Following her book store appearance at The Grove on Friday, Diane Kruger was out promoting her latest movie, ‘The Host’, again at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverley Hills, California.
Sadly, there isn’t a full-length picture, but you can get the gist of her look, which features a white shirt/dress and sleeveless blazer/dress from Victoria, Victoria Beckham’s Fall 2013 collection which is very much on trend.
Since we can’t see her shoes, we’ll focus on her Barbara Bui jewels from the Spring 2013 collection, which included a sterling-silver chain necklace and a matching bracelet, which some may consider heavy for such a look, but maybe the look would’ve been too one-dimensional without these accessories.
Keeping the same dark manicure from her previous outing, Diane opted for a simple ponytail on this occasion.
Following an interview on ‘Extra’ in Hollywood, California, Diane Kruger joined her co-stars Max Irons and Jake Abel, plus author Stephenie Meyer, for a celebration of the release of their new movie ‘The Host’ at Barnes & Noble bookstore at The Grove on Friday.
The actress got her promo tour off to a fine start, wearing a cute white cropped Carven blouse with a striking red leather Vanessa Bruno midi skirt with an A-line silhouette.
This isn’t the first time Diane has bared her midriff. You may remember that last year she wore a similar style Rochas top to InStyle’s Miss Golden Globe party.
Opting for a dark manicure, gold hooped earrings and natural, wavy tresses, the German beauty completed her look with suede Christian Louboutin ‘Miyousra’ pumps.
Diane Kruger was spotted grabbing a take-out from Joan On The Third (who do the best finger-licking chicken wings) in West Hollywood, California yesterday afternoon.
Carrying her can’t-live-without bag of the moment: The Alexander McQueen ‘Heroine’ bag and wearing her favourite 3.1 Phillip Lim blush pink snakeskin d’orsay flats, I was excited to see that our favourite fashionista was wearing a single pocket $79.90 two-tone chambray shirt by Spanish retailer Zara.
I think I would have a mild heart-attack if I saw Diane Kruger queuing behind me at favourite store.
Instead of opting for matching two-tone jeans, the German actress completed her look with Adriano Goldschmied ‘The Legging Ankle’ jeans in basket-weave grey.
Diane Kruger was spotted out shopping with her handsome BFF at The Grove in LA on Tuesday.
The actress, who had been shopping at Lanvin, wore a laidback look with no makeup, yet she still looks totally gorgeous.
Wearing pink Current/Elliott ‘The Stiletto’ skinny jeans, 3.1 Phillip Lim blush pink snakeskin d’orsay flats and a simple tee, the German actress becomes the latest celeb to carry the Alexander McQueen ‘Heroine’ tote.
Unlike the others we have seen, Diane’s features a lace laser-cut calf-hair overlay, which makes a bold style statement.
Diane Kruger graces the cover of Flare’s April 2013 issue wearing the same Bottega Veneta Spring 2013 dress we’ve seen on Rachel Weisz which was styled with a Louis Vuitton headband (also worn by la Kerry Washington), Efva Attling earrings and tri-colour Christian Louboutin pumps.
The rest of Diane’s editorial sees her wearing Miu Miu, Rochas and of course Chanel.
I’m excited to learn that Diane’s latest flick, ‘The Host’ – a film adaptation of Stephanie Meyer’s first post-Twilight adult novel – hits theatres on March 29. That means we get to see more of Diane’s impeccable style on the red carpet in the coming weeks.
Diane talked to Flare about her being a ‘Twilight’ fan, her character in the host and her special friendship with Karl Lagerfeld.
The magazine is out now. Here are some extracts from her interview:
On being a fan of Twilight: “I actually happen to be a big Twilight fan, which I’m not embarrassed to say. It sort of appeals to my inner teenage girl.”
On her character in The Host: “She’s so complex. She has that Stepford Wife-y kind of niceness yet there is so much more underlying there: rage and anger.”
On her friendship with designer Karl Lagerfeld: I’ve known him since I move to Pars when I was 16. He’s very kind and can be very funny and ironic and silly. In difficult moments in my life when I don’t really know who to talk to, I sort of drop by his studio and he knows me well enough to pick up on weird things. He really is one of the most interesting people I’ve ever met.”
On fighting hard for her role in Inglourious Basterds: “Every once in a while there comes a part where you feel like it was written for you. And it wasn’t. But I felt like I really cold bring something to it.
On valuing Joshua Jackson’s career input: “Nobody knows me better than he does. He knows exactly when I’m faking it and when I’m being sincere.