This Week's Fab Five
This week was all about the classics. And the winners are...
Anne Hathaway in Antonio Berardi at the "Love & Other Drugs" premiere in Hollywood. Much like myself, Anne has an appreciation for classic styles with modern, and often unexpected, twists. This dress, which features a sexy, lace inset and futuristic folded panels along the waist is no exception.
Olivia Wilde in Michael Kors at the 2010 BAFTA Los Angeles Britannia Awards. Olivia relies not on color or design, but rather a combination of different textures (in this case a plunging cashmere top and, the star of the show, a sequined fishtail skirt) to make this look, which is as sensational as it is simplistic.
Carey Mulligan in Preen at the 2010 BAFTA Los Angeles Britannia Awards. When I first saw this look, my eyes were immediately drawn to Carey's bright blue, suede platforms, which added a playful touch to her otherwise refined paisley-beaded blouse and full skirt ensemble and popped against the red carpet.
Sienna Miller in Stella McCartney at the UNESCO Charity Gala in Germany. This blush-ccolored gown, which boasts a plunging lace top and a silky smooth skirt, is the epitome of glamour. The actress topped off her look with a diamond collar and drop earrings.
Julianne Moore in Alexander McQueen at the Bvlgari Express for Save The Children Party in Rome. After the stunt Julianne pulled at "The Kids Are Alright" premiere in London (see her look here), it was refreshing to see her redeem herself in this lace-inset sheath, which she topped off with Christian Louboutin sandals.
Photos (left to right): Jeffrey Mayer/WireImage; Toby Canham/Getty Images; Toby Canham/Getty Images; Toni Passig/WireImage; Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images