Posts for May 27th 2012
Diane Kruger has shown nothing but showstopping glamour during this year's Cannes Film Festival, so it was only appropriate that she go out on a high note. The actress and film festival juror attended Sunday's closing ceremony and the premiere of Thérèse Desqueyroux in a wildly voluminous Christian Dior Haute Couture ball gown. The black, white, and gray plaid confection had a structured bodice and was accompanied by a very Victorian-inspired bustle and train. She kept all eyes on the gorgeous gown by keeping her hair and makeup slightly subdued and accessorizing only with a pair of diamond earrings. Needless to say, we're smitten with Diane's look — click through to see it from all angles now and don't forget to check out the rest of her stunning outfits at Cannes.
With an extra day of respite on the docket, we'd say it's about time you got caught up with the week's chicest happenings. From a whirlwind mix of red-carpet looks and sleek photocall ensembles at the Cannes Film Festival to Revenge's Ashley Madekwe sharing her Summer shopping must-haves, we didn't think we could get a much more fashionable fix than that. But, as always, our seven-day fashion forecast didn't stop there: we revealed our ultimate Summer denim guide, culled 125 of the best warm-weather finds to get your Summer started right, and took a closer look at Nina Dobrev's enviable style evolution. That's just the beginning, so if you're ready to dive in, then just keep clicking for today's Fab recap.
This week, our Fab Community stuck to striking neon pieces and bright, mixed prints. From cropped floral pants to polka-dot skinny jeans, our readers proved that bold bottoms work well with both neutrals and patterns. Whether mini or maxi, skirts were full of volume and paired with simple tops in classic shapes. High heels and structured handbags topped off the looks, adding a refined element to the colorful prints. Here are our favorites: florals and spots, neo(n)-bohemian, floral love, siren twist, '60s sweater, dress to impress, neon dots, sequins and ruffles, date night, and icky pop. Congrats all!
Parisian designer Shourouk Rhaiem first had me hooked with an insanely beautiful crystal bird statement necklace, but that was $700, and I was looking for a slightly smaller investment. That's when I came across her crystal and rope bracelets ($210). The mix of pastel and neon crystal with woven cord feels simultaneously regal and sporty, the combination of which I equate with perfection. You could totally stack these, but just one is enough, and it would also make a great gift, no?