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Then and Now: Kristen Stewart’s Complete Style Evolution

Then and Now: Kristen Stewart’s Complete Style Evolution

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Kristen Stewart has grown up on the red carpet, making her earliest premiere appearances all the way back in 2002. With this continued rise to superstardom has come a complete style evolution. Although Kristen has always understood the power of glam, she’s truly come into her own, working with a team of expert stylists to create a look that’s wholly her own.
The star that once donned a Dunkin’ Donuts tee to Sundance is now a fashion innovator. Some of her most major moments included plenty of sheer looks, a suit with shorts to the 2022 Oscars, and a collection of Chanel that’s always stunning. The Oscar-nominated actor continues to experiment and impress with her wardrobe, and ahead, you can chronicle her complete style evolution.

March 2002

The Panic Room premiere was one of Kristen’s earliest red carpet appearances. The young star looked adorable in a black jacket over a dark-colored dress.
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September 2003

Kristen added pointy shoes to this ‘fit, which included a button-down top and jeans.
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January 2004

This Dunkin’ Donuts graphic tee is one of the most iconic moments in Kristen’s fashion history.
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January 2004

Kristen was straight out of Y2K in a look with a cropped hoodie, jeans, and a cozy hat.
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November 2005

In true ’00s fashion, Kristen wore a stacked bracelet and straight hair. She paired her denim jeans with a black top.
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September 2007

Also while promoting Into The Wild, Kristen wore this flowy blue top. Her hair was also a lighter, sun-kissed shade of blonde.
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September 2007

Kristen wore this cream-colored dress with bow accents and some ruffles to the premiere of Into The Wild in Los Angeles.
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January 2008

Kristen looked glam in this black dress with thick straps.
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January 2008

Before Twilight took over the world, Kristen packed on the layers for the premiere of What Just Happened? at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.
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June 2008

This was another all-black ‘fit for the star. This time, she added heels.
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July 2008

This Comic-Con look was super casual and cute. Kristen sported a tee, jeans, and sandals alongside Twilight costar Robert Pattinson.
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November 2008

We love a dress with pockets moment.
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March 2009

This mini dress featured black stripes and a bright orange background.
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March 2010

Kristen was serving old Hollywood-inspired vibes with this blue gown at the Oscars.
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June 2011

This red mini dress featured a ton of silver pins, making for a true statement piece.
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November 2012

Kristen was donning sheer ‘fits long before it was trendy in Hollywood. This golden gown came with sheer panels and lace.
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November 2012

Back to sheer, Kristen wore a black pantsuit with intricate patterns to attend the UK premiere of Breaking Dawn: Part 2 in London.
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May 2013

Kristen put her spin on the punk theme with this Met Gala outfit. The red pantsuit was paired with black heels.
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June 2016

This leather pantsuit featured oversized pockets and a bit of sheen.
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October 2016

A monochromatic moment that featured a puffy top with a singular sleeve. Her pants also featured pins along the front and side.
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July 2017

It was clearly one of her preferred ‘fits this year.
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July 2017

During the Chanel show in Paris, Kristen delivered a major fashion moment with this glittery bodysuit and blonde buzz cut.
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October 2017

There is so much to this orange ‘fit. Along with a bold floral pattern on the jacket and pants, the look featured a bra-like top and cutout shoulders.
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May 2018

Also in Chanel at Cannes, KStew wowed the public in this matching set and red lip combo.
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May 2018

In 2018, Kristen’s style got more sophisticated and experimental. Arriving at the Cannes Film Festival, the actor looked stunning in a baby blue suit featuring Chanel’s classic tweed.
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August 2019

This glamorous pink gown Kristen wore to the Venice Film Festival was adorned with sparkles.
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September 2019

The cropped top, checkered detailing, and oversized tie made this look.
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October 2019

For the UK premiere of Seberg, Kristen donned another pantsuit, but this one came without an undershirt.
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September 2021

The Twilight star certainly left her mark at the 2021 Met Gala with this pink jacket and coiffed ‘do.
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September 2021

We’re used to seeing Kristen in pantsuits, but this suit came with mini shorts.
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October 2021

This tulle gown she rocked to the Spencer premiere in Los Angeles came with sheer fabric.
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March 2022

Kristen channeled her inner princess with this cream ballgown at the Producers Guild Awards.
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March 2022

Kristen dazzled on the Oscars red carpet with this suit set featuring shorts.
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March 2022

Continuing with the sheer motif, at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, Kristen wore a black gown with black-and-white tulle at the waist.
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March 2022

Kristen’s post-Oscars look featured a sheer black gown.
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May 2022

This red Chanel suit was one of many fashionable ‘fits worn by the star at Cannes.
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June 2022

Kristen Stewart at Cannes is the gift that keeps on giving. Not content with four showstopping looks, the actor looked dazzling once again for a screening of The Innocent in a bustier-style top and tweed pants.
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June 2022

From 2009 to Now: 38 Pictures Tracing Mona Zaki’s Style Evolution

From 2009 to Now: 38 Pictures Tracing Mona Zaki’s Style Evolution

Few Arab stars can attest to having a career trajectory as impressive as their style evolution, and Mona Zaki is one of them. The Egyptian actor, whose popularity took her from the world of TV series to the silver screen, has continued to showcase her exceptional acting range for over a decade now.
In the late aughts, Zaki walked red carpets and attended film festivals in time-appropriate cocktail dresses that came in colorful hues and patterns. The occasional gown, in Arabesque designs and silhouettes, started making an appearance in the star’s wardrobe later on, but it was only when Zaki swayed away from the classic dress that her playful side showed through. The actor experimented with jumpsuits for the red carpet on multiple occasions and for her version of risk-taking, went for details that ranged from off-the-shoulder and one-shoulder numbers to a feather-trimmed neckline.
The last few years have seen Zaki realize her sartorial sense more and more in sophisticated pieces that speak to her star power. While the Perfect Strangers actor is friends of international fashion and jewelry houses including Dior and Bulgari, she remains a supporter of local talent. Zaki has been spotted in dazzling gowns by world-renowned couturiers like Zuhair Murad and Nicolas Jebran, but also in classic, understated dresses by brands like Maison Yeya, and Sandy Nour.
Below, take a look at Mona Zaki’s style evolution in pictures.
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2015. Norine Farah
2015. Malak El Ezzawy
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2017. Marmar Halim
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2017. Maison Yeya
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2018. Antoine Kareh
2018. Sadek Majed
2013. Fendi
2019. Dior
2019. Alice + Olivia
2019. Chiara Boni La Petite Robe
2019. Maison Yeya
2019. Miaim Nazmy
2019. Mrs Keepa
2019. Rami Al Ali
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2019. Fendi
2019. Maison Yeya
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2020. Nicolas Jebran
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2021. Azzi & Osta
2021. Cece Chic
2021, Dior
2021. Maison Yeya
2021. Yosra El Barkouky
2021. Maram Borhan
2021. Oscar de la Renta
2021. Zuhair Murad
2021. Zuhair Murad
2021. Sandy Nour
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Then and Now: Charting Nicola Peltz Beckham’s Style Evolution in 17 Pictures

Then and Now: Charting Nicola Peltz Beckham’s Style Evolution in 17 Pictures

Nicola Peltz Beckham wore a custom Valentino gown to marry Brooklyn Beckham at her family estate in Palm Beach, which her stylist Leslie Fremar described as the most beautiful dress she had ever seen. This was, of course, Nicola’s most high-profile fashion moment to date – what’s better than Pierpaolo Piccioli couture? – but the actor has delivered plenty of other outfits of note, too.
The newlywed has a penchant for chunky platforms. She chose Versace’s Medusa Aevitas for her wedding ceremony, and subbed in Amina Muaddi’s satin Dalida sandals for the post-wedding brunch. Prior to her big day, she’s worn Versace’s Intrico boots, Saint Laurent’s towering Billy boots, and Coperni’s retro stacked flip-flops.
Biker jackets are another favorite. She’s been spied in edgy styles from Prada and Balenciaga, often worn with sporty baseball caps and tank tops. Nicola invests in vintage too, including ’90s-era Versace, Dior by John Galliano and Fendi. As for bags, her collection includes quilted Chanel, monogrammed Louis Vuitton, and pieces by Fendi and Dior, as well as the ultimate trophy bag, an Hermès Birkin.
From her It-bags to those look-at-me platforms, revisit the new Mrs Beckham’s style hits below.
February 15, 2022: Wearing monogrammed Christian Dior separates, a leather coat, Versace platforms and a fuzzy baby blue bag. Photo: Getty
February 1, 2022: Making a case for couple’s denim with Brooklyn.Photo: Getty
January 2, 2022: Posing for a mirror selfie in a feathered Oscar de la Renta minidress with a white Chanel bag over her shoulder.Photo: Instagram.com/nicolaannepeltzbeckham
November 9, 2021: Out with Brooklyn in a mini skirt, crop top and platform shoes. Photo: Instagram.com
October 4, 2021: Strolling in a leopard-print coat and yet another pair of platforms. Photo: Instagram.com
October 3, 2021: In one of her many black leather jackets at Givenchy’s spring/summer 2022 show. Photo: Getty
October 2, 2021: Doing double denim in Paris. Photo: Getty
October 2, 2021: Out in Paris wearing a lattice beaded top, figure-skimming suiting and a Chanel bag. Photo: Getty
October 1, 2021: Alongside Brooklyn at Valentino’s spring/summer 2022 show. Photo: Getty
October 1, 2021: Wearing head-to-toe red in Paris. Photo: Getty
September 23, 2020: Looking edgy in a Balenciaga leather jacket and Prada’s Monolith boots. Photo: Getty
September 13, 2021: Arriving at the Met Gala in pink Valentino. Photo: Getty
December 24, 2020: Modeling a dress designed by her new mother-in-law, Victoria Beckham. Photo: Instagram.com/nicolaannepeltzbeckham
July 11, 2020: Announcing her engagement to the world in a lemon-yellow Victoria Beckham dress. Photo: Instagram.com/nicolaannepeltzbeckham
February 25, 2020: Wearing all black at Saint Laurent’s autumn/winter 2020 show. Photo: Getty
January 8, 2020: Carrying a bouquet wearing tailored trousers, Saint Laurent’s Billy platforms and a ’90s-era cropped Chanel top. Photo: Instagram.com
September 7, 2019: Serving boudoir chic in a lace corset and suiting at the Toronto International Film Festival. Photo: Getty
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk

From 2011 to Now: 77 Pictures Charting Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s Style Evolution

From 2011 to Now: 77 Pictures Charting Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s Style Evolution

There are few who can count themselves among Indian actors as well as front row regulars at fashion weeks, and Cannes Film Festival attendees, and Sonam Kapoor Ahuja has long been one of them. The star owes it all to her almost fearless sense of style and penchant for luxury fashion, which saw her quickly become a fixture at fashion weeks after her acting debut in 2007.
The then-twenty-something actor’s outfits channeled her playful personality via colorful looks appropriate for a young starlet on the road to greater fame. Fun prints and patterns, ultra-feminine silhouettes, and bright hues dominated Kapoor Ahuja’s wardrobe of both traditional Indian and western ensembles. This, however, did not keep her from showcasing a different sartorial side to herself, at her first Cannes film festival appearance, no less. The star walked the red carpet wearing a white, structured dress from Jean Paul Gaultier which made her future attendances anticipatory. Fast forward to a few years, and many more ballgowns and girly dresses later, the actor began to find her signature in the masculine-leaning pieces she occasionally sported to serve up powerful looks. There were the more obvious ensembles like suits, and culottes with shirts and blazers, but the looks that really stood out were those with discreet elements that made her style that much more compelling. Think floor-sweeping capes, statement necklines, and sharp shoulders—all of which the star effortlessly carries off now with the help of her sister and stylist, Rhea Kapoor.
Indian wear gets equal love in Sonam Kapoor Ahuja‘s wardrobe—from saris, and head-to-toe ethnic outfits, to looks that seamlessly blend traditional and contemporary aesthetics. Naturally, some of her favorite designers are those from her home country—including, but not limited to, Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla, Anamika Khanna, Masaba Gupta, Rahul Mishra, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, and Bhaane. When dressed in international labels, Kapoor Ahuja is known to favor Middle Eastern ones, and has worn many a dreamy gown by Elie Saab. Other designers from close to home worn by the star include Ashi Studio, Maison Yeya, Atelier Zuhra, Georges Hobeika, Mariam Al Sibai, Sandra Mansour, Kojak Studio, Rami Kadi, Fouad Sarkis, Eman Aljajlan and Bouguessa.
In March 2022, the star announced her first pregnancy with husband Anand Ahuja, which, among many things, signaled the arrival of plenty of noteworthy maternity style moments.
Below, take a look at Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s style evolution in pictures.
2011. Jean Paul Gaultier. Photo: Getty
2012. Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Getty
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2015. Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
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2015. Shantanu Nikhil. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2015. Michael Cinco. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2016. Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2016. Delpozo. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2016. Dice Kayek. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2016. Ralph & Russo. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2016. Ralph & Russo. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2016. Ralph & Russo. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2016. Dice Kayek. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2016. Anamika Khanna. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2016. Sandra Mansour. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2016. Comme des Garçons. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2016. Yanina Couture. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2017. Masaba. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2017. Ralph & Russo. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2017. Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2017. Raw Mango. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2017. Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2017. Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2017. Fouad Sarkis. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2017. Temperley London. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2017. Ashi Studio. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2017. Atelier Zuhra. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2018. Kojak Studio. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2018. Rimzim Dadu. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2018. Stuart Weitzman. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2018. Ashi Studio. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2018. Neeurus. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2018. Rahul Mishra. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2018. Escada. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2018. Anamika Khanna. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2018. Chloé. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2018. Lado Bokuchava. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Calvin Klein. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Ashi Studio. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Emilia Wickstead. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Ralph & Russo and Chopard. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Sabyasachi. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Valentino. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Fenty. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Georges Hobeika. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Masaba. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Masaba. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Ralph Lauren. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Sharon Wauchob. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Bouguessa. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2019. Osman Studio. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
20202. Dice Kayek. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2020. Valentino. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2020. Erdem. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2020. Itrh and Bulgari. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2020. Masaba x Rhea Kapoor. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2020. Max Mara, Salvatore Ferragamo, Bulgari. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2020. Emilia Wickstead. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2020. Ivy Park. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2020. Bhaane. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2020. Bhaane. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2021. Bhaane. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2021. Emilia Wickstead. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2021. Loewe. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2021. Anamika Khanna. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2021. Anamika Khanna. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2021. Emilia Wickstead, Bottega Veneta, The Row. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2021. Alexander McQueen. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2021. Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
Eman Aljajlan. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
2022. Photo: Instagram.com/sonamkapoor
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From 2013 to Now: 82 Pictures Tracing Nancy Ajram’s Style Evolution

From 2013 to Now: 82 Pictures Tracing Nancy Ajram’s Style Evolution

With a career spanning decades, Nancy Ajram may very well have written the rule book on Arab pop diva style. The Lebanese singer has been in the public eye since releasing her first single as a teenager and performing in front of crowds since the early 2000s.
For Ajram, this meant having on-stage outfits that were as loud and eye-catching as they came at the time. Sequins, bright colors, and metallic fabrics dominated her wardrobe in the form of long and mini dresses, separates, and even statement tops paired with jeans. Going from one sold-out show to the next around the region, Ajram’s performance looks evolved into floor-grazing monochrome dresses that cemented her status as a rising A-list pop star. There were, of course, the occasional playful numbers worn out of her penchant for risk-taking: flared-out tulle skirts, leather shorts with tights, thigh-high boots, and minis with lace detailing.
Off-duty, Ajram’s casual style is more laid-back than one would expect the ‘Queen of Arab Pop’ to be. Favoring plenty of denim and sweatpants, the singer is often spotted out-and-about in sneakers and boots, and tops paired with jackets, long coats, and cardigans. During her pregnancies, the mother-of-three also embraced remarkable maternity style by switching to loose-fitting sparkling dresses for performances, and picking cardigans and blazers paired with leggings and dresses while she was not on stage.
The pop star’s style has now taken on a more sophisticated side while still keeping in touch with all things sparkle and shine. Flying the flag for local designers, especially the fellow Lebanese Elie Saab, Georges Hobeika, and Jean Louis Sabaji, Ajram has turned to caped gowns, metallic jumpsuits, and pleated dresses.
Below, take a look at Nancy Ajram’s style evolution in pictures.
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From 2009 to Now: 53 Pictures Charting Lily Collins’ Style Evolution

From 2009 to Now: 53 Pictures Charting Lily Collins’ Style Evolution

Before Lily Collins was inspiring the wardrobes of twentysomethings with her American-meets-French style in Emily in Paris, there was something to be said of her own sartorial sense.
The British actor first emerged on the film and TV scene in 2009, and embraced ultra-feminine and girl-next-door style early on, which she has honed to make her signature since. Her early red carpet appearances witnessed her love for vintage fashion peek through in pieces that gave her looks an old-timey charm. Think dresses paired with tights, round-toed pumps, and lots of florals. As she took on a range of roles, her wardrobe was influenced accordingly. She took on an edgier approach to her style with leather ensembles while promoting the film The Mortal Instruments, and gravitated towards princess-like dresses and corseted dresses after starring in Mirror, Mirror. Collins has also made sure to venture away from her usual style at times by going incorporating masculine pieces in her look. For a Cartier event in 2012, the actor wore a black suit by Dolce & Gabbana with a chiffon blouse, and in 2015, wore a burgundy satin suit with a plunging black top.
Her penchant for dreamy gowns naturally led her to be a fan of Arab designers, particularly, Elie Saab. Who can forget the Lebanese couturier’s lilac ombré dress she wore in 2014 and made headlines in? His floor-grazing, embroidered pieces have been spotted on the star on a number of special occasions, and so have a couple of risqué numbers by Zuhair Murad. This has also made the actor’s public appearances ones to always keep an eye out for, especially at the Met Gala. While she had been walking the red carpet at the annual event for quite a few years, her attendance in 2018 is what cemented her as one of the best dressed at the gala.
Take a look at Lily Collins’ style evolution in pictures below.
2009. Photo: Getty
2010. Photo: Getty
2011. Photo: Getty
2012. Monique Lhuillier. Photo: Getty
2012. Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Getty
2013. Cushnie Et Ochs. Photo: Getty
2014. Elie Saab. Photo: Getty
2015. Photo: Getty
2016. Elie Saab. Photo: Getty
2016. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2017. Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2017. Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2017. Alexander McQueen. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2017. Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2018. Givenchy. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2018. Ralph & Russo. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2018. Givenchy. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2018. Miu Miu. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2018. Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2019. Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2019. Givenchy. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2019. Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2019. Giambattista Valli. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2019. Giambattista Valli. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2019. Ronald van der Kemp. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2019. Saint Laurent. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2019. Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2019. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2020. Saint Laurent. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2020. Valentino. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2020. Saint Laurent. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2020. Zimmermann. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2020. Celine. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2020. Chanel. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2020. Dior. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2020. Emporio Armani. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2020. Saint Laurent. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2021. Oscar de la Renta. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2021. Prada. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2021. Saint Laurent. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2021. Georges Hobeika. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2021. Ralph Lauren. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2021. Ralph Lauren. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2021. Givenchy. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2021. Prabal Gurung. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2022. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2022. Valentino. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
2022. Photo: Instagram.com/lillyjcollins
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From 2014 to Now: 63 Pictures Charting Yousra’s Style Evolution

From 2014 to Now: 63 Pictures Charting Yousra’s Style Evolution

An icon of Arab cinema, Yousra‘s style is as praiseworthy as her acting career. As she went from one memorable role to the next over the years, her sartorial sense became synonymous with grace.
The Egyptian actor began to serve up the quintessential style of an Arab star long ago, opting for time-appropriate over-the-top gowns that spoke of her industry status. Dazzling dresses dripping with sequins and embellishments were often paired with wraps, shawls, and capes, that lent the gracefulness she is known to embody so well today. This did not mean that the former cover star was afraid of taking risks. Those who have kept up with Yousra’s longstanding career are familiar with her acting range, which often reflected in her red carpet style too. To that end, Yousra wore as many slinky dresses with slits as she did the more modest ones with voluminous skirts, and a few of the latter were even ahead of their time. The bright red cut-out creation she wore in 2018 comes to mind, and so does the black one-shoulder dress with a slit she sported in the same year.
While she is no stranger to pieces of the likes of Alexander McQueen, Dolce & Gabbana, and Armani, supporting Arab designers has always been of importance to Yousra. She has long been wearing not only world-renowned names like Elie Saab, Zuhair Murad, Georges Hobeika, and Georges Chakra, but also many lesser-known homegrown brands. But it is indeed the occasions when she has championed an Arab brand at national and international events that have been the most noteworthy. Who can forget the custom Egypt-inspired dress by Lebanese couturier Zuhair Murad she made headlines in at the Academy Awards 2020?
Scroll to take a look at Yousra’s style evolution over the years.
2014. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2015. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2016. In Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2016. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2016. In Alexander McQueen. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2016. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2017. In Yousef Al Jasmi. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2017. In Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2017. In Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2017. In Rami Al Ali. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. In Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. In BCBG Max Azria. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. In Rami Al Ali. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. In Mazoura. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. In Antoine Kareh. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. In Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. In Lanvin. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. In Georges Chakra. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. In Saher Dia. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2019. In Elie Saab and Armani. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2019. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2019. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2019. In Elie Saab. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2019. In Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2019. In Laith Maalouf. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2019. In Nour Azazy. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2019. In Sara Onsi. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2019. In Armani. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2019. In Maison Rabih Kayrouz. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2019. In Yousef Al Jasmi. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2019. In Nour Azazy. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2020. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2020. Carolina Herrera. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. In Georges Hobeika. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. In Mram Borhan. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. In Tony Ward. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. In Rami Kadi. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. In Honayda. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. In La Bourjoisie. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2021. In Nour Azazy. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2022. In Zeena Zaki. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
2022. In Zeena Zaki. Photo: Instagram.com/youssra
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From 2005 to Now: 62 Pictures Charting Rihanna’s Style Evolution

From 2005 to Now: 62 Pictures Charting Rihanna’s Style Evolution

There’s a reason why Rihanna is dubbed the “influencer’s influencer”. The Barbadian singer has always recognized fashion as an extension of oneself, going by her own rulebook and emerging as the trendsetter she is known as today.
With a musical career spanning generations, Rihanna’s first public appearances began in the mid-2000s, which saw the singer finding her feet in the sartorial world. Crop tops, low-rise jeans, and body chains synonymous with the era were favored by her like most in the industry at the time. This may not have led her to stand out then, but did guide her in the direction of what her style would turn out to be. It was when she started with stylist Mariel Haenn, followed by Mel Ottenburg, that her penchant for risk-taking grew and edgy ensembles became her thing. Looking back now, no one but Rihanna could have dared to wear a tuxedo instead of a dress to the Met Gala in 2009, no less her first one. The custom Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo she wore with platform pumps and biker gloves also hinted at her inclination towards menswear which makes appearances even today. The oversized suits and masculine pieces she would wear one day before effortlessly switching to sultry dresses the next, served as the building blocks of Rihanna’s aesthetic.
When stylist Jahleel Weaver joined forces with the star in 2015, Rihanna went on from one viral fashion moment to the next. Not one to restrict her fearless style to a few select brands, she wore pieces by a number of renowned designers including Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Alexandre Vauthier, Roberto Cavalli, Dior, Jean Paul Gaultier, Giambattista Valli, and Givenchy. Talent from the region also found a fan in the star early on, with Rihanna opting for Arab designers for multiple red carpet appearances. Some of her most memorable looks include the white Georges Chakra number she wore to the Met Gala in 2007, the feathered Elie Saab dress at the 2010 Grammy Awards, and the red Alaïa gown from 2013. Whether sitting court side in a sweatshirt dress and bomber jacket or walking into an event in a glamorous gown, Rihanna’s unapologetic sense of style has been a constant. It is one of the reasons why she became the first woman of color to lead an LVMH brand when she launched her brand Fenty in 2019.
As if the fashion world would ever run short of inspiration from Rihanna, the star is serving up more during her first pregnancy. Redefining maternity fashion by still wearing clothes that look and feel very much herself, the mother-to-be has been on a sartorial roll with her show-stopping looks. Her pregnancy reveal look showing off her baby bump through an unbuttoned vintage Chanel puffer will always be remembered, but so will the looks following it. Think baggy denim, belly-bearing tops, statement outerwear, that iconic heart coat, and even a custom Alaïa dress. The low-rise pants and sheer tops in her maternity wardrobe not only serve the purpose of style, but also make the star feel good—and she would argue that that’s what fashion is all about.
Scroll to take a look at Rihanna’s style evolution over the years.
2005. Photo: Getty
2006. Photo: Getty
2007. In Roberto Cavalli. Photo: Getty
2007. In Georges Chakra. Photo: Getty
2008. In Giambattista Valli. Photo: Getty
2009. In Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Getty
In 2010. In Elie Saab. Photo: Getty
2011. In Raf Simons and Acne. Photo: Getty
2013. In Alaïa. Photo: Getty
2014. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2014. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2014. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2014. In Givenchy. Photo: Getty
2015. In Giambattista Valli. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2015. In Guo Pei. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2016. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2016. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2017. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2017. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2017. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2017. In Guo Pei. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2017. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2017. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2017. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
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2018. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2018. In John Galliano. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
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2018. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2019. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2019. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2019. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2019. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2019. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2019. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2019. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2019. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2021. In Balenciaga. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2022. In Chanel. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2022. In custom Alaïa. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2022. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2022. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2022. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
2022. Photo: Instagram.com/badgalriri
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From 2012 to 2022: 52 Pictures Charting Nadine Nassib Njeim’s Style Evolution

From 2012 to 2022: 52 Pictures Charting Nadine Nassib Njeim’s Style Evolution

For Nadine Nassib Njeim, being Miss Lebanon 2004 and the most followed Lebanese female actor means dressing the part. After winning the beauty pageant, and later being propelled into the movie industry, Njeim embodied the style of a quintessential Arab star, even if it warranted taking risks.
The actor went from one daring ensemble to the next while always flying the flag for homegrown talent. A fan of plunging necklines, hourglass silhouettes, and lot of dazzle, some of her most extraordinary dresses came from Antoine Kareh, Nicolas Jebran, and her favorite, Zuhair Murad. The fellow Lebanese’s signature fringes, embroidery, power shoulders, and short hemlines were a major part of Njeim’s work wardrobe. And so, it was none other than Murad to be enlisted by the actor for one of the most important days of her life. For her wedding to now ex-husband Hadi al-Asmar, Njeim was dressed in a dreamy princess-worthy gown with a big tulle skirt and an oversized silk bow at the back.
Over the years, the mother-of-two has seamlessly incorporated the designer’s style into her own, which includes everything that inspires confidence. The former Vogue Arabia cover star‘s career progression and her penchant for risk-taking saw her gravitate towards blazers and pantsuits, all while still keeping her looks glamorous. Now playing to her strengths, the actor has swapped the short hems for floor-grazing ones with thigh-high slights, and even opts for high necks, provided that they are accompanied with sharp shoulders. If Njeim’s public outfits showcase her love for Arab designers, her personal style hints at her indulgence in logomania with brands like Gucci and Givenchy. Taking on a much more relaxed, and athletic side, her off-duty wardrobe consists of sweater tops, cardigans, and denim.
Scroll to take a look at Nadine Nassib Njeim’s style evolution over the years.
2012. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2015. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2015. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2015. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2016. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2016. In Nicolas Jebran. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2016. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2016. In Nathalie Karam. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2016. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2016. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2016. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2017. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2017. With Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2017. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2017. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2017. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2017. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2017. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2017. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2018. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2018. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2018. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2018. In Antoine Kareh. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2018. In Antoine Kareh. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2018. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2018. In Antoine Kareh. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2018. In Femi 9 Fashion. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2018. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2019. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2019. In Mariane Bechara. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2019. In Aden Fashion. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2019. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2019. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2019. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2019. In Alexandre Vauthier. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2019. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2020. In Alexandre Vauthier. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2020. In Dior. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2020. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2021. In Givenchy. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2021. In Gucci. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2021. In Glamoda. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2021. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2021. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2021. In Zuhair Murad. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2021. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2021. In custom Nadine Nassib Njeim. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
2022. In Aden Fashion. Photo: Instagram.com/nadine.nassib.njeim
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From 2011 to 2021: 40 Pictures Charting Amal Clooney’s Style Evolution

From 2011 to 2021: 40 Pictures Charting Amal Clooney’s Style Evolution

There are few who can earn major style points in both professional and red carpet dressing, and Amal Clooney has long been one of them. While in the fashion world, she may now be known for her enviable red carpet style, her courtroom outfits have been just as noteworthy.
The Lebanese barrister’s successful career in international law and human rights (which began when she was Amal Alamuddin), led her to hone her sense of executive style. Sleek tailoring, shift dresses, pant and skirt suits, long coats, and stilettos have been a mainstay in her work wardrobe, but one would be mistaken to think that it’s void of bold shades. Clooney has never been shy of colors, and incorporates them generously in her outfits: from wearing a lilac coat to the hearing of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in 2011, to a striking yellow Bottega Veneta look at the United Nations in 2017. Besides yellow, Clooney has had a penchant for red, having worn nearly every shade of the powerful color—from bright to deep—via jumpsuits and dresses. Zac Posen and Proenza Schouler’s sophisticated designs also found a favorite in Clooney, alongside Stella McCartney‘s, who she looked to for the cream-colored two-piece for her civil wedding ceremony with George Clooney in 2014.
Marrying one of Hollywood’s most-loved actors and filmmakers meant stepping further into the limelight, and yet the attorney rarely wavered sartorially. Embracing her new life, Clooney extended her fashion sense to her public outfits, serving up power couple style in floor-grazing dresses and dazzling gowns next to George in suits. It was on date nights and vacations when she let her wardrobe’s playful side really show through, wearing everything from chevron-printed multicolor pants and a metallic gold mini dress in 2015 to a pink fringed number in 2019. On the red carpet and at other public events, Clooney’s outfits started to come from a branched-out group of designers, as well as couture archives. For her first Met Gala appearance in 2015, she wore a shiny red dress with ruffles by John Galliano for Maison Margiela, and made her return to the event in 2018 in a floral Richard Quinn number. With a love for vintage, some of Clooney’s best outfits including her maternity and post-baby dresses are courtesy of William Vintage, a high-end British name also favored by Meghan Markle. Its rare pieces from Madame Grès, Jean-Louis Scherrer, Versace, Chanel, and Yves Saint Laurent have been spotted on the mother-of-two on various occasions, contributing to her style icon status known today.
Scroll to take a look at Amal Clooney’s style evolution over the years.
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2014. Photo: Getty
2014. In Stella McCartney. Photo: Instagram.com
2015. Photo: Instagram.com
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2015. John Galliano for Maison Margiela. Photo: Rex
2015. Photo: Instagram.com
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2016. In Proenza Schouler. Photo: Rex
2016. In Giambattista Valli Couture. Photo: Rex
2016. In vintage YSL. Photo: Rex
2016. In Atelier Versace. Photo: Getty
2016. In Versace. Photo: Instagram.com
2016. Photo: Getty
2017. In custom Atelier Versace. Photo: Instagram.com
2017. Photo: Getty
2017. Photo: Getty
2017. In Atelier Versace. Photo: Instagram.com
2017. In vintage Bill Blass. Photo: Rex
2017. In Bottega Veneta. Photo: Rex
2018. Photo: Getty
2018. Photo: Rex
2018. Photo: Getty
2018. In Richard Quinn. Photo: Instagram.com
2018. In Prada. Photo: Instagram.com
2018. In J Mendel. Photo: Instagram.com
2019. In Sergio Hudson. Photo: Getty
2019. In vintage Jean Louis Scherrer. Photo: Getty
2019. In Armani Privé. Photo: Instagram.com
2019. Photo: Getty
2019. In Stella McCartney. Photo: Instagram.com
2019. In Stella McCartney. Photo: Instagram.com
2019. Photo: Instagram.com
2021. In 16Arlington. Photo: Getty
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