Who: Actress Mila Kunis Where: At the 20th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards at Cipriani, Wall Street in New York Wearing: A navy silk strapless Oscar de la Renta adorned with black silk flowers from the Spring 2011 collection teamed with a black perforated belt Verdict: I have a love affair with navy, and seeing Mila in this gorgeous strapless OdlR number, just reassures me on how classy the colour is. I love everything about this outfit, from the colour to the gorgeous flower embellishments, to the sweet-heart neckline and the belt nipping in her already tiny waist. Gorgeous – one of my best
OMG I had to look twice at this November’s cover of American Vogue – how much does Anne Hathaway look like Eva Mendes? It’s the pose, the smile and the hair? Come on is it just me? Admittedly, this is a great cover Anne looks amazing in a gorgeous strapless Oscar de la Renta – but I just can’t get Eva Mendes out of my head when looking at it.
Who: Sporty actress Cameron Diaz Where: Shrek Forever premiere at the Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal City in Los Angeles Wearing: A red mini Oscar de la Renta frock with Brian Atwood heels Verdict: Cameron knows how to show off her best assets on the red carpet and those legs in this sexy OdlR dress look fab. I also love that she kept her hair loose and simple. [Source]
I chose the most inappropriate time to get ill last week with the biggest event in the fashion calendar took place – the 2010 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala, dubbed the ‘Oscars of Fashion’. The guest list was amazing as always, there was Sienna Miller’s first outing with Jude Law since they reunited, Anna Wintour dancing with Diddy, it was like a who’s who of the fashion world from Hollywood stars to models. There were amazing frocks, some fashion disasters and then there was my style icon Diane Kruger looking amazing as always. This year’s event, American Woman: Fashioning A National Identity,
Who:Actress Emilie de Ravin Where:Remember Me UK film premiere held at the Odeon Leicester Square Wearing:Oscar de la Renta mini frock, lots of lace and girlie, teamed with Brian Atwood studded heels Verdict: I have to admit I don’t know much about Emilie, apparently she is in Lost, but this dress is amazing. I love the pleated, layered skirt, with bow waist detail – all complements that lace-overlay. It is a romantic girlie frock and accessorised with my favourite studded Brian Atwood shows a bit of attitude which I like. [Source]