They say three’s a crowd but, when the crowd is looking this good, how could one complain? Even in the limelight, Kate Moss, Daria Werbowy and Lara Stone are showing that sharing, when it’s done right, means that they everyone can steal the show.
Triple trouble: Kate, Daria and Lara dress dilemma
Fashionistas say that the LBD is an essential addition to any woman’s wardrobe, but I’ve never thought that the little black dress would become as versatile as this. Three famous models, one dress? How is this possible and who would have thought that pitching these three beauties against each other was going to be a good idea? Well, the decisions of Emmanuelle Alt, the editor-in-chief of Vogue Paris, have worked wonders and we are able to see how the wears of Dolce&Gabbana are not only versatile in their own right, but are also able to bring out that special something from whoever wears it.
Kate Moss wearing Dolce&Gabbana in Vogue Paris September 2012
Daria Werbowy wearing Dolce&Gabbana in Vogue Paris September 2012
Lara Stone wearing Dolce&Gabbana in Vogue Paris September 2012
However, this is a special occasion and those ‘whoevers’ happen to be Kate Moss, Daria Werbowy and Lara Stone, giving that dress a certain vavavoom that most of us try to emulate on a day-to-day basis and with little success. But it is the dress that is stealing the show here. Gracing the covers of Vogue Paris, the net dress has given us a hat trick of stunning looks, all topped off with a slick of red on the lips. It could almost be a case of double… make that triple-take, but the girls all hold their own with looks that are sweet, sultry and slightly startling. To put it simply, they look amazing.
Photography Mert & Marcus
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