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Who Wore Michael Kors Better Naomi Watts or Natalia de Molina

Naomi Watts wore the gorgeous Michael Kors Spring 2014 navy-blue floral-specked gown with a refined cut-out detail at the bodice and ruching at the waist to the New York screening of ‘Diana’, styling the look with a red Roger Vivier clutch and chic retro waves.

Natalia de Molina wore the same dress during Malaga Film Festival, opting for more subtle accessories which included a gold clutch.

Many of you weren’t too happy that Naomi wore this dress in October, wishing it was saved for the spring, which Natalia did.

When it was worn aside, I prefer Natalia’s styling on this occasion, so she wins for me.

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Olivia Munn In Michael Kors - Los Angeles Film Festival Coffee Talks Actors

Olivia Munn attended the Coffee Talks: Actors during the 2014 Los Angeles Film Festival held at Luxe City Center Hotel on Sunday (June 15) in Los Angeles, California.

You don’t have to be the outdoor expedition type to channel safari chic, as wonderfully displayed by Olivia.

The actress wore a Michael Kors Spring 2014 double-breasted jacket and short accented with a tan luggage belt to really authenticate the safari-inspired look, along with an additional pop of earthy tones via her Paul Andrew saffron-coloured pumps.

An ear cuff and natural tresses completed her look.

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Michael Kors Cap-Sleeve Linen JacketSaks.com and Saks.com UK
Michael Kors Pleated Linen ShortsSaks.com and Saks.com UK.

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Angelina Jolie In Michael Kors – Global Summit To End Sexual Violence In Conflict - Day 2

Angelina Jolie attend day 2 of the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, hosted today (June 11) at ExCel in London, England with co-host England’s Foreign Secretary, William Hague.

The actress wore Michael Kors again, this time selecting a white neck tie blouse and wide leg pleated grey banker palazzo trousers styled with black Jimmy Choo ‘Abel’ pumps.

Her look is chic, sophisticated and event-appropriate look.

Event-appropriateness has to take precedence and she managed to nailed this again in impeccable fashion.

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Angelina Jolie In Michael Kors - Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict

Angelina Jolie attended the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict, hosted today (June 10) at ExCel in London, England.

The actress and United Nations special envoy is co-hosting the four-day conference with England’s Foreign Secretary, William Hague.

Switching from her ‘Maleficent’ run of moody black attire, she took a lighter approach in all-white Michael Kors Spring 2014 separates, with a structured blazer balanced by the looser lines of a feminine skirt.

Nude Jimmy Choo ‘Agnes’ pumps, pearl studs and a sophisticated updo completed her refined, event-appropriate look.

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Amid the crush of starlets and designers at the 2014 CFDA Fashion Awards on Monday (June 2), the models definitely had their moment, too. They strutted out a range of dazzling, directional and sometimes daring looks at Lincoln Center’s Alice Tully Hall in New York City.

Joan Smalls: Putting her statuesque height to good use, Joan worked her midnight-navy Prabal Gurung draped, cutout gown to sexy effect also flaunting an Angelina leg through the thigh-high slit. She styled the look with metallic ankle-tie sandals and a mod fringe bang, but the gold choker necklace was unnecessary here.

Alessandra Ambrosio
: The Victoria’s Secret cat-walker took a red-hot approach in a Nonoo strapless gown featuring a structured bodice with a crossover ribbon tie at the back. She accessorized with Jennifer Fisher jewels, including a sharp, diamond-pointed pair of earrings.

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