DALLAS, Nov 4, 2009 / — Who dressed up and who dressed down? Was it Anne Hathaway, Hilary Rhoda, Elisabetta Canalis, George Clooney, Emily Blunt, Carmen Electra, Kristen Stewart, Tracee Ellis Ross, Reese Witherspoon or Ashlee Simpson?
WHO DRESSED UP?
Monday night, model Hilary Rhoda attended the 13th Annual A.C.E. (Accessories Council Exchange) Awards at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City wearing a black, plum, and mazarine silk/velvet patchwork v-neck gown from the Pre-Fall 2009 Calvin Klein Collection designed by Francisco Costa, the brands’ Women’s Creative Director.
Meanwhile it was all about fashion at the 2009 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Event held last October 30th in West Hollywood, California: Tracee Ellis Ross in Sportmax, Eva Mendes in Christian Dior Resort 2010, Jessica Alba in Prada Resort 2010, Jordana Brewster in Carolina Herrera Pre-Fall 2009.
And last September 8th (sorry, this report is very late), Elisabetta Canalis wore a teal blue Roberto Cavalli silk/chiffon strapless gown from the Spring/Summer 2010 collection when attended the premiere of “The Men Who Stare At Goats” with George Clooney during the 66th Venice Film Festival
WHO DRESSED DOWN?
It seems that the girls from “The Devil Wears Prada” have decided to dress down for a change.
Anne Hathaway was spotted leaving the Patricia Field boutique in downtown Manhattan clad in Genetic Denim while Emily Blunt was spotted in LAX also wearing Genetic Denim.
Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt are not the only Genetic Denim lovers among the celebrity set. Kristen Stewart, Reese Witherspoon, Carmen Electra, Halle Berry, Shakira, Dakota Fanning, Ashlee Simpson and Mena Suvari have all been spotted wearing the very popular Genetic Denim Shane in Ripper style.
Combining global fashion trends with individuality of fit, fabric and wash, Genetic Denim seeks to present each person with the best possible fit for their body type, accentuating assets rather than forcing everyone into the same mold.
Known for its fashion-forward style and underground cool aesthetic, Genetic Denim combines the most top-quality and otherwise unattainable fabrics with washes and cuts from around the world.