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This week a few of our favorite fashionistas were on fire, and it’s no wonder why: With airy statement gowns, structured midis and pastels galore, the dress-to-impress game on the red carpet proved particularly on point.
First on our radar is Lucy Hale, who was a vision in sheer lace at a spring beauty launch for mark. cosmetics in West Hollywood on April 8. The star sported a picture-perfect white dress from Self-Portrait that featured a waist-cinching black belt (all the better to go with her cap-toed Gianvito Rossi pumps).
Lily James, meanwhile, dazzled at the Tokyo premiere of Cinderella on April 8 in a floor-sweeping, tiered Elie Saab Couture confection. Seriously, aside from her Los Angeles premiere look, this may be the most stunning gown we’ve seen Lily in yet. (Also of note from Lily’s Tokyo tour, we might add, is the starry Valentino mini she wore to a press conference on April 7).
Jennifer Lopez heated things up (as always) on the set of American Idol, sporting a slinky black David Koma midi for a photo call in Hollywood on April 8. The star finished her look with silver Casadei pumps, a sexy addition to match the dress’ metallic neckline.
In the pretty in lilac arena, Freida Pinto takes the prize: The actress sported an eye-catching Elie Saab Couture frock at Desert Dancer‘s New York screening on April 7, which she offset with chic nude heels and an Anya Hindmarch clutch.
And Lake Bell took us by surprise this week in two very different looks: Ultimately, her jade green Christian Siriano dress—paired with a rose gold minaudière and two-tone necklace—at the ASPCA’S Bergh Ball is our favorite, although her Christian Louboutin mules will be on our wishlist for, oh, the rest of spring.
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