My fashion icons: Rose Byrne

From her role as Ellen Parsons in “Damages” to the big screen with “X-men: First class” and “Bridesmaids”, I believe the Australian actress has a lot of potential for becoming one of the “most wanted” in Hollywood. And seeing her fashion choices you can’t escape liking her. Her casual style ranges from sharp to rugged, her beautiful knee length dresses, funky skirts and fancy pants for more formal occasions and her red carpet attires are just flawless. I also love how her hair is the perfect accessory for her combos. And that jumpsuit from the SAG awards was divine.

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My fashion icons: Miranda Kerr

She’s my favorite Victoria’s secret angel. She’s the Australian beauty that married Legolas and has the cutest dimples ever. She’s Miranda Kerr.

I heart her everyday casual style. She mixes up romantic, sexy, edgy, cute and glamorous in a perfect fashion blend.

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Miranda’s red carpet appearances are another combination. This time you can see her sexy, elegant, delicate, sweet, vamped-up and even futuristic.

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My fashion icons: Emma Watson

Who can be more magical than Hermione Granger herself? Ever since her star rose with Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s stone, she’s been a true fashion inspiration. From her sweet and quirky casual style to her flawless and age appropriate red carpet get-ups, Emma Watson is one of my all-time favorite fashionistas. Moreover, after The Perks of Being a Wallflower I can’t wait to see what the future holds for the British beauty. More amazing movies and more amazing fashion, I’m sure!

At the London premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 in a stunning Oscar de la Renta ball gown and Boodles jewellery

At the London premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 in a stunning Oscar de la Renta ball gown and Boodles jewellery

In a vintage Ossie Clark gown with sheer sleeves at the Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince premiere

In a vintage Ossie Clark gown with sheer sleeves at the Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince premiere

Rocker chic in a tartan plaid Alexander McQueen dress combined with a leather jacket and killer shoes at the GQ Man of the Year awards in London

Rocker chic in a tartan plaid Alexander McQueen dress combined with a leather jacket and killer shoes at the GQ Man of the Year awards in London

With a little funky and gorgeous floral peplum Erdem mini at the Perks of being a Wallflower premiere ate the Toronto International Film Festival

With a little funky and gorgeous floral peplum Erdem mini at the Perks of being a Wallflower premiere ate the Toronto International Film Festival

Romantic in a Elie Saab minidress with simple silver accessories and beautiful hair and makeup at a Lancome event in Hong Kong

Romantic in a Elie Saab minidress with simple silver accessories and beautiful hair and makeup at a Lancome event in Hong Kong

Flawless in this amazing white Burberry gown at the Costume Institute Gala Benefit

Flawless in this amazing white Burberry gown at the Costume Institute Gala Benefit

A Miu Miu floral skirt, black leather jacket, peep-toe heels and pink clutch are perfect for the Tribeca Film Festival

A Miu Miu floral skirt, black leather jacket, peep-toe heels and pink clutch are perfect for the Tribeca Film Festival

 

Casual and classy in neutrals

Casual and classy in neutrals

Fun and a little edgy

Fun and a little edgy

 

My fashion icons: Mila Kunis

Milena Markovna Kunis, known as Mila Kunis (29),  is one of Hollywood’s young actresses I like a lot. With her one brown and one green eye, distinct sounding voice, petite figure and great work choices what’s not to like 🙂

Her first gig was in 1995 and from then on her career picked up to big-budget movies. Mila is mostly known for playing Jackie Burkhart in “That ’70s Show” (1998), but her breakthrough film was Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Since then she starred in films like The Book of EliBlack SwanFriends with Benefits and Ted.

In addition to her movie career, I’m a big fan of Mila Kunis’s style. She effortlessly demonstrates her signature look – smoky eye, smoking dress, glossy hair, killer heels on the red carpet. Moreover, her daily fashion looks comfy and cute and modern at the same time.

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Mila seems to love textures and classic shapes with little modern detail twists. There’s lots of layering, draping, and flounce going on with her dresses.

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At the Golden Globes she wore this stunning emerald green, one-shoulder draped Vera Wang dress.

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With an amazing and daring floral appliqué gown by Matthew Williamson for the LA premiere of Max Payne.

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Kunis smolders in a black cut-out dress at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner at the Washington Hilton in April 2012.

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At the Oscars, Mila dazzled in this lilac chiffon and lace Elie Saab gown which perfectly complimented her olive skin and dark hair.

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At the “Ted” LA premiere she rocked this jade green satin pumps with black lace overlay.

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Rock chic and sequins! She looks modern and a little edgy.

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Sexy or romantic…both work on Mila!

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Cute and casual seems to look great on Mila Kunis.