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Hannah Redmayne In Alexander McQueen – ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald’ London Premiere

Hannah Redmayne In Alexander McQueen - 'Fantastic Beasts The Crimes Of Grindelwald' London Premiere

The Redmaynes attended the premiere of ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald’ at Cineworld Leicester Square on Tuesday (November 13) in London.

It would appear that Hannah Redmayne’s fashion choices are geographically based.

When in Paris wore Christian Dior Haute Couture, in London, it was Alexander McQueen.

After going down the big gown route, she opted for something more bewitching on this occasion, with the intricate lace forming almost a skeleton figure on the top half.

Opting not to play up the gothic nature of the dress, she kept her tresses loose and wavy, with just a touch of lippie completing her look.

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11.11.18

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Roland Mouret & Alexander McQueen – Remembrance Festival & Remembrance Sunday

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Roland Mouret & Alexander McQueen - Remembrance Festival & Remembrance Sunday

After another repeat wear, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was back to her duties attending Remembrance Day events. Firstly, she stepped out at a festival on Saturday (November 10) in London followed by a Remembrance Sunday event.

Remembrance Festival: Her black Roland Mouret dress was effortlessly chic and the demure silhouette was a respectful choice for the event which commemorated all those who have lost their lives in conflicts. The asymmetrical neckline was the perfect foil to her multiple poppies.

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Hannah Redmayne In Christian Dior Haute Couture & Eddie Redmayne In Alexander McQueen – ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald’ World Premiere

Hannah Redmayne In Christian Dior Haute Couture - ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald’ World Premiere

Hannah and Eddie Redmayne joined in the celebration of the ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald’ world premiere on Thursday (November 8) in Paris, France.

Hannah Redmayne: This might just be one of the prettiest dresses I have ever seen. I love how the feathered wing embroideries bring undulating charm and a whimsy feel to her Christian Dior Spring 2018 Haute Couture ball gown. Do I think the ribbon in her hair was too juvenile? No. If anything it only enhances my passion for this look even more.

Eddie Redmayne: As per, Eddie’s Alexander McQueen Spring 2019 suit – rendered in a wool-mohair blend for a refined texture – is cut and fit to perfection.  I think a few people could take tips on importance of tailoring from Eddie, as the classic silhouette with a contemporary uplift is one of my favourite looks from the actor. I did originally say that being the gentleman that he is, I am sure that Eddie gave his wife his luxe camel coat once the photocall was over, but this look has the same trompe l’oeil effect as Cate Blanchett’s McQueen look.

Alexander McQueen Spring 2019

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Cate Blanchett In Alexander McQueen – IWC Schaffhausen Shanghai Event

Cate Blanchett In Alexander McQueen - IWC Schaffhausen Shanghai Event

Following the Armani Si Passione Perfume event in Shanghai, Cate Blanchett stayed in China for the IWC Schaffhausen event on Thursday (November 8).

Going from gorgeous gown to Alexander McQueen’s mix of contemporary and traditional tailoring, the Australian actress was at her very best once again.

The long-line coat-blazer constructed with double layered lapels gets an update from the Pre-Fall 2018 collection with the silver bugle bead embroidery and pairing with leather trousers.

Some might be on the fence with the trousers, and I think I am too, but there is no doubt that the coat is a masterpiece.

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26.10.18

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Alexander McQueen – State Visit Of The King And Queen Of The Netherlands

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge In Alexander McQueen - State Visit Of The King And Queen Of The Netherlands

On Tuesday (October 23), Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William joined the Queen, and various other royals at a state banquet to welcome the King and Queen of the Netherlands.

While the design of her sleeveless figure-fitting blue gown by her go-to designer, Alexander McQueen feels all-to-familiar, one can’t deny how fitting it is for the occasion, and how beautiful the Duchess looks in it.

Kate didn’t wear a sash, but she did wear a yellow badge, with a brooch featuring a portrait of the Queen.

The sashes and badges are known as ‘orders,’ and they are given from the Queen to relatives in the royal family as a reward for their service.

This yellow badge indicates that Kate has been given the Royal Family Order. It appears to be new, since she did not wear the badge at previous state engagements.

The look was styled with the Lover’s Knot tiara, a favourite of her late mother-in-law Princess Diana, plus teardrop pearl earrings, and Queen Alexandra’s wedding necklace.

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Rachel Weisz In Alexander McQueen – ‘The Favourite’ London Film Festival Premiere

Rachel Weisz In Alexander McQueen - 'The Favourite' London Film Festival Premiere

Rachel Weisz joined Emma Stone on the red carpet this evening (October 18) for the London Film Festival premiere of ‘The Favourite’.

The actress wore an Alexander McQueen Pre-Fall 2018 in the colour of the season: Bordeaux.

You may think that I’m ready to rejoice this heavily sequin dress in the same manner as Emma’s look, but frankly, I prefer the lighter sheer panel on the bodice that we see the look book, and while I’m not a prude, the bra irked me on this occasion.

Asprey jewels and black accessories completed her look.

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