From curve-hugging gowns to embellished separates, these girls offer up a trio of camera-ready red carpet looks. Continue reading
Lights, camera, fabulous! These glamour girls showed up and showed out at recent events. Here’s what they wore: Naomie Harris was every bit a lady dressed in a pale seafoam green midi-length pre-fall 2014 Burberry Prorsum dress with a front keyhole cutout and strappy dark brown sandals at the New York premiere of “Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.”
Always the consummate diva, Naomi Campbell toned it down and went a bit demure in a burgundy Grecian-style fall 2013 Zac Posen gown and minimal jewelry, while making an appearance on “The Face of Australia” TV show in Sydney. Miranda Kerr posed for the papparazzi in a black-and-white cut-out resort 2014 Michael Kors gown, while co-hosting the Elle Japan December Cover Party with the designer in Tokyo.
**UPDATE** This poll is closed. Miranda Kerr is the Stylin’ Chick of the Week.
These celebs took their looks up a notch in eye-catching frocks with a touch of sparkle: Olivia Palermo wore a dark green and chiffon sequin top and pencil skirt by Whistles with animal print Stuart Weitzman heels at the Marie Claire Prix de la Moda awards in Madrid, Spain.
Meta Golding took on the red carpet at the “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” premiere in Los Angeles dressed in a red long-sleeve Georges Hobeika gown with an embellished bodice and high-slit, which she paired with some bedazzled gold strappy sandals. Elizabeth Banks channeled her inner-glamazon in a sleeveless orange Versace gown with metallic gold detail and a sweetheart neckline while also attending “The Hunger Games” screening.
**UPDATE** This poll is closed. Elizabeth Banks is the Stylin’ Chick of the Week.
We’ve said it before — and we’ll say it again: Wearing head-to-toe winter white in the colder months is a must-do this season. And these pretty ladies serve up some distinct looks in the classic hue: Selita Ebanks wore an uber-sophisticated wide-legged jumpsuit cinched at the waist with a gold belt and nude pointy toe heels to the Voss Foundation Women Helping Women luncheon in New York.
Nia Long werrrrked a body-con Cushnie et Ochs dress accessorized with black studded stilettos and a gun metal clutch at an NYC screening of “The Best Man Holiday.” At the CDFA and Vogue Fashion Fund dinner in the Big Apple, Ciara rocked a very fashion-forward look courtesy of Calvin Klein, which consisted of an asymmetric sleeveless top, cuffed trouser pants and a blazer thrown over shoulders.
**UPDATE** This poll is closed. Nia Long is the Stylin’ Chick of the Week.