05.03.15

Emily Ratajkowski In Vionnet – Vionnet Fall 2015 Show

Emily Ratajkowski In Vionnet - Vionnet Fall 2015 Show

Emily Ratajkowski attended the Vionnet show during Fall 2015 Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday (March 4) in Paris, France.

The actress, who tends to stick to a specific style of dress – usually of the Cushnie et Ochs variety – opted to cover up her famed assets wearing a one-shoulder Vionnet tri-colour dress with a hint of deconstructionism.

While the dress is eye-catching, my eyes fell instantly to her Paula Cademartori ‘Cocca’ clutch with its neon patent-leather inserts and intricate design popping against the navy- and aqua-blue elements of her frock.

The Casadei pumps are a bit of a snooze and I wish she’d tied her hair back, but this is a very refreshing look from the usually one-note red carpet starlet.

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Blanca Suarez In Zuhair Murad – Fotogramas Awards

Blanca Suarez In Zuhair Murad - Fotogramas Awards

Blanca Suarez attended the Fotogramas Awards ceremony held at Joy Eslava on Monday (March 2) in Madrid, Spain.

The actress wore a Zuhair Murad black sheer gown featuring an explosion of colourful floral embroidery that put a spring into this elegant gown’s step.

I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t think this dress was Valentino at first as it possesses the dainty ladylike qualities you don’t always associate with Zuhair Murad, who usually comes to mind upon sight of an overtly sexy gown that the likes of Alessandra Ambrosio adore.

Confidently displaying an air of charisma and grace, this look was one of my favourites from this event, not only for the colours and Blanca’s poise but also for her styling.

I’m sure you’ll agree this look is much improved over her Film Independent Spirit Awards effort.

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Juana Acosta In Oscar de la Renta – Gala Dinner for The Colombian President

Juana Acosta In Oscar de la Renta - Gala Dinner for The Colombian President

Juana Acosta attended a gala dinner held at the Royal Palace on March 2, 2015, in Madrid, Spain, for the Colombian president, Juan Manuel Santos, which would have been a huge honour for the Colombian actress.

She was certainly dressed for the occasion, wearing an Oscar de la Renta black Resort 2015 gown designed be worn to a gala.

Breathtaking beauty in its own right, the silver embroidery only serves to augment the already grandiose design, which needed little else, yet she styled the look with glossy waves and a glitter clutch.

A definite contender for BDOTW, wouldn’t you agree?

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You can buy Juana’s Oscar de la Renta Sleeveless Floral-Embroidered Gown from Neiman Marcus.

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Ingrid Garcia Jonsson In Christian Dior – Fotogramas Awards

Ingrid Garcia Jonsson In Christian Dior - Fotogramas Awards

Ingrid Garcia Jonsson – winner of ‘Best New Actress’ at the Goya Awards – attended the Fotogramas Awards ceremony held at Joy Eslava on Monday (March 2) in Madrid, Spain.

I adore this Christian Dior Spring 2015 dress featuring a suspended skirt and cut-out top, which I had hoped would be worn by an indie actress like Juno Temple or Chloe Sevigny, so I am delighted it worn by Ingrid who appears to be cut from the same cloth.

Instilled with a dainty vibe, this modern interpretation of elegance, imbued with a laudable quality, was styled with black and white Dior booties I have a feeling won’t go down too well with the majority, hence why I really wanted an indie girl to make this look work.

For me, she rocks the look from head to toe.

Do you agree?

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03.03.15

Goya Toledo In Dolce & Gabbana – Fotogramas Awards

Goya Toledo In Dolce & Gabbana - Fotogramas Awards

Goya Toledo attended the Fotogramas Awards ceremony held at Joy Eslava on Monday (March 2) in Madrid, Spain.

Known for her love of all things Elie Saab, the actress opted for a different designer on this rare occasion, wearing Dolce & Gabbana.

Her ruched strapless dress, lavishly decorated with the brand’s signature carnations – a favourite of Domenico Dolce’s mother – had plenty of flamenco spirit infused by the ruffles enlivening the skirt.

A gold choker would’ve been my choice to take this down a more directional route, but Goya’s cuff and opulent gold earrings serve this exotic piece just as well.

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