Sarah Jessica Parker looks like the spitting image of her Sex and the City 2 character, Carrie Bradshaw, in her printed blue v-neck bubble dress from Proenza Schouler. We love that she paired the dress with a cotton candy colored blazer and Nicholas Kirkwood sandals.
Cameron Diaz knows just what it takes to make an outfit pop on the red carpet. Here she is on the red (actually, green) carpet Sunday night for the Shrek Forever After Los Angeles premiere, in a poppy colored Oscar de la Renta mini dress.
We love that she picked one asset to show off (those toned gams), and kept the silhouette simple and chic. Wearing nude pumps only adds to the sultry look by making her long legs look even longer.
Renee Zellweger looked lovely in a dress from Carolina Hererra’s Fall 2010 Ready-to-Wear show at L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center’s “An Evening with Women” benefit. We love the velvet appliques and the pretty tulle at the top of the dress. Renee kept the look sweet with ankle-tie peep-toe shoes.
First they put flower pins, Manolo Blahniks, nameplate necklaces and cosmopolitans on the mainstream map, now Carrie and the girls are gearing up to make computers a must-have fashion accessory. The hotly anticipated “Sex and the City 2” movie (in theaters on May 27) features a new cast of characters: the HP 2010 Spring Collection.
And to celebrate the return of our favorite trendsetting SATC women, we’re giving away a HP TouchSmart tm2 notebook (pictured below) featuring Windows 7 and touch-enabled apps like Hulu, Twitter and Skype! One winner will be randomly selected from our email subscribers on May 18, 2010, so subscribe now to be entered to win!
Kate Hudson looked fierce in her Louis Vuitton poncho at the premiere of her new movie, The Killer Inside Me, at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival at NYC’s School of Visual Arts Theater. We appreciate that Kate didn’t wear the look straight from the label’s 2010 Pre-Fall show, instead she paired the poncho unbuckled with peep-toe Brian Atwood pumps and a metallic clutch.
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