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22.02.18 Premiere

Claire Foy In Valentino – ‘Unsane’ Berlinale International Film Festival Premiere

Claire Foy stepped out at the ‘Unsane’ Berlinale International Film Festival premiere on Wednesday (February 21) in Berlin, Germany.

‘The Crown’ actress evoked a starry night sky with her Valentino Pre-Fall gown.

The sequined appliqués and gossamer fabric have a whimsical charm, but the dark colour palette adds a moody elegance.

The wrap style was cinched at the waist with a black velvet ribbon which contributed to the darkly romantic sentiment.

Her red lipstick added some colour.

Did you mind the sheer fabric?

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20.02.18 Premiere

Valeria Golino In Prada – ‘Daughter of Mine’ Berlinale International Premiere

Valeria Golino was a beauty in blue at the ‘Daughter of Mine’ Berlinale International premiere on Sunday (February 18) in Berlin, Germany where she joined Alba Rohrwacher.

The Italian actress and director’s Prada gown had a parred-back elegance which projected a regal air.

Many of the Prada dresses on the red carpet of late have had a girlish femininity with details aplenty, but the refined elegance of this gown allows her natural beauty to shine.

The deep blue hue enhances her eyes while the gold accents play up her hair and complexion.

The low V-neckline adds a sensual undercurrent while creating a flattering lengthening effect.

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Alba Rohrwacher In Valentino, Prada & Valentino Couture – Berlinale International Film Festival

Italian actress Alba Rohrwacher is currently in Germany, where she is promoting ‘Daughter of Mine’ (Figlia Mia) and ‘3 Days in Quiberon’ during the Berlinale International Film Festival.

‘Daughter of Mine’ Photocall:  Cut to a boyfriend fit, this Pre-Fall 2018 look takes her tailored style to the next level, oozing simple elegance. Valentino has always been one of her go-to brands, and the union continues to be a fruitful one.

‘Daughter of Mine’ Premiere: You maybe surprise to learn that this custom leather blue gown is by Prada, as their recent red carpet gowns tend to veer on the uber girlie side with embellishments and feather appliqués. I love how this feels daring for Alba. The long silhouette enhances her statuesque frame, while the cut and open back keeps the look razor-sharp and modern. Delfina Delettrez jewels completed the look.

‘3 Days in Quiberon’ Premiere: Returning to her first love: Valentino, the actress opted to borrow from the boys again, this time opting for a look from the Spring 2018 Couture collection. While the look was perfectly suited to her minimalist style, I was longing for a bit more in the makeup department on this occasion.

Valentino Spring 2018 Couture

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Rosamund Pike In Givenchy & Givenchy Couture – ‘7 Days in Entebbe’ Berlinale International Film Festival Photocall & Premiere

Sporting a fresh new hairdo’, Rosamund Pike made her first red carpet appearance of 2018 for the photocall and premiere of ‘7 Days in Entebbe’ (7 Tage in Entebbe) during the Berlinale International Film Festival this evening (February 19) in Germany.

Photocall: I love how the square-shaped shoulder pads bring ’80s confidence to this effortlessly glamorous Givenchy Spring 2018 number. With so little detail, the brooch detail prevents the dress from sliding into, “just another LBD” territory.

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M.I.A. In Roberto Cavalli – ‘Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.’ Berlinale International Film Festival Press Conference

M.I.A. was at the press conference for her documentary, ‘Matangi/Maya/M.I.A.’, during the Berlinale International Film Festival on Saturday (February 17) in Berlin, Germany.

She walked on the wild side in more ways than one with her Roberto Cavalli Pre-Fall 2018 ensemble that riffed on zebra stripes in a bold palette of hot orange.

The animal print continued right down to her snakeskin-esque booties that added the quirky touch we’d expect from the entertainer.

That said, I’m glad she opted for the statement jacket to really amp up the look—even if I could have easily seen her wear the print from top to toe.

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