This month, it is all about the dress. Our favourite celebrities picked feminine gowns to attend the red carpet events around the globe. Check them out!
For the 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, the nominee chose a Gucci number to show-off her slender figure. She wore a pale pink, lavender and rose metallic gown fully embroidered with sequin paillettes and trompe l’oeil details. The ruffles are an eye-catching element that takes this gown straight into the new season.
The actress wore a blue, red and silver gown from the Lanvin Été 2016 pre-collection to attend The Lady Garden Gala hosted by Chopard at Claridge’s Hotel in London. The shift dress has a clean cut leaving all the attention on its embellishments. The brand followed the golden rule that says if you’re going maxi with add-ons, opt for a simple, yet elegant, design.
Atelier Versace embraced one of the colours of the year, according to pantone, to paint its dress. The pale blue gown was chosen by Brie to attend the 22nd annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles. The beautifully draped silk gown has a Swarovski knot embellishment and a jaw-dropping, revealing cut-out chest detail.
The Indian actress and singer picked a daring cocktail dress from Versace to attend the ABC Television Group’s 2016 Winter TCA Tour in Los Angeles. The black number is from the autumn and winter 2015 collection and has an eye-catching slit, sheer cutaway at the neckline and green detailing throughout. Her chic hairstyle complements the look and it’s worthy of copying.
A funky dress from Marc Jacobs collection was the actress’s choice for the Elle 6th annual Women in Television dinner in West Hollywood. The printed number features a lightweight fabric that smartly contrasts with the heavy leather biker jacket. This cool look works for many different occasions, showing off personality and unique style.
The French actress and model wore a Paule Ka Pre-Autumn 2016/17 dress on the occasion of the Sidaction Gala Dinner in Paris. The brand is known for its solid bright hues and structured designs. Orange is a strong trend making its début this season and will apparently remain a top trend in the next autumn and winter collections.