Gala Gordon: This whimsical white Chanel Fall 2016 frock wasn’t too innocent, as the edgy, black accents imbued the look with just enough rebel spirit. The dress could have used a less distracting bra.
Charli XCX: Also going the way of white, the entertainer was entirely lovely in a Stella McCartney Fall 2017 top and lace skirt that I was head over heels for. Structured, chic, and sweet—and not over-styled.
Adwoa Aboah: While this Chanel pastel-beaded, sheer gown may have appeared to have all the qualities of standard prettiness, she added a layer of quirk appeal to its romantic side with the furry Chanel purse and white athletic shoes. Say what you will about the unexpected sneakers, but it was the necklace that I found so unnecessary with the already robust embellishment.
Arizona Muse: The styling of this white lacquered Chanel dress perfectly complemented its sparkling and studded embellishment—from the silver clutch to the matching sandals. The wet-look hair may be more divisive, though.
Alice Dellal: Ordinarily, those spotted platform shoes would only be seen as hoof-like appendages to a look. But, so sleek and streamlined was this one-shoulder Chanel dress that somehow they landed more on the good side of their quirky, questionable status. A mini backpack rounded out the look with a sporty-chic finish.
Erin O’Connor: My biggest initial problem with this Emilia Wickstead Fall 2017 dress was how unkempt it seemed with the half-up sleeve and the visible creases. But the fit of the design was none too flattering either nor did the red slides to it any favours.
Claudia Schiffer: Originally, this Chanel Pre-Fall 2016 fit-and-flare dress featured a world of embellishment when it was sent down the runway. The supermodel pared it back significantly for a more laid-back approach, only enhancing it with a turquoise bag and black pumps. I wish she had likewise echoed the turquoise in a sandal.
Ella Purnell: The oversized logo motif belt and color-block sandals brought a spirited, contemporary note to the more romantic undertones of this Chanel navy plisse dress. I do love how she echoed the red of the belt in her bright lip.
Princess Eugenie: Simple in silhouette, it was the boldness of this frock’s swirling, artsy print that provided its eye-catching quality.