Day: February 13, 2024

It’s been a huge few weeks for famed faces of all variations, and things aren’t looking so slow down any time soon. From awards shows, red carpet appearances, front row Fashion Week sightings and regular celeb business, the world’s most notable stars are out in full force, of course donning some seriously stylish looks. 

The latest celeb-adorned carpet was Salt Lake Cities 2024 Sundance Film Festival. From Aubrey Plaza wearing sneakers with tights to Julia Fox wearing a very Julia Fox-coded ensemble, here are all the best-dressed celebs that have taken to the carpet thus far. 

Aubrey Plaza

Aubrey Plaza wears a black turtleneck, cardigan, tights and mini shorts at 2024 Sundance Film Festival© Matt Winkelmeyer
Iconic behaviour

Just when I thought I couldn’t love her anymore, she pulls up to the function wearing sneakers and itty bitty shorts. Keeping things subtle, the White Lotus star layered a pair of opaque black tights under micro shorts and a black turtleneck under a long-line button-up cardigan. The whole look was topped off with a pair of sensible, high-top sneakers. 

Kristen Stewart

Kristen Stewart wears red trousers and a white vest and sneakers to attend  Sundance Film Festival © Matt Winkelmeyer
We love a casual red carpet look

Keeping things casual, Kristen Stewart wore a pair of red hot trousers, complete with a singular cream stripe down the side. She paired her funky pants with a distressed vest top and a pair of Adidas sneakers. 

Camila Cabello

Camila Cabello attends the "Rob Peace" Premiere during the 2024 Sundance Film Festival wearing a double denim look consisting of a maxi skirt and bustier corset© Dia Dipasupil
I am in love with the waistband detailing

Singer, songwriter and now actress, Camila Cabello proved that double denim in all forms is still very much on trend. The star paired a maxi denim skirt, complete with a train, and a front zip bustier corset together to create an effortlessly cool ensemble.

Julia Fox

Julia Fox attends the "Presence" Premiere during the 2024 Sundance Film Festival wearing a black sequin dress, cropped hoodie and black boots © Matt Winkelmeyer
Does she ever miss?

As per usual, Julia Fox came to play, donning an all-black outfit so complex you have to look twice. She paired a

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Sofia Richie Doesn't Plan to Buy Maternity Clothes

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Sofia Richie Grainge isn’t changing her style now that richie-is-pregnant-expecting-1st-baby-with-elliot-grainge/” data-ylk=”slk:she’s pregnant;elm:context_link;itc:0;sec:content-canvas” class=”link rapid-noclick-resp”she’s pregnant. 

“I’m not really tapping into maternity wear for this pregnancy,” Richie Grainge, 25, said in a Thursday, January 25, interview with Vogue, during which she revealed that she and husband Elliot Grainge are expecting their first baby, a girl. 

Richie Grainge went on to explain that she plans on “sizing up” as her baby bump grows. “I’m also not buying an entirely new wardrobe for this pregnancy. I’ve bought a few pairs of pants in bigger sizes, but I’m wearing my same jackets, sweats and trenches,” she told Vogue

Maternity style has evolved in recent years thanks to A-listers like Rihanna, Kourtney Kardashian and most recently Suki Waterhouse, who have all showed off their bellies in skin-baring ensembles on and off the red carpet. Richie Grainge appears to be following in their footsteps in her own way, as she told Vogue, “I’m about to have some fun with it now that I can spread my wings and fly.” 

Perhaps fans will get to see Richie Grainge’s take on pregnancy style through her own clothing line, which she teased last year. (In a different interview with Vogue in July 2023, Richie shared that she’s launching an 80-piece collection that reflects how she feels the most “comfortable.”) 

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Rwodzi said the mini film fest was a collaboration which showcased three films Ruka, Daughter of the Soil and I Wear My Culture.

INNOVATIVE award-winning film actress and producer Chiedza Rwodzi premiered a memorable film festival on December 6 called When Fashion and Film Collide at Padonhodzo in Newlands, Harare, where three fashion films were screened to a full house.

Rwodzi said the mini film fest was a collaboration which showcased three films Ruka, Daughter of the Soil and I Wear My Culture.

Rwodzi explained to NewsDay Life and Style: “I produced and acted in Daughter of the Soil and the other two films were collaborations with other creative teams. Overall, the event was a massive success because each award-winning film portrayed a high level of quality in visuals, storytelling and execution. The bar within filmmaking has been raised and it’s amazing to see creatives such as these collaborations creating such work. As a country, we should be proud and we must aim to support such projects that are competing and winning awards at regional and national levels.

“The event featured three award-winning films which shared a mutual element of fashion within storytelling. The key cast and crew of all three films chose to collaborate and host a screening of all these films to an audience of over 130 people. This event featured a variation of age demographics from 16 to 60 years of age and the tone of the event was both lively, yet also mellow with people from different backgrounds and professions colliding and networking.”

Eyes were glued to the first film to be screened, the multi-award winning film Ruka which received several impressive comments.

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