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Andrea Riseborough In Tom Ford – ‘The Kindness Of Strangers’ Berlinale Film Festival Premiere

Fashion Blogger Catherine Kallon Features Andrea Riseborough In Tom Ford - ‘The Kindness Of Strangers’ Berlinale Film Festival Premiere

Andrea Riseborough was one of many to grace the red carpet at ‘The Kindness Of Strangers’ Berlinale Film Festival premiere on Thursday (February 7) in Berlin, Germany. She joined Juliette BinocheZoe Kazan and Toni Garrn.

Ever the fashion chameleon, she deviated from the pack with a thigh-skimming Tom Ford Fall 2018 mini with black tights.

Combined with the shoulder-grazing earrings and her bleached bob, it had a mod sentiment.

Mixing the statement jewels with the embellished collar and cuffs a la the runway could have proven too much, but her choices were well considered.

Not even all the shine can distract from the fit of the cups. The dress appears to be hanging rather than molded to her body.

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Andrea Riseborough In Emilia Wickstead – The Academy Of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Women’s Initiative Lunch

Andrea Riseborough In Erdem - The Academy Of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Women's Initiative Lunch

Andrea Riseborough is one of a few fashion dare devils who isn’t afraid to take risks.

She was risk taking at the ‘Nancy’ premiere on Saturday, but for The Academy Of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences Women’s Initiative Lunch at Claridge’s Hotel today (October 15) in London, avant-garde wasn’t on the menu.

On this occasion she wore an Emilia Wickstead Resort 2019 top and skirt that possessed romantic flowing elements and a whimsical print, this was a refreshing change of pace from Andrea.

The only thing not really working for me here is the bag.

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Andrea Riseborough In Schiaparelli Haute Couture – ‘Nancy’ London Film Festival Premiere

Andrea Riseborough In Schiaparelli Haute Couture - 'Nancy' London Film Festival Premiere

Andrea Riseborough attended the premiere of her latest film ‘Nancy’, on Saturday (October 13) in London.

The British actress has never been afraid to don avant-garde looks, so I wasn’t surprised to see her take on this ivory and gold wool jacquard Schiaparelli Fall 2018 Haute Couture dress with glove- sleeves.

This may not be a shared opinion, but I love that she kept the glove-sleeves from the runway, as it keeps the look interesting.

Removing the sleeveless jacket was the right decision also, as the look may have appeared too bulk on Andrea.

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Andrea Riseborough In Elie Saab – ‘The Death Of Stalin’ LA Premiere

What I like about Andrea Riseborough’ style is that it’s never predictable, as she experiments with a range of looks and always keeps us on our toes.

Such was the case again, as she attended ‘The Death Of Stalin’ LA premiere on Tuesday (March 6).

She’s been wearing a lot of black lately, so this Elie Saab Resort 2018 gown felt a little familiar—not only by virtue of the ubiquitous sheer trend, but also because she recently wore a black Elie Saab gown with sheer embroidered elements to the 2018 BAFTAs.

Putting aside the familiarity of the see-through components of the dress, and the puzzling white sandals, I wish she would have opted for a more polished beauty look to add a more finished elegance to the look.

Would you agree?

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Andrea Riseborough In Elie Saab Couture – 2018 BAFTAs

Andrea Riseborough made quite the entrance at the 2018 BAFTAs on Sunday (February 18) in London, England, joining Natalie Dormer, Margot Robbie and Naomie Harris.

The actress, who is presenting this evening, went back to the archives for a dress that supported the Time’s Up movement. She was outfitted in an Elie Saab Fall 2016 Couture gown.

The designer is known for his highly embellished, ethereal gowns, but this one had a moodier sentiment from the satin skirt and the dark colour palette.

The sheer top being accented with purple and ivory embroidery had a romantic mystique that was balanced by the drama of the sweeping skirt.

It’s regal yet seductive, so the only thing throwing me off slightly is the piece-y, wet-look hair.

Did you miss the belt?

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Andrea Riseborough In Ronald van der Kemp – ‘Waco’ New York Premiere & Ringing the Nasdaq Opening Bell

Andrea Riseborough showed her support for Ronald van der Kemp, wearing two outfits from the designer at recent events. First, she attended the ‘Waco’ New York premiere on Monday (January 22), where she joined Melissa Benoist. Then she and the ‘Waco’ cast rang the Nasdaq Opening Bell on Tuesday (January 23).

‘Waco’ New York Premiere: There is a whimsical theatricality to this look that immediately made me think of Sia. A skirt suit silhouette has been subverted with the train and tufts of pleated fabric to produce a short dress that was as enchanting as any long gown. The black frock and Jimmy Choo shoes showed solidarity with the Time’s Up pin affixed to her top.

‘Waco’ Cast Ring the Nasdaq Opening Bell: She embraced the charms of the designer again in another black ensemble. The separates are extremely polished, but the details balance the seriousness for a tongue-in-cheek finish. Balenciaga boots kept the look sophisticated.

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Andrea Riseborough In Vetements – ‘Mandy’ Sundance Film Festival Premiere

Andrea Riseborough was back in action at the Sundance Film Festival, attending the ‘Mandy’ premiere on Friday (January 19).

The actress ended 2017 with plenty of strong statements, and it seems as if she continue that rich vein of form in 2018, if this Vetements Fall 2016 ensemble is any indication.

Emblazoned with the quote ‘May the bridges I burn light the way,’ this design wasn’t only powerful in its bold-shouldered, sweatshirt hoodie dress silhouette.

She completed her fearless, words-to-live-by look with pink eye shadow for the final flourish.

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Andrea Riseborough In Erdem – British Independent Film Awards 2017

Andrea Riseborough joined a constellation of other stars at the British Independent Film Awards 2017 on Sunday (December 10) on Old Billingsgate in London.

As the platinum-haired British actress continues to redefine her chameleon-like style, she mixed the tough chicness of her blunt bob with the delicate femininity of this softly glinting Erdem Spring 2018 embellished, tiered design.

While her posture caused me some manner of pause for the look in general—and to wonder if the dress wasn’t about to just slide right down—I love how she melded the bold attitude encapsulated in her hot-pink lip with the petal-pink, vintage glamour of the design.

What about you?

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HFPA and Instyle Celebration of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet Roundup

Many more style darlings were at the HFPA and Instyle Celebration of the 2018 Golden Globe Awards on Wednesday (November 15) in West Hollywood, California.

Serinda Swan: This Styland ensemble brought every bit of smoldering sizzle we’d expect from a hot-red gown except manifested in a suit, and I loved every minute of it—especially with the matching red lip and handbag.

Andrea Riseborough:
The event saw Andrea reinvent her look again, as she rocked a new Galaxina hairstyle with an equally galactic metallic jumpsuit. Directional makeup and decorative wrist cuffs completed the look that may split the vote—but I think we can all agree that there will be no boredom with this punchy, experimental look.

Olivia Culpo: Some may fault the visible cups underneath this Monique Lhuillier Spring 2018 gown. But, the wispy beauty of the tulle and its glinting embellishment had a sense of enchantment, regardless.

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Andrea Riseborough In Giamba – 9th Annual Governors Awards

I have become accustomed to always looking forward to seeing what Andrea Riseborough brings to the red carpet, as she has kept us on our toes lately with her range of looks.

That didn’t change at the 9th Annual Governors Awards on Saturday (November 11) in Hollywood, California, as she gave us another attitude on her mood-ring of style.

Here, she opted to leave the edginess for another night, as she presented a more gentle, romantic tone in this Giamba Pre-Fall 2017 gown that was printed with Bambi deer and daisies.

There was something quite lovely about the poetic spirit, with her softly curled pixie echoing the vibe.

She carried an Edie Parker clutch while keeping the jewels to a minimum—likely in ode to the nymph-like, enchanted-forest appeal.

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Andrea Riseborough In Oscar de la Renta – ‘Mudbound’ Savannah Film Festival Screening

I have loved watching Andrea Riseborough’s style transformation, as she continues to push the envelope and bring forth new looks to the red carpet.

For her latest entrance, that didn’t change as she brought another cool-girl statement to the table at the ‘Mudbound’ screening during the SCAD Savannah Film Festival over on Sunday (October 29) in Savannah, Georgia, where Salma Hayek was also in attendance.

This Oscar de la Renta Spring 2018 tie-accented design may have been rendered in all-white, but it was far from one-note, crossing the spectrum from inspired menswear shirt to artist smock.

Andrea donned the slightly out-sized proportions just right, too, with the glamour of her sleek ’do, classic red lip, and stilettos polishing off the look with an impossibly modern sense of sophistication.

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Andrea Riseborough In Schiaparelli Couture – ‘The Death Of Stalin’ London Premiere

Andrea Riseborough was back on the red carpet for ‘The Death Of Stalin’ London premiere this evening (October 17).

If there was a mood board created prior to Andrea stepping onto the red carpet tonight, my guess is that Edie Sedgwick would’ve featured heavily.

Everything about the look screams swinging 60s from the Schiaparelli Fall 2017 Couture white dress embroidered with glass tubes, to the bold eye makeup and platinum blonde hair.

Despite the 60s vibe, Andrea kept the look fresh with white pumps and a single Dauphin earring.

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