Looks Of The Week 13/05/22

From the traditional to the unconventional, textural offerings added a point of interest from London to Miami


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ROSE MATAFEO

Nominated for Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme at the BAFTA TV Awards for Starstruck, the London-based New Zealander takes on gilded glamour in this pleated Sem Sem gown with jewellery by Imogen Banfield.

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CAMILLE COTTIN

The Call My Agent actor selects a classic Christian Dior silhouette updated in this textural autumn/winter 2022 strapless dress.

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NICOLA COUGHLAN

Also attending the BAFTA TV Awards, the Bridgerton star continues her winning formula of frothy gowns (her feathery Richard Quinn look at the Met Gala was a standout), wearing this Valentino spring/summer couture 2022 gown with jewellery by Messika.

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LEWIS HAMILTON

Showcasing a more adventurous side to dressing of late, the Formula One racer makes an impact in pink Valentino, styled by celebrity stylist Luxury Law, at the F1 Grand Prix of Miami.

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JENNIFER CONNELLY

Nicolas Ghesquiere's longtime muse is possibly one of the few women who can actually wear one of the designer's more challenging pieces on a red carpet and pull it off with a sense of ease. The actor takes on this trippy autumn/winter 2022 runway look at the premiere of her new movie Top Gun: Maverick in Mexico.

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SASHA LANE

Also opting for an unconventional dress with plenty of texture, the actor shines in a JW Anderson design at the preview screening of Conversations With Friends in London.

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