05.12.13

Michael Kors Milan Cocktail Party

Michael Kors Milan Cocktail Party

Michael Kors hosted a cocktail party at the Corso Vittorio Emanuele store in Milan, Italy yesterday evening.

Bar Refaeli: The model looked stunning wearing a Michael Kors Resort 2014 optic-white guipure-lace tunic and floor-grazing trouser combo styled with a white belt and a black-and-white Michael Kors ‘Hutton’ envelope clutch.

Carmen Kass: The model, who has walked many Michael Kors runway shows, provided the bombshell moment wearing a Michael Kors Resort 2014 open back dress with the same silver embroidery we saw on Katy Perry’s gown yesterday. She continued to shimmer with silver python sandals and a silver python clutch from the same collection.

Anna Dello Russo: The Vogue Nippon editor-at-large is back to her wacky-hat-wearing ways. Clearly her black-and-taxicab-yellow gown from the Michael Kors Fall 2013 collection wasn’t enough to garner attention, so she also donned a Piers Atkinson dunce’s hat with a furry pompom to ensure all eyes were on her. Anna styled her look with a gold Chanel bag and multi-coloured strappy sandals, which I love. You may remember that Kerry Washington wore this dress to the MTV Movie Awards. The majority of you disliked this look then; how do you feel now that it has been Dello-Russoed?

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Bar Refaeli In L’Agence – Maxim Hot 100 Party

Bar Refaeli attended the Maxim Hot 100 Party at Dream Downtown in New York City on Thursday.

The model wore a L’Agence Pre-Fall 2012 jumpsuit.

Her keyhole black jumpsuit was accessorized with shimmering bracelets and a Christian Louboutin Pigalle Spike Clutch.

This simple, classic look played up her natural beauty, but I find myself more attracted to the clutch than anything else.

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02.09.11 Premiere

Bar Refaeli In Emilio Pucci – “Carnage” Venice Film Festival Premiere

Bar Refaeli took to the red carpet last night for the “Carnage” Premiere during the 2011 Venice Film Festival.

She wore an Emilio Pucci Fall 2011 jumpsuit.

This is an interesting change of pace for Israeli model, as I’m so used to seeing her in mini dresses.

Her body looks outstanding in this jumpsuit with lace panels, but I would’ve preferred a gown.

Being effortless is one thing, but it wish she’d taken some time to do something with her hair.

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Who Wore Roberto Cavalli Better? Bar Refaeli or Zhang Jingchu

Bar Refaeli was a knock-out in this midnight blue Roberto Cavalli gown at “The Beaver” Premiere during the 2011 Cannes Film Festival last month.

She owned that gown like no one else could.

It really should come with a label on it saying” Do not attempt to wear this dress unless you wish to come off second best to Bar Refaeli.”

Zhang Jingchu wore the same dress in black last night to the 2011 Shanghai International Film Festival Opening Ceremony.

It doesn’t even come close to having the same impact. Click on the picture above to see more images.

Bar fills the gown out much better and her poise is more commanding.

Everything about Bar’s looks screams, “Look at me,” whilst Zhang Jingchu’s whispers, “Hello. I’m here. Can you see me?”

Bar wins by a landslide.

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20.05.11

More From The 2011 amfAR’s Cinema Against AIDS Gala

Fan Bing Bing: I was really disappointed that pictures of my girl at the ??2011 amfAR’s Cinema Against AIDS Gala didn’t show up until this morning. She glowed wearing a fuchsia pink Louis Vuitton strapless ruffled bustier gown. I love that she opted for a more natural look again, as this is when her beauty really shines through. LV L’Ame du Voyage collection jewels and a LV minaudiere completed her look.

Jane Fonda: The actress looked stunning wearing a Roberto Cavalli long sleeve beaded gown. I just love her emerald Chopard earrings which are the perfect complement to her look.

Charlene Wittstock: The blonde beauty arrived with her fiancé Prince Albert of Monaco wearing a Giorgio Armani Privé dove grey gown. Her multi-layered off-the-shoulder gown was embellished with crystals around the empire waist.

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