When Dolce and Gabbana revealed their Fall 2011 collection, Hollywood went crazy for it. The star pattern has been worn for magazine covers by Britney Spears and Anne Hathaway. Celebrities have been spotted wearing the versatile collection on the runway in the form of beautiful gowns or around town as a unique blouse or exciting pants. The variety of colors and fabrics makes each piece look different from the next. Even though countless fashionistas have rocked this look, there are a few that stood out above the rest.
For the “Curb Your Enthusiasm” premiere, Evan Rachel Wood turned the stellar pattern into a rocker-chic look. She paired star pants with a black leather jacket and a Dennis Hopper print t-shirt. The simple color scheme makes the pattern of the pants shine. She spiked up her new pixie cut to finish the look with a bit of edge. Evan Rachel Wood is the master of nailing the androgynous look and she didn’t disappoint this time.
Kim Kardashian is also a huge fan of the trend. She has been spotted wearing it three different ways. The best look was achieved while she was shooting for the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Arabia. Her sheer, yellow gown was covered in navy stars but she didn’t stop there. She wore big star earrings and a navy purse around her waist with a star chain. Kim’s hair was left down in loose waves and her makeup was made up of her signature smokey eye and a nude lip. All together, her look was high fashion perfection.
Lastly, Olivia Wilde keeps this trend simple and classy. She wore a black velvet dress with silver stars to “The Change-Up” premiere after party. The long sleeved, tea length dress stood out, without being too loud. She kept her hair down and her make-up minimal, keeping the look from becoming too busy.
Who knew stars would be the pattern of the season? This fun look can be done in so many ways that it stays looking fresh every time it’s worn.Anne Hathaway, Britney Spears, dolce and gabbana, Evan Rachel Wood, Harper's Bazaar, Harper's Bazaar Arabia, Kim Kardashian, Olivia Wilde, stars