Kiernan Shipka looks bow-tiful at the Kids’ Choice Awards

Kiernan Shipka was a fashion force to be reckoned with at the Kids’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday (23Mar19), rocking up in a bow-tiful Miu Miu dress.The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina actress looked stunning in her cute but elegant dress fro…

Kiernan Shipka was a fashion force to be reckoned with at the Kids’ Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Saturday (23Mar19), rocking up in a bow-tiful Miu Miu dress.

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina actress looked stunning in her cute but elegant dress from the label’s Pre-Fall 2019 line, which featured an embellished top with a cutout on the torso, a black bow on the waist and an ivory pleated skirt.

Kiernan completed her look with black accessories and stud earrings, and wore her blonde hair in a high bun. Inside the awards ceremony, held at the Galen Center in Los Angeles, the 19-year-old star posed with fellow stars including To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before actress Lana Condor, who looked stylish in a ruched white crop top and high-waisted red trousers.

Kiernan also shared a snap on her Instagram page alongside Bebe Rexha, as well as a shot which showed that her gorgeous dress had narrowly avoided being slimed during the awards ceremony – with a tiny bit of the green goop landing on her arm.

Elsewhere, The Kissing Booth star Joey King looked picture perfect as she posed for photographers ahead of the awards, wearing a Jacquemus ensemble consisting of a knit shirt and leather harness teamed with wide-leg leather cargo pants and a mini handbag.

And Janelle Monae also dressed to impress, wowing in a checked tuxedo jacket from the Petar Petrov spring ’19 runway collection which she wore as a dress. Finishing off her look, the Hidden Figures actress added a pair of Christian Louboutin ankle boots and a black hat, with yellow earrings complimenting the yellow accents in her boots.

Jennifer Hudson and Ally Brooke were two of the other stars who pulled out all the stops with their ensembles at the ceremony.

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Lana Condor stoles clothes from To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before set

Lana Condor has confessed to stealing a number of outfits from the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before set.The actress was catapulted to fame following the release of the teen romance movie last August (18), in which she played Lara Jean Covey and Noah C…

Lana Condor has confessed to stealing a number of outfits from the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before set.

The actress was catapulted to fame following the release of the teen romance movie last August (18), in which she played Lara Jean Covey and Noah Centineo starred as one of her love interests.

Speaking to People magazine, Lana has now divulged that she went home with a selection of her character’s clothes following her final day on the set of the hit Netflix project.

“I stole a lot. Like, a whole lot,” the 21-year-old laughed. “I’m sure they’re going to want it back, but I took quite a bit. I’m sorry!”

The Vietnam-born star admitted to taking a hoodie, shoes, and a jacket from her character’s closet.

Discussing the importance of fashion in her life, Lana went on to detail some of her own wardrobe staples, and highlighted how her go-to look makes her feel “bada*s.”

“A leather jacket makes me feel very confident,” she responded when asked what outfit makes her feel the most powerful. “I would say black jeans, a leather jacket, and a statement T-shirt.”

Lana went on to express her love for slogan shirts and suggested that she would finish the look with a pair of “great sneakers”.

And in a bid to empower women, the X-Men: Apocalypse star has joined forces with Old Navy and Suzanne Asbury-Oliver – the world’s only professional female skywriter – to kick off the #SKYSTHELIMIT campaign.

The initiative will deliver encouraging messages to women in cities all over the United States, in association with International Women’s Day.

Lana called her involvement with the project a “no brainer,” and emphasised that empowering women is close to her heart.

“The message of a hero as a woman and just shooting for the stars is something that I’ve always believed in,” the actress affirmed.

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