Week's Best Celebrity Style: Ashley Graham, Niki Taylor, Sienna Miller and more

By Ava Baccari

If the red carpets have been looking a little spotty lately, we can thank the whirlwind of mod-style, polka-dot prints that A-listers have been rocking. This total ’60s #throwback has resurfaced in playful, black-and-white cocktail dresses as well as sophisticated suit underpinnings on the likes of everyone from Coco Rocha to Emily Blunt. Whether it’s lighting up the red carpet or the front rows at fashion week, this black-and-white trend is clearly red-hot!

Sienna Miller took an elegant, menswear-inspired twist on the classic LBD with her pleated Michael Kors day dress. She anchored the look wtih flat sandals and tied a coordinating scarf chicly around her neck for a polished finish.

Supermodel Ashley Graham proved that when it comes to cut-outs and prints, you really can have it all in one look. The Addition-Elle spokesperson donned a flattering Prabal Gurung cocktail number with a feather motif and subtle polka print along one shoulder and the thigh-high slit.

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American beauty Niki Taylor's oh-so-nostalgic Marc Jacobs dress (complete with a chic pussy bow) managed to channel the Youthquake of yore without appearing like a costume. The gorgeous model paired the spotted white dress with black heels, an envelope clutch and old Hollywood curls for an Insta-worthy throwback.

The playful print was also spotted on Coco Rocha (in Jeremy Scott), Padma Lakshmi (in Monique Lhuillier), Rachel Weisz (in Altuzarra), and Emily Blunt (in Michael Kors Collection). Leave it to Chrissy Teigen to rock a bold dotted Michael Kors Collection look – featuring a crop top, pencil skirt and overcoat – for a spot-on take on the fall trend.

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