Actress Amanda Seyfried recently attended Comic-Con to talk up her futuristic flick, In Time. She grabbed attention for the green Prabal Gurung Resort 2012 number she wore to a panel discussion about the project alongside co-star Justin Timberlake. Although this 25-year-old’s career in Hollywood is still relatively new, she has already had a colorful fashion past.
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Take the red Valentino Spring 2009 Couture gown she wore to the 81st Annual Academy Awards back in February 2009. Her version featured the large accent bow just like on the runway, but spaghetti straps were incorporated for the awards show. Peter Pilotto's Fall 2009 multi-textured dress was a spunky selection for the Glamour Awards 2009 over in London in June of that year. Upscale sandals and a gold tube clutch fit in well with the abstract print.
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The young actress again opted for Valentino Couture for the 67th Annual Golden Globe awards official HBO after party in January 2010. Her black and beige frock came straight from the Fall 2009 collection and included embroidered tattoo-like detailing. Those extreme nude petal booties added unneeded emphasis to an already dramatic look, though. From cutting edge to classic, Amanda donned an Armani Privé Spring 2010 Couture princess ball gown when she attended the 82nd Annual Academy Awards in March 2010. Swarovski crystals encrusted the silk strapless wonder which was paired with Brian Atwood's Katie Bis pumps and a striking silver Ferragamo clutch.
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Picking up her Breakthrough Female Star of the Year honor at the ShoWest Awards later that month, the rising star reaffirmed her affection for Valentino in this modified dress with gold lace inserts by the fashion house. Her strappy heels are courtesy of Jimmy Choo. She was certainly well-suited for the premiere of Letters to Juliet at the ninth annual Tribeca Film Festival decked out in a Viktor & Rolf short suit set. Black satin shorts combined with a flashy fitted blazer and Roger Vivier Epine peep-toe platforms to finish off the unconventional red carpet look.
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RM by Roland Mouret's Morgan dress came from the brand's Fall 2010 collection and was a fresh choice for the Los Angeles premiere of the same film in May 2010. Those blue fan sequins helped make it a real stunner. She also wore Brian Atwood Elli sandals. During the promotional whirlwind for Red Riding Hood earlier this year, Amanda paid David Letterman a visit in New York City. A knee-length, scalloped-hem Versace was partnered with Jimmy Choo's Nina sandals for the occasion.
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At the film’s Los Angeles premiere this March, its star looked lovely in Lanvin. Amanda shied away from red in this magenta pleated dress and sported stilettos with natural wood platforms both from the line's Spring 2011 offering as well as a Tim Binns necklace. Amanda showed off a far more casual side, however out in West Hollywood in April. White AG Adriano Goldschmied jeans were subtly coordinated with a billowy peach blouse and black Havaianas.