The BlackBerry Torch was launched with a very well-attended party last August 11. Hollywood types from â€œTwilight,â€ vamps to â€œGlee,â€ kids made an appearance.
Michelle Trachtenberg’s Statement Necklace
Michelle Trachtenberg bit back at the critics who called her, â€œfatâ€ by wearing super skinny, almost painted on jeans. She matched it with a black top, a black tuxedo jacket, Stuart Weitzman â€œExpelâ€ pumps with elastic straps and a black clutch. Michelle was wise to pull her hair back to draw more attention to her gorgeous, gold and crystal jewelry, a Dannijo, â€œOmala,â€ necklace.
Kristin Cavallari in A.L.C.
Kristin Cavallari showed off her trim figure in body-conscious A.L.C. The dress had long sleeves and a ruched skirt. In a move reminiscent of her â€œThe Hillsâ€ finale outfit, Kristin chose a nude colored-dress that sort of matched her tan and was kind of in the same color family as her blond hair. She paired her dress with black Christian Louboutin satin peep toe pumps.
Lea Michele in Jenni Kayne
Lea Michele continued her streak of successful red carpet looks in an outfit by Jenni Kayne. She kept it airy yet elegant in a loose, white chiffon blouse tucked into a mini skirt. A pattern of silver leaves adorned the skirt and made Lea stand out from the crowd. She wore nude Brian Atwood pumps.
“Twilight” Stars in Contrasting Silhouettes
Nikki Reed and Anna Kendrick went for opposite directions, style-wise. Nikki played it loose in a leopard-print dress by Sea. She matched it with Brian Atwood pumps, same as Lea Michele’s. Anna, on the other hand wore black in a bold-shouldered Alice + Olivia dress. The short and slightly sheer number seemed just a little too snug and a little too see-through.
Christina Ricci in Separates
Leading the poll on The Huffington Postâ€™s list of best-dressed for the event was Christina Ricci. The actress wore a black pencil skirt and a sleeveless paisley blouse. She carried a Chanel clutch and wore black peep toe pumps. Christina has really mastered the art of dressing for her body type. The feminine styles she favors and her use of volume have worked very well for her.