What Was She Wearing – feat. Penelope Cruz & Gemma Ward

Your burning celebrity fashion questions are answered once again in today’s What Was She Wearing story. As always, WWWD’s fantastic interns Allison and Jessica stalked publicists and devoured look books to deliver the latest star style information to you, dear readers. Enjoy!

A reader asked about this clutch that Penelope Cruz recently carried in Los Angeles. Made by Fendi, the clutch is embellished in a unique pattern, which gives some character to the Volver star’s unadorned ensemble. Hard to find, Fendi’s Spring 2007 handbag line features a few different futuristic designs such as this one for about $920. Call or visit your nearest Fendi boutique for similar styles.

When you combine effortless elegance with a hint of old Hollywood charm, the result is the never-less-than-fabulous Drew Barrymore. Seen here in a pretty ensemble at the London premiere of Music & Lyrics, her metallic headband left many of our readers with hair accessory-envy (a very serious condition that we can sympathize with). We’re pleased to announce that after some accessory detective work, we’ve discovered that the headband was purchased at a street vendor in Soho. For those of us farther than a subway-ride away from Soho, try the “charmeuse headband,” available at www.anthropologie.com for $38.

One of our favorite models, Gemma Ward, makes a simple, yet effective statement at the Factory Girl premiere, proving that you can never go wrong with a little black dress. This sexy, chic, and off-the-shoulder mini-dress is tricked out with zippers on each sleeve that distinguish this Calvin Klein number from similar LBDs, ad it’s the kind of thing you can pair with a jacket and Ray Ban sunglasses in the daytime as well. A long-sleeved (convenient for the chilly weather) version is available at www.saksfifthavenue.com for $1,075.

Jessica Simpson was recently seen in Miami in this sassy halter dress by Temperly. We like the dress’ bright colors and fun print—easy to throw on and perfect for the warm weather waiting around the corner. Jessica chose simple accessories so as not to compete with the bold pattern of the dress (smart move). The dress is available on www.net-a-porter.com for $1,191.

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