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Pastasauce and her new friends (no, we’re not talking about the totally random group of randoms standing behind that step-and-repeat) accompanied boyfriend Iker Casillas to the 40 Principales Awards in Madrid last week.
The ever-beautiful Sara brought her ‘A’ game by wearing a bandage dress from the Hervé Léger by Max Azria Resort 2011 collection, which she paired with a black clutch and heels.
Seeing a celeb or WAG go wrong in a bandage dress doesn’t happen often, and luckily Sara keeps her end of the bargain. We will take a slight issue however, with her accessories. There’s nothing wrong with wearing a black dress, but with so many options for colorful, fun accessories we ask the question: why so… triple z? (Image via Style.com)
Image via Dsquared2
What could possibly be better than ‘ballers in slick designer gear? (Naked ballers, obviously. We should have asked a different question to make our point, but never mind.)
In recent years, design houses have paired up with the top European football clubs to design their off-field uniforms with great success. Chelsea partnered with Dolce & Gabbana beginning in 2010 and Manchester United’s suits are made by British designer Paul Smith.
Over in La Liga, Italian-based/Canadian born design house Dsquared2 recently launched their second collection for the buff bods of Barcelona. Having just come off of a three year deal designing for Juventus, Dsquared2 is primed and ready to lay some cashmere and silk on the pecs of Pique and Puyol.
Not only will the fellas be getting suits, but belts, gloves, bags, and leather boots will also be available to them. Victor Valdes + leather and good tailoring = happy Kickettes. (Take a VV Dsquared2 break here, and rejoin us promptly.)
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Blake Lively in Chanel Couture at the premiere of The Town in September. Image via Getty Images/Daylife.
Blake Lively may or may not be the next face of Chanel handbags. Meh. Karl can do better.
In case you missed our tweet last week, Rafael Nadal has succeed David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo as the face, er, body of Armani underwear. Nice one.
Yves Saint Laurent wants you! If you are a tall, elegant, beautiful person and close to Paris then you could be an extra in the legendary fashion house’s next ad campaign.
Brit designer Matthew Williamson will design bridal wear beginning in 2011! Start saving, brides-to-be!
The gorgeous Joan Smalls is the new face of Estée Lauder. Go ahead. Be jealous of her perfect skin.
Pantone announced “Honeysuckle” as its color of the year for 2011. There’s still time to stock up for Spring!
Diane von Furstenberg has taken her iconic wrap silhouette to the romper. You like?
Quite clearly giddy with excitement at winning our WAG Elite Eleven, Sylvie recently appeared on Menschen, Bilder, Emotionen, dressed as what one of our Kickette staffers termed, a ‘disco elf’. And not the good kind of disco elf either.
Clearly Sylvie’s delight at winning the approval of Kickettes across the globe affected her usual stellar style, leaving her disorientated and at the mercy of a very evil stylist indeed.
Indeed, this was a stylist who thought the best way to punish Sylvie for her inherent fabulosity and all round awesomeness was to dress her in spangled disco shorts Diana Ross herself would put in the charity bin and this Mango “Angry Birds” feathered top.
Sadly, due to this lapse in judgment, we’re going to have to brand Sylvie with the Dressed at Gunpoint stamp. We didn’t want to have to do this, we promise you, but we couldn’t let this rampant abuse of sequins and ill-feathers go unpunished.
Stylists everywhere take note, we are watching. Mess with our fave WAGs at your peril.
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