The Max Mara 2015 Women In Film Face Of The Future Event celebrated Kate Mara at the Chateau Marmont on Monday (June 15) in West Hollywood, California, where the woman of the hour and a host of additional Max Mara-clad lovelies made the rounds.
Kate Mara: Looking appropriately glorious, the actress was stunning in an impeccable, ruby-red Max Mara jumpsuit sleekly styled with complementary sandals and a black Max Mara clutch. I love the slight nod to femininity that the ruffle provides to the more structured, mannish lines of the ensemble.
Ashley Madewke: Showing us that monochromatic is far from dull, Ashley was the epitome of effortless elegance in an off-white Max Mara loose blouse paired with cropped trousers. The Max Mara bronze snake clutch in combination with metallic sandals and a bright red lip appropriately punctuated this perfectly minimalistic statement.
Jena Malone: She added her own unique flair to the tonal nude hues of this Max Mara houndstooth strapless dress and pearlescent Edie Parker clutch with the addition of a sporty denim jacket thrown over her shoulders for a casually chic finish.
Angie Harmon: Striking as ever, she wore a shimmery printed Max Mara wrap dress that was all about relaxed refinement. The suede boots have me already looking forward to fall’s fashionable bounty of accessories.
Jessica Szohr: The actress couldn’t have worn this look any better, as it was firing on all cylinders between the structured, slightly masculine appeal of the Max Mara polka-dot blazer and slim-fit trousers meshed with the peek-a-boo, sexy allure of lacy lingerie underneath. The goldenrod-yellow Max Mara bag was the icing on the cake.
Jenna Dewan-Tatum: She also walked to the beat of monochrome in a sheer Max Mara sweater and quilted skirt, paired with a tonal Edie Parker clutch, for a sultry yet refined look.
Eva Amurri: The side ruched detail of her Max Mara LBD created a beautiful, figure-enhancing effect, styled with the pop of a Max Mara magenta clutch and Max Mara embellished sandals.
Maggie Grace: The delightful coral colour of this Max Mara dress was all the actress needed to stand out. She added another bright note with her colourful printed shoes and charming ’do.
Ali Larter: Mixing androgyny with plenty of sexy appeal, the actress wore a Max Mara cropped white blazer and black cropped trousers, topping the look off with a statement pendant necklace—clearly to direct even more attention to her décolletage, as if she really needed to do so.
Alexandra Daddario: The lovely lavender shade of the actress’s Max Mara dress nearly matched her piercing eyes. She accessorized the frock with a cream Max Mara clutch.
Moran Atias: The actress channeled a slightly retro vibe in her loose and languid Max Mara printed, semi-sheer blouse and skirt paired with Melinda Maria jewels. The jade green tones of the ensemble were beautiful against her olive skin tone, and she brought more green to the party with the additional quirk of grassy Just Fab shoes.
Zoey Deutch: The starlet opted for a Tanya Taylor dress imbued with the bright pop of geometric, embroidered pinwheel appliques. You may remember that Emmy Rossum recently wore this frock, but I certainly didn’t mind seeing a second vibrant showing. Contributing even more spirit to the party frock were her Stuart Weitzman ‘Legwrap’ sandals, which are a celeb favourite.