Happy Thursday everyone!
We’re having a few warm days in the Big Apple, thus it’s all about bare legs for me this week.
A smattering of celebs went high-fashion in the world’s top cities in crop tops, pencil skirts, leather dresses, vintage, and so much more.
Check out the week’s most notable ensembles…
Jamie Chung she showed off her enviable abs in a white bustier crop top at the Schutz Spring 2014 Launch. She covered up a tad with a contrast lapel blazer and stripe slit skirt. This was unexpected, yet cute.
Alessandra Ambrosio was the lady in red at the launch in a Cushnie et Ochs Pre-Fall 2014 long coat, layered over a bustier crop top and high-waist pencil skirt. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a woman look bad in Cushnie et Ochs.
Clearly it’s all about crop tops this season! DJ Kiss was the third lady to wear one this week at the American Express #EveryDayMoments Launch in NYC. I loved the way she offset the simple billowing piece with a cluster pearl necklace, high-waist printed skirt, and $770 Gianvito Rossi Leopard and PVC Pumps.
Veronica Mars star Kristen Bell was also at the party, skewing sultry in a $769 Camilla and Marc Meridian Dress. I need this frock in my closet STAT.
Also in attendance was The Face Season 1 winner Devyn Abdullah who donned a cobalt blue jumpsuit and black leather peep-toe booties.
Cameron Diaz kept it simple and chic in a $3,450 The Row Hentner Dress and nude pumps at the London premiere of her new film, The Other Woman. Hot!
Kate Upton channeled old Hollywood glamour in a William Vintage dress. She’s never looked better.
Closing out the week was comedienne Leslie Mann at the premiere in a Giles Fall 2014 frock.
That’s all folks! Did any look impress you this week?
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