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20.02.17

Olivia Culpo Front Row @ NYFW Fall 2017

There seemed to be hardly a front row seat without Olivia Culpo’s name on it during New York Fashion Week—her respective designer looks from each show reflecting the wide variety of presentations she frequented.

Noon By Noor: Mannish vamp was the mood with her all-black ensemble at the Noon By Noor show on Thursday (February 9), where her sleek bun and glossy crimson lip took the look from standard to sultry.

Cushnie Et Ochs: Pants again were in play at the Cushnie et Ochs show on Friday (February 10), but the most I noticed of them was where the waistband peeked through the deep plunge of the vest that actually seemed strangely ill-fitting. It compromised the outfit, as sometimes a plunge is just too deep. She accessorized with a Lee Savage clutch.

Zimmermann: From menswear to mega-feminine, Olivia flipped the script at the Zimmermann show on Monday (February 13) with a look from the label’s Spring 2017 collection that served up ruffled, lacy romanticism with an innocently sultry finish. With the lace-up boots, you can see the ‘sexy pirate’ edge that was rife throughout that collection.

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20.02.17

Diane Kruger Front Row @ NYFW Fall 2017

Diane Kruger is nothing short of a style darling with her penchant for spirited, directional looks, so it’s no surprise she made a string of front row appearances during New York Fashion Week.

Jason Wu: On Friday (February 10), the actress kicked things off at the height of sartorial sharpness with a fresh rendition on a tuxedo jacket dress. The combination of blue hues is just as eye-catching as the precision tailoring, elevated even further by a leopard clutch and strappy nude heels which ensured there was plenty of sass to match the structure of the look.

Prabal Gurung: While it may have appeared as if her sweater dress was falling off her shoulder at the Prabal Gurung show on Sunday (February 12), it was intentional—and all the better for it. It takes a specific girl to pull off this look, and Diane is that girl. She commanded it with brilliant allure, not to mention that the purple colour is simply radiant on her.

Tory Burch: Hopping on the pajama train, she wore a posh PJ ensemble at the Tory Burch show on Tuesday (February 14) that was dressed up by its bold, geometric print and wide obi sash.

Which look was your favourite?

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Maggie Gyllenhaal In Schiaparelli Couture – 2017 Berlinale International Film Festival Closing Ceremony

Maggie Gyllenhaal attended the 2017 Berlinale International Film Festival Closing Ceremony on Saturday (February 18) in Berlin.

Consistency of style was her strong suit throughout the festival, as she maintained a loosely romantic, boho flair in many of her looks.

The mood continued for this diaphanously flowing Schiaparelli Spring 2017 Couture gown with its decorative Asian floral motif.

Her wavy locks only echoed the fluidity of form here, with a red lip providing a finishing pop of boldness in absence of the runway’s pendant necklaces.

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16.02.17

Front Row At Ralph Lauren Fall 2017

The Ralph Lauren Fall 2017 show was held on Wednesday (February 15) in New York City, where a front row of starlets were well-dressed in head-to-toe Ralph Lauren Collection statements.

Deepika Padukone: Fringe took on a lighter mood in Deepika’s Ralph Lauren look that boasted a luminous shimmying effect in movement. Her minimalist styling with a sleek bun and nude heels finished the ensemble with a sophisticated flourish.

Jessica Biel: Black lace became the epitome of ladylike refinement in this tea-length frock, where the white collar might initially seem out of place. Yet it adds a schoolgirl charm to the more dramatic laciness and embellished gold belt.

Emmy Rossum: With a more modern version of lace, the actress wore a pristine white frock, styled with a pop of bold colour in a red clutch along with similar nude heels to Deepika.

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15.02.17

Front Row at Michael Kors Fall 2017

The front row at the Michael Kors Fall 2017 runway show on Wednesday (February 15) in New York City was well-outfitted with Michael’s fashionable fan club.

Emily Ratajkowski: We know Emily can do sexy, but I loved this Michael Kors Pre-Fall 2017 midriff top and retro-glam, fit-and-flare skirt for its more demure, seductive appeal. It was like a breath of fresh air on her.

Blake Lively: Speaking of fresh, the actress’s Michael Kors Spring 2017 multi-coloured frock was just that, as it was positively abloom in dimensional mini flowers. While the embellishment was at a peak, it never became too overbearing in part due to the styling which included a thin white belt, Lorraine Schwartz jewels and poppy-red Christian Louboutin heels. It was a radiant look for Blake.

Deepika Padukone: Also wearing a Michael Kors Spring 2017 ensemble, Deepika took a more tailored approach in her sleeveless trench dress, which didn’t take itself too seriously given the blocky shoes. Normally, I don’t love platforms of this magnitude, but here they delivered a quirkiness that was just what the outfit ordered.

Who had your favourite look?

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Charlie Hunnam In Prada & Robert Pattinson In Dior Homme – ‘The Lost City of Z’ Berlin Film Festival Premiere


After the photo call earlier in the day, Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson were back at it for the premiere of ‘The Lost City of Z’ on Tuesday (February 14) during the 2017 Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, Germany.

Charlie Hunnam: Yet again the picture of classic polish, Charlie dressed up in a Prada suit styled with Christian Louboutin ‘Greggo’ shoes. Yes, it was just a black suit, but the impeccable tailoring and sleek precision elevated it to another level.

Robert Pattinson: Similar to the photo call, Robert brought a more rebellious, directional edge to balance out Charlie’s buttoned-up appeal. The Dior Homme Fall 2017 brushed fur overcoat delivered a sense of moody drama to his otherwise monochromatic look.

What they have presented here is an intriguing juxtaposition of styles—and I love it.

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