Pace Wu’s Paris Fashion Week

Fashion Week is a predictable time as the celebs wear a look by the designer who invited them to the show (unless you’re Jennifer Lopez).

The one person who stood out during Paris Fashion Week was Pace Wu.

I saw her as I entered the Elie Saab show and she is even more beautiful in real life and taller than I had expected.

Her fashionable week started off at the Lanvin show where she wore an all-black Lanvin look with a hot-pink lip colour providing a pop of colour.

While I’m not too crazy about the dress, especially the dangerously high slit, I do love her accessories, sans black pumps of course.

Her menswear-inspired look at the Jean-Paul Gaultier show could’ve been tres boring had she not opted for several pops of pink via her belt, her Brian Atwood pumps and Olympia Le Tan clutch.

One of my favourite looks was Wu’s Stella McCartney look. Her blue lace jumpsuit with a black waistband is stunning on her. She styled it perfectly with a Stella McCartney ‘Falabella’ clutch with a blue chain and Charlotte Olympia nude ‘Dolly’ pumps.

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Jennifer Lopez In Valentino – Valentino Spring 2013

Jennifer Lopez was spotted making her way to the Valentino Spring 2013 presentation during Paris Fashion Week yesterday afternoon.

On this occasion Valentino kitted her out from head to toe.

She wore a pretty pink Valentino Spring 2013 dress with bow accents at the waist and an overlapped skirt.

Jennifer styled her look with a black leather Valentino ‘Va Va Voom’ shoulder bag which she carried as a clutch and Valentino ‘Tango’ ankle strap pumps covered in silver crystals.

Diamond jewels, a pink lip colour to complement her dress and her hair pinned to one side completed her look.

Of the three looks Jennifer has sported this fashion week, I think this might be my head-to-toe favourite.

Which one did you prefer?

Valentino ‘Va Va Voom’ Shoulder
Valentino Crystal-Covered Tango Stiletto PumpNeiman Marcus


Anne Hathaway Marries In Valentino

Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman tied the knot in Big Sur, California on Saturday in front of 100 guests in a private marquee next to a romantic old barn.

The bride looked resplendent wearing a custom Valentino gown.

Valentino had confirmed he would be designing the gown ahead of the nuptials, although it was pretty much a foregone conclusion.

Her beautiful gown featured an off-the-shoulder neckline, delicate lace and a crowning veil that cascaded down the floor-length hemline of the gown.

Congratulations to the happy couple.

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Nieves Alvarez In Salvatore Ferragamo, Andrew Gn, Versace, Missoni, Red Valentino & Dsquared² – Solo Moda

Nieves Alvarez presented two Solo Moda shows this weekend sporting six new looks.

Her first look was a Salvatore Ferragamo Fall 2012 look which included an off-the-shoulder peasant blouse with a printed jacquard pencil skirt.

Beige Ferragamo sandals from the same collection with black trim and Pandora jewels completed her look.

The next look was a black Andrew Gn Fall 2012 dress, similar to the white version Emma Stone wore during her Spiderman promo tour.

Her dress was styled with metallic silver Jimmy Choo ‘Private’ sandals.

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Olivia Palermo In Christian Dior – 2012 New York City Ballet Fall Gala

Olivia Palermo is the queen of getting it ‘oh so right’ on the red carpet, so why did it all go so horribly wrong at the 2012 New York City Ballet Fall Gala, held at the David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center, yesterday evening?

It could be one of the following reasons.

Reason 1: Maybe I am instantly dismissing her Christian Dior Spring 2012 dress because it was not part of the Valentino dress code.

Reason 2: The Christian Dior two-tone asymmetrical gown with a tiered skirt is stumptifying her (making the petite star appear much shorter (and wider) than she actually is).

Reason 3: She opted to wear a statement necklace with an asymmetrical neckline (pet peeve).

Reason 4: That ombre purple-feathered bag, which has worked so well in the past, is an eyesore on this occasion.

Reason 5: All of the above.

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