Stylist: Emily Tighe
assisted by Alfred Humphries, Abi Robins, Zoha
Outfit: Chet Lo
Makeup Artist: Damien Diaz
Hairstylist: Linda Ha
Bag: Versace
Shoes: Versace
Jewelry: Swarovski

Christine Quinn rose to fame thanks to her role in “Selling Sunset” but also because of her innate sense of style on and off the screen. Today we take a look at what she wore to the British Vogue ‘Forces For Change’ Gala Dinner that took place on December 4, 2022 in London, England.

Quinn appeared to be wearing an alteration of the blue Chet LoSpiky Gown‘ from the Fall-Winter 2022 collection paired with white Versace Pin-Point leather pumps with curved high stiletto heels, sharp pointed toes and double buckle straps at the front.

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A big Versace lover, Christine accessorized the look with a white leather Versace Greca Goddess shoulder bag characterized by the central Greca chain gold hardware and detachable chain strap.

She adorned her wrist, neck and ears with Swarowski jewelry: a pair of Fluenta clip earrings, a Hyperbola bracelet and a Millenia necklace.

Her flawless makeup was courtesy of the precise hand of MUA Damien Diaz, who created for her a dark smokey eye, elongating the inner corner of her eyes with a little flick of liner; false lashes completed the look.

The hair was courtesy of hairstylist Linda Ha, very famous online for her uncommon ways of decorating hair. Indeed the upper part of her coif was combed in a middle part and entirely embellished with crystals while the lower part consisted in a long braid straight to Christine‘s knees.

Her nails seemed to be claw-shaped French press-ons. We are currently trying to determine who was the pro behind the look. We’ll make sure to update this space once we find out.

As for her stylist, this time Quinn collaborated with Emily Tighe, a very interesting discovery on this sunny day. She was responsible for the TV personality’s ensembles for both the Jacquemus show last December and the Schiaparelli Haute Couture show this past January.

I think Tighe elevated her look and gave a new meaning to Quinn‘s aesthetic: the looks were chic, without giving up her penchant for high glam and clothes that make people stare.

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Jacquemus on the left and Schiaparelli on the right


First launched in the September 2019 issue guest-edited by the Duchess of Sussex, over the last three years, Forces For Change has grown into a fully fledged movement, allowing Vogue to spotlight individuals across fashion, culture and politics who are fighting for much-needed positive change.

The event was held at The Londoner with Vogue’s Forces For Change partners BMWNike and YouTube.

The dinner was hosted by Edward Enninful and Vanessa Kingori, who is the Chief Business Officer of Condé Nast Britain and Vogue European Business Advisor. She is also British Vogue‘s Publishing Director.

The dinner was hosted by Edward Enninful and Vanessa Kingori, who is the Chief Business Officer of Condé Nast Britain and Vogue European Business Advisor. She is also British Vogue‘s Publishing Director.

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