This week, we are bringing you the best of both fashion worlds. From red carpet serves straight from last night’s Fashion Awards to casual winter-ready daddy and daughter outfits, we are offering you variety, meaning that no matter what you have planned this week, you will have an outfit to match. Head below to see what the likes of Offset, Dua Lipa, SZA and Evan Mock have been wearing in this week’s Looks of the Week…
LOOKS OF THE WEEK
From SZA and Offset serving up some weather-appropriate inspiration to the best outfits from this year’s Fashion Awards, here is this week’s fashion round-up.
SZA was in full bloom
Nothing screams winter dressing like a co-ord. And, SZA is here to prove it. Whilst dripping in head-to-toe florals of vibrant lime green, candyfloss pink and tangerine hues, the “Good Days” singer was eye-catching, to say the least. With the look consisting of a high-neck catsuit, a sleeveless puffa jacket, arm-length gloves and matching heels, it was fair to say that SZA really dedicated herself to the ‘fit, and we appreciated it.
It was the Offset and Kulture daddy and daughter ‘fits for us
Cardi B’s status as one of our generation’s style icons is very much deserved. Turning out avant-garde looks and commanding the attention on every red carpet, it is fair to say that her style is next to none. But now, Offset and Kultre are here to prove that this is a talent that runs in the family. Donning all-black ‘fits, hoodies adorned with The Simpsons characters and matching mustard and yellow kicks, the pair set the standard for daddies and daughters everywhere, and it is pretty high.
Date night has never looked so good, thanks to the Biebers
Justin and Hailey Biber’s couple style has always been strong, but this week’s all-black ensembles from the pair are definitely ones worthy of note. With Justin’s slouchy trousers, knee-length leather jacket and simple beanie beautifully contrasting Hailey’s high-glamour crushed velvet catsuit, it is fair to say that they made dual dressing look easy. That does it, we are officially taking applications for matching ‘fit partners.
Fendi was on Evan Mock’s body
Now, it is time to turn our attention to this week’s star-studded Fashion Awards. And, when it came to menswear on last night’s red carpet, Evan Mock turned it out. Ensuring that practicality met style, the actor turned to the minds at Fendi to provide him with some weather-appropriate and monogram-heavy drip in the form of a subtle puffer jacket co-ord which was washed over in a swampy green colour and elevated by a black fur-trimmed hood. Some of the star’s signature skater boy style made its way into the look, however, as a half-zipped jacket exposed an array of layered necklaces, rounding off the look perfectly. Also, we are loving the frosted tips, Evan.
There is no doubt that last night’s designer of choice was Richard Quinn. With the likes of Priyanka Chopra, Tommy Dorfman and Elsa Hosk all deciding to dress in the British designer’s signature statement floral gowns, the red carpet was an undeniably vibrant affair as Richard’s work was celebrated, as it ought to be. And, while we wish we could unpack every single one of the looks that made its way down the carpet, we only have time for one. Enter Addison Rae. While her dramatic gown may not have boasted the designer’s signature nature-heavy patterning, a candy pink and crystal-adorned bust, that boldly clashed with a floor-sweeping black skirt, lay over the TikTok sensation and referenced all of Richard’s codes resulting in a statement look to be remembered.
Dua Lipa x Maximilian schooled us on red carpet dressing
While many opted for wild patterns and in-your-face branding last night, one star that used simplicity to make a statement was Dua Lipa. Turning to fashion’s brightest rising star, Maximilian, and his love of seamless tailoring and elevated elegance, the pop sensation wore a strapless gown that subtly extended from the hips and was complemented by matching detached sleeves and a choker-esque feature. All injected with a deep black shade, the look was the perfect embodiment of the ‘less is more’ fashion ethos.
Munroe Bergdorf gave us pleats on pleats
In the name of ending things with a bang this week, Munroe Bergdorf is the final star in our fashion round-up, and for good reason. With a dramatic bust-placed pleated halo surrounding her, the model grabbed attention as a lime green bustier and extended detached sleeves presented themselves. Contrasting with a black silk pleated skirt, the outfit’s designer, Robert Wun, and his love of all things folded became evident and definitely contributed to this being one of the standout looks of the night.