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Olga Kurylenko In Ulyana Sergeenko Couture – ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ London Film Festival Premiere

Olga Kurylenko In Ulyana Sergeenko Couture - 'The Man Who Killed Don Quixote' London Film Festival Premiere

Olga Kurylenko was providing all the eye candy at the premiere of ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ during the London Film Festival on Tuesday (October 16).

After her experimentation in Attico and her princess moment in Valentino, the actress was back to her smoldering best in Ulyana Sergeenko Couture.

I’m totally swept away by the decadent choice of fabric that enhances the lavish feel of this strapless frock.

Embracing the uncomplicated aesthetic with lightly tousled tresses and diamond earrings, this is definitely one for Olga’s hall of fame.

Ukrainian pop-singer Vera Brezhneva, was the first to wear this dress back in August.

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Olga Kurylenko In Attico – ‘Johnny English Strikes Again’ London Screening

Olga Kurylenko In Attico - 'Johnny English Strikes Again' London Screening

Olga Kurylenko attended the special screening of ‘Johnny English Strikes Again’ this evening (October 3) in London.

The last time we saw the actress she looked ethereal in Valentino, this time she was turning heads in her Attico Spring 2019 outfit.

This feels very much like a Rosie Huntington-Whiteley look, but Olga also has the flare to pull this off.

I love the statement character that comes with feathered top, while the lilac leather trousers give the look an edge.

If I could change one thing about this look it would be the ankle ties; by removing them altogether or tying them so they didn’t drag on the floor as they are.

Olga Kurylenko In Attico - 'Johnny English Strikes Again' London Screening

Attico Feather And Pearl-Embroidered Top
Attico Belted Straight-Leg Leather Pants
Attico Lola Sandals

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Monte-Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean 2018

Monte-Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean 2018

Lovely ladies didn’t hold back at the Monte-Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean 2018 on Wednesday (September 26) in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. They joined Katy Perry and Princess Charlene of Monaco.

Olga Kurylenko: The actress gave the impression of stepping out of a fairy tale in her embroidered Valentino gown. She didn’t overcook the look with her accessories and preserved the romantic mood.

Lais Ribeiro: The Victoria’s Secret Angel looked like a tall drink of water in Alexandra Vidal. The beaded fringe creates movement without masking her shape. If I must nitpick, I would like to see the entire dress raised ever so slightly.

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Front Row @ Christian Dior Spring 2019

Front Row @ Christian Dior Spring 2019 5

The Dior darlings were out in force at the Christian Dior Spring 2019 show during Paris Fashion Week on Monday (September 24) in France.

Shailene Woodley: As was fitting, the actress epitomized Parisian-chic style — with an edge — in this Christian Dior Cruise 2019 ensemble paired with a Dior wool beret, black leather ‘Saddle’ belt, black Dior ‘Amour’ pumps, and a Dior ‘Toile de Jouy’ ‘Saddle’ bag. Completed by a red lip, this ensemble was everything it should be and more.

Dree Hemingway: Also in a Christian Dior Cruise 2019 look, Dree’s ensemble offered an experimental take on textures and proportions with a chunky sweater and tulle slip skirt. Her accessories kept the quirky vibe going with the navy oblique ‘Saddle’ belt pouch and ‘WalkN’ Dior sneakers.

Blake Lively
: As we won’t comment on the fact that she’s wearing a dress instead of a suit, the actress donned a Christian Dior Fall 2018 multi-coloured embroidered tulle design that got a dose of extra intrigue with the addition of the sculptural Dior Pre-Fall 2018 metallic caged skirt. A Dior Cruise 2019 bag completed this take on modern femininity.

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Olga Kurylenko In Christian Dior & Christian Dior Haute Couture – ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ Cannes Film Festival Photocall & Premiere

Olga Kurylenko promoted ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ at the Cannes Film Festival, stepping out at the photocall on Saturday (May 19) and the premiere later that evening.

Photocall: Channeling coquettish retro charm, she wore a Dior black silk crepe printed dress and Dior T-strap mules. Although buttoned up, it had a flirty finish from the translucent fabrication with the short slip just visible underneath.

Premiere: Bringing the drama for evening, she wore a Dior Haute Couture bustier dress with a whirlwind of large anthracite organza pleats from the Fall 2017 collection. It had structure and movement, but the bodice is off. The proportions feel award and the colour isn’t as flattering as the skirt’s. A Roger Vivier clutch rounded out the look.

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Front Row @ Dior Fall 2018

A rush of Dior darlings were in the front row of the Christian Dior Fall 2018 presentation during Paris Fashion Week on Wednesday (March 27).

Cara Delevingne: We may be over and done with the ‘Christian Dior’ banded underwear underneath the sheer gowns. But, I could fully get behind the undies here, as this was Cara’s version of a power suit and she commanded it splendidly. The black and grey tweed jacket, Dior beret, Dior earrings and Dior boots—not to mention her toned midriff—only added to the strong, stylized impact.

Lottie Moss: This Dior look from Lottie offered its own edgy rebelliousness by virtue of the black leather skirt that featured hand-painted embroidery, worn over a silk jumpsuit and styled with Dior ‘Naughtily-D’ cage boots. A Dior clutch rounded out the ensemble.

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Olga Kurylenko In Christian Dior – César Awards 2018

Olga Kurylenko joined Mélanie Thierry on the red carpet for the César Film Awards 2018 on Friday (March 2) in Paris, France.

The actress played her cards right wearing a Dior Pre-Fall 2018 red and black tulle long dress styled with Dior ‘Rose Dior Pre Catelan’ Fine jewelry and a white ribbon in support of the #TimesUp movement.

Olga is one of the most elegant actresses to grace the red carpet. Some might have expected more in the hair and makeup department, but her beauty still shines through.

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