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‘The Meg’ LA Premiere

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Ruby Rose were joined on the red carpet by three more lovely ladies for the LA premiere of ‘The Meg’ on Monday (August 6) in Hollywood, California.

Li Bingbing: The Asian actress, who attends her second premiere for this movie, looked as beautiful as ever wearing a Georges Hobeika gown, which sees her stick to her red carpet M.O. of fitted silhouettes. The only thing I’m at odds with is the jewels. Did she need the full monty – earrings, watch and ring – when the dress has a sufficient amount of bling?

Jessica McNamee: Like Rosie, Jessica opted to smolder gown that let simplicity do all the talking. When you think of David Koma micro minis spring to mind, yet this proves he can do high glamour in a longer silhouette. Jessica dared to bare with the zip hip high, yet the look still oozes a high level of sophistication. Jimmy Choo shoes, plus a selection of jewels from Zoe Chicco, Eriness, Vita Fede and Effy completed her look.

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15.06.18

Children Mending Hearts’ 10th Annual Empathy Rocks

The 10th annual fundraiser for Empathy Rocks was a milestone in Children Mending Hearts’ history as they continue to do great work in keeping schools and children safe from bullying and intolerance.

Storm Reid: The young actress received the ‘Hero of the Future’ award, which recognizes a young individual who “embodies the best qualities of a positive role model” so congratulations to her. I love how she opted to soak up the summer sun in this floral dress from Caroline Constas. Worn off the shoulder to add to its feminine allure, I would’ve been tempted to wear espadrilles with this look, especially considering the ‘heel-sucking’ grass beneath her, but she wisely opted for embellished thong sandals instead.

Maddie Ziegler: I love how sweet and feminine this Giambattista Valli ruffle tiered lace mini dress is, but I have a feeling some might find the black lace faux bra detail a bit too mature. I feel it brings a contemporary element to the look.

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Holland Roden In Julianna Bass – Vanity Fair’s Celebrating of ‘Phantom Thread’

Holland Roden joined Dove Cameron and Eiza González to help Vanity Fair celebrate ‘Phantom Thread’ with Paul Thomas Anderson at the Chateau Marmont on Wednesday (January 10) in LA.

While Dove and Eiza opted for sweeter frocks, Holland went the way of a jumpsuit in this Julianna Bass Resort 2018 look.

I loved the structured, oversized bow from the original version to add a modern, feminine twist to the design.

Perhaps it was removed in an effort to streamline the silhouette, especially with the more challenging element of the black neckpiece.

As a result, something seemed unfinished about the look. Would you agree?

An Emm Kuo clutch completed her look.

Credit: Julianna Bass & Getty

13.06.17

2017 Women In Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award

Max Mara celebrated Zoey Deutch as the 2017 Women In Film’s Face of the Future Award recipient on Monday (June 12) in LA, where other starlets joined in the festivities—all donning their Max Mara best.

Zoey Deutch: As the guest of honour, Zoey stood out in a striking red suit that delivered sultry intrigue amidst it menswear-inspired suiting. I love the balanced juxtaposition of the outsized, long blazer with the balconette bra and high-waist pant, all topped off with tonal Lizzie Fortunato tassel earrings.

Sophia Bush: Also looking to roomy, mannish proportions, Sophia was chic in this gray suiting. The cropped effect made it relevant and her styling, including white pumps and John Hardy jewels, made it effortless.

Olivia Culpo: Olivia wears sharp, clean lines so well, and this ensemble was witness to that with the well-tailored yet feminine blouse and the precision-fit, patterned pants.

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Holland Roden In Tadashi Shoji – 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards


Holland Roden was also at the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards, hosted on Sunday (May 7) in LA.

A fashion flight of fancy came courtesy of her Tadashi Shoji Spring 2017 ostrich feather and fringe dress.

I love the manner in which she styled this whimsical frock, with a layer of simplicity in her Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudist’ sandals, a bit of contrast in her blue Tyler Ellis clutch, and a dose of edginess in her Swarovski Vittore Palm cuff, Atelier Swarovski earrings, smoldering eye makeup, and messy ponytail.

Visible illusion necklines always give me pause, and that is no different here. But, otherwise, it was a lovely and fun look for Holland. Would you agree?

Credit: Vogue.com & Getty