This week’s Style Watch feature showcases looks from stylish celebrities that run in two veins: the predictable and the unexpected.
Solange Knowles, known for her daring fashion ensembles and street style savvy, opted for a silk floral-printed dress in a 50s silhouette by Dolce & Gabbana for her appearance at the American Ballet Theatre’s Opening Night Gala. Emma Roberts, usually given to wearing pretty, frothy frocks, chose instead to embrace the menswear trend in a printed tuxedo blazer and matching cropped trousers by Nanette Lepore when she attended the CFDA’s unveiling of the “Emma” sunglasses. On the predictable side were the Olsen twins, drowning in oversized silk dresses and dusters, and Lauren Conrad in a happy-yellow sundress. Check out the rest of the looks and tell us whether you thought they were predictable or unexpected.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen wearing The Row at the Innovator Of The Year Awards
Solange Knowles wearing a Dolce & Gabbana dress at the American Ballet Theatre’s Opening Night Gala
Karolina Kurkova wearing a Roberto Cavalli pantsuit at Bergdorf Goodman’s 111th anniversary celebrations
Olivia Palermo wearing a Tibi & Bird by Juicy Couture dress at the Mario Testino Exhibit
Gisele Bundchen wearing a Tom Ford jacket and a Halston Heritage dress at the Mario Testino Exhibit
Emma Roberts wearing a Nanette Lepore pantsuit at the CFDA unveiling of the Emma sunglasses
Lauren Conrad wearing a Yoana Baraschi dress at a Barnes & Noble appearance
Bérénice Marlohe wearing a Salvatore Ferragamo coat at the Skyfall cast photocall
Naomi Watts wearing a Helmut Lang blazer, a Target blouse, and black jeans at Target’s 50th anniversary celebrations
Gwyneth Paltrow wearing a Michael Kors dress at the Golden Heart Gala