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Friday 22 August 2014

Melissa George chic at PFW

Melissa George

Melissa George looked stylish at Nina Ricci's Paris Fashion Week show yesterday.

The blonde actress looked warm in the long piece, which featured a large collar and didn't have any method of fastening.

Once inside, Melissa unveiled her more revealing outfit as she sat on the front row to see the designer's Fall/Winter 14 collection. She wore a long-sleeved see-through black jumper, revealing her dark bra underneath, with a high-waisted black skirt. Her low-denier tights were paired with black ankle boots to complete the look.

Melissa kept her look minimal by wearing no jewellery and the only splash of colour was a slick of orange lipstick. Her light hair was worn down and given a stylish messy finish.

Also on the front row was Jessica Alba. The 32-year-old star has attended several shows during the event in the French capital and didn't disappoint at Nina Ricci's production. She arrived wearing a grey coat from the fashion designer's Pre-Fall 14 collection.

Underneath this, her sophisticated ensemble was made up of a grey jumper, a navy pencil skirt and hot pink heels. Clearly a fan of the vibrant shade, Jessica matched her lipstick to her bright footwear.

Her new short hair was styled into a wavy bob, which framed her face perfectly.

Lanvin also had a host of A-list stars at its show last night. Rihanna stepped out wearing an outfit from the label's Pre-Fall 14 collection, made up of a grey high-necked peplum jacket with a fur warmer and matching sweat pants.

Emma Roberts stood out in a red shiny shirt and pink foil-like skirt, both courtesy of Lanvin.

"I just love that it’s girly but kind of edgy. I feel very glamorous tonight,” she told WWD of her outfit.

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