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08.09.19

Harper’s BAZAAR Celebrates ‘ICONS By Carine Roitfeld’

Harper's BAZAAR Celebrates 'ICONS By Carine Roitfeld'

There were a LOT of celebrities who attended the Harper’s Bazaar ICONS on Friday (September 6) in New York during Fashion Week, here are 30 of the looks for you to ponder over.

Zendaya Coleman:  Following on from her Tommy Hilfiger suit from last week (which many thought was ruined by the baker boy hat) the actress opted for a marbled suit from Berluti.   This look felt so cool and modern thanks to the tonal shirt and tie with Christian Louboutin ‘Pigalle Plato’ pumps. No colour pop needed with that auburn hair.  If you’re having a case of deja vu, that’s because Michael B. Jordan wore this same suit to the 2019 Vanity Fair Party.

Lily Collins:  If this Georges Hobeika was in a rich emerald or violet, I would’ve been on board.   As always the makeup is very vibrant, which complemented the colourful jeweled detailing.  Jimmy Choo ‘Pattie’ platforms completed her look.

Vanessa Hudgens:  This Ralph & Russo Fall 2019 Couture white illusion tulle mini dress fully embellished with crystal Swarovski discs, xilions and silver lined beads in a geometric design is exceptional.  But I know the first thing you will point out is the underwear.  If only they had been closer to her skin-tone.  Jimmy Choo ‘Shiloh’ sandals added a touch more sparkle.

Sara Sampaio:  Looking as flawless as ever, the model, who is fresh from Venice Film Festival, continued her suiting run wearing a Versace Spring 2020 menswear suit, which stood out due to the colourful Swarovski crystals. 

Halima Aden: Often referred to at the “Hijab-wearing model”, Halima has been redefining traditional standards of beauty, diversifying the modelling industry and improving visibility for quite some time now. She continued to showcase her unique style in this satin Phuong My hooded coat which is giving me super chic Little Red Riding Hood vibes.

Doutzen Kroes: I love a look that feels like it was just thrown together, and reaches a high level of perfection without much effort.  That’s what I was getting from Doutzen’s Versace Fall 2019 look, which was embroidered with lace and Swarovski crystals.

Kehlani:  I don’t know about you, but I feel like Kehlani in this Michael Cinco red ball gown with delicate Swarovski embellishments and feathered tiers, is very similar to Cardi B in Dolce & Gabbana look from last year.

Alessandra Ambrosio: This Julien Macdonald Spring 2019 dress is bad.  I’m usually one of the few who actually loves his designs, but this looks so poorly made, and ill-fitting on Alessandra, of all people.

Cindy Bruna: Only a model can get away with wearing a dress like this Farhad Re Fall 2019 piece, which looks like it should’ve been a blazer.  

Adriana Lima: I love the degrade effect of this David Koma embellished gown.  Adriana never disappoints.

Janelle Monáe:  The actress was on board to bring something a little quirky to the table in this Alexandre Vauthier Fall 2019 feathered piece accented with a bow.  Did Janelle do a Janelle by going overboard with the accessories?

Tiffany Haddish:  My immediate reaction to Tiffany in this bridal-style Karen Sabag dress was, “all wrong.”

Coco Rocha:  Aside from the colour, I was surprised to not be more excited by Coco in this Christian Siriano Pre-Fall 2019 dress.  The shoes are very baffling to say the least.

Normani Kordei:  While I do stan Normani, I feel like I would’ve loved this Rami Kadi Fall 2019 Couture look more had the look been all the same colour. In this case, probably all yellow.

Shailene Woodley:  Some may say the hat takes this Balmain Resort 2020 look into costumey  territory, but I love theatrics of it all.  She’s surprisingly selling this look to me.

Emily Ratajkowski:  We very used to seeing the model wearing high-end pieces, but this asymmetric dress hails from Zara.

Karolina Kurkova:  The model never disappoints.  She stood strong in this Etro Fall 2019 tailored look.

Ashley Graham:  It appears that pending motherhood has given Ashley’s red carpet style new lease of life, as she loves to highlight her burgeoning bump. This time wearing a custom 16Arlington lace dress.

Elsa Hosk: The model kept things simple in white Gucci.

Bebe Rexha:  I didn’t understand the concept of this Azeeza dress.

Alek Wek: This is such an dynamic jumpsuit.  I adore both the fabric and silhouette.

Lais Ribeiro: The newly engaged model wore a Gasanova polka dot skirt suit, styled with Jack Vartanian and Gianvito Rossi sandals.

Romee Strijd: The model was striking a pose in gold custom Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini gown, styled with Giuseppe Zanotti sandals and jewels from Le Vian and  L’Dezen by Payal Shah.

Slick Woods: The model took over the red carpet with her green Rami Kadi gown.

Stella Maxwell: You can’t go wrong with sleek black Versace gown.

Heidi Klum:  The only thing missing from this Stephane Rolland Fall 2019 Couture gown and Tyler Ellis combo, was a slick back hairdo.

Alicia Keys: Opting for a simple back Mugler dress, the singer gave the look a touch of flare with pink sandals.

Joan Smalls:  I found the hair style was too pageanty for this sleek Tom Ford Spring 2013 gown.

Devon Windsor:  Yes, I love this Raisa & Vanessa dress for both the colour and sequins.

Hannah Bronfman: You should recognise this Jacquemus Spring 2020 gown, as Margot Robbie wore the green version in Berlin recently.  Hannah opted to wear the pink dress with the same orange trousers this look was presented with on the runway.

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