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It’s a double fashion feature here at One Style at a Time. If you thought all the fashion buzz ended with the closing of the Oscars show well, not quite. The Vanity Fair after party is always a main event where the who’s who of Hollywood gather to continue the Oscars celebration. In fact in recent years, the red carpet looks at these after parties have been better than those at the Oscars themselves. We didn’t want you to miss out on some of the best after party fashion. As you can see white continued to stand out as a trend as well as pastels, sequins and metallics. We have to say we preferred the gowns that Kerry Washington, Sofia Vergara and Rachel McAdams opted to wear at the Vanity Fair event. An improvement from the red carpet looks at the actual awards show.  ELIZABETH BANKS WAS A BEAUTY IN…

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Awards season came to a culmination on Sunday night as the 88th Academy Awards celebrated one of their most controversial award shows ever. Comedian Chris Rock hosted the event and showed no restraint when addressing the #oscarssowhite subject throughout the show. He was the right man for the job as he made his points clear with his signature comedic delivery. He kept the audience entertained in what was as expected a very long-winded show. Now on to the fashion of the night! We always want and expect are favorite actresses to pull out all the stops especially with so many beautiful gowns that we’ve been following for the past months on the runway. Yet, it seemed like although there were some standout fashion moments, overall the red carpet fell a bit flat in a collective way. There were some nominated actresses who failed in our opinion such as Alicia Vikander…

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Just when everyone had closed the chapter of New York Fashion Week it was time embark on a journey that includes London, currently Milan and later Paris Fashion Week. February and March are filled with runway shows from around the world that at this time are giving us a look ahead to the fall/winter fashion of 2016. With the Oscar awards less than a day away, surely the fashion frenzy behind the scenes is a stern reality. Stylists and celebrities partnering up with some of the biggest names in high-end fashion, jewelry, hair and makeup to bring together the best looks to one of the most photographed awards show. Currently, all eyes are in Milan and the risky, romantic, sexy and edgy fashion shows are at an all peak in Italy. One noticeable collection was the one by Les Copains. The collection was designed by Stefania Bandiera and included inspiration from…

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There is something quite special about witnessing a live fashion show and one of the best moments is to see a garment in action on the runway. Last week we had the pleasure of attending Leanne Marshall’s Fall/Winter 2016 show during NYFW. Perhaps the name sounds familiar? Leanne was the season five winner of Project Runway. She was born in Yuba City, California and now resides in New York where she continues to work on her ready to wear line and her signature bridal collection. She has also dressed some of the most elite ladies in music and Hollywood including, Carrie Underwood, Julianne Hough, Andie MacDowell and Paula Abdul among many others. Marshall’s designs are known for their feminine, timeless, light, flowing lines and this new fall collection proves to include that trademark effect. One after the other, these gowns were ethereal and just flowed as the models made their…

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Lela Rose is always one of the much-anticipated ready to wear fashion shows during NYFW. This past week she presented her fall/winter 2016 show  at the Gallery at the Skylight Clarkson Square venue. She is well known for very romantic and feminine daytime dresses that include prints and A-line silhouettes. She’s from the south so she understands the embodiment of lady-like and a polished style. For this coming fall, Lela decided to switch things up a bit and although she did present dresses that will surely appeal to woman and her long list of celebrity clients, separates were now a part of this collection. She was inspired to work with texture and dimensions and wanted to present her version of ‘modern suiting’. Some of the pieces included bell sleeves, embroideries, touches of metallics and a soft palette that included an earthy green moss hue. What was also new? Well, the…

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