My selection of must-see looks this week.


Only Charlize Theron could wear a bright orange jumpsuit without looking like an escaped convict. The elegant actress wore a black velvet blazer over her plunge-neck, tapered leg suit while in New York City. She paired it with a large black clutch and strappy sandals.
Fearne Cotton was out in London wearing a unique black and white brick-print dress by Olivia Rubin. I commend her for being a style innovator - I think we're going to see a lot more of this print. The radio host kept the focus on the dress by wearing it with all black, including a leather biker, tights and tie-up boots.
Dianna Agron picked out a pretty outfit for a trip to Beverly Hills. The Glee star wore a pleated peach maxi skirt by McGinn, with a crisp white shirt, Miu Miu sunglasses and black ankle boots. I'm inspired to buy a maxi skirt after seeing this dainty look.
Miranda Kerr looked chic on the streets of New York, wearing a black leather Balenciaga jacket over a striped top by The Row. Khaki capri's, black buckled ankle boots and a large Celine tote complete her look.


Andrea Riseborough was in Los Angeles for the BAFTA Britannia Awards. The British actress enchanted in a celestial white Marchesa frock, framed by organza frills. Her metallic pumps are by Brian Atwood. I would've liked to see her with a softer hairstyle.
Cara Delevinge attended the Burberry boutique opening in Paris. The blonde model looked poised in a black Burberry dress, black tights and heels. She made a statement with a crimson red clutch and lipstick to match. I love how she wears simplicity with such fierceness.
Kate Beckinsale showed off her pins at the Independent Spirit Awards nomination event in Hollywood. The Underworld actress went for a sexy vintage-inspired look, in a beige and white drop-waist lace dress by Tadashi Shoji. Nude Brian Atwood pumps fit her feet.
Victoria Beckham at the British Fashion Awards wearing one of her own creations - she is faultless in this floor-sweeping black halter gown.

Paula Patton was in Toyko promoting her new movie, 'Mission Impossible 4'. She wore a shiny black jumpsuit that's coming off more 'Catwoman' than couture.
Sarah Jessica Parker wore Louis Vuitton to the Unicef Snowflake Ball. I'm on the fence about her look. I like the flamboyance of the floral-eyelet skirt, which is covered in aqua and white ostrich feathers. I don't like the creasy cropped satin top that seems so disconnected from it.
Kate Moss was also an attendee at the British Fashion Awards. You're either going to love this look, Or you're also going to think it looks like a giant fishnet over a nude dress. 


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