Who Wore Dsquared² Better? Anna Dello Russo or Selena Gomez

We all couldn’t help but notice Selena Gomez stun in her hot-pink fit-n-flare Dsquared² Resort 2013 dress at the 2012 Teen Choice Awards in Universal City, California on Sunday.

However, this wasn’t the first time this flirty little frock made its debut.

Anna Dello Russo was actually the one who spotted the feminine frock first and chose to wear it during Milan Menswear Fashion Week at the Dsquared² fashion show.

Anna paired this scooped neckline and flared skirt design with pink strappy YSL sandals and Olympia Le Tan’s book clutch.

The editor chose Oliver Goldsmith sunglasses to complete her look for a much more dressed-down, casual look than the pop diva.

Selena pulls off this hot-pink mini to a tee, accessorizing with Lana jewelry, star-burst earrings, and cream Herve Leger by Max Azria sandals for a more glamorous appeal on the pink carpet.

While the two both look pretty in pink, I can’t help but think this fit-n-flare number fits the young singer’s style better, plus I prefer her choice of accessories for a glitzier, glammed-up vibe.

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Anna Dello Russo In Dsquared² – Milan Menswear Fashion Week

Anna Dello Russo was spotted backstage following the DSquared2 Spring 2013 show during Milan Menswear Fashion Week with designers Dean and Dan Caten.

Like many celebrities, Anna has enough kudos points to have the honour of wearing the recently presented Resort 2013 collection straight from the lookbook shoot.

Is pink Anna’s favourite colour?

It could well be as this is the second time the editor-at-large for Vogue Nippon has worn the vibrant colour head to toe.

On this occasion her DSquared2 Resort 2013 mini dress with a scooped neckline and flared skirt was styled with pink strappy strap sandals and a quilted pink clutch from the same Dsquared² collection.

Ghetto fab sunglasses from Celine completed her look.

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Anna Dello Russo In Caterina Gatta – Milan Menswear Fashion Week

Anna Dello Russo has been known to stop traffic and I’m pretty sure that was the case when she stepped out during Milan Menswear Fashion Week wearing this colourful confection.

Her favourite labels seem to be Dolce & Gabbana, Prada and Moschino, but on this occasion the editor-at-large for Vogue Nippon showcased a look by an up and coming Italian designer Caterina Gatta.

Using vintage prints and fabrics of top labels, such as YSL, Gianni Versace, Pierre Cardin, Givenchy and Valentino, has earned Caterina much praise and recognition, including Vogue Italia’s emerging designers programme.

The pieces are vibrant and bold, yet still pretty and very feminine.

Caterina Gatta’s Fall 2012 collection has just arrived on the farfetch US and farfetch Intentional
virtual shelves so shop the collection now.

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02.07.12

Front Row @ Christian Dior Fall 2012 Couture

Celebrities, editors, designers and even royalty were seated in the front row of the Christian Dior Fall 2012 Couture presentation held in Paris, France, this afternoon.

Mélanie Laurent: The French actress was my favourite from all the attendees at this event. I’m most in love with the printed bell-shaped tiered skirt which she styled with the same satin blush sleeveless top from the runway. I’m not missing the necklace, but I would’ve preferred it had she tied back her beachy wavy locks.

Princess Charlene of Monaco: Dressed in head-to-toe pink Dior, the Princess looked uber chic even though I wish she opted for a belt.

Anna Dello Russo: The editor-at-large for Vogue Nippon has always been fearless when it comes to fashion, but I’ve never seen her show off so much skin. Dressed in a hot-pink Fausto Puglisi Spring 2012 dress with cut-out details and an elaborate gold-embroidered detail, the look is styled with all pink accessories including a Valentino clutch and YSL shoes. TMI or fearless fashionista?

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Anna Dello Russo In Prada – Spring 2013 Milan Menswear Fashion Week

Anna Dello Russo is known for her crazy headwear, so it was no surprise to see her don a ‘Bambolina’ hat by her favourite milliner Alan Journo during Milan Menswear Fashion Week.

Dressed in a Prada Fall 2012 look, the Editor-at-large for Vogue Nippon stood out wearing a sleeveless version of the look with a 70s style print which hit the runway back in March – it is summer after all.

I love the look, much more than the Peter Pilotto, but those veiled fascinators are a bit stale. They were interesting three seasons ago, but now not so much.

The rest of her styling I do love. She carried a Prada Fall 2012 tote with a contrasting but equally eye-popping print with a Ca&Lou bracelet and statement earrings.

Does she still have it? Or are you tired of her freaky fascinators?

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