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Art of Style

This week’s best dressed

From stylists and editors at fashion shows to celebrities on the red carpet and models, well, anywhere: if you want to learn new styling tricks and be inspired by the world’s most fashion-forward women, look no further

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WHO: Kaia Gerber

WHAT: The model celebrated the launch of her Jimmy Choo collaboration wearing a super-slinky embellished chainmail midi dress and black mules from her limited-edition collection

WHERE: The Jimmy Choo x Kaia Garber launch event, New York City

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WHO: Liya Kebede

WHAT: Simply does it for the model and designer, who channeled practicality and warmth with a checked gray winter coat, voluminous scarf and perennially popular Veja sneakers. A bright bag adds a pop of color

WHERE: The Longchamp show, New York City

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WHO: Laura Dern

WHAT: It’s all about the neckline in this classic-with-a-twist black column gown. A pale pink jacket softens the overall look

WHERE: The 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, LA

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WHO: Janelle Monáe

WHAT: The musician and actor stuck to her signature black-and-white color palette – which she has said in interviews is a “dedication to uniformity and wanting to have a uniform like the working class, like my mom and my grandmother” – with this polka-dot silk midi dress by Reformation, accessorized with a smart black hat and a tasseled gold box bag by Carolina Santo Domingo

WHERE: The Alfre Woodard 11th Annual Sistahs’ Soirée, LA

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WHO: Katie Holmes

WHAT: The actor ticks all the classic boxes in this faultless ensemble, nailing a pussy-bow-blouse-with-jeans look and finishing it off with a navy blazer and timeless trench coat

WHERE: New York City

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WHO: Laura Harrier

WHAT: Statement double-hoop earrings, which Harrier showed off with slicked-back hair, added a party-ready edge to this effortlessly cool, slouchy belted jumpsuit, finished with patent strappy sandals

WHERE: The Alfre Woodard 11th Annual Sistahs’ Soirée, LA

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WHO: Carolyn Murphy

WHAT: The model opts for monochrome modernity, topping a black jumpsuit with an oversized white blazer, both by Proenza Shouler

WHERE: The Proenza Schouler show in New York City

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WHO: Cate Underwood

WHAT: The model and photographer tops a mannish white pinstripe suit by Dion Lee with a bright leather trench; classic split-toe Maison Margiela boots add a directional slant

WHERE: The Jonathan Simkhai show, New York City

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WHO: Renée Zellweger

WHAT: The Oscar-winning star put a modern spin on ’50s style with a suede and lace pencil skirt by Tom Ford, an elegant black cardigan, satin pumps and a simple clutch bag

WHERE: The Tom Ford FW20 runway show, LA

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WHO: Ella Balinska

WHAT: Lanvin’s caped white jacket was a fitting choice for Charlie’s Angel heroine Ella Balinska, who teamed it with black shorts, also by the French label

WHERE: The 13th Annual Essence Black Women In Hollywood Awards Luncheon, LA

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WHO: Karen Elson

WHAT: An assymetrical, mustard-colored top provided the perfect counterpoint to black pants, while square-toed shoes and a tan bag gave a tonal finish, all by Proenza Schouler

WHERE: The Proenza Schouler show in New York City

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