Diane Kruger Steals the Spotlight in Prabal Gurung at MoMA’s Film Benefit for Quentin Tarantino

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It may have been Quentin Tarantino who was honored at the recent The Museum of Modern Art 5th annual Film Benefit, but it was Diane Kruger who caught our eye:

Diane Kruger in a Prabal Gurung dress at The Museum of Modern Art 5th Annual Film Benefit honoring Quentin TarantinoDiane Kruger in a Prabal Gurung dress at The Museum of Modern Art 5th Annual Film Benefit honoring Quentin Tarantino in New York City on December 3, 2012 (Credit: Ivan Nikolov / WENN)

The ‘Inglourious Basterds’ star was spotted at the event looking stunning in a grey Prabal Gurung gown. I think more than the golden-haired actress’ natural beauty, we were gravitating towards the ruffled ensemble she wore.

Diane Kruger wore a Prabal Gurung Spring 2013 two-tone chiffon evening gown with a sporty crisscross neckline and tiered ruffle details, complemented by a wide white leather belt with a mirrored plate, neutral makeup, blonde waves, Brian Atwood sandals, Crow’s Nest jewelry, and a Charlotte Olympia clutchDiane Kruger wore a Prabal Gurung Spring 2013 two-tone chiffon evening gown with a sporty crisscross neckline and tiered ruffle details, complemented by a wide white leather belt with a mirrored plate, neutral makeup, blonde waves, Brian Atwood sandals, Crow’s Nest jewelry, and a Charlotte Olympia clutch (Credit: Ivan Nikolov / WENN)

We love the mix of ruffle tiers with the sheer panels, creating a sexy but sweet look for the actress. The white belt gave it a modern touch, which the actress echoed with Charlotte Olympia’s Domino Pandora perspex clutch.

And while this haltered dress makes Kruger look like an ice princess, we should point out that the gown is part of the designer’s Spring 2013 collection.

Like the dress, we found the collection a heavenly mix of carefree, lightweight dresses and structured everyday pieces that will set the trend next year.

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