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Kate Winslet wore a giant gold rose on her head while attending the Longines Hong Kong International Races on Sunday because, guess what, she is Kate freaking Winslet and she can do whatever the hell she wants.
Including wearing feathers on her head when she goes to meet the Queen of England.
She can do anything!
The 37-year-old, who was with beau Ned Rocknroll, paired the floral Philip Treacy fascinator with a short-sleeved red knee-length Stella McCartney dress with lace panels at the shoulders and pale gold strappy heels.
But we couldn't quite focus on anything except the rose on her noggin.
Way to steal the show, Miz Winslet!
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Kate Middleton is not afraid to wear the same thing twice, and to the same event!
The Duchess of Cambridge wore her familiar double-breasted Diane von Furstenberg coat for Remembrance Sunday services at the Cenotaph in London on Sunday. It was the same coat she wore during last year’s ceremony honoring war veterans.
But we’re not complaining!
During such a somber occasion, we don't expect fashion to be foremost on her mind.
Kate also recycled her Philip Treacy hat, which she first wore to Prince William's passing out ceremony in 2006.
A crystal Remembrance Poppy and Black & Co bow gloves completed the Duchess' outfit.
She really knows how to make everything old new again!
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Our hat's off to her.
Her maroon Ellery dress with sequin accents was a lot of things, but flattering wasn't one of them. It looks like a DIY toga gone terrible wrong!
What do U think of Mischa's outfit? Fab or fail???
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Because dogs like luxury too!!
British designers are coming together to create canine couture for this year's Collars & Coats Gala supporting the Battersea Dogs & Cats Home!
Animal loving fashioners including
Break out the hairspray and the crimper! Because Jean Paul Gaultier is taking everyone back to the 80s!
On Saturday the French designer presented his S/S 2013 offerings, and like Philip Treacy, he had pop icons on the brain.
JPG said in his show notes:
"This is an homage to all the pop stars of the Eighties who have influenced fashion and my fashion with their look. Any similarity with real events or characters is purely noncoincidental."
JPG even threw in a David Bowie twin for good measure.
As for the clothes, they weren't so bad either. That is if you don't mind reliving all the 80s trends.
Check out show HIGHlights in the clip (above)!
The milliner's Michael Jackson meets Africa-inspired S/S 2013 collection was modeled by an all-black cast of models outfitted in some of the King of Pop's costumes and all we can say is it was a Thriller!
Mr. Treacy said of his fascinating collection:
"It was based on Africa getting rich. A future Africa and they just happen to be wearing Michael Jackson’s clothes. Jackson was exceptional — his talent, the dancing, the image, and I was touched to be able to work with his clothes. They were at my studio for a month before the show, and they were really freaking me out. I’d lift up a box, and there’d be a sparkly glove.”
Speaking of sparkly gloves, that was hands down our favorite piece!
Besides the obvious tribute to Michael Jackson, Treacy also dedicated the show to his late friends Isabella Blow and Alexander McQueen, with a gospel choir which brought tears to those seated in the front row.
Wow. Bravo, Philip!
Check out more designs from the milliner's show (below)!
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He may be gone, but Alexander McQueen is far from forgotten!
A new book featuring over 400 previously unseen pictures shot backstage at his fashion shows by photog Anne Deniau is hitting shelves this fall.
Entitled Love Looks Not With The Eyes, Deniau says she owes the book to Lee