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Ashley Greene in Donna Karan | “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1” LA Premiere

Ashley Greene in Donna Karan | 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1' LA PremierePhotos: PRPhotos; Stephen Webster
Tonight was the long-awaited black carpet premiere of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1” held at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles. Ashley Greene, who plays the vampy sister Alice Cullen in the franchise, arrived to the premiere wearing a custom Donna Karan Collection nude gown with a red lace paneled overlay.

It may be the wrong movie from the series to compare it too, but am I the only one reminded of the ribbon from the “Eclipse” book cover with that cascading ruffled detail traveling down the dress? She really lived up her character; not only was this gown proof that she’s a budding “fashionista”, but I loved the tribute with the signature vampy color. It wasn’t just her dress that contained the sexy color; Ash completed the ensemble with matching lips and nails.

With her chocolate tendrils look shiny and luxurious styled in loose sculpted waves, Ashley put the finishing touches on her look with Stephen Webster “Fly By Night” earrings and the “Murder She Wrote” razon ribbon ring.

“Breaking Dawn” opens in US theaters this Friday, November 18th!

Stephen Webster Fly by Night Cascade Earrings Stephen Webster Murder She Wrote Razon Ribbon Ring

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  1. :)

    I usually do not like what Ashley wears for red carpet events but I did like this look on her. Maybe I’m in the minority but I do not like it when people wear red lips with red clothes. Too much try iIMO.

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