Known for its labour-intensive handwork and arty references, American brand Rodarte’s latest Spring 2017 collection is currently the most popular label A-list celebrities are wearing on the red carpet. Its production is typically tiny, but it’s one of the few small labels that still continues to put out solid work while protecting its artistic integrity.

Below, take a look at the celebrities who wore the dreamiest dresses off its Spring 2017 runway:

#1: Emma Stone

American Vogue‘s November cover girl Emma Stone was the very first celebrity to wear the Spring 2017 collection to the premiere of her latest musical film La La Land at the Mill Valley Film Festival. It’s a fitting look for Stone, who is known to rock feminine looks that come with a twist.


#2: Elle Fanning

Rodarte’s designers, the Mulleavy sisters, were reportedly inspired by bees for this collection. So was Maleficent actress Elle Fanning, it seems: She added a touch of honey-toned eyeshadow to her lemon chiffon yellow outfit. Perfectly on the mark as well, as we’re calling yellow one of the hottest colours next Spring.


#3: Nicole Kidman

The A-lister opted for a more complicated piece with a honeycomb-inspired bodice to promote her latest film, Lion. She paired it with metallic gold sandals that looked to be entomologically inspired as well – this time by butterflies perhaps?


#4: Kristen Stewart

Twilight star Kristen Stewart has certainly come a long way from her vampiric start; these days, the Adventureland actress is one of the faces of Chanel and is known for her cool androgynous style. Here, she picks the most unconventional look out of the four – an asymmetrical lace blouse paired with rock-chick pants emblazoned all over with safety pins. It may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but Stewart pulls it off with her signature nonchalant attitude.


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