It was a jammed packed red carpet for the Vogue World Party on Thursday (September 14) in London, and here is the women’s roundup.
Alexa Chung and elaborate head pieces continue to go hand in hand.
The TV presenter wore a Nicklas Skovgaard three-piece feather look which showcased a spectrum in textile possibilities.
Boucheron jewels completed her look.
Nope. Bel Powley’s Simone Rocha Fall 2023 dress isn’t a rerun. But it is very similar – in terms of nude tulle and bow accents – to a dress Maude Apatow wore back in June.
Even with all those sequins, Charithra Chandran doesn’t breathe much life into this beautiful Emilia Wickstead gown.
Claire Foy paired a Vivienne Westwood top and with a Moncler skirt and bag, yet all I see is Westwood in this look.
Judging by Cush Jumbo’s and some many other celebrities looks from the Erdem Fall 2023 collection, those gloves are mandatory.
Did the blue bow help or hinder Daisy Edgar-Jones’ red Gucci Resort 2024 gown?
I would say help. The dress would’ve been standard without it.
I was on board with Dove Cameron’s second Coach look in a row, until I got the to trousers.
Anyone who has shopped Skims, will instantly recognise Ella Balinska scoop bralette, which provided a neutral base for her stunning Patrick McDowell Spring 2023 look.
I need this coat in my winter wardrobe.
Emilia Clarke is having a moment with black dresses. On this occasion she looked heavenly in Dior with Chopard jewels.
I feel like this Griff’s Rabanne fringed tinsel dress from the Fall 2023 collection is the first full length dress the British singer has ever worn.
Yes to Gugu Mbatha-Raw in this Roksanda Fall 2023 dress without the white gloves.
I’m not sure how I feel about Jenna Coleman in Rodarte.
On the one hand I want to applaud her for doing something new and outside her comfort-zone, but on the other. Nothing really makes sense, nor do I find this look flattering.
Speaking of stepping outside their comfort-zone, Kate Winslet surprised me by wearing a Paul Smith ivory suit instead of her signature illusion dress.
On the downside. What is going on with the length of those trousers?
Letitia Wright will always serve up an unexpected twist with her tailoring, and this feather accented Prada jacket is no exception.
Little Simz has the character to pull off this voluminous Prada skirt and chunky shoes combo, but the Jimmy Choo Bon Bon bag feels so out of place here. Perhaps she should’ve carried the mini version.
Maisie Williams is always in her own lane, which was proven once again by this Maison Margiela look.
Maude Apatow wore a bridal inspired look from the label of the moment: Bode.
I can’t even imagine how hot Milly Alcock was wearing this puffed leather Miu Miu Fall 2023 dress.
This is so unflattering and the accessories couldn’t be more random.
Naomi Ackie is in her quiet girl era wearing Valentino.
Nathalie Emmanuel serves up swinging ‘60s flare in Dior.
While I like Nicola Coughlan’s Harris Reed velvet dress, the head piece is giving, “bitten off more than you can chew.”
This piece would work better if the back was cut-out, so the wearer isn’t manoeuvring with their head forward.
Princess Beatrice was instantly recognisable in Richard Quinn’s florals.
Rita Ora is loving life in black gowns at present.
Following the VMAs, the singer wore an Alaïa embroidered bustier gown from the Fall 2023 collection by Pieter Mulier.
The back is where it’s at.
I love how Saffron Hocking never plays it safe, as this ASAI dress will attest, as this sits in Neo Goth territory.
Sheila Atim and Prada never miss.
Simone Ashley was one of the best dressed on the night wearing a Tamara Ralph Haute Couture beaded dress with Jimmy Choo shoes.
Sinead Burke looked as delightful as ever in Alexander McQueen.
Winnie Harlow brought the Cruella de Vil drama in Zuhair Murad.
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