THE STAR WARS: EPISODE VII PREMIERE IN LA

Many stars attended The Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens Los Angeles Premiere. A few celebs used Star Wars as a wardrobe inspiration, dressing in black & white, metal embellishments, textured pieces, and  lets not forget Princess Leia hair inspirations. Here are a few celebs I think rocked the red carpet.

Janelle Monae in Erevos Aether. I love the details of this dress it’s not over powering the garment, perfect choice for this premiere. I also adored her high braided bun/pony tail look added an dramatic affect to the ensemble. That jewelry too!!!!!!


Lupita Nyongo looked amazing in this Alexandre Vauthier all over sliver sequined gown.This was a show stopper piece and I believe was PERFECT for the Star War’s premiere. This gown also had some skin showing which I also loved. Not a lot of all over sliver pieces work but this one knocked the rest out the park.

Zendaya rocked this Michael Kors gray turtle neck and sliver gem embellished skirt. This was a very simple look for Zendaya, not normally what we expect from the young style guru but I still love this sophisticated look on her. The gray and sliver also went with the Star Wars theme. The skirt was also a great way to make this look pop.


Karrueche rocked the Star Wars red carpet in this Balenciaga crinkled white suit. She was also styled with Flash Tattoos, and two buns. Very modern day Princess Leia. I love this Balenciaga crinkled suit, I actually like it wore without a shirt. If Karrueche was able to full out the top a little more it would have been more appealing, or even a matching push up bra would have worked. She still looked Star Wars ready. 

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