21 posts tagged "Diane Kruger"
After Angelina Jolie pulled out that stunning red lip to support Brad Pitt at the Inglourious Basterds premiere at Cannes, we couldn’t wait to see what else she had in store for the press junket. Sadly, the mother of six has been M.I.A. for most of its tour—other commitments, no doubt. But she showed up last night for the L.A. screening, almost completely sans makeup. A little black shadow smudged around the outer corners of her eyes, some mascara, and a touch of gloss-coated liner was all she felt necessary to accessorize her silhouette-hugging, black leather strapless Michael Kors number. And yet, she still dominated the red carpet. (Sorry, Diane Kruger.)
Diane Kruger has become something of a master at changing up her look from photo call to film premiere since the press junket for Inglourious Basterds began way back in May at Cannes. Her appearance yesterday in Germany proved no exception, as the actress took a taupe-y mauve smoky eye from day to night, pinning her soft beach waves into a sleek forties-era style and slapping on a deep berry lip for a complete day-to-night transformation. Which look do you prefer?
Usually a proponent of sleeker side-swept looks, Diane Kruger embraced her softer side at a photo call for Inglourious Basterds in Cannes today with an interesting mélange of braids that seems to start with the plain French technique and segue into a fishtail. Very natural makeup complemented the daytime style, which we kind of like but also find almost too deliberately sloppy—this is Cannes, after all. You?
Last night’s Chanel dinner celebrating the Eighth Annual Tribeca Film Festival presented us with a “who wore it better?” opportunity that we just couldn’t pass up. And so, without further ado: Mary-Kate Olsen, Diane Kruger, and two different interpretations of the black liner/nude lip combo. Discuss.
Sporting a smoky eye and metallic lip, Diane Kruger seemed to be going for a more sultry makeup look than usual at the César Film Awards this past weekend in Paris—except for that bejeweled hair clip holding her side-swept bangs. The latter is a bit grade school for our liking (and it’s not the first time we’ve spied this style on the model-turned-actress). Too juvenile for the red carpet or the perfect touch of understated elegance? Discuss.