Vogue Australia 50th Anniversary Dinner, Syndey
Unfortunately we didn’t get any dramatic looks, no picks from our Red Carpet Wish lists and no couture from Cate Blanchett at this event, but regardless it’s always a treat to see her on the red carpet.
She looks outstanding wearing a burnt orange long sleeved vintage Ossie Clark gown with an ivory necklace.
“A Streetcar Named Desire” Press Night, London
Rachel Weisz wore an animal print Isabel Marant Fall 2009 sheer with black peep-toes accented with a gold floral detail.
Although I’m not crazy about the detail on her shoes, I adore her dress, even though it’s showing us her bra.
Isabel Marant make such fabulous pieces. I hope we see more celebrities wearing their pieces in future.
Out & About, Berlin
Even when she’s out shopping in Berlin, Diane Kruger is still incredibly stylish.
The German actress wore a Stella McCartney Resort 2010 ensemble which included a yellow tank top she wore off-the-shoulder, with a blue striped tulip skirt.
She added flats and a white Chanel quilted bag to complete her ‘off-duty’ look.
I adore her skirt. Another piece added to my never-ending wish list.
X-Games “Red Bull Toasted” Honors Action Sports Icon Travis Pastrana, LA
A LBD as short and tight as this can go so wrong, but I think Audrina Patridge looks amazing in this Michelle Mason Spring 2009 dress.
She’s starting to come into her own now that she’s no longer in Lauren’s shadow.
“Taking Woodstock” New York Premiere
With her long wavy hair falling down her shoulders, Claire Danes wore a blue silk Sonia Rykiel Resort 2010 wrap dress with delicate ruffles.
Her dress is longer than the runway version, which I can’t say I’m surprised about considering we’re talking about Claire Danes.
In keeping with her usual simple style, she only added a platinum bracelet and strappy heels to complete her look.
Lynn Collins has finally been weened off wearing top hats to every red carpet appearance, but she’s replaced that look with a headband.
Wearing a Kova & T green mini dress and nude Brian Atwood Katie Bis sandals I would say her look was great had it not been for the over excessive bronzing.
Dolce & Gabbana: The Make Up Selfridges Launch, London
So now all those Scarlett Johansson posters in Selfridges yesterday make sense, they were prepping for Scarlett’s Dolce & Gabbana make-up launch.
The actress looked very sophisticated and refined in her Dolce & Gabbana ensemble. I especially love her floral flutter sleeve blouse and orange sorbet peep-toes, but I’m still struggling with the hair.
I do usually love Scarlett wearing bold red lips, but I don’t think it quite works with her ensemble.
“JLo for Yamamay” Collection Launch, Rome
Jennifer Lopez was in Rome yesterday to promote her new underwear collection.
The actress wore an ivory chiffon gown with an embellished neckline and a matching Alaia waist belt.
She carried a glittering silver Swarovski clutch which sparkled like her jeweled T-bar sandals.
Her locks were have been lighten with some blonde streaks which I’m not particularly fond of.
How many of you feel like you have seen this look many times before?
Mont Blanc, Austria
Dita von Teese wore a traditional Austrian dirndl while at the Mont Blanc boutique in Salzburg.
It would’ve been great if she’d changed her hairstyle just this once to really get into the spirit of things.
2009 Salzburg Festival – ‘Welcome to Nowhere’ Premiere, Austria
This is the Dita von Teese we’re most used to seeing, looking glamorous wearing a Moschino cream tiered plisse chiffon gown.
AMC Cocktail Reception, LA
Christina Hendricks strikes a stunning pose wearing a emerald Catherine Malandrino pleated empire waist dress with ruffle sleeves.
Gold accessories complete this look.
January Jones wore an interesting sheer Sretsis dress with two diamante bow appliqués to cover her modesty.
I love her hairstyle. Tres chic.
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