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Elizabeth Olsen wore the Dior dress of our dreams, Hilary Rhoda was lovely in lace, and Olivia Palermo demonstrated the power of the suit. Here, the red carpet looks we couldn't get enough of this week.
Elizabeth Olsen at the Dior Cruise 2017 Show: Not to sound cliché, but we adore Dior. Quite frankly, what fashionista doesn't? Elizabeth Olsen is one of the iconic French fashion house's favorite style stars, thus she sat front row at their Cruise 2017 show across the pond in London. Naturally, she was clad in one of their designs: a showstopping mini dress with lace detailing, embroidery, and embellishment. If you're a woman known for all things sartorial you'll definitely want to slip into a frock like this for your engagement party—sure to start your whole pre-wedding journey in style. And her black accessories were all the way chic and completely wearable for years to come.
Hilary Rhoda at the 2016 Gordon Parks Foundation Awards Dinner: Zimmermann is the go-to dress brand for bohemian babes worldwide. We wouldn't normally peg supermodel Hilary Rhoda as one such beauty (she wears structured couture effortlessly after all), but she carried off that easy, breezy look perfectly this week. Her long-sleeve, white lace frock from the brand is bridal shower dressing at its finest. We loved the pop of color she added to the ensemble with bold red lips and her modern and sleek hair.
Olivia Palermo at the Piaget Possession Event: If trousers are your thing, you'll definitely want to opt for an expertly-tailored suit for your rehearsal dinner. Olivia Palermo is known for her head-turning dresses, but she demonstrated the power of a two-piece this week in a white Milly pairing—you can't get more polished than this. Her accents really made the look, though you may want to swap out her on-trend Stella McCartney platforms for something a bit more pared-down for the evening. Adding a gold choker was another stylish choice: an accessory you'll wear all year with everything from denim to your favorite ball gown.