Skai Jackson: Skai can wear sweet looks with the best of them, but I loved how this H&M look combined the adorable charm of her ruffled, floral blouse with an edgier attitude in its black colourway and the addition of the patent-leather skirt. An incredible ’do topped with a few hair jewels along with Stuart Weitzman sandals completed the ensemble.
Charli XCX: Paring back the original presentation of this House of Holland Fall 2017 ensemble, the entertainer wore the PJs-inspired separates with her own rebellious fashion personality. For her, that meant tying the top to a midriff style and adding a choker and neon-orange sandals.
Kaitlyn Dever: While the sky-blue colour of this Prada tea-length, embossed frock was lovely, the fit of the bodice seemed a bit odd. I’m not sure if it was her choker and Aldo ‘Milaa’ sandals, but I was also picking up on a subtle punk vibe that made the look feel a little disjointed.
Rita Ora: I loved the cheeky glamour of Rita’s beauty look, but the corset and trousers didn’t translate quite as glamorously as their two different fabrics and coloration seemed off.
Ashley Tisdale: Tied up with this Milly Spring 2017 frock was a sweet-chic mood that likewise directed a sultry appeal with the cutout and Ashley’s Schutz ‘Primm’ tassel sandals.
Chloe Lukasiak: This two-tone Alexis ‘Antoinette’ embroidered, fringed dress overcooked itself into costume-y territory for me once the ribbon choker necklace and bright red lip also came out to play. Plus, I didn’t really understand the choice of blush-nude sandal here.
Storm Reid: Proving that all covered up doesn’t have to mean overly mature or mumsy, Storm brought a vibrant, youthful and style-forward finish to this ensemble consisting of an Undercover Fall 2017 statement top and cropped 3.1 Phillip Lim high-waist trousers with Schutz ‘Hara’ embellished block heel to finish off the look with a final dash of additional dazzle.
Katherine Langford: I always like seeing an LBD with a new personality, but this pouf-sleeved Giamba Pre-Fall 2017 dress wasn’t as flattering as I would have preferred. I blame the high neckline, which made the whole look feel forced. Jimmy Choo ‘Anouk’ pumps and a Jimmy Choo ‘Celeste’ clutch rounded out the look.