Rosie Huntington-Whiteley In Antonio Berardi – Vogue CFDA Fashion Fund Dinner

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley In Antonio Berardi - Vogue CFDA Fashion Fund Dinner

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley skipped the day event, but attended the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Dinner held at Bouchon in Beverly Hills, California yesterday evening.

The actress/model wore a white strapless jumpsuit with a croc-stamp bust from Antonio Berardi’s Spring 2014 collection, which is the minimalist version of the pink embellished runway look.

I love the simple clean lines of this look, which is expertly tailored and fit to perfection.

Many of you weren’t so keen on a similar jumpsuit worn by Lea Michele for the day event, so how does this one fare?

A gold Jennifer Fisher necklace and a Christian Louboutin ‘Cleo’ taupe textured-suede clutch completed her minimalist look, which saw her deciding to opt for barely there makeup.

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You can buy Rosie’s Jennifer Fisher Brass Reverse Choker from Barneys.com.

Credit: Style.com & McMullan/Sipa USA

15 thoughts on “Rosie Huntington-Whiteley In Antonio Berardi – Vogue CFDA Fashion Fund Dinner

  1. Alina

    This is flawless. I love the simple approach, but I bet she would have looked stunning in the runway version.

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  2. Nat39

    The runway version is certainly a bit more interesting but Rosie’s sharp minimalist version is much more to my liking, very fresh and clean, and Rosie has a perfect frame to carry it off beautifully.

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  3. Anj

    It’s a good look, but the runway version is leaps and bounds more interesting. I prefer the runway jumpsuit a lot more.

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  4. Eri

    While I love her in this white number, I would have loved to see her in the runway version. The blush pink colour is perfect for her skin tone!! And Rosie in roses… ;)

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  5. KatieKate

    She looks so perfect and amazing, and normally I would end that sentence with a period. BUT, seeing the runway version, I can’t help but wonder how much even more beautiful she could have looked in it.

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