Keri Russell incorporated her chic yet laid-back style into this season’s menswear trend as she stepped out on the red carpet for the New York screening of Fargo. The 38-year-old actress wore a silk tank top and a black jacket from Haider Ackermann, which she paired with black shorts from Proenza Schouler. She added a necessary oomph to her outfit with zebra-printed heels from Gianvito Rossi.
Although Keri looked great, she could have amped up this look a bit more. Perhaps with statement jewels or a dash of color with bold lips? What do you think?
Keri Russell at the FX Networks Upfront premiere screening of Fargo held at SVA Theater in New York City on April 9, 2014
Keri wore a pair of ankle-strap heels in brown, black, and white zebra print from Gianvito Rossi, which were the most striking part of her casual-cool ensemble. These shoes feature crisscross straps, open toes, covered heels, and tricolor zebra print.
Diane Kruger also graced the red carpet with her fabulous presence. She stood out in her sexy and edgy black jumpsuit from Zuhair Murad’s fall 2014 collection, which features padded shoulders and a lace-up bodice. This was a sultry and uber-cool black silk knit number from Hollywood’s latest favorite designer, and the stunning German actress pulled it off extremely well.
Soft pink lips, a subtle bronze glow, and free-flowing strands falling softly on one side of her face provided a nice contrast to her bold and sharp look. Her hair was braided on the other side and pulled back into a chic updo to show off her gorgeous face and an assortment of stunning earrings from Jacquie Aiche. She carried a gold box clutch and finished off her look with black satin pumps so as not to compete with the details of her outfit.
While fashion critics fawned over Diane’s latest red carpet look, most of them wished that she opted for strappy sandals instead of pumps. What do you think?
Diane Kruger at the FX Networks Upfront premiere screening of Fargo held at SVA Theater in New York City on April 9, 2014
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