The Marie Claire Fashion Team Dissect Last Night’s Looks

Today, Cheryl Cole, Abbey Clancy, Lily Collins, Diane Kruger, Kristen Stewart and Suki Waterhouse have their red carpet outfits analysed by Marie Claire's fashion experts.

As usual, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini‘s hair and make-up are flawless. But, for me, as pretty as she is in this pastel Michael Costello gown, I prefer her in short, flirty and fun numbers. Her jewellery is to die for, though – the delicate diamonds works perfectly against the statement frock.
Lucia Debieux, fashion editor


Our October cover star, Lily Collins, earning serious cool points on the red carpet here. It’s cute, it’s fun, and it’s playful – perfect for an actor her age and for a film like this. And the little hottie, Sam Clafin, on her arm is only adding to how much we love it! The understated make-up is perfect – anymore and it would have been a notch above the ‘just chucked on’ territory and into the ‘too thought about’ territory, which is all wrong for this happy-go-lucky starlet.
Holly Welch, junior fashion editor


I love Kirsten Stewart‘s J.Mendel dress, which is straight off the SS15 catwalks, but would have preferred it more teamed with black undies and a pair of black strappy heels to keep it all vampy.
Abisoye Odugbesan, senior fashion assistant

Suki Waterhouse, why would you ruin a perfectly fabulous dress with that jacket? I mean I love leopard as much as the next person, probably a lot more if you ask my colleagues, but this is just doing nothing for the Lanvin number underneath. A boxy oversized blazer would have looked much more on trend with the metallic pleats. As an aside, check out Whistles this autumn for a very similar skirt at high street prices.
Lucia Debieux, fashion editor


Looking fabulous in Michael Van Der Ham, Diane Kruger nailed it with the splash of pink on her oh-so-high sandals, and minimal accessories. I personally would have liked to pull her hair back, as there is quite a lot going on around the neckline/shoulder area, but the hollywood wave does add heaps of glamour, which is never a bad thing for a movie premiere, surely? Top of the style class again, Ms Kruger!
Holly Welch, junior fashion editor


I’m totally feeling Abbey Clancy’s Versus dress – elegant and demure one side and sexy mama on the other. I would have swapped out the glitzy jewels for something more modern but otherwise tick, tick, tick.
Abisoye Odugbesan, senior fashion assistant

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