Red Carpet Wrap: Victoria Beckham




* Another classic and demure red carpet look from Victoria Beckham this week.

As always she chose one of her own black designs — a black wool coat from her Autumn/Winter 2012 collection and a black mini with a flounced hem. The gold box clutch bag — from her Autumn/Winter 2013 line — added a splash of colour.

* We love Amy Adams — who can forget the magical Enchanted — but we don’t always feel the same way about her wardrobe choices. She stepped out at the American Hustle LA premiere in a spring 2014 monochrome David Koma look, featuring a tulle midi length skirt. Lose the tulle and you’ve got one stunning red carpet look.

* Kate Middleton isn’t the only celeb recycling her outfits. This is the third time Keira Knighley has worn her wedding dress — and who could blame her for pulling it out of the wardrobe again? The pale pink Rodarte mid-length ball gown, with its dazzling full skirt and figure-hugging bodice, is nothing short of perfection.

* It was only right that Evangeline Lilly channelled a magical, mystical look for the premiere of The Hobbit. She embraced Middle Earth in this Catherine Deane two-tone grey gown, with an embroidered top and flowing pleated skirt, complete with train. Her simple styling — fishtail braid and single bracelet — nailed the look.


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