Donna Karan was the most worn designer of the week.
We were blown away by Jennifer Aniston wearing a colour other than black.
We were shocked not only by Katherine Heigl’s black hair but also her wardrobe malfunction whilst wearing Donna Karan, and Janet Jackson did loose and sophiscated in her Donna Karan ensemble.
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Donatella Versace was the “Designer of the Week” thanks to Jennifer Lopez who wore two Spring 2010 Versace looks during the Grammy Awards festivities.
Beyonce Knowles looked outstanding wearing an Atelier Versace look for her performance at the same event.
Donatella always produced eye-catching show stoppers, so it was no surprise that two of the biggest divas sort her pieces to show-off their fabulousity.
It just a shame Jennifer didn’t manages to work both looks too well.
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Thanks to Thursday nights “Calvin Klein’s LA Arts Month And ALAC Event”, Francisco Costa takes the title of “Designer of the Week” for Calvin Klein.
Kate Bosworth was by far my leading lady here and along with Ginnifer Goodwin who are both up for Best Dressed Of The Week.
Kate’s really been doing justice to Francisco Costa designs lately, as she also looked stunning at the Golden Globes after party in a Calvin Klein creation.
This collection is full of gorgeous pastels and floaty white dresses and I really like the light weight feel of all these looks.
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After an event filled week John Galliano is the ‘Designer of the Week’ as we saw many of his stunning Christian Dior creations hit the red carpet.
Both Elizabeth Banks and Marion Cotillard wore two Christian Dior looks each.
Elizabeth wore looks from the Resort 2010 and Spring 2010 collections to Golden Globes parties.
Marion wore Spring 2010 looks on the red carpet of the Critic’s Choice Awards and the Golden Globes.
No one was surprised considering she often wears Dior on the big occasions, plus she’s also the face of ‘Lady Dior’.
It’s not unusual to see Christian Dior worn so much on the red carpet as John Galliano designs are always a favourite during awards season.
It was great to see so many looks from the Spring 2010 collection.
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Italian fashion designer Alberta Ferretti is the ‘Designer of the Week’ after beating off stiff competition from those stunning Asian girls wearing Burberry Prorsum.
Rachel McAdams wore two Fall 2009 looks for her “Sherlock Holmes” European promotional tour.
Olivia Wilde opted for a dress from Ferretti’s Spring 2010 collection, whilst Sandra Bullock opted for a dress from Ferretti’s archives for her red carpet appearance at the Critic’s Choice Awards.
Below are pictures from Alberta Ferretti’s Spring 2010 ad campaign shot by Steven Meisel.
Don’t you just love the way the models look so pretty and graceful even though it’s evident they were bouncing up and down on a trampoline.
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