Tiffany & Co. Paper Flowers Event And Believe In Dreams Campaign Launch Red Carpet Roundup

The Tiffany & Co. Paper Flowers event and Believe In Dreams campaign launch on Thursday (May 3) in New York City was positively brimming with beautiful fashion moments. Attendees joined Sarah PaulsonGreta GerwigZendaya Coleman and Elle Fanning.

Hailey Baldwin: The model showed a softer side in Ellery Fall 2018. This was a nice change of pace from her typical on-trend style. There’s a magical quality from the prismatic fabric, silver shoes and pared-back styling.

Yara Shahidi: The ‘Grown-ish’ actress looked elegant in Prada. Given some of the high impact looks, I expected more drama from her. This still oozes sophistication, but I would have loved to see her in something head-turning like her Marie Claire’s 5th Annual ‘Fresh Faces’ look.

Naomi Campbell: Combining a whimsical white coat with a sultry dress, she most definitely made a statement in Sukeina Fall 2018. The juxtaposition of the angelic frills with the sensual dress is dynamic and her unique interpretation of whimsy. Some might find it jarring, but it did succeed in commanding attention.

Michelle Williams: As per usual, the actress was clad in Louis Vuitton. She showed some leg in a short set. Like her CinemaCon 2018 outfit, I find myself wanting more from her. It’s missing the joy and fantastical sentiment that we loved about her style.

Ava Phillippe: Another beauty in black, Reese Witherspoon’s daughter was outfitted in a Valentino Very V lace-up sleeve dress. It has a timeless elegance but the short silhouette and adorned sleeve add a whimsical charm and make it feel youthful enough for someone of her 18 years.

Doutzen Kroes: Brightening this up, the Dutch beauty donned a red pantsuit. The relaxed shape and casual styling prevent it from looking too business-like. The peek-a-boo of lace adds allure.

Leomie Anderson: The British beauty encapsulated the whimsical mood in Zimmermann Spring 2018. It was girly, fun and perfect for the season. The short silhouettes temper the look so it doesn’t become overly sweet.

Lara Bingle-Worthington: Black proved to be a popular colour. The minimalist lines of the Australian model’s The Row dress served as an elegant frame for her sparkling necklace. The plunging neckline helps stop it from being too austere.

Maddie Ziegler: The dancer put on a sophisticated front in Ralph Lauren Fall 2017. This was a clever way for someone of her age to embrace the suiting trend. It’s polished but there’s still a sense of youthfulness.

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