As Autumn has arrived let’s check the fashion trends being set by our favorite A-list celebs. October has already seen celebs gracing the red carpet of the Paris Fashion Week, a few star-studded premiers, and parties. Gear up to check out the classic coats, cozy knitwear, and warm boots that you need to get your hands on to keep you in the fashion game.
Check out the street style for some fashion inspiration for your wardrobe and the red-carpet style for the upcoming party season from our celebrity fashion pictures. Get all the inspiration you need and shop your favorite celebrity look at the same time.
Here are the looks from the Fashion Weeks this week that made heads turn
1. Jennifer Lopez in an elegant brown leather and suede jacket with a midi skirt
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Jennifer Lopez along with her boyfriend Ben Affleck was spotted leaving their hotel. She once again reminded us that she loves the color brown by wearing a monochromatic brown look. JLo wore an elegant brown leather and suede jacket with a midi skirt, high boots, a turtle neck sweater she completed her look with a cocoa-colored Channel Bag.
2. Gigi Hadid in Smart Cream Trench Coat
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Gigi Hadid was spotted in New York wearing a smart cream trench coat with floral patterned pants, which she paired with a light yellow sweater vest and collard auburn sweater.
3. Kim Kardashian in Balenciaga full bodysuit
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Kim Kardashian wearing the Balenciaga full bodysuit in pink from her iconic appearance on Saturday Night Live. She wore a hot pink velvet catsuit by Balenciaga that had her fully covered from turtleneck down to pink heels.
4. Ana de Armas in The Tonight Show
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Ana de Armas appeared on The Tonight Show wearing Alex Perry. The beautiful dress is from the designer’s PreFall21 collection.
5. Cardi B was stunned in a green tone on tone look with a matching bonnet
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Cardi B with her most talked-about looks from the Paris Fashion Week could not be missed. She wore three looks from the designer Richard Quinn’s Spring/Summer2022 collection.
6. Cardi B in a gold chest plate and a tabloid printed coat by the designer
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Cardi B was dressed by Schiaparelli when she attended Balenciaga’s Spring/Summer 2022 runway show.
The sculptural pieces in gold look like real works of art which are created by Daniel Roseberry for Schiaparelli. This innovative design and aesthetic have been brought on the red carpet by many celebs.
7. Zendaya in sculptural piece
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Zendaya debuted Loewe’s Spring/Summer 2022 collection at the Annual Women in Film Award Ceremony. The sculptural piece was just shown on the catwalk of Paris Fashion Week.
8. Phoebe Dynevor in Louis Vuitton
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Phoebe Dynevor in Louis Vuitton at the Cannes International Series Festival. She wore a metallic Louis Vuitton two-piece for the show.
9. Kirsten Dunst wore a stunning green floral dress
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Kirsten Dunst wore a stunning green floral dress for the premiere of her upcoming movie “The Power of the Dog” at the BFI London Film Festival. The elegant dress was from The Erdem “Carrington Garden Twill” Pre Fall 2021 collection, which she paired with siren–red pointed-toe heels.
10. Amal Clooney accompanied George Clooney at 2021 BFI London Film Festival
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Amal Clooney accompanied George Clooney appeared on the red carpet at the 2021 BFI London Film Festival for the premiere of her husband’s latest project, The Tender Bar. She wore a custom 16Arlington sequined gown which was paired with a feathered shrug, and white pumps.
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