Week’s best celebrity style: Jourdan Dunn, Alicia Vikander, Blake Lively and more

By Ava Baccari

Whatever your stance on Valentine's Day is, it's hard to deny the allure of romantic whisper-light chiffon and pretty-in-pink prints this time of year. And celebrities weren't shy about wearing their hearts on their candy-coloured sleeves this week when stepping out for red carpet events.

Burgeoning style star and Best Actress contender Brie Larson showed off her flirty and feminine side at the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Los Angeles. The 26-year-old Room star has been demonstrating her strong sartorial instincts throughout red carpet season and her Emilia Wickstead printed skirt and billowy rose-coloured blouse were no exception.

Also attending the luncheon in a pink-hued ensemble was Canadian actress Rachel McAdams, who rocked a feminine Prada frock. The Spotlight star, 37, is up for her first Oscar in the Best Supporting Actress category, and has been wowing in couture creations in the lead-up to the Feb. 28 awards show.

Over in New York, Blake Lively had a stylish date night with husband Ryan Reynolds at celeb-filled amfAR Gala. The loyal Chanel fan chose a glittering creation from the house's Fall 2014 collection and paired it with equally luminous Christian Louboutin heels.

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The rest of the week was dominated by style stars like Jourdan Dunn and Elizabeth Banks in romantic floral prints, while actresses Emily Ratajkowski and Diane Kruger opted for softer feminine hues. And Alicia Vikander made us fall in love with head-to-toe fuchsia in her Barbara Casasola ensemble. Clearly, romance – or its stylish counterpart – is in the air in Hollywood this week!

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