OMG! This is so sad!
The couple told us in a statement:
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Meanwhile, Michelle was vamping it up for the cameras in her sand-toned Alberta Ferretti knot-front gown, and looking damn good doing it!
Perhaps Cara gave her some posing lessons?
And we loved everything from the dress to the actress' Avakian diamond necklace, but that hair could've used some attention.
It looked so stringy and limp!
A sleek blowout is definitely in order for Michelle's next red carpet appearance!
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How delicately delightful!!
Evangeline Lilly scored yet another win at Berlin’s The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug premiere on Monday!
The stunning actress hit the red carpet in a floor-length Alberta Ferretti silk tulle gown. Tiered ruffle layers accentuated the skirt, and a velvet ribbon cinched her enviable waist!
A simple gold bangle, ring, and earrings were all the jewelry needed to sparkle up her look, which she completed with neutral makeup and a swept-back updo.
P.S. CLICK HERE to see her LA premiere look!
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Nicole Richie kicked fashion booty yet again while attending Saturday night's second annual Baby2Baby Gala in the City of Angels.
Her floral appliqued crop top and multicolor, striped ball skirt by Alberta Ferretti may have been more summer-y than autumn-esque, but Nicole WERKED the ensem like no other!
That's ’cause she's got the poise and confidence to pull off almost anything!
On the other hand, all those flowers didn't look so out of place on that
red carpet astroturf! Ha!
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Anna Kendrick brought the entire florist with her to the BFI London Film Fest premiere of Drinking Buddies on Friday.
The 28-year-old strutted down the red carpet in a fresh off the runway vibrant floral print crop top and matching A-line skirt by Alberta Ferretti.
It's a whole lotta flowers, but we don't hate it. We do wish Anna rethought her overpowering black accessories, though, especially those black-and-red Charlotte Olympia heels.
Ah well, at least she tried something new!
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Sandra Bullock looked fabulous before dawn on Tuesday on her way to The Today Show in NYC to promote Gravity. We're impressed!
The actress was polished and sophisticated in a colorblocked Alberta Ferretti sheath dress featuring blue sleeves and hem and scalloped accents that provided some texture.
A sleek blowout and strappy Tory Burch heels prepared her for the interview with Matt Lauer.
Later in the day, Louis' mom threw on a more feminine, floral print Yigal Azrouel sheath dress, a black blazer, and even strappier Casadei sandals to take on more promotional duties in the Big Apple.
Seems like she's enjoying fine fashion again after being in a bulky spacesuit for so long while filming. Life is better down here on Earth, isn't it?
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It must really be quite something to be considered a legend in one's own lifetime.
Kate Moss is one of the rare few who knows exactly how that feels!
In honor of Christie's upcoming auction of works by various artists of Kate's image, the supermodel appears in an issue of Net-A-Porter's The Edit dedicated entirely to her!
Showing everyone who's boss, Mossy looks regal and powerful in an intricate Alexander McQueen number while balancing expertly on some specially-made fiber glass rocks in a pair of studded McQueen heels.
In the second shot, she seems to make nice with her volcanic background as she lounges on the jagged boulders in a delicate lace Alberta Ferretti gown.
Photog Mat Collishaw had this to say about his subject and dear friend:
While it's not quite winter yet, the German beauty seemed to be celebrating the end of summer in a long sleeve, purple velvet Alberta Ferretti gown.
To complement her regal look, Diane accessorized with beautiful star burst H. Stern jewels and an obligatory Jaeger-LeCoultre watch.
As for Josh, he was more than happy to pose next to his leading lady on the black carpet in a standard tux and matching boot for his bum foot.
Such a classy couple, are they not???
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