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Influential celebrity fashion

Audrey Simon
Audrey Simon • 2 min read
Influential celebrity fashion
Most of us do not have personal stylists, but we can draw inspiration from the fashion choices of these celebrities
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Navigating parties and events with their array of dress code styles can sometimes feel like treading a sartorial minefield. Celebrities can offer valuable inspiration in this regard. They frequently partner with stylists who curate their wardrobe and choose outfits tailored to each occasion. While most of us do not have personal stylists, we can certainly draw inspiration from the fashion choices of these celebrities and adapt them to our own needs.

Jacob & Co
Margot Robbie, renowned for her role as Barbie, dazzled on the red carpet at The Producers Guild of America Awards, adorned in Diamond Riviera Necklace by Jacob & Co, showcasing 63.50 carats of round brilliant-cut diamonds meticulously set in platinum. 

Barry Keoghan steps out in Burberry attire for the British Film & Television Awards in London. Sporting a crop jacket paired with anchor wool trousers, he complements the ensemble with a crisp white shirt, a silk tie, and sleek black leather boots.

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Louis Vuitton
Emma Stone graced the 77th Annual BAFTA Film Awards in a bespoke orange silk jacquard and organza one-shoulder bustier gown featuring balloon sleeves, perfectly complemented by custom sandals. Enhancing her ensemble was a selection of jewellery from the Louis Vuitton High Jewellery collection.

The House of Givenchy dressed actress Joey King in a stunning Givenchy Spring/Summer 2024 ensemble at the 30th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards last month, in Los Angeles, California. She graced the occasion in a beige strap dress crafted from dévoré satin jersey, accentuated with a captivating blue iris and black draped bustier. Completing her look were elegant black long tulle gloves and a dazzling golden zig-zag headband in metal. 

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Spring 2024 is a new chapter for Berluti as it unveils the expansion of its leather goods and shoes collection with the debut of the B-Volute line. Originating in the mid-1990s, the B-Volute design draws inspiration from the ornate iron staircase adorning the historical Rue Marbeuf store. Who better to show off the collection than rising stars Ayden Sng, David Eung Hao, Raynold Tan (pictured), and Timothee Yap.

Liu Yuxin, a Chinese singer, dancer, and producer hailing from Guizhou Province, appeared in a white wool and silk suit from the Dior Cruise 2024 collection, elegantly paired with a white cotton shirt. Her ensemble was further elevated with Dior shoes, adding a refined touch to her sophisticated look. 

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