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Julia Louis-Dreyfus In Paula Ka & Ports 1961 - Good Morning America & Late Show with David Letterman

Julia Louis-Dreyfus wore two looks on Thursday (July 31) for her guest appearances on ‘Good Morning America’ and the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’, opting for her favoured fitted style of dress.

Good Morning America: The day kicked off with a burst of bright pink, with the actress wearing a Paule Ka Fall 2014 sleeveless dress with a knotted waist for a glorious ladylike look, styled with L.K. Bennett ‘Anya’ black open-toe T-bar sandals with a leopard-print bow for an interesting contrast.

Letterman: Next up was a sultry LBD designed by Ports 1961 featuring a lace panel tracing the empire waist. Julia styled this look with David Yurman black-diamond jewels and Schutz strappy sandals.

I have to say I love both looks equally. She certainly knows what works best for her.

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Archie Panjabi In Ports 1961 - NAACP Image Awards 2014Archie Panjabi brought a breath of fresh, sea-blue air to the red carpet at the NAACP Image Awards 2014, held at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California on Saturday (February 22).

Nominated for her role in ‘The Good Wife,’ the actress wore a Ports 1961 gown. Beautifully hued, the light turquoise shade of this one-shoulder, draped silhouette is really what elevated the design.

She completed the look with Jimmy Choo heels and a Rafe clutch, along with Martin Katz gemstone earrings, which were a near-perfect match to the colour of the dress.

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Diane Kruger In Ports 1961 - 'The Better Angels' Sundance Film Festival Premiere

After the non-stop glamourfest of awards season, you may be in need of a change of pace, so up steps Diane Kruger, who was looking casually chic for the premiere of ‘The Better Angels’ held at Prospect Square during the 2014 Sundance Film Festival on Saturday (January 18) in Park City, Utah.

The German actress – whose current change in style has been written off by some as being down to her possibly being pregnant – was showing no signs of a baby bump, wearing a belted tweed Ports 1961 Pre-Fall 2014 waistcoat with a collarless shirt and black jeans.

Opting for barely any makeup and looking totally gorgeous (I’m so envious), the actress completed her look with a Ports 1961 winter-warmer camel Pre-Fall 2014 coat and black boots.

There is everything to love about this look. Weather appropriate, event appropriate and ever so effortless and chic.

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Bérénice Marlohe gave us a totally different look while attending the photocall for ‘Skyfall’ in Berlin, Germany, earlier this afternoon.

The French actress was once again barely recognisable without her signature smoky eyes.

She opted for a fresh-faced look with nude glossy lips on this occasion.

Her Ports 1961 navy wool coat and matching pants would’ve been a great look for turning on the Christmas lights on the Champs-Élysées on a cold December night, but for an indoor photocall I would’ve preferred something much more interesting.

A Carrera y Carrera’s Tiger ring completed her look.

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I had started to give up on Christina Hendricks, but she final found a figure flattering, chest covering look that was stylish and sophisticated for the ‘Ginger & Rosa’ premiere during the 2012 Toronto Film Festival.

The ‘Mad Men’ actress opted for a sleek Ports 1961 dress which had a side slit and magical waist-nipping abilities.

Gold accessories including a Jimmy Choo ‘Tube’ clutch plus Satori and Amrapali jewels perfected her look, with kohl-rimmed eyes, rosy cheeks and a pretty pink lip colour providing the finishing touches.

Do you feel this is a much improved look for Christina, or are you still unconvinced?

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