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Julianne Hough In Zuhair Murad – Harper’s Bazaar Celebrates 150 Most Fashionable Women

Julianne Hough was also at the Harper’s BAZAAR Celebrates 150 Most Fashionable Women on Friday (January 27) in West Hollywood, California.

Intense embellishment is a hallmark of Zuhair Murad, and that certainly was the case in this Spring 2017 fully beaded jumpsuit from the design house.

I was glad to see the reflective, metallic belt was still present and accounted for on Julianne as it sophisticatedly cuts through the striking glitter of the one-piece.

Such a high-shine look as this needs no additional sparkle, so Julianne obliged with only subtle jewels and nude makeup.

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Julianne Hough In Zuhair Murad – ‘xXx’: Return of Xander Cage’ LA Premiere

Julianne Hough joined Ruby Rose for the ‘xXx: Return of Xander Cage’ LA Premiere on Thursday (January 19).

She was at the height of relaxed glamour in a midnight-blue Zuhair Murad robe dress with a plush velvet allure.

Yes, the dressing gown-inspired look was sheer but its subtlety in combination with the wide black belt and Julianne’s long braid added an effortless modernity that saved it from monotonous territory.

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Sofia Vergara In Zuhair Murad Couture & Marchesa – 2017 Golden Globe Awards & People’s Choice Awards

Sofia Vergara attended the 2017 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday (January 8), then won Favourite Comedic TV Actress at the People’s Choice Awards 2017 on Wednesday (January 18) in LA.

2017 Golden Globe Awards: Like so many other stars, the actress had on sheer and metallic for the evening in a Zuhair Murad Fall 2016 Couture design. The cold-shoulder gown and her sleek ponytail were a bit of a departure for the vivacious Colombian beauty who typically gravitates towards mermaid silhouettes and long bombshell locks.

2017 People’s Choice Awards: The familiar silhouette near and dear to her heart was back in action with this seductively curve-hugging Marchesa Pre-Fall 2017 design with gold bustier top. While the mood of the dress was decidedly luxe, the platform stilts she wore on her feet were decidedly not. Sometimes looking seven feet tall simply isn’t worth it.

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Lily Collins In Georges Chakra Couture, Christian Dior & Zuhair Murad – W Magazine Parties, HAITI RISING Gala & Golden Globe Awards

Lily Collins has been at a whirlwind of events, first joining Hailee Steinfeld for the W Magazine Celebrates the Best Performances Portfolio and the Golden Globes with Audi and Moet & Chandon at Chateau Marmont on Thursday (January 5) in Los Angeles, California. Then, it was off to W Magazine’s It Girls with Stuart Weitzman at A.O.C. on Saturday (January 7) before the 6th Annual Sean Penn & Friends HAITI Rising Gala Benefiting J/P Haitian Relief Organization later that day at the Montage Beverly Hills. The grand finale was, of course, the 2017 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday (January 8) at The Beverly Hilton for which she was nominated for ‘Rules Don’t Apply.’

W Magazine Pre-Globes Party: The actress was almost like a modern version of Audrey Hepburn in this Georges Chakra Couture sheer column gown—if you take away the ultra-transparency of the look and its failed illusion neckline that was more figure-skater costume than couture dress.

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Olivia Culpo In Zuhair Murad Couture & Cushnie et Ochs – 2017 Golden Globe Awards & Ocean Drive Cover Party

Olivia Culpo made a dramatic entrance at the 2017 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday (January 8) at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in California. Then, a few days later, she crossed the country to celebrate her ‘Ocean Drive’ cover at a party hosted at Rick’s South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida.

2017 Golden Globe Awards: The former pageant girl turned Spanish princess on the red carpet in her Zuhair Murad bejeweled ball gown which she styled with a low, braided chignon. I barely recognized this side of Olivia, as this was far from the expected style move for her. The magnificence of the dress was all wrapped up in its nearly impossible level of intricate detail and explosion of colours—not to mention the wrap-front bodice which was a welcome reprieve from all the plunges.

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