Liv Tyler In Stella McCartney – “The Ledge” New York Screening

Liv Tyler looked sensational for the second time in a row yesterday.

This time she opted for a glamorous look wearing a Stella McCartney Fall 2011 modified Tokyo blue stretch dress, which she wore to the screening of “The Ledge” at Landmark Sunshine Cinema in New York City.

The vibrant two-tone fitted dress hugs her gorgeous womanly curves.

Stella’s BFF accessorized her look with Christian Louboutin Pigalle’s and a black Stella McCartney faux leather clutch.

Trademark side-swept curls and red lips completed her look.

I would like to add this to the BDOTW list, but let’s see how the rest of the week goes.

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21.06.11 Sidewalk Style

Sidewalk Style: Liv Tyler In DKNY

Liv Tyler looked in very high spirits today, as she was spotted leaving her home in New York City.

She was on her way to appear on the “The View” this morning wearing a cute DKNY lips print dress.

I adore her red Christian Louboutin ‘Devalavi suede peep-toes which perfectly complemented her look.

A black Givenchy ‘Nightingale’ bag and sunglasses were used to acccessorize her look.

You may remember that Tulisa Contostavlos wore a DKNY lips print jumpsuit to her first X Factor auditions in Birmingham.

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Liv Tyler Naomi Watts & Bono Front Row @ Stella McCartney Resort 2012 Presentation

Stella McCartney’s BFFs Liv Tyler and Naomi Watts turned out to support the unveiling of Stella McCartney’s Resort 2012 collection in New York City yesterday.

The colourful Hawaiian-style collection was showcased in a church fete setting in the West Village.

Liv opted for a simple summery colour-block Stella McCartney Resort 2012 Tokyo blue and white dress with nude Stella McCartney buckled faux patent-leather sandals.

Stella’s look was trademark Stella; blazer, tee and jeans. I think she lives in those grey ombre jeans.

Her celeb BFF Naomi Watts is also a huge fan of her Stella McCartney Resort 2010 black jacket which she’s worn several times.

She paired her jacket with an ivory embroidered top, red shorts and espadrille wedges.

Bono was the surprise guest at this event.

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Models danced around the garden with hula-hoops, blew bubble blowers, played croquet and took turns trying to crack open a Piñata in their Resort 2012 looks.

The looks ranged from sharply tailored blazers with cigarette pants, bow accented dresses, knit sweaters, bold stripes plus Hawaiian prints.

Accessories included bow front heels, faux snake-skin bags and shoes with pink neon trims, kitten heels and nude pumps.

No doubt Liv, Naomi or other celeb BFF Gwyneth Paltrow will be the first celebs to showcase this collection.

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Liv Tyler In Proenza Schouler – 2011 CFDA Fashion Awards

Best Use Of Colours Award
What I love about Liv Tyler is that you can never predict what she’s going to wear next.

At the 2011 CFDA Fashion Awards in New York City last night, we finally got to see a look from the Proenza Schouler Fall 2011 collection on the red carpet.

Her silk printed was accessorized with a Proenza Schouler belt, shoes and PS-11 clutch.

I love the dress; it’s so modern and vibrant. She really stood out on this red carpet.

The accessories really made this look one of my favourites from this event; especially those shoes.

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Liv Tyler In Stella McCartney – Stella McCartney Saks Fifth Avenue Boutique Opening

Liv Tyler co-hosted the opening of the Stella McCartney boutique at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York City with the designer yesterday.

The actress wore a black peplum dress from Stella McCartney’s Fall 2011 collection.

Her polka dress was presented as a jumpsuit during the presentation back in March.

I’m glad Liv opted for the slinky LBD. I have a feel the jumpsuit would’ve been to heavy on Liv. The dress is light enough to pass off as a summer look.

Liv kept it super simple with black sandals, no jewelry and pink glossy lips as the perfect finishing touch.

The event also showcased some of the Stella McCartney gowns celebrities wore to the 2011 Met Gala.

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