ZOE SALDANA’S FIERCE FASHION SENSE 2009

Saldana rocked a ruffle-front dress by Loewe and Jimmy Choo heels to the red-carpet premiere of “Star Trek.”

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Saldana slays in a futuristic Emilio Pucci creation and sexy strappy Brian Atwood heels.

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The New Jersey native knocks it out of the fashion ball park in this origami-influenced Chloe dress at the opening of the Chloe boutique.

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Saldana wows as usual in this flirty tiered Azzedine Alaia dress and cage booties at the U.K. premiere of “Star Trek”. The belt cinches her waist and balances out the proportions of the fuller skirt.

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Tackle the one-shoulder trend that is so hot right now like Saldana in this red confection by Prabal Gurung. Her updo and elegant jewelry compliment her shoulder line. And we’re feelin’ the Emilio Pucci gladiator sandals.

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Workin’ the crowd at the Vanity Fair Oscar after party, Saldana challenged convention in this leopard print Dolce & Gabbana gown. The traditional silhouette juxtaposed with the racy print is a play on new Hollywood meets old Hollywood glamour.

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 Zoe Saldana

Star Trek star Zoe Saldana got a leg up on Fashion Week in stem-baring styles from New York’s finest designers. The actress wore a ruffled sapphire dress (far left) to Lela Rose, then swung by the Diane von Furstenberg show in a mini-tiered frock (center). At the Dolce & Gabbana book signing, Saldana kept her legs in focus in baggy Bermudas and a tailored vest.
Zoe Saldana, Fashion Week, It Girls
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~ by jennylilbit on December 17, 2009.

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