Adriana’s gorgeous eyes are perfectly highlighted by this electric blue number which looks just out of an editorial. The attention grabbing dress has an elegant shape and eye-catching print that just screams supermodel.
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Erin Wasson has a history of showing up to awards shows in attention grabbing ensembles, but this year she eschewed the transparent and shredded in favor of a simple white shift. With center parted hair, minimal jewelry and a simple pair of black strappy sandals, Wasson was a picture of demure minimalism.
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The little black dress has never looked better than on Lydia! This simple Cushnie et Ochs number’s cutouts are in all the right places and create a look that is sexy but also sophisticated. Lydia pulls it all off perfectly, pairing the show-stopper dress with a suitably sleek gold clutch.
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The peekaboo trend continues with Miranda serving up just the right amount of skin on the red carpet post Golden Globes and giving those Hollywood stars a run for their money! No one works a thigh high slit quite like the sultry Ms. Kerr and this Pucci creation highlights her every curve.
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This silvery Kors number was nice on the runway, but on the back of Naomi it becomes phenomenal. The skintight silhouette, the smoky eyeshadow, the perfect hair – it all works together perfectly to create a look that is just right for one of the world’s most glamorous women.
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This post's tags: Adriana Lima, bibhu-mohapatra, cushnie et ochs, emilio-pucci, Erin Wasson, Lydia Hearst, Michael Kors, Miranda Kerr, Naomi Campbell
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