Ashley Greene Sizzles In Giambattista At amfAR Gala

Thu, February 7, 2013 11:05am EDT by 3 Comments

Looking like a Grecian vision, this ‘Twilight‘ actress looked like an epic vision at the honorable amfAR gala held on the eve of New York City’s Fashion Week on Feb. 6 —  saying this look was a hit is an understatement!

Ashley Greene, 25, most famously known for playing Alice Cullen in the Twilight franchise, looked immaculate at the New York City’s amfAR gala held on Feb. 6. The starlet wore a Giambattista Valli Resort look from the designers 2013 collection. Looking very camera ready, the beauty pulled off one of the best looks of the night!

The halter dress was in a candy white shade, showing off the star’s beautiful porcelain looking skin. Shining from head to toe, the dress also featured a simple key hole effect that was finished off with a leaf cinching belt that hung to her barely there waist. The dress hung perfectly to Ashley’s toned frame. White is a color that is never easy to wear, but Ashley makes this Greek inspired look not only look glamorous, she makes it look repeatable!

This star is known for her lady-like fashion sense and this dress complimented her signature style amazingly. The fashionable Ashley is said to be attending the Donna Karan Fall 2013 show — wonder what she will wear being front row and center?!

Flipping her shiny brown locks into a side part followed by bouncy curls, just added on to the gorgeous ensemble. Delicately adding to the look was a pair of Lorraine
 Schwartz flower yellow-gold earrings which of course added to the dramatic placement of her belt. The look was finished off with a pretty pink pout and silver eyeliner. The actress knows what works best for her and plays all the risks at a safe pace! Way to go, Ash!

HollywoodLifers, what do you guys thing? Should Ashley play Greek Goddess again? Let us know!

Shim Richard

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