Who Wore Roberto Cavalli Better? Elisabetta Canalis or Jane Fonda

Back in February 2011, Elisabetta Canalis hosted the Sanremo Festival wearing a stunning Roberto Cavalli gown.

She wowed the audience wearing a red-sequined Roberto Cavalli gown.

With her enviable glossy locks falling down her shoulders, she completed her look with black sandals and a pink pout.

Jane Fonda wore the same gown to the ‘Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted’ premiere on day three of the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.

Her gown was teamed with ruby Chopard jewels and she also opted for black sandals and a natural pink lip colour.

For continuing to put women half her age to shame and for the addition of those stunning earrings, Jane wins for me.

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Roberto Cavalli Cannes Store Opening Parties

Roberto ‘I Am The Party’ Cavalli opened his first boutique at 67 Boulevard de La Croisette during Cannes Film Festival yesterday, and he threw a lavish cocktail party on the beach followed by a dinner party on his yacht to celebrate.

For the cocktail party the celebs opted to wear cocktail dresses.

Bar Refaeli and Rosario Dawson opted for sexy embellished Cavalli minis with nude pumps, whilst Elisabetta Canalis wore an asymmetrical Cavalli LBD with a sheer embellished top.

For the boat party the stars opted for long flowing gowns.

Brooke Shields wore a black Cavalli gown with a vibrant floral print which has been worn before by Solange Knowles.

Alessandra Ambrosio glowed in a creamy lace-up gown from Cavalli’s Spring 2011 collection

Sonam Kapoor wore a nude embellished draped Cavalli gown which Heidi Klum wore last year.

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Elisabetta Canalis In Roberto Cavalli – Sanremo Festival 2011

The Sanremo Festival 2011 continued last night in Italy with host Elisabetta Canalis wearing 3 Roberto Cavalli gowns.

The gorgeous gowns were especially created for her the designer and they were a lot less revealing than the looks she had worn the previous night.

The first was a gorgeous peachy nude flamenco-style gown with a rise and fall tiered ruffled skirt with she paired with embellished sandals for a touch of sparkle.

I wish she’s opted for an updo with this look.

Her second gown was a taupe halter gown with a flowing train, keyhole detail and light embellished details on the bodice.

Elisabetta’s final look was a fully sequined Bordeaux long sleeve dress.

The sleeves have fewer sequins than the body of the dress which makes it look like the sleeves are lighter shade of Bordeaux.

From this collection I can’t pick a favourite from 1 and 3.

Which do you prefer?

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Elisabetta Canalis In Atelier Versace & Emilio Pucci – Sanremo Festival 2011

George Clooney’s girlfriend was the host of the Sanremo Festival 2011 which took place at the Ariston Theatre in San Remo, Italy this week.

The actress/model opened show wearing a stunning Atelier Versace red chiffon one shoulder gown entirely encrusted with Swarovski crystals.

She paired Versace gold platform heels to complete her stunning looks

Her second Atelier Versace was even more of a jaw dropping moment.

Her icy grey fully beaded column gown with open back hugs her enviable figure.

On this occasion she teamed her look with silver Versace sandals.

On the second day Elisabetta wore three Emilio Pucci dresses especially created for her by Peter Dundas.

He certainly knows how to accentuate her best assets.

All three have the designers signature sexy cut-out details.

Whilst the dresses have the cut-outs details in common they differ in that the white dress has long sleeves, the black sequined dress has one sleeve and the gold is sleeveless with a thigh-high split.

I love that she opted for these two designers as they both know and enjoy dressing gorgeous womanly figures like Elisabetta.

Which look is making you die? The icy grey Atelier Versace is wearing me out.


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2010 Emmy Awards – Elisabetta Canalis In Roberto Cavalli

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They didn’t walk the red carpet of the 2010 Emmy Awards which was held at the Nokia Theatre in LA, but George Clooney and his girlfriend Elisabetta Canalis were spotted backstage at the Trophy Room.

He wore a classic Giorgio Armani tuxedo, whilst she looked stunning wearing a white silk crepe Roberto Cavalli gown.

She completed her look with an ivory clutch and minimal make-up.

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Rome Film Festival Weekend Catch Up

“Viola Di Mare” Premiere

Maria Grazia Cucinotta was by far my favourite on the red carpet this weekend.

The stunning actress looked divine wearing an Armani Privé spiral gown which was embroidered with Swarovski crystals.

This gown is very similar to the Privé gown Sharon Stone wore recently.

Isabella Ragonese wore a beautiful dress with an unmistakable Missoni floral print from the Fall 2008 collection.

The grey and blue print dress had ruffled shoulders and an embellished detail cascading down one  side.

We don’t often get so see Roberta Armani on the red carpet, but she doesn’t disappoint wearing a Giorgio Armani Fall 2009 two-tone black on gold bustier dress.

Her brunette locks were swept to one-side, as she paired her dress with Armani accessories.

“Viola Di Mare” Photocall

I loved Isabella Ragonese’s Missoni dress, but I wasn’t crazy about her Isabel Marant Fall 2009 look.

I much prefer the runway colour combination.

“Up In The Air” Premiere

I wasn’t a fan of Elisabetta Canalis last red carpet look, but she does a complete 180 by looking spectacular wearing an Armani Privé Fall 2009 midnight blue strapless velvet gown, with a lighter blue satin bodice.

She opted to wear her sash around her neck rather than tying it into a cute bow as the look was presented on the runway.

George Clooney was decked out in Giorgio Armani tuxedo.

“The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus”

Lily Cole opted for a very familiar Dolce & Gabbana black corset gown, which looks amazing on her.

Despite seeing this gown many times in various colours, I’m not bored seeing it on Lily.

Rose McGowan toned down the sex kitten for a demure look despite the bright fuchsia colour of her Dolce & Gabbana gown.

Normally her looks are shorter, tighter and more revealing.

“The Last Station” Premiere

Helen Mirren was perfection personified – as always – wowing the crowds wearing a sleeveless gown with a large bow and diamond brooch detail.

She was easily my second favourite from this weekends looks.

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