Nicole Richie looked enchanting in a sleek black sleeveless gown by Osman Yousefzada with cutout side details on her leather bodice. This dress, from the Fall/Winter 2011 collection, was previously seen in hot pink and cobalt blue. I adore the black, especially on Nicole. She aced the rest of her look with a pinned up’do that left her full bangs and stray pieces on display. Her bold jewelry came from her own House of Harlow 1960 line. Werk it girl!
“Private Practice” actress Kate Walsh was radiant in a silk deep purple one shoulder gown by Temperley. I really like the sash belt gathering at the waist and the fluttery short sleeve. It was an effortlessly beautiful look for her. Red lips and perfectly curled tendrils finished off her look.
Heavy embellishments was not a major factor for dresses on the white carpet at the UNICEF ball, and Kristen Bell was another lady proof of that. The 31-year-old actress was lovely in a bright white one shouldered Christian Dior gown with floor-length back draping. With her hair casually pinned up, she accessorized with a pretty metallic silver clutch that matched her hidden silver leather “Sophia” pumps by Alejandro Ingelmo. I adore her 18k white gold and diamond tassel pearl earrings by Katerina Maxine.
Embroidered details may not have been popular at the event, but that doesn’t mean they were non-existent. Rose McGowan, in my opinion, looked the best she has in a very long time in a gorgeous dark purple laced gown by Dolce&Gabbana. The nude under-layer allowed for the colorful lace to really pop while the banding at the waist and nipped gliding skirt gave her a flawless silhouette.
The best part of the whole dress was the shades of pink and ecru floral appliqués in different sizes throughout the whole dress. Her pinned-to-the-side cascading curls was the perfect finishing touch.