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Megan Fox Celebrates in Pink Racerback Crop Top and Midi Skirt After Machine Gun Kelly’s Madison Square Garden Concert

Megan Fox Celebrates in Pink Racerback Crop Top and Midi Skirt After Machine Gun Kelly’s Madison Square Garden Concert

Megan Fox is continuing her streak of all-pink outfits.
Attending the after party for her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly’s Madison Square Garden concert Tuesday, the actress wore a fuchsia racerback crop top and ruched midi skirt by The Andamane, paired with pink heels by Femme and a matching minibag by L’alingi. She was styled by Maeve Reilly.
That night, Kelly also continued to match with Fox in another all-pink outfit, wearing baby pink trousers and a pink mesh tank under an oversize colorful jacket with patchwork detailing.

Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox attend the afterparty for his Madison Square Garden Show in New York.
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Earlier this week, the couple attended the premiere of Machine Gun Kelly’s Hulu documentary “Life in Pink,” which was held at the exclusive private club Zero Bond in the NoHo neighborhood of Manhattan.

Fox and Machine Gun Kelly, born Colson Baker, also matched in all-pink at the premiere. Fox wore a two-toned minidress by Nensi Dojaka and matching pink heels by Femme, while the rapper wore a light blue and pink mock neck crop top with white pants that featured chains, showing off his tattoo-covered midriff.
“Machine Gun Kelly’s Life in Pink,” which is now available to stream on Hulu, chronicles the artist’s life, providing an intimate look at his career and the highs and lows of his personal life. The musician’s film also follows how he handles fame, his role as a father and more.
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Penélope Cruz Goes Back to Black in Chanel for ‘Official Competition’ Premiere at Tribeca Festival

Penélope Cruz Goes Back to Black in Chanel for ‘Official Competition’ Premiere at Tribeca Festival

Penélope Cruz dazzled in Chanel at the 2022 Tribeca Festival.
On Tuesday, the actress wore a black sequin one-sleeve gown by the French luxury fashion house. She styled her long hair down and donned jewelry, including a choker, and bag also by Chanel.
Cruz attended the premiere of her movie “Official Competition,” a Spanish Argentine comedy directed by Gastón Duprat and Mariano Cohn. It also stars Antonio Banderas, who joined the actress on the red carpet, and Oscar Martínez.
The actress has been working closely with Chanel since 1999 and was apparently the first fashion show she attended. In 2018, the brand cemented their close relationship with Cruz when they made her an official ambassador.

Penelope Cruz at the premiere for “Official Competition” during the 2022 Tribeca Festival on Tuesday.
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Since then, Cruz has frequently worn creations by the French label to events, including movie premieres, festivals and awards shows.
On Monday, she attended the 15th annual Tribeca Festival Artists Dinner, which was hosted by Chanel. She wore a pink silk jacquard dress by the French luxury fashion house from its fall 2022 ready-to-wear collection, with a bag, jewelry and shoes also by Chanel.
Last week, Chanel also hosted a luncheon at The Odeon to celebrate the festival’s Through Her Lens Program, which honors and supports rising female filmmakers in the industry.
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Standout Fashion Looks From the 2022 Billboard Music Awards

Standout Fashion Looks From the 2022 Billboard Music Awards

This year’s Billboard Music Awards saw stars such as Doja Cat, Megan Thee Stallion, Jack Harlow and more gathering to celebrate music in style, wearing some of fashion’s biggest labels.Among those who attended Sunday night’s ceremony, which was held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, were Kylie Jenner with Travis Scott and their daughter Stormi Webster, Giveon, Heidi Klum, Chloe Bailey, Mary J. Blige, Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly.
Rapper and record executive Sean “Diddy” Combs hosted the show, with Blige receiving the Billboard Icon Award, which was presented to her by Janet Jackson.
Doja Cat, who’s had a big last few years in the music industry, walked the red carpet in a show-stopping dress by Schiaparelli from the label’s spring 2022 couture collection. She wore a sculptural corset in black velvet with an aerodynamic neckline, a draped bandeau with a silk and illusion tulle train and a long skirt in flowing black crepe. The rapper also wore earrings, shoes and a bag from the brand. She was styled by Brett Alan Nelson.

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Fox, who wore her hair in long bangs, and Machine Gun Kelly attended in matching outfits of spikes and sparkles, with Fox wearing a black David Koma gown with silver flower appliqué sleeves, a plunging neckline and a thigh slit and the musician wearing a spiked black blazer over a sparkling turtleneck by Dolce & Gabbana.
Jenner wore a high-neck, long-sleeve form-fitting dress by Balmain from the brand’s fall 2022 ready-to-wear collection. She styled her hair in a slick updo and kept her makeup simple.
Megan Thee Stallion wore a cutout mini brown dress by Mugler, which she also wore when she performed her songs “Plan B” and “Sweetest Pie” on Sunday night.
Blige opted for a black, long-sleeve, beaded dress by Julien Macdonald from his spring 2019 collection, wearing her blonde hair in a high ponytail to show off her bangs.
It was a family affair for Diddy at the awards show as his children, son Christian Combs and daughters Chance, D’Lila and Jessie Combs, were all in attendance. Christian Combs wore a bright all-yellow look by Etro.
Click through the gallery above to see some of the standout fashion moments from the 2022 Billboard Music Awards.
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Met Gala 2022: See Every Outfit Your Favorite Celebrities Wore on the Red Carpet

Met Gala 2022: See Every Outfit Your Favorite Celebrities Wore on the Red Carpet

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The 2022 Met Gala, otherwise known as the First Monday in May, is back once again! After being canceled in 2020 and held in September last year, the glitzy event returned to its usual time slot this year. Held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the event saw A-list celebrities descend upon the red carpet in celebration of the museum’s new exhibition, “In America: An Anthology of Fashion,” which will serve as an exploration of American fashion. The display was presented across 13 of the American period rooms in the museum, and featured design works from Bill Blass, Brooks Brothers, Lloyd Kiva New, and more.
On the red carpet, meanwhile, well-clad stars did their best to take on the Gilded Glamour, White Tie dress code, where they were encouraged to approach late 19th-century clothing through a modern lens. Given the step and repeat is one of the most-photographed in the world, one could expect the many actors, models, singers, and designers in attendance to bring their fashion A-game to the Met Gala. After all, it has a long history of creating memorable outfits that are seen around the globe—and this year was certainly no different.
As for who was on the guest list this times? The official co-chairs this year included Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, Regina King, and Lin-Manuel Miranda, and attendees included Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, Kate Moss, and many more.
Below, scroll through some of the best 2022 Met Gala red carpet looks.
Bella Hadid in Burberry. Photo: Getty
Pete Davidson in Dior Men and Kim Kardashian. Photo: Getty
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Nicki Minaj in Burberry. Photo: Getty
Lily James. Photo: Getty
Gabrielle Union in Versace. Photo: Getty
Erykah Badu and Francesco Risso. Photo: Getty
Katy Perry in Oscar de la Renta. Photo: Getty
Karlie Kloss in Givenchy. Photo: Getty
Lizzo in Thom Browne. Photo: Getty
Sara Sampaio in Michael Kors. Photo: Getty
Kendall Jenner in Prada. Photo: Getty
Cardi B in Versace. Photo: Getty
Kylie Jenner in Off-White. Photo: Getty
Molly Sims. Photo: Getty
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker in Thom Browne. Photo: Getty
Kerry Washington in Tory Burch. Photo: Getty
Nicola Peltz-Beckham in Valentino. Photo: Getty
Cara Delevingne in Dior Haute Couture. Photo: Getty
Kiki Layne in Atelier Prabal Gurung. Photo: Getty
Khloé Kardashian in Moschino. Photo: Getty
Gwen Stefani in Vera Wang. Photo: Getty
Addison Rae. Photo: Getty
Taylor Hill. Photo: Getty
Emily Ratajkowski in Altelier Versace. Photo: Getty
Lily Aldridge in Khaite. Photo: Getty
Simone Ashley in Moschino. Photo: Getty
Chloe Bailey. Photo: Getty
Naomi Campbell in Burberry. Photo: Getty
Kate Moss. Photo: Getty
Christine Baranski. Photo: Getty
Eva Chen in Peter Do. Photo: Getty
Gigi Hadid in Versace. Photo: Getty
Hailey Bieber in Saint Laurent. Photo: Getty
Irina Shayk in Burberry. Photo: Getty
Miranda Kerr in Oscar de la Renta. Photo: Getty
Dakota Johnson in Gucci. Photo: Getty
Jessica Chastain in Gucci. Photo: Getty
Jacob Elordi. Photo: Getty
Anitta in Moschino. Photo: Getty
Denée Benton. Photo: Getty
Madelaine Petsch in Moschino. Photo: Getty
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Sabrina Carpenter in Paco Rabanne. Photo: Getty
Megan Thee Stallion in Moschino. Photo: Getty
Regé-Jean Page. Photo: Getty
Winnie Harlow in Iris van Herpen. Photo: Getty
Nicola Coughlan in Richard Quinn. Photo: Getty
Billie Eilish in Gucci. Photo: Getty
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Teyana Taylor in Iris van Herpen. Photo: Getty
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Amber Valetta. Photo: Getty
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Kaia Gerber. Photo: Getty
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Tom Ford. Photo: Getty
Vlake Lively. Photo: Getty
Anna Wintour. Photo: Getty
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Vanessa Hudgens. Photo: Getty
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Mindy Kaling. Photo: Getty
Precious Lee. Photo: Getty
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Kris Jenner in Oscar de la Renta. Photo: Getty
Daisy Edgar-Jones in Oscar de la Renta. Photo: Getty
Carey Mulligan in Schiaparelli Haute Couture. Photo: Getty
Alexa Chung. Photo: Getty
Bradley Cooper. Photo: Getty
Hoyeon Jung in Louis Vuitton. Photo: Getty
Chloe Fineman. Photo: Getty
 Hillary Clinton in Altuzarra. Photo: Getty
Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness in Tom Ford. Photo: Getty
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Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner. Photo: Getty
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Riz Ahmed. Photo: Getty
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Camila Cabello. Photo: Getty
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Originally published in Vogue.com

‘Morbius’ Star Adria Arjona Survives the Red Carpet With Hot Sauce and Rubies on Her Pinky

‘Morbius’ Star Adria Arjona Survives the Red Carpet With Hot Sauce and Rubies on Her Pinky

About four months ago, when Adria Arjona was beginning to prep for her upcoming “Morbius” press tour, she sat down with her stylist Danielle Goldberg and expressed her number-one goal for the tour: to wear Vivienne Westwood.“I love her shapes, I think she’s such an incredible designer, she really knows a woman’s body, and I just knew that that dress would give me all the feels that I wanted,” says the Puerto Rico-born actress, who stars in the new Marvel movie alongside Jared Leto.
For the film’s big Los Angeles premiere, Goldberg delivered in the form of a black Westwood gown and Tiffany jewels that had Arjona on cloud nine. The goal was to nod to the film’s living vampire theme, via the gown’s bat-like shape at the neckline and eye makeup meant to evoke bats.

“It was the perfect silhouette and it cinched at the waist and it almost felt like this queen of the bats look,” Arjona says. “The shape was so gratifying to us and to the movie — it resembled everything we wanted.”

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For hair, they were inspired by Morticia Addams, going for long, sleek and straight.
“The whole conversation that went around it was very much embodying the movie. We wanted to be a walking image of it,” the star says. “I felt so good — when I took it off I definitely turned into a pumpkin, I deflated.”
To accessorize, she wore rubies and diamonds from Tiffany.
“I had this 4-carat pinky ring that was so wild. I was like, ‘who wears 4 carats on their pinky?’” she says. “I was like, ‘OK, I’m that girl today.’”
Her one secret accessory? A miniature tube of Cholula inside her evening bag, a nod to her favorite Beyoncé lyric in “Formation.” That, and she’s particular about her hot sauce.
“I always bring a little hot sauce anywhere, I’m picky with my hot sauce and I love the fact that Cholula makes little mini ones. I’m not sponsored by them at all, by the way,” she says. “I like to put it on my popcorn. I like to have it just in case they have tabasco.”
“Morbius” has been a long time coming — in fact, it was about four-and-a-half years ago when she convinced director Daniel Espinosa to let her audition for the role, when he thought she was too young for the part.
“It was a different moment in my career — I was very much going through the whole process of auditioning. I mean, I still audition of course, but I just really had to fight for it,” she says. “I was like, ‘please believe me, please trust me — can I just audition and I’ll prove to you that I can be Martine?’” Luckily for her, Espinosa was convinced and the rest is history.
And as it turns out, “Morbius” is just the beginning of Arjona’s busy season. In June she’ll be seen starring in HBO’s remake of “Father of the Bride,” as well as the Star Wars spin-off “Andor”; the movie “Los Frikis,” and the HBO series “Irma Vep” with Alicia Vikander and Jerrod Carmichael.
“I’m really gonna saturate the market,” she says. “You guys are all gonna get sick of me.”
Such a schedule means even more red carpets in her future, something she now looks forward to, having adjusted to the experience over the years.

“I had such a great time last year playing all these women, and it’s probably one of the reasons that I love dressing up and doing these premieres, because you get to become a character, between hair and makeup and styling. And it’s really special,” she says. “I remember at the beginning of my career I felt like I was just wearing a dress, and it was really nerve wracking and red carpets really scared me and I didn’t enjoy the whole process of it, and now I think through Danielle, she’s really guided me through creating these women, and just makes me feel more comfortable and OK with 100 cameras pointing at me and screaming my name and telling me where to look. It’s like a shield — and what better a shield than a Vivienne Westwood gown and Tiffany rubies?”

Adria Arjona gets ready for the “Morbius” premiere in Vivienne Westwood.
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Adria Arjona gets ready for the “Morbius” premiere in Vivienne Westwood.
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Adria Arjona gets ready for the “Morbius”‘ premiere in Vivienne Westwood.

Tiffany & Co. jewels.
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Her secret accessory: hot sauce.
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Adria Arjona gets ready for the “Morbius” premiere in Vivienne Westwood.
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Adria Arjona gets ready for the “Morbius” premiere in Vivienne Westwood.
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Adria Arjona gets ready for the “Morbius” premiere in Vivienne Westwood.
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Adria Arjona gets ready for the “Morbius” premiere in Vivienne Westwood.
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Adria Arjona gets ready for the “Morbius”‘ premiere in Vivienne Westwood.
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17 Of The Best Vintage Dresses On The Oscars Red Carpet

17 Of The Best Vintage Dresses On The Oscars Red Carpet

With stars often channelling Old Hollywood glamour at the Oscars, it’s no surprise that vintage has been a popular choice on the red carpet over the years. In fact, it could be considered a good-luck charm: Julia Roberts won her Oscar for Best Actress in 2001 while wearing a black and white gown from Valentino’s autumn/winter 1992 couture collection; Reese Witherspoon wore a vintage Dior dress dating back to 1957 when she won Best Actress in 2006; while Penélope Cruz won Best Supporting Actress in 2009 in a 1950s Balmain gown.
Vintage also sends a powerful message from a sustainability perspective, with environmental campaigners Natalie Portman and Jane Fonda among those to have worn pre-loved pieces on the Oscars red carpet.
Below, see 17 of the best vintage dresses at the Oscars to date.
Winona Ryder, 2000 

In a black strapless Pauline Trigère dress from the 1940s.

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Julia Roberts, 2001

In a black and white gown from Valentino’s autumn/winter 1992 couture collection.

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Renée Zellweger, 2001

In a lemon yellow Jean Dessès gown from the 1950s.

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Chloë Sevigny, 2002

In a 1970s Holly Harp dress at Vanity Fair’s Oscars after-party.

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Jennifer Garner, 2004

In a striking one-shouldered gown by Valentino from the 1970s.

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Beyoncé, 2005

In a vintage Versace gown.

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Reese Witherspoon, 2006

In a 1950s Balmain gown.
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Jennifer Lopez, 2006

In an olive green Jean Dessès gown dating back to 1959.
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Penélope Cruz, 2009 

In a strapless white Balmain gown from the 1950s.
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Anne Hathaway, 2011

In a strapless red dress from Valentino’s autumn/winter 2002 couture collection.
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Marisa Tomei, 2011 

In a navy Charles James gown from the 1950s.
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Natalie Portman, 2012

In a red polka-dot gown from Christian Dior’s spring/summer 1954 collection.
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Emma Roberts, 2017

In a monochrome Armani Privé gown from spring/summer 2005.
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Rita Moreno, 2018

In a brocade dress that she originally wore to the 1962 Oscars, when she won Best Supporting Actress.
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Margot Robbie, 2020 

In a 1990s Chanel couture gown.
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Jane Fonda, 2020 

In a red Elie Saab gown that she originally wore at Cannes Film Festival in 2014.

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Kim Kardashian, 2020

EXCLUSIVE: The Sustainable Designers Taking Over Pre-Oscars Fashion

EXCLUSIVE: The Sustainable Designers Taking Over Pre-Oscars Fashion

Red Carpet Green Dress is ready to unveil the winning looks from its global design contest.Because of the pandemic, the nonprofit postponed its 2020 celebrations to convene the winning looks from the past two contest seasons. Winning designers include Sanah Sharma and Jasmine Kelly Rutherford for 2020, and designers Benjamin Kho and Yuriko Fukuda for 2021.
The designers — hailing from New York, India, Japan and Singapore — shared some of the inspirations behind their winning looks.
“The visual spectacle of earth’s existence in the vast expanse of the universe merged with the infinite loop of a mobius strip inspired the design for the Gaia dress,” Sharma said. “The double helix shape of DNA molecules that represents life on earth was the inspiration for the Swarovski embellishments.”

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Sanah Sharma, a RCGD global design contest winner for 2020.
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For Rutherford, it was traditional men’s suiting: “A traditional suit amplifies a man’s statuesque build and broad shoulders. I wanted to highlight this aspect, so I reimagined these three pieces by incorporating a sense of femininity and modernity. I included seaming that accentuates an hourglass figure and will flatter any body type.
“The jacket sleeves feature hand-smocking details to give a more modern feeling. The suit’s blouse features a lapel that sits off the shoulder, with buttons cascading down the arms (reminiscent of the classic button-down). The pants and blouse alike both feature pleating which embodies a more feminine silhouette,” she said.

Jasmine Kelly Rutherford, a RCGD global design contest winner for 2020.
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The designers also shared how they are incorporating sustainability into their everyday lives.
“Every — little — thing — possible,” said Koh. “Reducing waste by habit, recycling when possible, buying consciously for the environment and the people.”

Benjamin Kho, a RCGD global design contest winner for 2021.
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For Rutherford and Fukuda, too, it’s a matter of living the brand. (Reusable coffee cups, flasks and tote bags are definitely a major part of it).
“When I go shopping for groceries, I make sure that I carry a grocery bag to reduce the waste of unnecessary plastic bags being used,” Fukuda said. “I often buy organic foods, which I believe are sustainable and better for health. Also, I am a big fan of coffee, so I have my reusable bottle to carry throughout the day.”

Yuriko Fukuda, a RCGD global design contest winner for 2021.
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The looks incorporate sustainable design practices and fabrications and are being shown at the organization’s annual pre-Oscars event, dubbed the “Global Evening of Sustainable Innovation,” which takes place this Friday evening in Los Angeles at an undisclosed location.
RCGD’s founder Suzy Amis Cameron expressed excitement at bringing together the organization’s vast sustainable fashion community, including repeat partners like Tencel.

15 Pictures: What Nadine Nassib Njeim, Rym Saidi, and More Wore to the Ball of Arabia 2021

15 Pictures: What Nadine Nassib Njeim, Rym Saidi, and More Wore to the Ball of Arabia 2021

Held on a winter evening at the luxurious Raffles The Palm Dubai, the Ball of Arabia was a major cause for celebration, and one of the most glamorous reasons to dress up for this year. With the theme calling for gold dresses in Arab designers in honor of the UAE’s Golden Jubilee, guests went with a no-holds-barred approach when it came to selecting their red carpet-worthy ensembles for the evening.
As one of the co-chairs of the Ball, couturier Zuhair Murad found many of his stunning pieces worn by guests. Fellow co-chair Mona Zaki opted for an embellished dress with sweeping cold-shoulder sleeves, and later slipped into a shorter pleated dress. Host for the evening Jessica Kahawaty stunned in a beaded cape dress, and editor-in-chief Manuel Arnaut also wore a custom black velvet cape with gold embroidery by the Lebanese designer. Co-chairs and sisters Huda and Mona Kattan arrived together in equally dazzling numbers: Mona chose to join those championing Murad in a bejeweled figure-hugging dress, and Huda took the opportunity to wear Michael Cinco, the UAE-based couturier she had not been dressed in until now.
Shades of gold and classic black also made an appearance on the red carpet. Tunisian actor and model Rym Saidi—who shared that she doesn’t often wear gold—went for a pale shade of the color in a strapless pleated number by another UAE-based couturier, Rami Al Ali. Like Zaki, another star to have an outfit change at the Ball was Dorra Zarrouk. The Tunisian actor made an entrance in a metallic gold dress by Jean Pierre Khoury, and later swapped it for an olive-toned one by Géyanna Youness Haute Couture. And then there were the ladies who took a subtler route for the night. While Nadine Nassib Njeim walked in wearing a gold and black pantsuit, Jane Yun opted for an earthy sculpted Azzi & Osta number sprinkled with gold, and Aseel Omran picked an ebony maxi.
In the gallery above, find out what your favorite celebrities, influencers and more wore to the Ball of Arabia.
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All the Stars Reviving High-Fashion on the Venice Film Festival Red Carpet

All the Stars Reviving High-Fashion on the Venice Film Festival Red Carpet

The return of the Venice Film Festival as we know it called for looks that go beyond the usual red carpet glamour, and stars are delivering just that. After the event’s 77th edition in 2020 taking place in a more restrained format, this year, actors are seemingly back with a sartorial vengeance.
Generating buzz with her appearance was Zendaya, who made her Venice Film Festival debut this year. For the premiere of her film Dune, the newly-minted 25-year-old walked the red carpet in a custom Balmain couture dress with matching heels and 93ct Bulgari Magnifica high jewelry. “The bespoke leather gown was crafted using an exact model of the star’s bust, taking full advantage of the Balmain atelier and the house’s artisanal tradition,” shared Balmain of the dress. Later, the red carpet saw another sheer number, but this time a fully bejeweled one courtesy of Dakota Johnson in Alessandro Michele’s Gucci. Attending the premiere of her film The Lost Daughter, the actor wore a cap-sleeved gown with crystal detailing and fringing, paired with the house’s rose gold chain-link sandals.
For the premiere of Spencer, one of the most highly-anticipated ones at the festival, actor Kristen Stewart ditched dresses and suits to opt for a co-ord from Chanel’s FW21 couture collection. Paired with white Christian Louboutin heels, the pastel mint-green ensemble featured a lace trim tank top and trousers with a skirt overlay adorned with a black bow. Earlier in the week, actor Penélope Cruz arrived for the premiere of her film Parallel in a Chanel dress that was some 300 hours in the making. Selected by Cruz from the house’s FW21 couture collection, the dress is made of black mikado with an ecru silk tulle petticoat embellished with petal flounces. “I fell in love with that dress when I saw it on the catwalk,” shared the actor with Vogue. “I love the entire haute couture collection, it was brilliant, but this one was my favorite look. This is a very important movie for me, so I needed a special dress for that.”
Click through the gallery above to see more noteworthy looks.
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All the Best Looks from the 2021 Venice Film Festival So Far

All the Best Looks from the 2021 Venice Film Festival So Far

The 78th edition of the Venice Film Festival took off yesterday with many stars already serving high fashion moments on the red carpet. There was no shortage of Arab representation on day one as Lebanese TV presenter Raya Abirached, Egyptian actor Yasmine Sabri, and Emirati anchor Mahira Abdelaziz made appearances in stunning ensembles. Sabri arrived in a bright pink floor-grazing Roberto Cavalli dress with a Cartier necklace, while Abirached championed Arab talent in a sequined dress from Syrian couturier Rami Al Ali’s SS21 collection, paired with Bulgari jewels. Meanwhile, Abdelaziz opted for a head-to-toe Maison Valentino look which included a bright red caped dress and the Rockstud box bag.
From September 1 to 11, the festival will showcase highly-anticipated films including Spencer and Dune — the premieres of which are sure to result in noteworthy sartorial moments from some of the biggest names in the industry. Click through the gallery above to see the best looks from the 78th Venice Film Festival so far and check back for more.
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