Sheer seemed to be the theme of the night, as both Michelle Rodriguez and Jessica Stam rocked see-through dresses as they stepped out for the Leonardo Dicaprio Gala — who really owned the trend? VOTE!
Celebs have dared to bare in see-through looks for quite some time on the red carpet — and judging by Michelle Rodriguez and Jessica Stam‘s latest looks, the trend is certainly here to stay. In fact, both stars found themselves in a sheer showdown as they sported similar sexy looks, both by designer Francesco Scognamiglio, at the 2nd Annual Leonardo Dicaprio Foundation Gala at Domaine Bertaud Belleu in Saint-Tropez, France, on July 22.
Jessica has been working with legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath on a project for CoverGirl cosmetics. Prepare yourselves for possible creations, stunning photos and major how-to videos featuring the Ontario-born stunner herself!
After news broke of this collaboration, we’ve been dying to know what Pat McGrath and Jessica Stam have been concocting! New lipsticks, blushes, or mascaras? Videos with step-by-step instructions to get as gorgeous as Stam herself? The suspense is killing us! Check out their tweets and tell us what you think the collaboration might involve.
The French label presents their Fall/Winter 2011 collection without their head designer in the wake of his anti-semitic comments.
The show did go on in Paris March 4, as Christian Dior presented their Fall/Winter 2011 collection, without designer John Galliano in the aftermath of his alleged anti-semitic rant. The show opened with Dior CEO Sidney Toledano addressing the crowd, saying: “It has been deeply painful to see the Dior name associated with the disgraceful statements attributed to its designer, however brilliant he may be. Such statements are intolerable because of our collective duty to never forget the Holocaust and its victims, and because of the respect for human dignity that is owed to each person and to all peoples.”