The stars were out in Paris last night at the Hotel de la Rochefoucauld Doudeauville. Vogue Paris threw a high-fashion fête for Gucci designer Frida Giannini and a slew of stylish starlets came out to celebrate.
Outgoing editor Carine Roitfeld was in attendance in a sexy long black gown with sheer and cut-out detailing. Frida Giannini went for a tuxedo taking on the exploding suiting trend and Jessica Alba went for high glam in a one-shouldered grey sequin dress with blush satin pumps. She was seen out and about earlier in the day at the Gucci boutique near the Champs-Élysées.
Recently chosen face of G-Star, Gemma Arterton went for a hippie chic look in a dress with crochet detail from the Spring 2011 collection. Diane Kruger chose a dress from the same collection, hers black and gold and embellished to the max. It is almost rare to see her step out in anything other than Chanel, but this look was a great choice for her. Model and social fixture, Poppy Delevigne opted for all black and let her red lip and leopard bag serve as pops of color. Supermodel Laetitia Casta went simple and chic with a floor-length one-shoulder gown.
Tron star Olivia Wilde was another celebrity to pick from the Spring 2011 collection. She added some color to the event in an emerald green and turquoise color-block jumpsuit, which she accessorized with a purple clutch, a gold statement necklace and a gold “Vene” ring from Lucifer vir Honestus. Star of the Spring 2011 advertising campaign, Joan Smalls, went for all gray in a sleeveless sheath and thigh-high suede boots. Model and fashion royalty, Vanessa Traina, chose all-black in true Parisian fashion.
Last but not least are the EICs: Emmanuelle Alt and Anna Wintour. Alt rarely wears anything but neutrals and she did just that in a long black fur and trousers. Wintour loves a printed knee-length shift and she didn’t stray from her style at the dinner.
We’ll be seeing these fashionable faces again with Fashion Weeks all around the world just weeks away.
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