Both stars started out with '40s-style hair and red lipstick and took advantage of the many Van Cleef & Arpels diamonds on offer, but that's where the similarities ended. While Dita chose a shimmering cream, silver, and blue brocade gown by Carolina Herrera with a plunging neckline and 3/4-length sleeves, Blake opted for a black lace slip dress. Her Marchesa creation featured pale pastel floral thread-work embroidery and Chantilly lace cut-outs, stopping at the calf to show off her strappy sandals.
Both women gave us a master class in how to put a vintage spin on modern designs, but whose look do you love the most?
Adriana embodied the lady in red with a strapless lace dress and a pair of studded red stilettos. Karlie stayed angelic in a structured white dress by KaufmanFranco, accessorized with a pair of drop earrings and metallic heels.
Which take on holiday dressing would you rather wear?
It wasn't just the dress's sparkle that turned heads — the actress, who's never been afraid of a showstopping gown, dared to go pretty sheer, revealing not just a flash of skin but also a pair of black underwear. Sure, the gown's beading helped to conceal so that the peek-a-boo effect wasn't quite so in your face, but we still got a glimpse of Diane's underthings.
Truthfully, we'd be hard-pressed to find a look from Miss Kruger that didn't play fast and loose with the rules of red carpet dressing. The actress often pushes the boundaries and embraces bold, fashion-forward couture. The question is — can she pull it off? Are you a fan of Diane's latest look?
They may have been on opposite coasts, but as far as outfits were concerned, Olivia Palermo and Amy Adams were on the same wavelength last night. Olivia made a modern play on menswear when she stepped out in NYC for the annual Footwear News Achievement Awards in a chic black jumpsuit and white sleeveless blazer. She didn't skimp on the accents either — true to form, the accessories queen added interest with an armful of bracelets, a pop of emerald on her jeweled clutch, and a pair of exotic heels. In LA, Amy Adams also stuck to a sleek black-and-white palette, showing up to the American Hustle premiere in a fitted white David Koma sheath with bold black stripes and a sheer skirt. To finish, Amy stuck to glamorous jewels and a pair of classic black pumps. So, whose black-and-white look gets your vote in this battle of the coasts?
As if it wasn't cool enough that Keira Knightley recycled her wedding dress once, she took the prize for most laid-back bride ever by wearing her vintage Chanel design again. Opting to add sleeves this time (either with layering or expert tailoring) for the SeriousFun London Gala, the actress looked the picture of easy elegance in her embellished sleeves and pared-down styling. Tell us: would you follow in Keira's (ultra-chic) footsteps?
Rashida went stark in Proenza Schouler's viscose black crepe dress, while Lupita was the most ladylike of the crew in head-to-toe Lanvin, namely the label's grosgrain bowed strapless white dress. Landing somewhere in the middle, Shailene mixed things up with a combination of the two in Calvin Klein Collection's textural halter dress. Which dress is your palette of choice?