Paz Vega In Salvatore Ferragamo – Don Mendo Rock ¿La venganza? Photocall

Paz Vega recently attended the photocall for her latest movie ‘Don Mendo Rock ¿La Venganza?’ at the Hotel Majestic in Barcelona, Spain.

We’re very used to seeing the gorgeous Paz in sexy fitted looks, but on this occasion she gave us a very different look.

She wore a Salvatore Ferragamo Fall 2010 jumpsuit.

The jumpsuit is loosely fitted on the model, but it looks too big on Paz.

I love that she gave us something new, but I wish her jumpsuit was a size smaller and that the pants were slightly shorter.

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Paz Vega In Hannibal Laguna – 2010 Telva Awards

Paz Vega looked maravillosa at the 2010 Telva Awards which was held at the Palacio de Cibeles in Madrid, Spain last night.

The Spanish actress wore a breath-taking dress by her favourite designer, Hannibal Laguna.

Paz wears Hannibal Laguna as often as Renee Zellweger wears Carolina Herrera to put it into context.

Her dress with a shimmering embroidered bodice and a ruffled skirt is to-die-for. I’m drooling on my desktop – literally.

I just love the way she paired her dress with red peep-toes. Tres refreshing when black would have been the easiest and most obvious choice.

I’m not a fan of what appears to be home cut bangs, but her dress and heels more than make up for that.

It’s only Tuesday and I can easily make up a BDOTW poll already.

Paz will of course be a worthy contender.

Thank you for the runway picture.

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2010 Venice Film Festival “Balada Triste De Trompeta” Premiere – Paz Vega In Gucci

Paz Vega continues to look breath-taking on the red carpet during the 2010 Venice Film Festival.

This for me is her best look so far.

It amazing how beautiful she looks with minimal effort.

The Spanish actress wore a one-of-a-kind Gucci nude gown.

Her gown was enriched with beaded and crystal embellishments which dazzle on the red carpet

The drape neck detail is incredibly sexy and the pale pink satin belt adds a nice contrast.

When you’re this beautiful not much needs to be added, so Vega only accessorized with a gold bracelet.

These ladies at Venice Film Festival continue to blow me away.

I set the bar high and these ladies continue to deliver.

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2010 Venice Film Festival “Vallanzasca – Gli Angeli del Male” Premiere & Photocall – Paz Vega In Armani Privé & Dolce & Gabbana

Would you believe me if I said Paz Vega only gave birth to her son Lennon last month?

I wouldn’t believe me either but it’s true.

The Spanish actress is already back to her stunning best as she looked beautiful on the red carpet for the “Vallanzasca – Gli Angeli del Male” Premiere during 2010 Venice Film Festival last night.

She wore a Armani Privè bustier gown with black peep-toes.

Her body contouring black silk organza gown with a ruching on the bodice fits her like a glove, but I don’t like her side sweeping hairstyle.

It almost totally puts me off the look.

For the photocall Paz opted for a sultry Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2010 animal print and polka dot look.

She toned down the sexiness of this look by adding a cardigan and lining her skirt.

Black peep-toes and a loose ponytail complete this look.

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Who Wore Gucci Better? Paz Vega, Maggie Q or Gao Yuanyuan

Paz Vega attended the “Triage” Premiere during Rome Film Festival back in October.

She had our chins dropping to the floor as she walked the red carpet wearing a Gucci Resort 2010 gown.

The backless black long sleeve gown had a dangerous high split which showed off her patent Gucci pumps.

Maggie Q arrived at “The Art of Compassion PCRM 25th Anniversary Gala” in West Hollywood wearing the same dress last week.

The actress failed to recreate the magic I felt from Paz.

Gao Yuanyuan wore the same dress to the 2010 Hong Kong Film Awards this week.

She tried to spice up this look by wearing a black floral hair accessory and adding a silver brooch on the hip.

Despite all this Paz is still totally unbeatable in this look.

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