This month, we selected a team of beautiful celebrities that avoided the popular black frock to hit the red carpet. Be inspired by their choices and embrace some colour at your next special event.
The American teen actress wore a Gucci number to attend the premiere of the film Trumbo in Los Angeles. The ivory and floral-printed cotton dress has an eye-catching embroidered top and lace detail. A dreamy dress that takes you to fairy-tales stories. An appropriate pick for her age that makes her stand-out in the crowd.
Green is underestimated colour and usually not widely seen at red carpet events. The solid bright green column dress is a custom Lanvin creation by Alber Elbaz. The silk crepe gown has pearl and brass detailing at the straps for a sophisticated touch. The actress attended the Crimson Peak premiere at AMC Loews Lincoln Square in New York City wearing the elegant frock.
The simple shift dress from the Resort 2016 collection from Michael Kors is transformed into a must-have piece by its bright pink shade. The actress, from the TV series Community, wore the mid-calf number to attend the Women in the Arts Luncheon in support of The Museum of Contemporary Art in Beverly Hills, California. The block heel sandals and thin belt complement the look perfectly.
The American model attended the Uniting for a Lyme-Free World Gala event at Cipriani in New York wearing a gown from the Hilfiger Collection. Instead of picking a bright shade, the blond opted for a colour that is the opposite of black to show-off her beauty. The white strapless silk dress is beautiful on its simplicity.
The Chinese model wore a draped gown in pink blush from Saint Laurent to celebrate the 10th year anniversary of Vogue China in Shanghai. The Asian beauty is an international face easily spotted on catwalks all over the world. The one shoulder dress is ornate with a shine detail that is complemented by her one chunky-earring, an accessory trend this season.
Going against the flow, the Italian actress picked a pair of wide-legged trousers and long-sleeved top, instead of the usual dress, to attend the photocall of the 007 film Spectre in London. The look from Paule Ka’s autumn and winter 2015-16 collection is a sophisticated choice with updated appeal.