Alessandra Mastronardi In Alessandra Rich – ‘To The Wonder’ Venice Film Festival Premiere

Alessandra Mastronardi worked two Spring/Summer trends – peplums and lace – for the ‘To The Wonder’ premiere at the Venice Film Festival yesterday.

The actress looked stunning in this off-white Alessandra Rich Fall 2012 ensemble.

I particularly like the double layer of lace on the skirt – it screams luxury – and the mixed metallic, waist-cinching skinny belt.

Alessandra styled the dress with loose waves, a slash of red lipstick and matching bracelets on each wrist. 

A pair of striped Alberto Moretti Arfango sandals, which added both texture and eye-grabbing detail, completed the outfit.

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Diane Kruger In Alessandra Rich – 2012 NHL Awards

We haven’t seen much of Diane Kruger since Cannes Film Festival, but she was back on the red carpet yesterday evening with beau Joshua Jackson to attend the 2012 NHL in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Dressed in an Alessandra Rich Spring 2012 dress, the German actress proves once again that she can do no wrong on the red carpet.

She teamed a black silk top with a fuchsia-and-gold lace ankle length skirt with burgundy mini underlay, which was accented with a gold buckle belt.

Her sassy dress was styled with statement earrings, a black clutch and Jimmy Choo ‘Vamp’ criss-cross platform sandals.

A side parted bun, kohl-rimmed eyes and a shimmering pink lip colour provided the finishing touches.

You can buy Diane’s Jimmy Choo ‘Vamp’ sandals from Nordstrom.com

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Caroline Sieber In Alessandra Rich – Soiree Chopard ‘Mystery Party’

Caroline Sieber joined Erin Wasson on the red carpet last night for the Soiree Chopard ‘Mystery Party’ during Cannes Film Festival.

The stylist wore an Alessandra Rich Spring 2012 dress.

Her blue micro paillette column dress features an open back with long polka dot ribbons.

This is a cute, unexpected twist to a seductive evening look.

A black satin clutch, matching pumps and Chopard jewels provided the finishing touches.

It’s a shame that the stylist wasn’t more creative with her accessories.

You can buy Caroline’s Alessandra Rich gown without the open back and bow accents from Net-A-Porter.com.

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Who Wore Alessandra Rich Better? Li Bingbing or Samantha Cameron

Li Bingbing was actually the first to wear this Alessandra Rich blue lace ¾-length-sleeve belted dress, which is decorated with Swarovski crystals, from the Spring 2012 collection.

The Asian beauty wore the dress to Elton John’s AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party back in February.

She teamed her gown with Cindy Chao jewels and a Lana Marks clutch.

A slick updo and pretty pink lip colour completed her look.

Samantha Cameron wore the same gown the following month, but hers had a navy lining.

The PM’s wife wore her gown with a black leather belt, plus kept the black pussy bow that the gown was presented with.

Both women look amazing.

Whilst I admire Li Bingbing for making the look her own, I have to go with Sam Cam on this one.

I like the dress with a belt, plus I like the prim nature of the look with the pussy bow.

You can buy this stunning Alessandra Rich gown from Net-A-Porter International.

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Zhang Ziyi In Alessandra Rich – 2nd Beijing Film Festival Opening Ceremony

Zhang Ziyi continued to step out of her comfort zone at the 2nd Beijing International Film Festival opening ceremony, held at the China National Convention Center this evening.

The Asian actress was always relied upon to fulfil the ‘princess’ gown quota on the red carpet, but her new direction is a more modern, less frou-frou approach.

On this occasion she donned an Alessandra Rich Spring 2012 dress.

Her pretty white Chantilly lace shirt dress was worn without the polka-dot tie and blue belt; instead Zhang Ziyi opted for a white belt with gold hardware.

A gold shoulder bag, red lips and wavy side-swept locks completed her look.

Whilst I love this dress and her new style, I wish she brought out the princess gown just this once.

I think this type of occasion always needs a bit of frou frou.

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