19th Feb 2016
The less said about the GRAMMYs the better. Looking back, the BAFTAs weren’t exactly a parade of fashion hits. However, NYFW front rowers knocked it out of the park. Respect and envy due to the following gals:
Karen Elson dressed for the Marchesa front row like she was the character in a Gosford Park-eque movie who was going to get the guy who isn’t her husband in the end, or she was the poisoner all along. Either way, 100% fab.
Very into the fact Anna Wintour wore a Hillary tee to Marc Jacobs. High-powered women supporting high-powered women FTW. Also love Bee Shaffer’s shoes and work dress combination. That girl is ticking boxes.
Maggie Gyllenhall is taking risks here at the Marc Jacobs NYFW show, and we like it. Ringleader of quirk in those pants.
Love the simplicity of Christina Ricci at the same presentation.
Naomie Harris at Michael Kors shows us that black and white can be the most pleasing. Adore her ability to wear a coat like a cloak and not a I’m-sitting-in-my-living-room-and-it-is-freezing blanket.
Blake Lively is the patron saint of demure at Michael Kors.
Kate Middleton guest-edited The Huffington Post this week and wore the perfect I’m-a-journalist-now white shirt.
Give the cast of Sing Street?at their Dublin’screening last night a big applause. Firecrackers!
A GRAMMYs dress which didn’t upset me. Thank you Bella Hadid.
And finally, Cate Blanchett was the only BAFTA dress that stayed with us in the days following the big event. Twas Alexander McQueen, of course.
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