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After officially surpassing two years of these 'unprecedented times', it's been a joy to see the welcome return of fashion week shows, evening galas and red-carpet events on the international calendar over the past few months.
We can always count on Oscars week to provide, and while this year's event (and afterparties) were certainly memorable for a number of reasons, for us, it was the sartorial choices that prevailed.
Read on for our round up of the chicest celebrity looks wearing Faradays exclusive designers over the past week, from the Academy Awards to noteworthy editorial shoots, all of which have left us feeling appropriately inspired for the world's imminent, and long-awaited re-opening.

The dress on every pinterest board since its debut on the Paris runway earlier this year saw the light of day again to much delight, at first on the ever-chic Suki Waterhouse, at the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscars Party, and later this week in sleeved form, in British Vogue, April 2022, on Anya Taylor Joy.

The Couture Crystal Dresses were handmade for Alexandre Vauthier by Maison Le Marie as part of the SS22 collection, looks 15 and 16.

A dream dress for those who adore all things metallic, this intricately beautiful and futuristic gown, also by the Parisian couturier got the red-carpet (or in this case, deep blue) limelight it deserved, worn by Camila Morrone at the Vanity Fair Oscars After Party.

Look three from the recent SS22 Couture collection.

Liya Kebede wore custom Maison Alaïa by Pieter Mulier for the Oscars this year; an oxblood velvet dream with a cut-out front and classic halter back.

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 27: Venus Williams attends the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on March 27, 2022 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Lionel Hahn/Getty Images)

Venus Williams in custom Givenchy, by Matthew M. Willams for the Vanity Fair 2022 Oscars After Party.

Venus wore an optic white matte silk cady bustier top with raw-edged cut-outs on the sides, worn with a high-waisted, white matte silk cady skirt.

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Timothée Chalamet wore Louis Vuitton womenswear, with patent boots by Christian Louboutin. New men's footwear with the infamous red lacquered sole is currently en route to Faradays, contact us here to learn more.

Anya Taylor Joy Vanity Fair Party Louboutin

Another fan of Louboutin for key eventwear looks, Anya Taylor Joy wore a sleek stiletto by the Parisian designer, with a minimal ankle strap; the perfect accompaniment to her sheer black gown.

Loewe’s dress of the season, the Colour Blur, has seen red carpets and Vogue covers and now today, on Kendall Jenner’s Instagram, showcasing its easy versatility in statement making rainbow tones.
Perfectly summing up Jonathan Anderson’s lauded new collection, the Colour Blur Dress is available now at Faradays. Click to reserve yours here or view in store.
Angus Cloud High Snobiety Loewe Neon Annagram

As part of his exclusive interview for High Snobiety last month, Euphoria's "Fezco" , a.k.a Angus Cloud, wore a classic Loewe Trench, made modern in electric Neon Anagram.

While our ready-to-wear offering sits in the womenswear buy at Faradays, the iconic Neon Anagram aesthetic can be achieved via a number of key pieces in the current new season collection. Or boys, do as Chalamet does, and borrow from the girls.