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The continues her racier-than-usual streak in a lovely lace Jenny Packham teal gown with a crystal-embellished waistband, plus a matching teal clutch, saucy metallic sandals and sparkling drop earrings.
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Last month’s cover girl mixes a dramatic silhouette with a sweet shade in her blousy apricot gown, and adds an oversize clutch and sparkling David Yurman gems for the opening of the jewelry designer’s flagship in Beverly Hills.
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An utterly lovely look for an utterly in-love woman! The pairs pleated shorts with a sheer top and pointed pumps to fête her new scent, Glowing, at a Coty event in L.A.
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The attends the Outstanding Mothers Awards in N.Y.C. looking like quite the outstanding (and stylish) mother herself in a Narcisco Rodriguez printed dress, Joan Hornig earrings and a Meus Designs ring.
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Expanding her empire throughout North America, the debuts her jewelry line in Toronto while dressed in a printed skirt, a sheer blouse and golden jewels – of her own design, natch.
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The battle continues: makes a major strike in a draped, high-slit white gown, nude sandals and Neil Lane gems for Battleship’s L.A. premiere.
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Simply elegant in a structural black Georges Chakra Couture gown with sequin bands, plus a pink minaudière and her signature red lips, steps out at the Heart Foundation gala in L.A.
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Miss Dior Cherie’s stuns in head-to-toe Dior to the N.Y.C. Ballet Spring Gala.
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Like her Battleship , the model opts to show off her stems in a sheer white gown, nude sandals and simple Pomellato earrings at the premiere.
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Supporting hubby Sacha Baron Cohen at the London premiere of his film The Dictator, Isla contrasts a sweet dove-gray Dolce & Gabbana mini with saucy candy-apple red platforms and a side braid.
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In New York to celebrate the inaugural issue of Cosmopolitan for Latinas (she’s the first cover girl), the goes girlie in a lacy Elie Saab frock, Irit Design gems and silver Brian Atwood shoes.
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The celebrates her new gig as the face of Clear Scalp Hair & Beauty Therapy, wearing a Roland Mouret dress, Christian Louboutin shoes and jewels from her own Wildlife collection at an L.A. launch for the beauty line.
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Popping by the A&E upfronts in New York City, looks serious – and seriously sexy! – in a lacy mini, ankle-strap heels and simple accessories.
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Easily holding on to her title as one of Hollywood’s most stylish teens, Chloë looks romantic in a deep red velvet mini worn with a waist-defining black belt and matching ankle-strap shoes at the London Dark Shadows premiere.
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The actress is clearly in a mod mood at the Tommy Girl-sponsored Nylon Magazine Annual Young Hollywood Issue Celebration in Hollywood, going graphic in a sequined Rachel Zoe Collection dress, black pumps (also by the line) and silver-accented Edie Parker clutch.
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Jumping on the metallic bandwagon, the actress wears a one-shoulder dress with a pink sheen and an asymmetrical hemline, plus patent heels and H.Stern gems, at the 5th Annual Joyful Revolution Gala in N.Y.C.
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Also at the Nylon party in Hollywood, the boho-chic actress dons a dusty pink high-low dress, which she expertly accessorizes with gold strappy heels and loose waves.
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JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT
The Client List’s bombshell star chooses a surprisingly demure ensemble for the A&E upfronts in N.Y.C.: a bright red, cowl-neck, cap-sleeve dress, nude platforms and minimal accessories.
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What to Expect When You’re Expecting’s fetes the film’s N.Y.C. premiere in a breezy unbuttoned Stella McCartney blouse and wide-leg trousers, plus a collar necklace and Kimberly McDonald ring.
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It was a white night for the , who pairs a full-coverage cream Roland Mouret gown (only slightly less memorable than another white dress she wore) with daring metallic sandals for a dinner at Claridge’s Ballroom in London.
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Ditching her tomboy style for full-on femininity, the model stuns in a white Calvin Klein Collection column and simple golden jewels at the What to Expect When You’re Expecting N.Y.C. premiere.
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In a draped, embellished cobalt halter, H. Stern and black accessories, the star stands tall (and shows a little leg) on the red carpet at an N.Y.C. dinner for the World Childhood Foundation-USA.
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Donning another attention-getting red-and-black number, worn with a Judith Leiber clutch and a House of Lavande ring, the actress joins her costars at the What to Expect N.Y.C. premiere.
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The busy toasts one of her collections – Edie Rose Home – at N.Y.C.’s Macy’s, wearing a long printed skirt with a casual chocolate top and nude platforms.
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Up All Night’s brightens up an all-black ensemble with a lilac blazer and moon-shaped pendant at a Beverly Hills event for her show.
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Showing the power of the “smize,” the strikes a pose in a metallic one-shoulder David Meister gown, plus mega-impact earrings (and eye makeup!) at the Moth Ball in N.Y.C.
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Also at the Up All Night Beverly Hills event, the comedian looks ready to get down to business in a peach blouse, black midi skirt and layers of chains.
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The 90210 actress chooses a classic lace mini and black pumps for the Beverly Hills launch of John Lewis Beauty Hall.
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Looking stylish beyond her years, the teen actress wears a navy brocade mini with strappy black heels at the Dark Shadows premiere in Hollywood.
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The New Girl star lives up to her adorkable reputation in a supercute ,short-sleeve sparkly Wren dress worn with a red belt and black pumps at an L.A. screening for her show.
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Also attending the Dark Shadows Hollywood premiere, the ageless actress sports one of the most popular colors of the night in the form of a liquid gold Lanvin dress, accessorized with Sergio Rossi pumps and sparkling Rona Pfeiffer necklace.
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JADA PINKETT SMITH
In Japan to support her at the Men in Black 3 premiere, Jada shows some skin in a white cutout floor-length Alberta Ferretti gown, then completes the dramatic look with side-swept hair.
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adds a pop of color to her silver sequined knee-length Alice + Olivia dress via red pumps and polished nails at the 12th Annual Golden Heart Awards Gala in Beverly Hills.
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The struts her stuff in a Diane von Furstenberg mini and metallic pumps at a launch party for Lifetime’s The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet (held in DVF’s N.Y.C. store).
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On hand to cheer I’ll Have Another to a Kentucky Derby victory (as well as to make nice with ), the hits a Derby bash in a full-skirt floral Jovani dress, Sara Weinstock gems and platform pumps.
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Mixing demure fashion (her cardigan and flared skirt) with spicy (those strappy mega-platforms!), brings her own unique sense of style to the Night of Generosity gala in L.A.
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Modern Family’s matriarch lets her hair down at the P.S. Arts Evening of Modernism event in Santa Monica wearing a chocolate strapless dress with a pleated neckline and David Yurman jewels.
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The gets a jump-start on diaper duty, attending a Beverly Hills Huggies Hawaiian & Baby2Baby Luau in a bright patterned sheath that flatters her bump, plus a high-shine Edie Parker clutch and golden sandals.
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Also at the DVF N.Y.C. event for The Conversation, the actress sticks to two tones, pairing her polka-dot Diane von Furstenberg dress with a striped clutch and sexy sandals.
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Offsetting her lavender hair with a raspberry Anthony Franco sheath, Vanessa Leu ring and cap-toe pumps, Kelly supports fellow Brit Piers Morgan, who hosted a Champneys-sponsored Beverly Hills event benefiting Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
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Also doing it up for the Derby, Ginnifer selects a major hat to complement her tomato-red dress – inset with a rainbow panel – then finishes the look with a peach clutch and two-tone Ann Taylor pumps.
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The newest Mad Men star seems to take a cue from the show’s 1960’s styling, showing a modest, striped metallic frock, red lips and retro-inspired pumps to attend the Lucille Lortel Awards in N.Y.C.
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Wearing a simple copper sheath and black stackers (both by Theyskens’ Theory), the makes a minimalist statement at an N.Y.C. bash for hairstylist Harry Josh.