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September 2 2014

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Who Wore It Best At Calvin’s Berlin Bash?

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Berlin fashion week is now in full swing, and Calvin Klein threw a fashion show and epic party to celebrate the occasion. (A few Teutons can be forgiven for being distracted by the Germany/Spain World Cup game, which the brand screened at the fête.) As you’d expect, plenty of house favorites, like newly signed face of Calvin Klein Underwear, Zoe Saldana, and Diane Kruger, who wore Calvin Klein Collection to the Met ball this year, were on hand. The dress code? All Calvin, of course. Saldana wore a pale green cutout CKC dress with the platform, contrast-heel pumps Francisco Costa showed for Resort. Kruger, on the other hand, went even more classic-Calvin minimal in a sleeveless white mini-shift and towering, lug-soled platform sandals. So who wore it best? Do you like Zoe’s edgier, of-the-moment look, or do you prefer Diane’s pared-down, old-school chic?

Photos: Billy Farrell/Patrick McMullan

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  1. LeilaSilva says:

    Dresses are always special at least for most of us women are our best friends. Although I loved the colors of both, I think the model chosen by Zoe Saldanha favored her more in modeling and length. Very feminine and sensual as accurate!

    Leila Silva
    http://www.leilasilva.wordpress.com

  2. tr_ro says:

    Zoe Saldana wore it better! The dress accentuates her figure perfectly!
    The shoes are nice and the dress is pretty sexy! which means more points in my book!

  3. NotMod says:

    Both great, but… Diane’s choice is somethign I would / could / will do in a snap: the one that feels better, must be – it is stuff to wear, glamor, humor & all.

  4. dazzledeyes says:

    I think they both look gorgeous, but I like Diane’s look better, because it’s a little more unexpected than the usual body-hugging dress.

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