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Coco Rocha In Zac Posen – The Third Murder (Sandome No Satsujin) Premiere & Jaeger-LeCoultre Hosts Gala Dinner

It was a case of two looks, one day for Coco Rocha at the Venice Film Festival, as she attended the premiere of ‘The Third Murder (Sandome No Satsujin)’ and the Jaeger-LeCoultre Gala Dinner on Tuesday (September 5).

‘The Third Murder (Sandome No Satsujin)’ Premiere: In what has become something of a signature look—and pose—for the top model, she worked this Zac Posen sculpted, mermaid gown to her advantage. The cape-style train increased the drama, naturally, while the clean sense of minimal styling was right in line with Coco’s less-is-more sensibility.

Jaeger-LeCoultre Hosts Gala Dinner: Less may be more, but Coco waxed poetic in her second look from designer Zac Posen in this Spring 2017 lace number that likewise featured an intriguing silhouette that played on baby-doll-influenced proportions. Between the pale hue, to the style-forward riff on an empire waistline, it’s a look that will likely divide the vote. I do love how her Jaeger-LeCoultre played into the colour palette.

What did you make of her two looks?

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Rebecca Hall In Giorgio Armani – ‘Mother!’ Venice Film Festival Premiere

As Venice Film Festival progresses, my love and admiration for Rebecca Hall’s style grows exponentially.

It can’t be easy to create tweleve looks for the duration of this festival, yet here we are on day five with another cracker.

For the ‘Mother!’ premiere tonight (September 5), Rebecca turned to her magic man Giorgio Armani again, this time keeping it simple in black.

I say simple, yet the piece feels architecturally structured to contour, define, enhance and bless every inch of Rebecca’s figure to give her the perfect hourglass shape.

De Beers jewels once again accompanies her stunning look.

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Michelle Pfeiffer In Michael Kors Collection – ‘Mother!’ Venice Film Festival Premiere

Like Jennifer Lawrence, Michelle Pfeiffer was having a magical moment of her own for the ‘Mother!’ premiere during Venice Film Festival.

Michael Kors proves a simple silhouette can have head-turning appeal with this floor-sweeping Resort 2018 gown; bedecked in light-catching black-and-gold geometric sequins for an undeniably stunning effect.

The look was styled with a Tod’s Double T clutch and signature sultry waves.

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Jennifer Lawrence In Christian Dior Couture – ‘Mother!’ Venice Film Festival Premiere

Jennifer Lawrence was back on the red carpet this evening (September 5) for the ‘Mother!’ premiere during Venice Film Festival.

I’m not sure about you, but this is the first time in a long time that I’ve felt truly memiserzed by Jennifer in Dior Couture.

Had you shown me the runway picture and said, “this is what Jennifer is wearing tonight”, I would’ve been disappointed.

However, on Jennifer, the black point d’esprit over salmon pink tulle ball gown with herbal-inspired silk wild rose embroidery, feels like a magic moment, one I’d started to believe may never happen again.

This may be a little too sheer for some, but all I see is a bonafide movie star.

The look was styled with Tiffany & Co. jewels.

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Michelle Pfeiffer In Dolce & Gabbana – ‘Mother!’ Venice Film Festival Photocall

Michelle Pfeiffer joined Jennifer Lawrence this afternoon (September 5) for the ‘Mother!’ photocall during Venice Film Festival.

The product of exquisite Italian craftsmanship, her Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2017 dress it’s cut to a beautiful svelte silhouette with a nipped-in waist.

Adorned with the brands signature rose print, I’m happy to see Michelle – who tends to favour suits or all black – step out of her comfort-zone.

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Jennifer Lawrence In Giambattista Valli – ‘Mother!’ Venice Film Festival Photocall

I was excited to see Jennifer Lawrence back on the red carpet this afternoon (September 5), promoting her new film, ‘Mother!’ during Venice Film Festival.

Opting not to wear Dior, the actress wore a Giambattista Valli Resort 2018 delicate lace dress with a pretty pink underlay.

What it lacks in thrills and youthful finesse, it more than makes up for in feminine elegance.

I’m not sure that this will be a crowd-pleaser, but I have to say I love the ease of it all.

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