Diane Kruger Flaunts Legs in Brian Atwood ‘Tamara’ Sandals

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Fashion met finesse on Tuesday at the New York City Ballet Fall Gala. The gala offered a line-up of ballet performances that each consisted of different and unique costumes.  Various high-fashion designers such a Jason Wu, Narciso Rodriguez and Rosie Assoulin created and conceptualized those costumes. It was almost like a unique runway show fit for NYFW – which is what the Ballet was going for.

“In 2011, Lincoln Center was hosting Fashion Week; with so much creativity and experimentation right at our doorstep, we thought why not harness it?” explained co-chair Sarah Jessica Parker.

While SJP was very much in ballerina mode, Diane Kruger also combined impeccable fashion with her inner dancer in a chiffon babydoll dress that reminded us of a tutu. The dress is from Giambattista Valli’s Fall 2016 Couture collection and really showcased her gorgeous legs.

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diane-kruger-nyc-ballet-gala4Diane Kruger attends the New York City Ballet Fall Gala in Giambattista Valli Couture on September 20, 2016.

The actress paired her dress with high-heeled Brian Atwood “Tamara” sandals. She accessorized with pearl earrings and a black embellished clutch. Diane kept her makeup light and her hair was tied in a messy updo.

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diane-kruger-nyc-ballet-gala-shoes2Diane Kruger in Brian Atwood “Tamara” sandals.

The “Tamara” sandals are no longer available online, but there is a very similar alternative from Giuseppe Zanotti available from Net-A-Porter.

giuseppe-zanotti-metallic-sandalsGiuseppe Zanotti Metallic Leather Sandals, $775 from Net-A-Porter

Credit: Ivan Nikolov/WENN

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