Kim Kardashian, Olivia Rodrigo and Khalid serve the looks in this week’s fashion round-up.
As a new season slowly dawns upon us, we are finally seeing the introduction to brand new spring-approved colour palettes and styles. And with celebs dressing up for everything from Instagram shoots, to TV appearances to the red carpet, we are finally starting to see this transition in action. So whether you’re looking for all-out Hollywood glamour or a subtle serve for a night of drinking and dancing, our favourite fashion icons have offered the range necessary to satisfy all of our mood-boards.
To see how the likes of Kim Kardashian, Olivia Rodrigo and Khalid are dressing, head below…
Olivia Rodrigo wears the ultimate gender reveal dress
One recurring guest of James Corden’s Late Late Show is the New York-based designer label, Area. Having dressed Dua Lipa for her appearance, the playful fashion house turned their attention to Olivia Rodrigo, styling her in a houndstooth mini dress fitted with vivid blue and pink feather appliqués at the shoulder straps. While the colours offered a neon pop to their black background, the singer finished the look with super-sheer tights and baby doll platforms. Much like her music, the look is at once innocent, stylish and packs a punk-inspired punch.
Adut Akech serves us a slice of battenberg
Showing us how to dress for springtime right, Adut Akech took to Instagram to show off her battenberg-inspired outfit with a sprinkle of Y2K flair. In a patchwork style, lemon yellow and rose-petal pink materials are sewn together, splitting at the hem to create a high thigh-split. As for accessories, Adut turns to the trusty Balenciaga Le Cagole bag with a candy-hued leather that matches the contrasting accents of the dress. Finishing the look with a pair of square-toed cream knee-high boots, Adut walks into this week’s roundup in style.
Khalid embraces his inner cowboy
Double denim is practically soaring into modern day styling, and elevating the concept to a whole new level is Khalid, who perched on his mustang to model a Westernised jean suit. Matching a jean jacket button-up with a loose-cut pair of pants, the co-ord is made all the more distinguished with silver snowflake adornments which are sewn all over the fabric. Topping the look with a bright white cowboy hat, Khalid offers a ‘fit suitable for all seasons.
Kim Kardashian wears Balenciaga blue
It is a rarity for Kim Kardashian to ever miss an assignment, and since becoming the face of Balenciaga — it would appear it is now impossible. For last nights Oscars ‘fit, a striking shade of cyan covered her floor length gown, which hugged every curve of her body before spilling into a long circular train behind her. And in keeping with Kim’s signature futristic style, the cool-toned piece was paired with black court sock-heels and a pair of metallic sunglasses. We wish our lawyers looked this good.
Sydney Sweeney brings the blonde back for the Oscars
Dripping in all things crystal, Sydney Sweeney brought back the blonde to serve classic Hollywood glamour on the red carpet. Designed by Miu Miu, the outfit begins at the top with an intricate mesh pattern embellished with hundreds of Swarovski crystals, giving way to an elegant lilac silk at the waist. Seamlessly hemming together the pastel coloured fabric with the nude lining of her crystal bodice, the piece is both timeless and refined.
A moment of silence please, Chlöe Bailey has left us deceased
Someone needs to give Chlöe Bailey’s stylist a raise, because there was absolutely no need to go this hard. Styling an off-the-shoulder floor length gown to last nights Oscars, Chlöe floated across the red carpet with finesse. When it came to the dresses thigh slit, the sky was the limit. Cutting away at the top of her ribcage, the slit elongates her jewel adorned legs, and gives more than enough airtime to her chunky Versace platforms. With drop-bead embellishments covering the top of the dress, a waterfall effect is created at the bottom by vertical streams of violet-coloured fabric. Eating up this week’s fashion round-up, it is fair to say there are officially no crumbs left.