Red Carpet Rundown: Alexander McQueen and Christian Dior Dominate Celeb Style

Kate Bosworth in Christian Dior
Lupita Nyong’o in Miu Miu
Allison Williams in Christian Dior
Carey Mulligan in Christian Dior
Michelle Pfeiffer in Alexander McQueen
Salma Hayek in Alexander McQueen
Ciara in Emilio Pucci
Miranda Kerr in Hérve Léger
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Marks & Spencer
Michelle Williams in Gucci
Kate Bosworth in Christian Dior Lupita Nyong’o in Miu Miu Allison Williams in Christian Dior Carey Mulligan in Christian Dior Michelle Pfeiffer in Alexander McQueen Salma Hayek in Alexander McQueen Ciara in Emilio Pucci Miranda Kerr in Hérve Léger Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Marks & Spencer Michelle Williams in Gucci
By Angel Lenise October 16, 2013
Short and sweet is exceptionally chic on Kate Bosworth. The Big Sur leading lady chose Christian Dior for her red carpet moment at the Carmel Art & Film Festival on Sunday where she showed up to support the film's director (and her hubby!) Michael Polish.
Miu Miu's new muse? After sitting front row at the brand's Spring 2014 show, Lupita Nyong'o captivated the carpet in a look fresh off its runway for the L.A. premiere of her new film, 12 Years A Slave.
Following the mantra that less is more, Allison Williams took the minimalist approach during last night's Elton John AIDS Foundation dinner in a simple black gown from Christian Dior.
Yellow isn't so mellow after all. Inside Llewyn Davis lead Carey Mulligan stepped out of her black-and-white run with a bold silk sheath from Christian Dior at the London Film Festival.
Following suit—pun intended—a few days later was Michelle Pfeiffer in an embroidered jacket and coordinating pants from McQueen's Fall 2013 collection at the The Family premiere in Germany.
Menswear-inspired sass by Alexander McQueen was Salma Hayek's winning recipe at the Hiroshi Shugimoto Exhibition Celebration in Paris.
Turns out Ciara is a fan of the haute hue, too. Here she is in a hooded Emilio Pucci mini with thigh-high Christian Louboutin boots at the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s 12th Annual “An Enduring Vision” Benefit Gala in NYC.
Hérve Léger was Miranda Kerr's brand of choice for her visit to the Hearst Building in New York, topped with a pale pink Prada purse.
Here's a celeb look that's totally office appropriate. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley paired this Marks & Spencer leather skirt with a simple cashmere top and Gianvito Rossi pumps.
Gucci for the gala? Don't mind if we do. Michelle Williams slid into New York's Skin Cancer Foundation Gala in a Fall 2013 Gucci dress with a thigh-high split and starry Giuseppe Zanotti heels.
Two greats ruled the red carpet this week: Alexander McQueen and Christian Dior. While Salma Hayek and Michelle Pfeiffer borrowed from the boys in pantsuits by the former, Girls star Allison WilliamsGatsby dream Carey Mulligan, and Big Sur beauty Kate Bosworth opted for feminine sheaths from Raf Simons’ Dior. This, ladies (and gentlemen) is what a sartorial battle of the sexes should look like.
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