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January 2008 Archives



Eva Longoria Parker

Eva Longoria Parker was spotted leaving her London hotel wearing a very glittery zebra-print dress. We certainly hope that Eva was going somewhere fancy.

Eva Longoria Parker


If not, we suggest this zebra-print shift dress from jcrew.com. It would look so sweet with black ballet flats and big sunglasses.



Zebra-print Linen Dress, $178 at jcrew.com

Kudos to Hayden Panettiere for trying something new.

The Heroes starlet has recently been very vocal about animal rights, particularly saving whales and dolphins from slaughter. In an effort to raise money to help her campaign, Hayden has set up a website to sell her old clothes. We're not kidding.

keywords PanettiereCloset.com sells designer items Hayden has either received, but not worn, or worn once or twice. The profits go to a great cause and she's not overpricing her items either, so things are selling fast.

Hayden wears a size XS/S (and a size 5 shoe!) So if those are your measurements as well, you should visit the site. The really reasonably priced items sell very quickly. We really love this red dress with Greek key print by Voom. She's selling it for $255.

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We've yet to see a really high-end designer bag on the site, but Hayden is auctioning off some of her red carpet dresses like this black ABS Collection mini (bidding started at $100). She wore this dress to the premiere of Disney's Ratatouille.

Also up for grabs are Hayden's hoodies, graphic tees and shoes. You can also make a donation through the website or buy an autographed photo of Hayden. The photo might be taking it a bit too far, but hey, she's serious about helping the whales.




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Left: Kenneth Cole heels, $179
Right: Hale Bob Olympia Cuoio Pumps (size 5 1/2) for $119


Photos via panettierecloset.com

Gossip Girl Leighton Meester Cameron Diaz

Gossip Girl's Leighton Meester recently hosted a party at Tao Nightclub in Las Vegas and her magenta and turquoise combo reminded us of the Christian Dior ensemble Cameron Diaz wore to the 2007 Art Costume Institute Gala.

Magenta and turquoise is a timeless pairing and if you have a formal event in your future, you could pair this magenta halter dress with turquoise jewelry like Cameron. But we think it's better to mix these colors in as accessories with your outfit. A basic pair of jeans or a denim skirt in any wash will really pop with these magenta and turquoise pieces.

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Magenta Vivian Satin Halter Dress, $29.80 at forever21.com

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Turquoise Stretch Pique Polo, $14.50 at oldnavy.com
Magenta Pashmina Scarf, $8.80 at forever21.com
Turquoise Tory Burch 'Reva' Ballerina Flat, $195 (pre-order) at nordstrom.com

Finally, a ritzy red carpet event. Knowing there's a possibility the Oscar red carpet may not happen because of the writers strike, we were particularly interested in what the stars wore last night. We weren't disappointed.

The Best of the Best
Ashley Tisdale America Fererra Ugly Betty Holly Hunter Marion Cotillard Eva Longoria Parker

Most everyone looked radiant on the red carpet, but the dresses and stars that stuck out most in our mind kept it simple in colors like white, light gray, dark gray and champagne. We really loved Ashley Tisdale (although we're not quite sure why she was attending) and our favorite was America Fererra of Ugly Betty (notice in the background behind America you can see Holly Hunter...she looked great as well, but a bit like she was getting married). Marion Cotillard's gown was very simple, but fit her very well and Eva Longoria Parker's dress was almost ikat-like in its print, but the tone-on-tone color palette kept it very glamorous, but a bit understated and we really liked it.


They Took a Risk.....Did It Pay Off?

Kate Beckinsale Sandra Oh Angelina Jolie Edie Falco

We also liked Kate Beckinsale (even though she looked like Belle from Beauty and the Beast) and Sandra Oh's giant bow gown in a gorgeous chocolate brown was definitely a risk, but still chic. Angelina Jolie looked beautiful and sophisticated, but her dress did absolutely nothing to squash the pregnancy rumors that are beginning to surface. In fact...we think it's going to intensify the rumors. Edie Falco (one of the night's winners) was also a risk-taker, wearing a very basic sheath, but she didn't do the outfit any favors by pairing such a simple dress with such a boring shoe.


Trendspotting: Short and Sweet

Michelle Pfeiffer and Sophia Bush both opted for strapless brown dresses with short hems and peep toe heels and Ellen Page wore basic black....again (if she wears black to the Oscars, she's going straight to our worst-dressed list).

Michelle Pfeiffer Sophia Bush Ellen Page



Trendspotting: Neon
Kyra Sedgwick Vanessa Williams Marcia Cross Sara Ramirez

Kyra Sedgwick, Vanessa Williams, Marcia Cross and Sara Ramirez wore neon and looked fab.



What Were They Thinking?
Jane Krakowski Tilda Swinton Dana Delaney

All in all, it was a great night for fashion on the red carpet. But no red carpet is without several serious errors in judgment. We have to wonder what Jane Krakowski, Tilda Swinton and Dana Delaney (or their stylists) were thinking.


America Ferrerra and Ellen Page photos via eonline.com

Miley Cyrus Hannah Montana Ashley Tisdale

The tween stars were all glammed up at the Hollywood premiere of Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour" 3-D Concert.

The film's star, Miley Cyrus unveiled a new raven-locked look and Ashley Tisdale took her new nose out for a spin as well (she's been open about her recent surgery to correct a deviated septum).

So, who looked better? Personally, we'd call it a tie. They both look really sweet, young and stylish. But, at 15 years old, Miley's ensemble might be a bit sophisticated for her young age.

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