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THE VERY BEST Dressed Stars Favored the Unconventional This Week

There will need to have been something in the air this week: On the red carpets, the very best dressed celebrities favored avant garde dressing and bold, architectural silhouettes. Actor Gugu Mbatha-Raw kicked things off at the premiere of Surface in NEW YORK, when she slipped into an artfully-draped Alexander McQueen gown in green. Theres something concerning this dress thats very feminine, but it addittionally comes with an edge to it, that is something you always find with McQueen, the star told Vogue of the dress. I really like that theres lots of fabric and pleating. Its very interestingits not uniform. Also at the premiere of the brand new AppleTV+ series was Reese Witherspoon, whose little white dress embraced Schiaparellis decorative slashes.

Needless to say, if were discussing statement looks in Hollywood, it wouldnt be considered a true roundup without Bjrk. The Icelandic singer performed at the 2022 Olavsfest in Trondheim, Norway this week wearing a three-dimensional cage dress by Noir Kei Ninomiya, filled with a black Loewe bodysuit underneath. In Capri, Italy, Jennifer Lopez also did performance style right when she performed at the amFar gala wearing a custom Roberto Cavalli lookdramatic feathered cape and all.

Even the weeks more subtle looks took risks. Take Keke Palmer at the Berlin, Germany premiere of Nope. Her David Koma black gown had visual interest, because of the armor-like detailing round the slit. At the House of Dragons premiere in L.A., Emma DArcy also embraced Vetementss oversized black suit (baggy is in!), finishing it off with platform Balenciaga Crocsan unlikely red carpet shoe, sure, but a completely cool one.

That have been your preferred celebrity looks this week? Make sure to vote below, and check back on Friday to see which ensemble may be the ultimate best dressed of the week.

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