Here is a roundup of those who took to the red carpet yesterday evening for the ‘All Is Lost’, ’12 Years A Slave’ & ‘Nebraska’ premieres during the 51st New York Film Festival held at Alice Tully Hall.
Sarah Paulson: Wearing all black, the actress donned a signature Vivienne Westwood shimmering off-the-shoulder frock which I’m sure they will still be producing in 20 years’ time.
Carla Gugino: The same applies to Carla’s animal-print Dolce & Gabbana frock, which she styled with gold-metallic pumps.
Connie Britton: The ‘Nashville’ star kept it simple in a black ASOS body-conscious dress, adding Monique Lhuillier pointy pumps to add interest to her look.
Ashley Dyke: While the actress’s Lorena Sarbu open-weave copper sequin net gown styled with Pomellato jewels might be considered OTT considering the styles of what everyone else wore last night, at least we haven’t been-there-and-done-that, nor is it an LBD relying on footwear to make it interesting.
Whenever I see Suki Waterhouse she always looks slightly dishevelled, so I was delighted to see her scrub up well on the red carpet last night.
She attended the British Airways and Variety Celebrate The Inaugural A380 Service Direct from Los Angeles to London and Discover Variety’s 10 Brits to Watch in Los Angeles, California.
Supporting a British brand, she wore a Mulberry Fall 2013 ‘Aurora’ emerald metallic-jacquard short-sleeved dress with a pleated skirt.
Keeping a hint of her grungy persona, she added black platform booties and a quirky Vivienne Westwood ‘Frilly’ heart-shaped handbag in a luxurious snake-print finish featuring the label’s iconic gold-tone orb logo.
Cat eyes and a high-knotted ponytail completed her look.
You can buy Suki’s Vivienne Westwood Frilly Snake-Print Heart Handbag from Harrods.com.
Paloma Faith also hit the front-row sevearl times during London Fashion Week over the weekend. Her over-the-top, eccentric style had no danger of being in short supply, either.
Julien Macdonald: The British songstress set a fittingly glam tone at the Julien Macdonald show in a slinky white, one-shoulder gown with spidery gold sequin detail crawling down the statement sleeve. To go with the slit-to-there gown? Metallic-gold platform pumps and a wide-brimmed hat, which actually didn’t match the mood of the dress, but checked the quirky Paloma box.
Ashish: Sparkling with plenty of personality and pizazz the singer donned a salmon sequin show-stopper with wearing her flame lock down which on most would upstage her look, but it just adds to the theatrics here.
Vivienne Westwood Red Label: Pouring on the funky appeal, Paloma paid homage to Vivienne in head-to-toe plaid with a mannish green-and-blue suit. The bold moves continued with her gold platform pumps and neon cotton candy-pink lip, whilst she skipped a hat in exchange for a pile of fiery red-orange locks twisted atop her head.
Anna Kendrick has been frequenting the London Fashion Week scene over the weekend, sporting a host of eclectic looks—from sweety to sultry.
Julien Macdonald: Flaunting the fringe, the actress turned vamp-star in an embellished black mesh, body-con dress and pointy ankle-strap heels. Her no-makeup look and casual centre-parted strands needed a bigger boost to stand up to this statement.
Temperley London: At The Savoy Hotel, Anna channeled her inner flower-girl in an embroidered tea frock. The beige colour fell a bit flat, though, whilst a large Me Char ‘Edith’ clutch and heavy black platforms really weighed down the more diaphanous effect of the sheer lined dress.
Vivienne Westwood Red Label: She took the label into consideration when selecting her look that could only be described as schoolgirl-punk. It was classic Vivienne with a boldly coloured purple-and-yellow plaid pencil skirt matched with a sheer, white blouse and an eggplant, exaggerated-lapel leather jacket. Here, we also had another appearance from the never-ending white pumps and a slightly rebellious, messy low ponytail.
As Toronto Film Festival draws to a close, Jennifer Aniston attended the premiere of her latest movie, ‘Life Of Crime’, held at Roy Thomson Hall in Toronto, Canada on Saturday evening.
Yes, she’s wearing a classic Vivienne Westwood dress with its signature corset and revealing neckline, but let’s focus on the most important thing here – she’s not wearing black.
Not even her go-to black Celine strappy sandals.
The actress was glowing in a powder-blue frock to bring out her blue eyes, which she styled with nude Westwood pumps and silver drop earrings.
Applying a little more eyeliner than usual, the actress left her blonde tresses to fall around her shoulders.
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