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15.05.17

2017 NBCUniversal Upfront Red Carpet Roundup

Many more notable names joined Jennifer Lopez and Kim Kardashian at the 2017 NBCUniversal Upfront on Monday (May 15) in New York City.

America Ferrera: The actress was awash in a lovely spring fever with this ladylike Saloni ‘Grace’ off-the-shoulder, floral-print frock. Too bad about the pumps, as a sandal in an equally vibrant hue would have been far more suitable.

Nicole Richie: Laid-back elegance defined these classically simple Josie Natori cami with a Galvan Resort 2017 wrap skirt.

Jessica Biel: Designer Roland Mouret’s signature sharp silhouette and folded detailing morphed into a look of ultimate feminine sophistication in this ‘Sawleigh’ peplum dress in a rich cranberry hue. It fit Jessica like a beautiful glove.

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Victoria Beckham In Victoria Beckham – 2017 Hot Pink Party

On Friday (May 12), the celebrity, and philanthropic communities came together to attend the Elizabeth Hurley hosted, Hot Pink Party to support Breast Cancer research.

Victoria Beckham, the reigning princess of polished, ‘fembot’ style took the route of urbane and monochromatic.

Continuing her role as the best muse for her namesake label, Victoria stepped out in a cutout, navy jumpsuit from her Fall 2017 collection.

The look is classic VB but all the more refreshing in contrast to others in attendance that may have taken to dress code to an overly extravagant level.

The unkempt hair and deco drop earrings come together to give us a look that, while not new, felt fresh in the setting.

The only downside, as per, were the super long trousers.

Credit: Vogue.com & Getty

10.05.17 Premiere

‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ London Premiere Red Carpet Roundup

Hermione Corfield wasn’t the only one at the London premiere of ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ on Wednesday (May 10). Here are a few more femmes who took to the red carpet.

Poppy Delevingne: The first thing I noticed about this Elie Saab Spring 2017 gown was its lush teal hue—and the overachiever slits. That said, with its lightness of form, the dress featured a beautiful, flowing movement in which romantic femininity and languid sultriness merged into one, with gold accessories including strappy sandals and a Jimmy Choo Lockett Minaudière hammered-metal clutch adding a gilded touch.

Millie Brady: Not even the starry, constellation-print could add more twinkle to this Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2017 sheer frock, as the granny panties that peeked through the skirt were a distraction—and the yawn-inducing black pumps did not come to the rescue.

Jacqui Ainsley: The delicate, petal-pink hue of this Victoria Beckham dress put a softer spin on its sexy, body-con styling, which Jacqui styled with a contrasting red clutch and nude heels.

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Victoria Beckham In Victoria Beckham – Gare du Nord

Victoria Beckham was seen at Gare du Nord, arriving at the train station in Paris, France from London on Tuesday (May 3).

Whilst making the rounds in the City of Light, she went to a work appointment at an office and then shopping at a few different stores while wearing her particular brand of Parisian-chic style.

A damp chill in the spring air of Paris perhaps prompted this Victoria Beckham Fall 2017 ensemble that possessed the signature, relaxed-refined silhouette that VB has now perfected so well.

There would be no amount of dreary weather that could dull the bright vibrancy of her sheer, watermelon-red skirt that balanced its maroon sweater counterpart beautifully.

Credit: Vogue.com & E-PRESS / BACKGRID

Demi Lovato In Victoria Beckham – We Day California 2017

Demi Lovato joined Selena Gomez on Thursday (April 27) for WE Day at The Forum in Inglewood, California.

Much like Selena, Demi opted to put a little spring in her step with this draped, wrap-style midi dress from Victoria Beckham’s Resort 2017 collection.

The smile-inducing shade was tempered with grey Gianvito Rossi pumps which I didn’t understand a first, but on reflection this look should be all about the dress.

Net-A-Porter.com, Nordstrom, Forward by Elyse Walker (in black)