Fan Bing Bing In Bottega Veneta – L’Oreal Paris Promotion

As you know from Cannes Film Festival, Fan Bing Bing is one of the many beautiful spokespersons for L’Oreal Paris.

The Asian actress fulfilled her duties recently by attending an event to launch a new cosmetic product.

She graced the stage wearing a Bottega Veneta Fall 2010 dress.

This Bottega Veneta pink gown has a straight neckline with broad shoulder straps and asymmetrical detailing.

The movement of the gown creates a breathtaking look which enhances her feminine beauty.

My only wish is that she kept the runway waistband.

If you’re thinking, “hasn’t Fan Bing Bing already worn this dress?” you’d be half right because she wore a very similar dress from the same collection to the 2010 Elle China Style Awards earlier this year.

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“Knight And Day” Tokyo Premiere – Cameron Diaz In Bottega Veneta

Can someone please bring back the old Cameron Diaz.

The ‘new’ Cameron fails to excite me.

She joined Tom Cruise on the red carpet for the Tokyo Premiere of “Knight And Day” yesterday.

Her Bottega Veneta turtleneck dress has to be the most uninteresting look she’s given us for the promo tour for this movie.

I guess since the movie isn’t doing so well the budget for her red carpet looks has rapidly decreased hence a boring turtleneck dress.

Who wears a turtleneck to a premiere anyway?

The only thing saving this look from putting me in sleeply coma are her Jimmy Choo ‘Lavish’ sandals.

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“The Town” Boston Premiere – Rebecca Hall In Bottega Veneta

Rebecca Hall joined Matt Damon, Ben Affleck and Blake Lively for the Boston Premiere of “The Town” last night.

The British actress looked very stylish wearing a Bottega Veneta Fall 2010 dress.

Her red nappa leather top has a contrasting pink silk twill skirt creating a lovely two tone look.

It’s such an interesting unexpected pick for Rebecca.

I love that she’s opting for colourful looks lately, but I can’t help be uninspired by her footwear choice even though they are Nicholas Kirkwood.

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“Knight and Day” Munich Premiere – Cameron Diaz In Bottega Veneta

Cameron Diaz and Tom Cruise were in Munich, Germany last night for the premiere of their new movie, “Knight and Day”.

Cameron looked stunning wearing a white Bottega Veneta dress from the Spring 2010 dress with a pleat which falls from her shoulder.

Her body looks amazing – what’s new?

I love everything about the look from the contrasting black belt, to her nude Pierre Hardy peep-toe heels.

The look has be modified to suit Cameron’s style as it’s shorter and fitted.

I can’t picture Cameron wearing this dress like the model, but I prefer the fit and styling with the looser belt.

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2010 Elle China Style Awards – Fan Bingbing In Bottega Veneta

Fan Bingbing continues to take my breath away every time she graces the red carpet.

The Chinese actress attended the “2010 Elle China Style Awards” which was held at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in Shanghai.

She blew me away wearing a pink Bottega Veneta Fall 2010 dress.

I love the way she modified this dress slightly to become a one shoulder dress. She often styles her looks slightly different to the runway, which shows she has great style and knows what works best for her.

She did however carry the same pink clutch which matched her pink lips.

Fan was crowned “Women Of The Year” at the event. I can’t say I’m surprised.

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2010 Shanghai International Film Festival – Fan Bingbing In Bottega Veneta

The 13th Shanghai International Film Festival took place in China on Saturday night.

Fan Bingbing was one of the many stars to walk the red carpet at the prestigious event.

Fan always impresses on the red carpet, but on this occasion I wasn’t blown away.

Her orange Bottega Veneta Spring 2010 gown seems to overwhelm her.

I really dislike how totally shapeless the gown is plus how stiff the bodice is.

Her gown was paired with a Bottega Veneta top-stitched ombre leather ‘Knot’ clutch.

All good runs come to an end.

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