Looks of the Week 21/04/17

Art vibes inspire this week, with painterly prints, sculptural shapes and interesting draping worn by Emily Ratajkowski, Rose Byrne and more


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Australian actress Rose Byrne takes the artistic floral print for a spin, wearing a Fall 2017 dress by Rosie Assoulin with a pair of purple Jimmy Choo heels at the New York premiere of her latest film The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks. Picture / Getty

French-Canadian actress Charlotte Le Bon does nonchalant French glamour in a Sophie Theallet jacket, Paule Ka top, paper-bag-waist pants and pointy Stella Luna boots while attending The Build Series, meeting fans and discuss her film The Promise. Picture / Getty.

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Enjoying the L.A sunshine, actress Zoe Salanda attends a taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live to promote her latest film Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2 wearing an asymmetrical shoulder jumpsuit from Baja East's Pre-Fall 2017 collection. Picture / Getty.

Artfully draped ties elevate this Markarian Fall 2017 dress to the next level, worn by Emily Ratajkowski at the Moschino Candy Crush Desert Party at Coachella. Picture / Getty. GALLERY: See The Best Instagrams From Coachella.

Wearing an eye-catching draped, two-piece gown with cut-out sleeves from Stella McCartney with Christian Louboutin heels, actress Daisy Ridley shines at the Star Wars celebration event in Florida. Picture / Getty

A bold painterly print inspired by contemporary art provides a striking look on this clean-cut cocktail dress from Solace London's Spring 2017 collection, worn by Parks and Recreation actress Rashida Jones at The Turtle Conservancy's Fourth Annual Turtle Ball in New York. Picture / Getty

Showing commitment to more sustainable ways of dressing for events, Anne Hathaway wears a vintage pussy-bow blouse by Yves Saint Laurent and a Fall 2015 Stella McCartney asymmetrical collage skirt as she leaves The View in New York. Picture / Getty

Japanese actress and model Yu Yamada chose a surrealist art inspired Dior Spring 2017 haute couture gown for the Tokyo showing of the same collection. Picture / Supplied. GALLERY: Dior Haute Couture Spring 2017

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