At the Marilyn: The Lost Photos exhibition Martha brings the glamour in a daring creation from Cushnie et Ochs that displays her enviable physique. This LBD is anything but basic and Martha keeps the look minimal by accessorizing with an equally sleek clutch.
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For some models the sidewalk is their runway and Miranda has proven herself a master of the candid editorial moment. Few could pull off denim-on-denim with such panache but Miranda makes it work with the addition of leopard print heels and bit of Hermes arm-candy for good measure.
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Rosie Huntington Whiteley in Paige Denim
Denim is proving popular with the bombshells this week and Rosie shows off another way to wear the look, keeping the focus on her long legs with bold blue metallic jeans. A chunky gold necklace, strappy sandals and a black tee complete the look but those liquid metal jeans are the star of the show.
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There is no better time to bust out the Alaia than at the premiere of your own film. Irina dons a slinky wine-colored number from the legendary designer to the Hollywood red carpet for Hercules and looks phenomenal.
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Lindsay Ellingson in Nicholas
Less is more and in this skintight, pale pink cocktail dress Lindsay sizzles without even trying. All you need is a swipe of red lipstick and everything else takes care of itself.
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This post's tags: Azzedine Alaia, cushnie et ochs, Irina Shayk, Lindsay Ellingson, Martha Hunt, Miranda Kerr, Rosie Huntington Whiteley, seven-for-all-mankind
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