Leslie Mann in Giles
Also on The Other Woman promotional trail, Leslie Mann opted for a Paintbox print dress from Giles’ AW14 collection. Sculptural in silhouette with a smattering of sequins at the neck, this dress will leave a lasting impression well into next season.
Gwyneth Paltrow in Michael Kors
January Jones in Roksanda Illincic
January Jones swaps the ‘60s for Autumn/Winter 2014 with this Roksanda Ilincic dress. Miles away from her Mad Men character, Betty Draper, the colour-block panels and mid-length hem perfectly channel the upcoming season’s new proportions. We love the up-do too.
Jennifer Connelly in Alexander McQueen
Nothing exudes red carpet drama like an Alexander McQueen creation. Jennifer Connelly agrees, opting for this gothic fairytale of a gown for the London premiere of Noah. Artisanal in design, it acts as the ultimate contrast to the watery backdrop.
Maggie Gyllenhaal in Valentino
A bold but brilliant choice by Maggie Gyllenhaal for the 2014 Met Ball. While it may be an edgy take on the classic red carpet floor-sweeper, this AW14 Valentino gown is the epitome of next season’s mod girl mood.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Balmain
Leopard is something of a perennial print, reigning supreme well into next season. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looks fierce at the 2014 Met Ball in this leopard print Balmain number. Spliced with leather and finished with a thigh-grazing hemline, there’s no questioning her model credentials.