Last Night's Look: Love It or Leave It?
This isn’t the first time she’s worn black lace Temperley London. The returns to one of her go-to designers with a knee-length laser-cut number, Jimmy Choos and a bright-red Alexander McQueen clutch at the SportsAid dinner in London.
This gown helped land at the top of last year’s PEOPLE Best Dressed list so we can’t blame the Downton Abbey star for choosing the same black, gold-belted Stella McCartney design for the Winter Whites Gala in London.
A girl who sings the kind of songs sings must have a secret Pinterest wedding board, right? Well, as soon as she gets home from the Winter Whites Gala in London and takes off this stunning Reem Acra creation, she needs to add this photo to that board.
The first thing we noticed: Her hair is so short! The second thing we noticed: Her dress is pretty short, too. She wears the Versace LWD – with sheer material at the sleeves and décolletage – with matching pumps to the Indie Spirit Awards nominations press conference in Hollywood.
What does it say about fashion trends that we hear black lace and bra and think red carpet not bedroom attire? Adrienne reinforces the association with her see-though turtleneck and coordinating black skirt at the Sparkle Louder launch in N.Y.C.
You know to match your bag to your shoes, but the singer takes it one step further, coordinating her red snakeskin clutch and embellished heels to her long red locks, all worn with a black cape and leather leggings at the Claridge’s Christmas tree unveiling in London.
Deck the halls, trim the tree and embellish that gown, ! The star wears a look-at-me Matthew Williamson creation covered in blue flowers for a Kids Company charity dinner in London.
The actress eschews sparkly party dresses for sparkly party pants and a coordinating open-back top, both sheer, both Naeem Khan and both featuring a generous helping of beading and sequins, at the Saban Community Clinic gala in Beverly Hills.
Even when it’s freezing out and she has to bundle up, Olivia looks cute. She wears a chic white peacoat with a contrast collar over a floral midi with metallic threading to the Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom premiere in N.Y.C.
The Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom actress makes a dramatic (and summery?) entrance to the movie’s N.Y.C. premiere in a flowy keyhole-cutout blue-green Burberry Prorsum design, plus strappy Daniele Michetti sandals.
We can’t say we’d necessarily choose a sleeveless scroll-adorned crop top and wide-leg, high-waisted white pants to meet Prince Charles and Camilla, but that’s what the singer slips into before attending the Royal Variety Performance in London.