Style Snaps: May 12, 2014

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By Lauren Kaplan May 12, 2014
Donna Karan, Anna Wintour, Carolina Herrera and Claire Danes spent their Sunday at Born Free Africa's Mother's Day Carnival. It's quite the group, don't you think?
Ms. Wintour touched base with Ariana Grande, who performed at the event, which was supported by Amazon Fashion, Shopbop and MAC Aids Fund. We're certain that Wintour approved of the singer's white DVF frock.
Rumer Willis posed in an embellished Lorena Sarbu dress (with very bright hair!) at the LA Gay & Lesbian Center's 2014 An Evening With Women on May 10.
Shakira attended and performed at Wango Tango, and sported distressed denim for a casual vibe. She amped up her look by layering DYLANLEX's Bowie necklace atop her hole-y t-shirt and embellished bra.
Rita Ora bared her Calvins while performing at the Heaven at G-A-Y Nightclub on Saturday night in London.
What a trio! Doutzen Kroes, Carolyn Murphy and Christy Turlington Burns attended the 3rd Annual Every Mother Counts MPower Lunch on Friday, May 9 in New York City. All three women wore pieces from Calvin Klein.
Rachel Zoe and Ali Larter helped Jordana Woodland celebrate the opening of her brand's, Naked Princess, first brick-and-mortar store in West Hollywood. The boutique offers custom gifting and atelier services for brides, bridal parties and small groups.
Courtney Kerr collaborated with Gorjana on a brand new jewelry collection. The gold geometric pieces go on sale today at
Kourtney Kardashian was out and about in LA wearing the Verdugo Ultra Skinny jean from Paige Denim with a worn-in band t-shirt.
Every day, we bring you celebrity sightings and stylings as seen everywhere from the streets to the red carpet. Whether they’re dolled up or dressed down, we can’t resist the need to know who wore what. To celebrate Mother's Day and give back at the same time, a number of fashion influencers attended Sunday's carnival, which supported Born Free Africa. Families enjoyed performances by Idina Menzel and Ariana Grande, as well as activities like throwing footballs and shooting hoops with the NFL and NBA's finest, and facepainting with MAC makeup artists. The organization's goal is to end mother-to-child transmission of HIV by December 31, 2015--a goal that Donna Karan, Anna Wintour, Carolina Herrera, Claire Danes and more are all proudly working towards in partnership with the organization.
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