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From Stella McCartney to Angelina Jolie; all the best celebrity looks this week so far

 There was a plethora of monochrome on the red carpet this week, as the A-listers got to grips with autumn dressing.

A host of stars turned up for the  Stella McCartney store Christmas lights switching on ceremony, with the likes of Kylie Minogue, Poppy Delevingne and Salma Hayek all in attendance. 

While we loved all the outfits, particularly Poppy's Stella McCartney wrestling mask motif sweater, it was Stella's black and white houndstooth jumper that made us really jealous.

Other incredible monochrome outfits also included Angelina Jolie's white Ralph & Russo Couture dress, and Kim Kardashian's chic all-black look, which incorporated her current favourite; a cropped legging as she went out and about in LA.

Take a look at more of our favourite looks from the weekend by clicking on the gallery below

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