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Diane Kruger rocks the 2010 Critics' Choice Awards red carpet in her white Donna Karan romantic floor-length gown. Avatar ...
star, Zoe Saldana, goes short and sweet in a showstopping Jason Wu belted minidress, and Marion Cotillard shines in a Christian Dior bustier and sequin skirt ensemble. A white-hot night at the CCAs!
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Diane, Zoe & Marion Rock White-Hot Dresses on Critics' Choice Red Carpet
Chelsea: Kruger rocked it once again in a romantic Donna Karan drapey floor length gown and clot in white. Despite what she told Fab at last week’s People’s Choice Awards.
Diane Kruger: I'm thinking more color. I fee like it's time to mix it up.
Chelsea: Diane’s Donna Didi is perfectly complimented with heels from the one and only Jimmy Choo.
Zoe has hold on a.k.a.—beams on stage in a fun, flirty Jason Wu mini frock. With a Juliet inspired sleeve, a draped hem and a black ribbon belt, Zoey pulls off pure to New York perfection.
Marion Cotillard rounds out the winner white trio in a Christian Dior bustier and sequin skirted ensemble. Opting for off weight and long layered necklaces, Marion adds a cool vintage spirit to the Red Carpet.
Moral of the story? You can definitely wear white after Labor Day. Thanks for watching FabTV, stay fab.