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July 02, 2011  | by: Stephenie Miller

Ashley Greene, Minka Kelly and Teresa Palmer

Italian fashion house, Salvatore Ferragamo, presented its Resort 2012 Women’s Collection last Tuesday.  The New York show was the place to be for fashionable celebrities.

This is the first resort collection for Ferragamo and they nailed it.  The collection mixes elegant femininity with the fashionable menswear trend.  Pieces include floor length gowns, wide-legged trousers and long blazers in blues, grays and sparkling silvers.

Eva Mendes at the Salvatore Ferragamo Fashion Show

“A-list” beauties attended the fashion show looking amazing in Ferragamo designs, of course.  Eva Mendes wore a beige and white halter dress that looked amazing on her tan skin.  Minka Kelly attended wearing a classic black dress with accents of color in her purple suede pumps and turquoise suede clutch. “Twilight” star Ashley Greene looked beautiful as usual in a white belted dress with a plunging neckline.  Her bright red heels and black and white houndstooth clutch popped against the white dress.

Freida Pinto, Emma Roberts and Teresa Palmer were also in attendance looking chic.  Salvatore Ferragamo clothing looks great on all of the celebrities and they are anxious to add the resort collection to their wardrobes.  After the show, Greene tweeted, “I’m already calling dibs on some of the pieces!”

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