By People Staff
June 09, 2008 12:00 PM

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Talk about a scent-sational look. These dresses offer a twist on the season’s floral fixation with a single, glorious petal design

CARRIE UNDERWOOD in Badgley Mischka Platinum in Las Vegas.

ANA ORTIZ in Jayson Brunsdon in N.Y.C.

JUD TYLOR in Foley + Corinna in L.A.

DITA VON TEESE in Dior Haute Couture in Cannes.

FERGIE in Karen Millen in L.A.


Natalie Portman looked très magnifique in a flouncy Lanvin dress and Tiffany & Co. diamonds at the premiere of Che May 21 in Cannes.

Behind the Seams


American Idol may be over, but fans can now re-create contestants’ looks with Me by {Me}zhgan, a new makeup line by the show’s lead make-up artist Mezhgan Hussainy. Hussainy used the line on both male and female contestants and the judges. “They love the products because it doesn’t feel like they are wearing anything,” she says. A surprise fave? “The guys really like my eyelash curler.” Simon, say it ain’t so!

Cheeky {me} multi-color blush, $45, Luminous {me} primer and foundation, $49;



Italian luxury label Tod’s has tapped Gwyneth Paltrow to be the new face for their upcoming ad campaign, and it’s no wonder given the mother-of-two’s recent dazzling appearance at the Cannes Film Festival. The star hit the French Riviera for a whirlwind trip to debut a short film for Tod’s (directed by Dennis Hopper) as well as her upcoming drama Two Lovers. Though she’s known for chic designer dresses and sky-high heels, Paltrow says Tod’s is a perfect fit. “It’s a really nice casual look,” she said at a party on Tod’s founder Diego Della Valle’s yacht May 19. “You don’t want to look like a complete housewife in sweatpants!”


In Celine at the Two Lovers photocall on May 20.

In Lanvin at a Chopard party on May 19.

In Lanvin at a Tod’s party on May 19.

In Chanel at the Two Lovers premiere May 19.


Carrie On!

Break out the cosmos, ladies! Sex and the City: The Movie is out May 30—and, like the TV series, the fashion is as much of a character as Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker) and Co. To coincide with the film, HarperCollins is releasing a companion book ($29.95;, featuring never-before-seen outtakes, commentary by costume designer Patricia Fields and a foreword by SJP herself. “What [Fields] puts together is a fantasy,” says associate producer Melinda Relyea on Carrie’s ensembles, many of which came from co-costumer Danny Santiago’s vintage warehouse in Miami and secondhand shops in N.Y.C. “She’ll take this priceless piece from Chanel, put it with a ratty vintage T-shirt and throw in a wild purse.” Here’s the inside scoop on Ms. Bradshaw’s looks.

“[Fashion] is the one place in your life that you can actually rationalize this kind of indulgence”

SARAH JESSICA PARKER in a Vivienne Westwood dress and Manolo Blahnik shoes