It's hard to remember a time where Lea Michele has got it wrong on the red carpet and last night was another example of her getting it right. The 'Glee' star wore this feminine form-enhancing pre-fall Emilio Pucci dress to attend the Fox Upfront 2012 presentation in New York.
The 'Bridget Jones' actress is rarely ever spotted on the red carpet at a major event wearing anything other than Carolina Herrera and also, Dundas is known for designing pieces that ultra sexy pieces and well, let's face it, sex appeal isn't necessarily something that Zellweger tends to go for.
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By his own admission, Julien Macdonald has never been a designer set on pushing boundaries. 'I've made my name by dressing celebrities and that's fine,' he said recently. 'Glamour is always in fashion' he added, and there definitely has to be some truth in that. To say that he's doing well is quite the understatement. What he doesn't have in sales numbers for his mainline, he definitely has with his collections for Debenhams (his line with them is their most successful designer collaboration) and his recent foray into reality TV on 'Britain and Ireland's Next Top Model' have ensured that he has found a place in all of our living rooms as well as our wardrobes.
Because of his focus on all things celebrity, he was never a designer that followed. That's not because I don't respect what he does - I really do - but rather, his penchant for all things glamour and IT girl isn't something that I'm particularly drawn to. That said, recently I was lucky enough to join Shop Style on the Fashion Fringe roadshow where Collin McDowell spoke to the designer at the University of Brighton where he studied and I was totally won over. Not only is he incredibly charming, he is also incredibly outgoing (a characteristic, which Macdonald himself noted isn't very common amongst designers) and completely honest and unfiltered.
What was interesting about the talk was that a lot of us left realising just how little we knew about his incredible past.
Chloe Moretz is on the red carpet again and this time it was for the premiere of Martin Scorsese's 'Hugo in 3D'. The young actress went classic in this over the knee length black Pucci dress with an embellished collar teamed with a pair of black Chanel heels.
Something is obviously in the air at the moment when it comes to models. After Lily Aldridge got married to Kings of Leon frontman Caleb Followill, model after model have got hitched. Natasha Poly and Kate Moss followed and now Anja Rubik has joined the growing group as she tied the knot to her Polish boyfirned, Sasha Knezevic this weekend.
Wearing a short Pucci dress with a long train, guests including Pucci designer Peter Dundas and fellow model Maryna Linchuk flew to Mallorca to attend the couple's special day.
Unfortunately her wedding dress didn't do it for me but what do you think?
You always know what you're getting from Pucci. If you're a fan of all things bling and take a liking to your legs it's safe to say that Peter Dundas has you covered. However, this season he opted against his thigh revealing dresses with high slits and instead it was all about the chest.
Dresses came with low-cut V necks throughout sitting just above the knee teamed with classy black heels and black velvet styles came with lace sleeves with a white collar attached, showing off the chest. Isabeli Fontana hit the runway in all her glory in a Tudor-esqe dress with gold embroidery around the bust - think of a modern version of Anne Boleyn and you're almost there. Furs made an appearance on coats in both black and purple and Victorian style dresses came with a tiered hemline, were nipped in at the waist and had a big pussy bow.
Fergie and Kylie Minogue have worn this electric blue Pucci mini dress. Fergie wore hers for the Grammys with these silver strappy open toes while Minogue wore matching heels that didn't quite work, for a night out in London.