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Stars bring out the block colours for CNN Heroes

Well, except Jessica Alba, that is, who brought out this gorgeous neutral patterned number.  The gorgeous shaped bodice, the almost watercolour effect of the print, teamed with flesh-toned shoes – just perfect. Does anyone else watch 90210? It’s fast becoming …

Tue, Dec 14, 2010, 10:00

   

Well, except Jessica Alba, that is, who brought out this gorgeous neutral patterned number. 

The gorgeous shaped bodice, the almost watercolour effect of the print, teamed with flesh-toned shoes – just perfect.

Does anyone else watch 90210? It’s fast becoming one of my favourite teen dramas, and Naomi (played by Anna Lynn McCord) is, without a doubt, my number one character. 

This dress (Victoria Beckham, Roland Mouret?) could have been showstopping, but on Renee – and I hate to say this as I love Bridget Jones’s Diary and, as a result, am almost willing to overlook any of Zellwegger’s faux pas – it looks slightly ghoulish. It’s the uber-toned arms and torso, and just the fact that, really, she needs a sandwich or two, that moves this from amazing to shocking.

This is just perfect. Gorgeous shape, gorgeous colour, and perfectly accessorised (how many people could pull this off without being tempted to team it with black at some stage of the accessorising process?). Top marks.

And finally, it’s Dorian Gray. I mean, Demi Moore, looking shiny and toned and, of course, gorgeous in a structured navy number. This is one of those dresses I think a lot of people own, and might have consigned to the “office” pile without ever considering wearing them as “going-out” wear.