revaux shades, leather slides and a complementary handbag to match.

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14.08.17

Kerry Washington In Tory Burch – Jennifer Klein’s 19th Annual Day of Indulgence Party

Kerry Washington was spotted leaving Jennifer Klein’s 19th Annual Day of Indulgence Party on Sunday (August 13) in LA.

It would seem that Zendaya Coleman and Yara Shahidi aren’t the only ones ditching straighteners this summer, as Kerry went full Tina Turner with her natural curly ‘do.

Kerry’s Sunday best saw her don a Tory Burch ‘Nadia’ dress oozing with oh-so easy wearability.

Tan accessories including Prada platforms upped the lady-like off-duty vibe, with natural makeup completing the look.

Tory Burch ‘Nadia’ Dress

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17.07.17

Celebrities at the Wimbledon Championships

The Wimbledon Championships saw another round of pretties out to watch the finale action on Sunday (July 16) in London.

Rosamund Pike: I can totally see this Erdem floral-printed frock in a shorter version. As presented with the ruffle sleeves, flared long skirt, and embellished lavender shoes, the look presented as rather heavy and overwrought.

Emilia Clarke: There was much that was darling about this Dolce & Gabbana floral dress and accent bow, but there also much that was very fall about it. When styled with Mary Janes, it felt especially better suited for the forthcoming season. The sleeves also seemed a bit long.

Vanessa Kirby: I loved Vanessa’s Tory Burch dress for its inherent fresh, summery vibe, but also because the sweater top and box-pleat skirt had a chic tennis-uniform-inspired spirit. I do wish she had opted for another colour of sandal—I would have taken a complementary red, navy, or ivory over the nude pair.

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06.06.17

Models @ The 2017 CFDA Fashion Awards

It was all cheekbones and centre-partings as models descended on the 2017 CFDA Fashion Awards on Monday (June 5) in New York City.

Bella Hadid: The model is a fan of flashing flesh but kept it sophisticated in this blazer-style dress from Off-White Fall 2017. Top marks for the flared sleeves and retro full fringe. We’ll ignore the pale pink lunch bag style clutch.

Maye Musk: I do love the humour and personality in this Rosie Assoulin Spring 2017 dress. It’s unashamedly extroverted and doesn’t apologise for its bling accessories courtesy of Atelier Swarovski Fine Jewelry.

Karen Elson: Ah, red and green a hallowed combination that almost never goes wrong. Unfortunately, the tried and tested combo falls short here. The Anna Sui Fall 2017 dress is a confusing array of frills, draping, and puff sleeves. Combined with heavy shoes, this look is overwhelmingly bad.

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Teresa Palmer In Tory Burch – ‘Berlin Syndrome’ Build Series

Teresa Palmer attended the Build Series in New York City on Tuesday (May 30), where she discussed the ‘Berlin Syndrome.’

Her Tory Burch ‘Rylie’ jacket from the Pre-Fall 2017 collection featured a boho-beautiful sensibility along with an array of beaded floral embellishment.

I just wish her styling had lived up to the occasion, with the primary problem being the long white T-shirt. Tucking it in or wearing a shorter top would have gone a long way to streamline the look.

Heels would have also helped elevate and elongate the silhouette, but her Malone Souliers ‘Maureen’ flats were still plenty chic to fit the more relaxed, free-spirited mood.

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