A Week in the Style of Diane Kruger

16 May 2011

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The entire fashion desk spent no less than thirty minutes discussing and sighing over all of the reasons why we want to be Diane Kruger this morning, and the totally baffling concept that we’ll NEVER actually be her. Life is so cruel. The conversation began when Diane’s golden goddess shot from the Cannes premiere of Snow White hit down on our desks.

The body! The wonder of those teeny tiny shimmering gold sequin courtesy of a certain Mr Calvin Klein! The just-so messy medieval plait! The red lips! Diane jzzuzes up even futher with the most perfect addition to any look – Joshua Jackson in a tux and trainers. Don’t they look just dreamy? *Mind wanders again* But it wasn’t just the killer gown, there have been jaw dropping moments over the past week due to the fashion prowess of DK…

Now THIS is the way to do the high-driff trend. This subversively sexy but boyish tailored jumpsuit from Roland Mouret was featured in Grazia but a few weeks ago as the perfect high-driff exposer. Glad to see she’s paying attention.

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Those leopard Natasha pumps from Alexander Wang were certainly a good purchase for Kruger at the beginning of this year. Not only has she worn them with various outfits this season, but now two different looks at Cannes. We think this thigh slight corseted dress by Jean Paul Gaultier errs on the right side of French Maid, don’t you? It’s probably the jaunty panama hat that keeps the raunch-factor in check.

If we ever needed an outfit to make a grand entrance into Nice airport, this would be it. Laid back and bohemian, but with this summer’s all important addition of something a little craft-y from South America. Diane’s Peruvian inspired jacket instantly updates a flippy skirt and classic glads.
 

- Hannah Almassi


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