Gretchen Mol In Dennis Basso – 2015 SAG Awards

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Gretchen Mol glowed on Sunday (January 25) at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards, hosted at the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium.

The ‘Boardwalk Empire’ star floated down the red carpet in a Dennis Basso Pre-Fall 2015 gown.

The actress looked feminine without appearing too saccharine in a silver-grey confection of chiffon dotted with sparkly accents and fluttery bell-shaped sleeves.

Gretchen rounded out her SAG style with an equally sparkly Edie Parker clutch, Christian Louboutin shoes, and Solange Azagury Patridge jewels.

This look is perfectly chic with just enough sparkle, and I think the actress was sartorially wise to let the gown do the talking and keep accessories simple.

Are you on board with Gretchen’s gown?

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Hayden Panettiere In Dennis Basso – 2014 Met Gala

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Hayden Panettiere looked delighted to be a part of the red carpet fashion parade at the 2014 Met Gala on Monday (May 5) in New York City.

The actress wore a water-colored inspired Dennis Basso gown from the designer’s Spring 2014 collection.

While such a voluminous gown could have overpowered the pint-sized star, Hayden pulls this dress off beautifully.

The colors and print are refreshing and ladylike, and the slightly messy updo and fresh makeup look fresh and young.

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Myleene Klass In Dennis Basso – Laurence Olivier Awards 2014

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Myleene Klass attended the Laurence Olivier Awards held at The Royal Opera House on Sunday (April 13) in London, England.

The TV presenter took up most of the red carpet wearing a stunning Dennis Basso Spring 2014 black-and-white floral print strapless gown.

The love I have for this look is two-fold. Firstly the drama of the print takes my breath-away; then the show-stopping boldness of the whole look, especially the train, sweeps me off my feet.

Myleene never lets me down on the red carpet, whether she’s going sexy to the Brits or giving me heart palpitations in gowns like this; she’s always a pleasure to watch.

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Dennis Basso Madison Avenue Store Opening

Dennis Basso Madison Avenue Store Opening

Stars gathered to celebrate the new Dennis Basso store on Madison Avenue in New York City yesterday evening. With the temperatures dipping outside, the designer couldn’t have picked a better moment to showcase his furs.

Debra Messing: The actress looks very content in her green mink coat, which she wore over a grey embellished cocktail dress which featured an on-trend sheer hem.

Brooke Shields: Sporting wavy locks, the actress opted to wear one of the designer’s embellished LBDs, which also featured a sheer hemline. Simple black pumps and silver jewels completed her look.

Olivia Palermo: While everyone else opted for a glam embellished frock, Olivia – as usual – marched to the beat of her own drum, wearing jeans and a black top, to which she added a Dennis Basso mink coat. Some of you haven’t been too enamoured with her red carpet choices lately, so how does this one fare?

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Helen Mirren In Dennis Basso – ‘Red 2′ Tokyo Premiere

Helen Mirren In Dennis Basso - 'Red 2' Tokyo Premiere

Helen Mirren attended the ‘Red 2′ premiere held at the Tokyo International Forum on Sunday in Tokyo, Japan.

The British actress always looks very regal and elegant, and of course this was no exception.

Helen wore a Dennis Basso Fall 2013 long-sleeved taffeta plaid dress with scattered embroidery.

At first I wasn’t sure about the Vickisarge ‘Beatrix’ gold-plated multi-stone necklace, but then I realised that the necklace itself isn’t overkill: it’s perhaps the necklace and the earrings. Helen should’ve gone for one or the other.

Gold Gina shoes and a diamante clutch by the same designer completed her look.

Should Helen have taken one thing off?

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You can buy Helen’s Vickisarge ‘Beatrix’ Gold-Plated Multi-Stone Necklace from Net-A-Porter.com.

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