Diane Kruger gave us a fresh spin on the jeans-and-tee combo while strolling the streets of Paris with her boyfriend, Joshua Jackson. Diane has been busy attending couture shows like Chanel and attending swanky private dinners, so it was refreshing to see a more off-duty look from the actress. Notice how Diane tempered her eye-catching railroad-striped jeans with a simple white tee, black satchel, and Summer sandals. The standout? Her Parisian-cool black newsboy hat with chain trim. On Allison McNamara: JewelMint earrings.
Hollywood has made its way over to Paris for the Fall 2012 Couture shows. Valentino's runway attracted the likes of Olivia Palermo, Clémence Poésy, Kim Kardashian, and Nicky Hilton, all of whom have shown their love for Valentino on red carpets before. These style-setters really impressed us with their front-row ensembles. Olivia and Clemence went for color, choosing a pretty shade of pink and a punchy red hue, respectively, while Kim and Nicky proved that the key to a great LBD is texture. Check out our other front-row fashion recaps from Chanel and Versace. On Allison McNamara: StyleMint top.
Couture Week is under way, and celebrities have arrived in Paris to sit front row at their favorite high-fashion runway shows. On Tuesday, Chanel brought out the likes of Alexa Chung, Diane Kruger, and Poppy Delevingne, to name a few. All of the front-row stars put their personal spin on their Chanel looks. Watch today's Fab Flash to hear more! On Allison McNamara: Melanie Auld.
Paris Fall 2012 Couture Week has kicked off with Gianni Versace, Christian Dior, and Giambattista Valli showing off their gorgeous haute creations for the upcoming season. Raf Simons made his highly anticipated debut at Christian Dior, and stylish celebrities like Olivia Palermo and Marion Cotillard came out to support the designer and see the show. Watch today's Fab Flash to see the front-row fashion.
Karl Lagerfeld showed a dark and decadent collection for Chanel's Fall 2011/12 couture show last night at the center dome of the Grand Palais. A stark contrast to last year's pastel-filled collection, Lagerfeld focused on darker hues, save for the occasional injection of dark beige and fuchsia, creating suit sets and gowns befitting of Coco's femme-meets-masculine style. Boxy, peplum-embellished suits made in the house's signature black and white tweeds took the forefront for daywear, while column gowns adorned with a mix of soft, feathery embellishments, beads, ruffles, and tiers provided a magical outlook on eveningwear. As Karl told WWD, “a lot going on,” but in all the right places. Take a look at the whole collection in the slideshow, then tell us what you think.
Couture Fashion Week just kicked off this week in Paris and it's off to a standout start. Christian Dior's collection, sans Galliano, has left everyone in a questionable state, while Giorgio Armani showed fervor with its Asian-inspired theme. Click the slideshow to see more eye-catching creations from Alexis Mabille, Giambattista Valli, Maison Martin Margiela, and more.