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Berenice Bejo In Gucci – ‘Redoubtable’ London Film Festival Premiere

Berenice Bejo joined Stacy Martin at the ‘Redoubtable’ London Film Festival premiere on Saturday (October 7).

Gucci made another appearance on the film festival’s red carpet in this Pre-Fall 2017 design that offered up a slightly more subdued take on embellished glamour—by Gucci standards, anyway.

With the shocking-pink bodice and decorative bow brooch, not much else was needed. So, I’m glad she left the long opera gloves off.

I do question the one-sided hairstyle, as it felt just a tiny bit forced here.

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Emma Stone In Louis Vuitton – ‘Battle Of The Sexes’ London Film Festival Premiere

Offering up an incredibly captivating entrance, Emma Stone was at the ‘Battle Of The Sexes’ premiere during the 61st BFI London Film Festival on Saturday (October 7).

I was immediately charmed by her Louis Vuitton embroidered dress, which was such a lovely representation of the label done oh-so-right on the red carpet.

Not only did the undulating allure of the sculptural sleeves take my breath away, the impeccable grace and beautiful simplicity with which Emma wore the delicately glinting gown made it one for the books.

Were you as entranced by this magical moment as I?

It seems Nicolas Ghesquière was, as he used the moment to confirmed that Emma is the new face of Louis Vuitton, which he confirmed via Instagram on Saturday night.

She joins Alicia Vikander and Selena Gomez as official ambassadors to the brand.

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Stacy Martin In Erdem – ‘Redoubtable’ London Film Festival Premiere

Stacy Martin was at the premiere of ‘Redoubtable’ at the BFI London Film Festival on Saturday (October 7) in London.

With a nod to the darker romance of the label’s signature floral motif, this Erdem Resort 2018 frock was imbued with a feminine mystique.

It possessed an intriguing balance between the slightly sultry corset-inspired bodice and the youthfulness of the flared skirt.

I loved how her casually textured hair and barely-there makeup added a sense of undone and effortless, cool-girl spirit to the look.

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Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Breaking from the ladies, we are taking a look at what the men have been wearing on the red carpet lately.

Robert Pattinson: The Dior Homme ambassador was dressed in the label for the ‘Good Time’ London Film Festival screening on Thursday (October 5). The charcoal grey colour palette and sleek lines of the suit became the focal point as there were no superfluous elements to distract us. The classic white shirt and skinny tie offered a harmonious finish.

JR: The French photographer opted for a statement-making jacket at the MOMA Special Screening of ‘Faces Places’ on Wednesday (October 4) in New York. The Gucci Pre-Fall 2017 suit jacket was decorated with fantastical green dragons across the chest. JR truly made the ensemble his own by accessorising with white sneakers, coordinating sunglasses and a dark hat.

Charlie Plummer: Also in Dior Homme, the young actor attended the ‘Lean on Pete’ London Film Festival premiere on Thursday (October 5). The sharply cut navy suit was enhanced with a crisp white shirt and soft blue tie. If his smile and casual pose are any indication, he clearly feels comfortable in the dashing two-button suit.

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Garrett Hedlund In Prada – ‘Mudbound’ London Film Festival Premiere

Garrett Hedlund joined Carey Mulligan and Mary J. Blige for the premiere of ‘Mudbound’ during the London Film Festival this evening (October 5).

Like Winston Duke, Garrett surprised us all with a light-coloured suit in October, however, this pale-blue suit hails from Prada’s Fall 2017 collection.

I love how the colour gives this double breasted set a contemporary flair along with the striped shirt and checked tie combo.

Are you pleased to see Garrett take a break from the norm?

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Carey Mulligan In Gucci – ‘Mudbound’ London Film Festival Premiere

For the second night in a row we’re treated to yet another Gucci gown during the London Film Festival.

Carey Mulligan joined Mary J. Blige for the premiere of ‘Mudbound’, wearing a sheer look from Gucci’s Resort 2018 collection.

I’m so intrigued by this look as it breaks the mould of what I perceived a Carey Mulligan look to be: safe.

I love how this Grecian goddess dress is given a new lease of life off the runway with a mint-green lining to really throw the cat amongst the pigeons.

Black may have killed the eclectic vibe or made the look feel too formulaic.

Francesco Russo metal ‘Karung’ pink gold sandals completed her look.

I’m totally buying what she’s selling. Are you?

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Mary J. Blige In Elizabeth Kennedy – ‘Mudbound’ London Film Festival Premiere

I can’t say I’ve ever been a fan of Mary J. Blige’s style – until now.

The singer/actress looked breathtaking on the red carpet this evening (October 5) for the London Film Festival premiere of ‘Mudbound’.

Much like Claire Foy, the actress scored a red carpet PB in her Elizabeth Kennedy Resort 2018 gown.

I love how the elegant floor-sweeping silhouette evokes a feeling of Old Hollywood glamour, and stand collar and bow detail sets this apart from the typical black red carpet gown.

I’m sure many are disappointed, but not surprised by the fur stole.

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