Looks of the Week 17/11/17

It was all about dramatic texture in the coolest looks this week


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Creative Director of Brother Vellies Aurora James attends the Glamour Women of the Year Awards wearing a whimsical Sandra Mansour Fall 2018 dress.

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US Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad wears an Alice & Olivia Fall 2016 look, also in attendance at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards holding the first hijab-wearing Barbie made in her likeness.

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Newly weds Jason Momoa in custom Valentino and Lisa Bonet in Alexander McQueen, make a striking couple on the red carpet premier of Jason's latest film Justice League in Hollywood.

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Also attending the Glamour Women of the Year Awards is Solange Knowles wearing a Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2017 Couture look.

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Model Slick Woods features in the 2018 Pirelli Calendar, and attends its launch gala wearing a dramatic David Koma Resort 2018 feathered gown in New York.

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Poet, artist and speaker Cleo Wade dazzles at the Glamour Awards wearing a Valentino Resort 2018 look.

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Model of the moment Adowa Aboah wears her favourite fellow Londoner Molly Goddard to the Pirelli Calendar launch gala in New York.

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Helen Mirren lives up to her dameship in a regal, high collared Valentino Fall 2017 look, but adds her own signature edge, teaming the leather look with a snakeskin print clutch and studded heels at the AFI Festival in L.A.

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Prime Minister Jacinda Adern fresh from the Apec summit in Vietnam, shows her support for the local music industry at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards, adding a faux fur jacket with a Juliette Hogan dress alongside partner Clark Gayford in a sharp navy suit.

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The Project presenter Kanoa Lloyd wears a textural custom black gown by Tanya Carlson at the VNZMAs.

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Julia Deans wears a floaty custom Tanya Carlson dress alongside country singer Tami Neilson in a brocade set by Curvy Couture by Judy Dee.

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