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Lake Bell In Elizabeth and James & Max Mara – Bonpoint Fall 2018 Children’s Fashion Show

Lake Bell was perched front row for the Bonpoint Fall 2018 children’s fashion show on Wednesday (January 24) at the Hotel de Brancas in Paris, France, where she cheered on the young models and gave an encouraging thumbs-up.

Pink and red was one of the major trends of 2017, so could Lake’s Elizabeth and James Spring 2018 look be signalling the start of the pink and orange trend?

The high impact is the same, as these vibrant hues can play-off each other perfectly when handled with a contemporary touch.

The technicolor dream was muted somewhat with the camel Max Mara coat, but her lipstick print velvet clutch, Melinda Maria pearl and gold drop earrings plus her Malone Souliers ‘Zia’ embellished pumps ensured a lively flourish.

Head over to bonpoint.com to see the mini models in action. I guarantee it will put a smile on your face.

Malone Souliers Zia Silk Satin Embellished Pumps

Credit: Vogue.com & Courtesy of Bonpoint / Stéphane Cardinale

24.01.18

Front Row @ Armani Prive Spring 2018

The Armani Prive Spring 2018 show was held on Tuesday (January 23) during Paris Fashion Week.

Sara Sampaio: The model easily had my favourite look of the front row with this powdery pink jumpsuit that I loved not only for its romantic hue that was so striking with Sara’s jet-black locks, but also for the beautiful drape of its silhouette with the cape-style sleeves. The bold accessories, including metallic pumps and a printed clutch, contributed such a modern edge, too.

Diane Kruger: A distinct ode to old Hollywood elegance was most captivating about this look, with the sheer paneling offering a modern seduction to the embroidered dress.

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23.01.18

Front Row @ Ralph & Russo Spring 2018 Couture

The dreamy Ralph & Russo Spring 2018 Couture show was held on Monday (January 22) during Paris Fashion Week, with a trio of front-row femmes in the house to witness all the confections.

Kylie Minogue: The beautiful blush tone of this silky, asymmetrical gown conveyed a softly romantic quality on Kylie. A darker sandal to match her nail lacquer would have escalated the dramatic effect even more.

Natalia Vodianova: Of course, I was immediately drawn to this electric-blue number, but what heightened my affection were the little details like the buttons down the side, the dynamic patterning, and the swishy, car wash paneling. Modern sophistication at its finest.

Arizona Muse: A pair of red pumps enlivened this girly, embellished black frock. I think a similar bold crimson shade would have been equally fitting for her lip to tie the look together.

Credit: Getty

23.01.18

Front Row @ Chanel Spring 2018 Couture

Designer Karl Lagerfeld transformed Paris’s Grand Palais into a classic French garden to plant his flowery, sugary-chic confections for the Chanel Spring 2018 Couture show during Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday (January 23), where his Chanel-clad front row duly impressed.

Yara Shahidi: The starlet always impresses me with her command of fashion, and even in this setting, her particular brand of youthfully sophisticated, directional style shone brightly. I like how she brought an experimental twist to this girly-demure frock with the clear booties.

Ella Purnell: There was a prim charm to Ella’s matching sweater separates, modestly finished with a pair of black pumps.

Rita Ora: Classic tweed took a colourful, sporty direction with the songstress’s hoodie dress accessorised in true Rita rebel form with a quilted fanny pack and athletic sneakers. Yet, it all made sense, with the pink-coral hue tied throughout—from her lipstick right down to the accent colour on those shoes.

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22.01.18

Front Row @ Christian Dior Spring 2018 Couture

A couple of days after the Dior Homme show, more Dior-clad darlings descended on the Rodin Museum for the fashion house’s runway show, the first big one of Paris haute couture week on Monday (January 22).

Emily Blunt: Sleekly elegant styling was the only way to go for this ornately printed Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2018 frock, and Emily complied.

Annabelle Wallis: Statement shirts continue to be a relevant trend, and Annabelle’s fit the bill. I like how she styled it with the graphic jacket (which coincidentally reflected the show’s checquerboard set), high-waist, cropped trousers, and hat for a slice of Parisian rebel-chic.

Willow Smith: Perhaps taking a cue from the surrealist mood of the show in her white eye makeup, Willow offered a more girly perspective than we would expect from her urban-cool style in this sheer tulle gown juxtaposed with a tuxedo vest.

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21.01.18 Menswear

Front Row @ Dior Homme Fall 2018

Some of Dior’s most dashing and fashionably daring fans were in attendance at the brand’s Dior Homme Fall 2018 show, held on Saturday (January 20) during Paris Fashion Week.

Robert Pattinson: Monochromatic black proved far from boring on Robert, who cut an impossibly cool profile by wearing a Dior Homme leather bomber jacket over his Dior Homme suit. I love the slightly rebellious effect it provided. A black cotton tee and black leather derbies completed the look.

Bella Hadid: Speaking of style rebels, look no further than Bella who walked on the wild side with Dior Homme’s ‘New Look’ jacket and pants featuring an all-over tribal print. Her silver sunglasses and bandana echoed the same print, with the exposed bra adding her signature side of sexiness. I know those red, fluorescent yellow and white techno sneakers may be a marmite addition to the look, but I was a fan of their unexpectedness.

Future: Rocking the same sneakers that again shone like a beacon on an all-black look, Future paired his with a Dior Homme shiny-effect leather bomber jacket styled over a wool turtleneck and wool pants. The metal round sunglasses added even more attitude.

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19.01.18 Menswear

Front Row @ Louis Vuitton Fall 2018

Louis Vuitton men’s artistic director Kim Jones took his final bow at the brand during the Fall 2018 Menswear show on Thursday (January 18) during Paris Fashion Week. Of course, the front row was buzzing with a roster of guests, with everyone wearing LV—save for Victoria Beckham, who was naturally representing her own namesake line.

David Beckham: David delivered his signature steely stare and edgy sexiness with effortlessly relaxed flair in this monochromatic navy ensemble topped by a nubby, army-green trench and blinding white sneakers.

Brooklyn Beckham: Like father, like son; Brooklyn showed that good style runs in the family with this look that married the playful, youthful quirk of the printed word shirt and skinny, slouched trousers with a classic, tweedy overcoat.

Joe Jonas: Opting for a more experimental look, Joe paired this twist on a Hawaiian-print shirt with satiny joggers and platform sneakers for an interesting, directional style statement. Although, perhaps the look was calling out for a fanny pack, as well.
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