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26.04.18

Constance Wu In The Vampire’s Wife – ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ CinemaCon Presentation

I did a double take when I saw Constance Wu at the ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ presentation during CinemaCon 2018 on Tuesday (April 24) in Las Vegas, Nevada with her new hairstyle and bewitching outfit.

The ‘Fresh Off the Boat’ actress is the latest celebrity to take a dress from The Vampire’s Wife for a spin. Many others including Rachel Weisz, Chloe Grace Moretz and Margot Robbie have also fallen for the brand’s unique spin on vintage glamour.

She played right into the retro enchanting feel of the frock with Giuseppe Zanotti ‘Betty’ black velvet platform sandals and a bag emblazoned with a celestial print.

The short, wavy hair caps off the whole beguiling effect.

The Vampire’s Wife Festival Ruffled Dress

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Amanda Seyfried In Prabal Gurung – ‘Here We Go Again’ CinemaCon Presentation

Amanda Seyfried was another lovely lady at CinemaCon 2018. She attended the ‘Here We Go Again’ presentation on Wednesday (April 25) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

I was swept away with the embellishment in this Prabal Gurung Fall 2018 dress and how it has such dimension even with a sleek silhouette.

Seeing it in motion would have really showed off the fringing on the bottom part of the skirt, but it still presents such a glistening sophisticated finish as she stands.

The longer hemline contributes to the glamorous retro sentiment she has channeled with her hair and makeup.

Jimmy Choo ‘Hesper’ sandals rounded out the dazzling ensemble.

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Hailee Steinfeld In Alexandre Vauthier – ‘Bumblebee’ CinemaCon Presentation

Hailee Steinfeld was also at CinemaCon 2018, attending the ‘Bumblebee’ presentation on Wednesday (April 25) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

As soon as I saw this Alexandre Vauthier Spring 2018 ensemble, I immediately thought of the actress’s look at the 2018 Grammy Awards which was from the same collection.

As this is separates and she styled it with the black boots as opposed to the golden green version, it’s enough to set the look apart.

I was enamoured with the drama the original metallic boots presented, but the patent black version was suited to the more casual presentation. Plus, they don’t overshadow the wrapped jacket and long shorts.

It’s a shame that the carpet was black as the boots get lost in it. The footwear would have resonated more on a traditional red carpet.

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Gigi Hadid In Derek Lam – ‘Being Serena’ New York Premiere

Gigi Hadid was in attendance at the New York premiere of ‘Being Serena’ on Wednesday (April 25), joining lady of the hour Serena Williams.

After dazzling in a megawatt Atelier Versace mini-dress to celebrate her 23rd birthday, the model continued with the golden colour scheme in a Derek Lam Spring 2018 suit.

It might not have had the gilded finish of her birthday look, but it stood out for its oversized silhouette.

When the model does wear suits, they’re typically a sleeker style so this boxy jacket was a fresh change.

Christian Louboutin ‘So Kate’ patent leather and PVC pumps with kraft paper collage detail and EFFY Jewelry earrings elevated the sharp finish.

The bold beauty look also helped the suit shed any dowdy cooperate connotations.

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Taraji P. Henson In Solace London – ‘What Men Want’ CinemaCon Presentation

Taraji P. Henson stepped out at the ‘What Men Want’ presentation at CinemaCon 2018 on Wednesday (April 25) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The actress rarely misses the opportunity to make an on-trend statement. This time she did it in a Solace London Spring 2018 dress.

Some might consider this to be a more subdued look given the muted colour palette and relaxed silhouette, but the enlarged camo-like print with contrasting detailing present a cool finish.

And when she turned to the side, the sensual slit exposed her legs.

She didn’t overcook the look with accessories or a strong beauty look which allowed the flash of skin to have all the more impact.

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