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02.07.12

Front Row @ Christian Dior Fall 2012 Couture

Celebrities, editors, designers and even royalty were seated in the front row of the Christian Dior Fall 2012 Couture presentation held in Paris, France, this afternoon.

Mélanie Laurent: The French actress was my favourite from all the attendees at this event. I’m most in love with the printed bell-shaped tiered skirt which she styled with the same satin blush sleeveless top from the runway. I’m not missing the necklace, but I would’ve preferred it had she tied back her beachy wavy locks.

Princess Charlene of Monaco: Dressed in head-to-toe pink Dior, the Princess looked uber chic even though I wish she opted for a belt.

Anna Dello Russo: The editor-at-large for Vogue Nippon has always been fearless when it comes to fashion, but I’ve never seen her show off so much skin. Dressed in a hot-pink Fausto Puglisi Spring 2012 dress with cut-out details and an elaborate gold-embroidered detail, the look is styled with all pink accessories including a Valentino clutch and YSL shoes. TMI or fearless fashionista?

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30.03.11

Sharon Stone In Christian Dior – Gorby 80 Gala At The Royal Albert Hall

Sharon Stone gave us some old Hollywood glamour on the red carpet at the Gorby 80 Gala At The Royal Albert Hall in London tonight.

The blonde actress is frustratingly inconsistent on the red carpet, but she pulled out all the stops on this occasion wearing a Christian Dior gown.

Her pink silk gown with silver embroidery is exquisite. It’s classic Stone.

I’m sure many of you will think she looks slightly disheveled because of her hair, but it been a windy night so we can forgive her on this occasion.

Do you think Sharon is back to her delightful Dior best?

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28.02.11

2011 Oscars Round-Up

Helen Mirren wore a one of a kind gunmetal grey Vivienne Westwood Couture gown to the 2011 Oscars last night.

I love the puffy sleeve detail, the square neckline and matching satin clutch.

Cartier jewels completed her look.

Sharon Stone was of course in Dior.

The red carpet wild card was surprisingly subdued. Her black silk crepe one shoulder gown with ostrich feather detail was a great look for her.

Usually she heads to the worst dress list without passing Go and without collecting 200, but she looks fabulous here.

Celine Dion looked stunning wearing a Giorgio Armani Privé evening gown with a plunging neckline and bold shoulders. I love the silhouette.

She dazzled with Van Cleef & Arpels diamonds. Read More…

27.10.09

Rock the Kasbah Gala

Kristin Cavallari is too evil to wear this cute white dress. j/k

It’s actually a very cute look for her, and she doesn’t usually do cute.

I have compared the dress to the Miu Miu Spring 2008 dress, but I’m not sure if Kristin’s dress is modified or just a very good copy.  I’m leaning towards the latter.

What do you think?

Daisy Fuentes snuggled up to the man who used to be on posters all over my bedroom as a kid – Matt Goss from Bros.

Remember them?

The beautiful actress looked flawless in a peacock Tadashi Shoji halter gown with gathered waist, whilst he looked good in a 3 piece suit.

Lindsay Price was my favourite on this red carpet, as she dazzled in a strapless red Valentino gown.

Talk about owning a look.

Gorgeous.

I really like Lindsay Lohan’s LBD.

It’s the most put together she’s looked in a long while, but she looks like she just woke up.

Estelle is still on top form.

I’m loving her navy satin asymmetrical mini dress which she pairs with glittering sandals and a stack of bracelets.

I’m gonna miss Paula Abdul on American Idol. Her crazy responses were the only thing that kept me watching.

I was surprised by how great she looked at this event wearing a peachy Herve Leger gown, with a jeweled bodice.

Sharon Stone looks to be slipping down the scary slope of animal prints with her reptile print gown.

I knew it wouldn’t be long before she cracked.

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Best Dressed Of The Week – Chiling Lin in Salvatore Ferragamo & Sharon Stone in Armani Privé

You guys certainly make these weekly polls interesting.

I would’ve bet my entire shoe collection that you would’ve picked Zhang Ziyi in Chanel Couture as your Best Dressed this week as your comments were so favourable, but it appears many more of you were actually more impressed by the Chiling Lin in her form fitting Salvatore Ferragamo black backless gown.

“Chiling Lin…that dress looks like it was made for her alone” said Shubby Doo.

A sentiment I couldn’t agree more with, but I opted for Sharon Stone.

As I said in my post, Sharon was on my worst dressed list for years. She wowed me at Cannes Film Festival and here again at the 2009 Rudolph Valentino Awards.

She was a vision of perfection in her strapless spiral Armani Privé Fall 2009 gown. It was the type of perfection we only get from Charlize and Cate.

Does this mean that there’s hope for the other women on my worst dress list – Phoebe Price and Bai Ling?

Nah….doubt it.

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Runway To 2009 Rudolph Valentino Awards – Sharon Stone In Armani Privé

For a very long while Sharon Stone was on my top 5 worst dressed women in showbiz list.

Since the 2009 Cannes Film Festival that has all changed.

It’s like she’s finally accepted that she not 25 years old anymore, and is dressing with less leopard print and more sophistication.

Sharon attended the 2009 Rudolph Valentino Awards in Italy this weekend, and I must admit I was totally blown away.

The actress who usually only wears Dior, looked exquisite wearing a strapless spiral Armani Privé Fall 2009 bustier mermaid gown with black embroidered sequin details.

No wonder her host couldn’t help but kiss her to show his appreciation of her exquisite beauty.

Can’t believe I’m gushing over Sharon Stone.

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