Vanessa Hudgens joined her “Spring Breakers” co-stars as they traveled around Europe for the premiere of their film in Paris, Germany and Madrid. Check out what she wore to each of the red carpet events…
At the Le Grand Rex for the Paris premiere, the former ‘High School Musical’ star wore a baby pink Rafael Cennamo strapless dress (inspired by a longer version from the Spring 2013 collection). Her above-the-ankle dress featured black rosette embellishments all around the upper bodice, then scattered on her poofy skirt. Vanessa also wore a pair of suede pumps with matching rosette embellishments at the toe. Wearing a pair of dangling Sutra earrings, the actress styled her hair into an updo with bangs framing her face.
Vanessa Hudgens chose a more grown-up look at the German premiere held at Berlin’s CineStar movie theater in Potsdamer Platz square. She was bursting in color with the one-sleeve Naeem Khan gown (from the Spring 2011 collection) designed with tons of multicolor sequins and a thigh-high slit. She paired it up with black Christian Louboutin “Lady Max” t-strap sandals (from the Spring 2012 collection) that featured edgy spike and pave crystal embellishments.
With her black hair worn into an elegant side-swept ‘do, Vanessa added more color to her ensemble with a pair of diamond-encrusted faceted ruby stone & emerald stone Amrapali drop earrings. A Cartier “Love” bracelet, a berry pout and kohl-rimmed eyes completed her look.
At the ‘Spring Breakers’ photocall held at Madrid’s Villamagna Hotel, Hudgens wore a white Chantilly lace Katharine Kidd ensemble (from the Spring 2013 collection) that featured a long-sleeved, tummy-baring, cropped top and a knee-length layered skirt. We totally love this ensemble on her as it showed off Vanessa’s boho-chic style. For a pop of color, the actress wore a pair of lilac suede Jerome C. Rousseau “Popp” sandals (from the Spring 2013 collection) designed with asymmetric straps across the toes. A couple of rings and black onyx earrings completed her look.
Photos by: AEDT/ Sean Thorton/WENN.com