Diane Kruger was in Berlin to attend the European Film Awards.
Diane wore a very striking couture gown from Valentino. The gown was done in a beautiful pale aqua blue with stunning emellishments. I also liked the patterned embellishments on the sheer portion of the gown. It was busy, but Diane has the personality to pull it off.
I just wish that she had pulled her hair up.
A. Diane looks lovely as always.
Another very fashionable week.
Hailee Steinfeld in Saint Laurent.
Elettra Wiedemann in Dolce & Gabbana
Princess Charlene of Monaco in Ralph Lauren
Diane Kruger in Chanel Haute Couture
Rita Ora in Donna Karan Atelier
I was very pleased with this week's list as it's the best looking group I've had in a long time. I hope that you enjoy the rest of the week, and tell me:
Who had the best look this week?
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Diane Kruger by far had the best look at the Little Black Jacket opening ceremony.
Diane wore a beautiful floral dress from the Chanel Spring 2013 couture collection. It was a beautiful little black dress that was elevated with the vibrant appliques. What I really liked was that this dress had a drop waist which was very subtle.
The Bridge actress styled this look correctly with strappy sandals and no jewelry. A garment like this definitely stands on its own.
Even the hair and make-up are perfect.
Diane Kruger was in Hollywood to attend the 3rd Annual Blue Jean Ball which is to benefit Autism Speaks.
Diane wore a really pretty coat-style dres from Emilia Wickstead. I loved the pale pink color and that it was dotted with matching pearls. The texture of the garment gave it extra dimension. I didn't like the bright red pumps that she paired with it. They were a bit of a stark contrast when paired with the dress. A plexi Charlotte Olympia clutch had a red insert in it as well.
Diane must have been having a red moment because even her lipstick matched the clutch insert and pumps.
A-. Not loving the red accents.
Here are my favorite looks from this past week.
Diane Kruger in Prabal Gurung
Suki Waterhouse in Mulberry
Tuppence Middleton in Miu Miu
Mary Elizabeth Winstead in Andrew Gn
I hope that you enjoy what's left of your weekend!
Who: Diane Kruger
Where: Metropolitan Opera Seasoning Opening Production of Eugene Onegin
What she wore: Prabal Gurung gown, Casadei for Prabal Gurung pumps
Would have been an A+ had it not been for those white pumps. But, let's face it, the dress is the focal point. I. Loved. This. Gown.
The color blocking is pretty and interesting done in classic black, red, and white. The hemline and fullness of the skirt allowed for the inside lining to peek through. Prabal Gurung has not exactly been a designer on my radar, but a dress like this could easily make me a fan girl.
Diane pictured here with designer Prabal Gurung
Diane Kruger was in Venice to attend the 180th anniversary gala for Jaeger-LeCoultre.
It may still feel like spring, but Diane dressed for fall in her velvet Alberta Ferretti gown. I am not a fan of purple, but I do love the deep color of this. She looked elegant, and the dress was very befitting of the occasion.
Diane carried a sleek clutch to accessorize her look along with a Jaeger-LeCoultre watch and a pair of stunning earrings. I loved her updo and matching nail polish.
I was happy to see Diane Kruger at the HFPA's luncheon. I have been loving her character on her show, The Bridge. It comes on Wednesdays on FX.
I really liked this dress on Diane. This Carven creation fits her style to a T. I liked the plaid with the large yellow striping. The dress also had pretty draping details on the bodice and pockets. Who doesn't love a dress with pockets?
Because the dress has a bit of an exaggerated hip, you have to be small in order to make it work.
Stuart Weitzman sandals completed the look.
I loved the soft hair and make-up with this menswear inspired fabric.
A+. Lovely look.
Diane Kruger continues to put one fashionable foot in front of the other.
I loved this dress, and Jonathan Saunders is not usually on my radar. I am also not a fan of green, but I like the effect of the dark flowing into the light then to white. I never get bored with the sheer.
While I love the Charlotte Olympia clutch, I don't like the color with this dress. The sandals are Givenchy.
The very simple make-up and softly waved hair went well with the look.
A. Not loving the clutch, but Diane still looks amazing.
I was pleased to see Diane Kruger at the Critics' Choice Television Awards.
Diane went with black for the occasion. My favorite part of this Nina Ricci creation is the bodice. I love the lace corset as it is both parts sexy and beautiful. What I didn't like was the skirt. It either needed to be all the way to the floor or above the knee, and it needed to match the sexiness of the corset. This length is just weird.
Loved the Jason Wu clutch. And as soon as Diane finishes with that bracelet, she can go ahead and send it to me.
Loved the mix of the retro waves and red lipstick.
A-. Not a fan of the skirt, but I love the corset.
If the runway version hits the floor, why doesn't Diane's?