GLAMOUR's online fashion editor, Ella Alexander, examines the key celebrity looks and style talking points of the day.
Rachel Weisz, we totally feel you - 70s fashion is a cruel mistress. If one of the world's most beautiful and stylish women can't get it right, there's not much hope for the rest of us. It's horribly easy to look like something from a retro straight to TV film. The trick is mix and match vintage-inspired prints (although try to avoid the kind that look like bacteria patterns) with a contemporary piece - a pair of girlfriend jeans for example. Keep the hair disheveled and not overly groomed - save the rollers for more minimal styles.
Diane Kruger is the Chanel version of Big Bird here, the best kind of Big Bird to be and we salute her consistent willingness to experiment with new looks. The feather-like shredded fabric swamped Kruger's petite frame, but we're still madly in lust with the full skirt and bright lipstick that we'd wear with a vintage tee.
Rose Bryne decided on an elegant floor-length gown at the MoMA Film Benefit. No it isn't an attention-seeking, bold look - its appeal lies in its understated sophistication, proving it is possible to be pregnant and stylish. The timeless jewellery offsets this look perfectly.
As one of the world's most influential fashion bloggers, we can always expect a strong look from Chiara Ferragni. While the loose tunic-like shape of the dress says effortlessness, the bejeweled embellishment adds a glamorous edge. She also proves that sock boots (clingy sock-like footwear) are here to stay.
This is exactly how we want to look while strolling around our fair capital on a Saturday morning. True it's easy to look great when you have legs that go up to your armpits, but Karlie Kloss proves that true style is about strong basics (great jeans, a navy jumper and an excellent coat and building on those when the occasion calls.
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