Shanina Shaik: This Carolina Herrera Spring 2019 dress is full of so much fun, vibrancy and youthful flair, that I had this parked on my wish list for Elle Fanning.
Karolina Kurkova: While Shanina was feeling the joys of spring, Karolina was falling forward in her Monse Pre-Fall 2018 checked skirt and sweater combo. The brand are known for their cool deconstructed designs and this look is inherent of the brand. I love the brave choice to add yet another pattern to this mix with the striped pumps.
Karlie Kloss: I’ve associated Brandon Maxwell with bold colours, that I forget that his designs can be just as intriguing in detailed black.
Chanel Iman: The model supported 2016 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Finalist Ji Oh, opting for one of her signature deconstructed shirting pieces accented with a corseted contrast belt for dramatic effect.
Uzo Aduba: Pattern play is making a comeback thanks to Uzo and Jonathan Cohen. This design is both graphically charged and sensual.
Stella Maxwell: With so many suiting options hitting the red carpet, Stella got creative with her eye-catching trousers with wrap over skirt
Sara Paxton: The actress was trying to make us green with envy wearing a Tanya Taylor Resort 2019 dress styled with Sophia Webster ‘Rosalind Crystal’ mules.
Renee Elise Goldsberry: Proving that polka dots can look good all year round, the actress looked breath-taking in Carolina Herrera’s Spring 2019 two-piece look.
Cindy Bruna: With legs like that, I’m not surprised that Cindy opted to show them off in this J. Mendel’s Fall 2018 mini.
Logan Browning: The actress is never afraid to take risks with her fashion choices or styling. We often think of pleats as romantic, but they take on a more fashion-forward approach in Pyer Moss’ Spring 2019 ensemble.
Grace Bol: It’s all about the colour and drapery of this Juan Carlos Obando frock.
Condola Rashad: When I think of Zac Posen I think of structure, but this Fall 2018 gown takes on a more fluid approach in chiffon mixed with dazzling sequins
Grace Mahary: I’m becoming obsessed with this hot-pink hue. Cushnie’s Fall 2018 cold shoulder dress really enlivened this red carpet.
Lala Anthony: This Pyer Moss Spring 2019 look has lot of print and a lot of fabric, sadly it came across as quite comical on Lala.
Toni Garrn: The top half of this Brock Collection dress didn’t work for me.
Justine Skye: Sequins will always grab my attention, especially when so vivid in purple. Justine kept the styling of her Prabal Gurung Fall 2018 dress relatively simple.
Laura Vassar Brock: The designer opted to wear her own Brock Collection Spring 2019 design, topped off with the runway feather accented mules.