Fame10 Fashion Evolution: Diane Kruger

Diane Kruger is easily one of the most fashionable stars on the scene right now. She has a keen understanding of what fashion risks are appropriate and she has the confidence and poise to pull any look off. The former model has been rocking the red carpet for well over a decade and, with each event, her style gets better and better. See how her fashion has evolved since 2005:

Golden Globe Awards – 2005

Diane Kruger has always been stylish, but when she was younger she seemed to show a little more skin. At the Golden Globe Awards back in 2005, she wore this flesh-baring Marchesa dress. “I loved the dress they made but it was so wrong for that occasion. You could see my bellybutton and everybody else was in long, flowy gowns,” the actress told Stylist magazine.

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The Weinstein Company Pre-Oscar Party – 2006

The “Days of Darkness” star channeled 1920s fashion in this white Chanel dress that she wore to the Weinstein Company Pre-Oscar Party. While the “Inglourious Basterds” actress was generally not well known at this point for her acting or her style, this dress definitely got her some much deserved attention.

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60th Annual International Film Festival de Cannes – 2007

Diane Kruger looked chic in this white Chanel mini dress at the 60th Annual International Film Festival de Cannes. The “Unknown” star – who was hosting the opening and closing ceremonies of the festival that year – looked every bit the fashionable hostess in this dress.

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“Inglourious Basterds” Premiere – 2009

“The Piano Player” actress showed up at the “Inglourious Basterds” premiere in Los Angeles wearing this crystal-fringed Atelier Versace mini dress. The blonde beauty is definitely taking more risks with her style at this point and each one is definitely paying off.

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Screen Actors Guild Awards – 2010

Diane Kruger wore this mustard colored Jason Wu gown to the 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. Not many actresses could pull of this color (except maybe Michelle Williams) but Kruger nails it on the red carpet. The hair, the dress and the accessories all scream old Hollywood glamour.

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“Unknown” Premiere – 2011

The “Wicker Park” Actress wore this super short white lace Dolce & Gabbana dress to the premiere of “Unknown.” The dress – with its intricate beading and embroidery – looks exquisite on the “Troy” actress. She is clearly well on her well to becoming a bonfide fashionista.

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“Killing Them Softly” Premiere – 2012

Diane Kruger looked ethereal at the “Killing Them Softly” premiere. She wore this beautiful white Nina Ricci gown, which was custom-made for the event. The dress featured ostrich feather embellishments and white lilac floral appliques at the shoulder.

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AmfAR’s Cinema Against Aids gala – 2012

The “Frankie” star wore this Chanel Resort 2013 dress to the AmfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala. The white dress looked exquisite on the fashion savvy actress. With short sleeves and lavender floral details, the dress is perfect for spring. Kruger is proving once again that she is an expert when it comes to fashion.

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Critics Choice Awards – 2012

Diane Kruger was definitely one of the best dressed stars at the Critics Choice Awards in 2012. She wore this yellow and grey color-block and pleated Prada gown with a halter neck. The dress is more conservative than what the fashion-savvy star usually goes for, but it still works.

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Fox All-Star Summer 2013 TCA Party – 2013

The former model wore this Mary Katrantzou dress to the Fox All-Star Summer 2013 TCA Party. This strapless dress with a fitted bodice and an asymmetrical rose and trellis patterned wrap effect skirt is exactly why the “Inglourious Basterds” actress is always at the top of every best dressed list.

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Cate has a B.A. and an M.A. in English Literature and has been the Managing Editor of Fame10 for more than 6 years. Despite having a love for the works of Thomas Hardy, Leo Tolstoy and Lord Byron, she also has an intense fascination with pop culture. When she isn’t writing for Fame10, she’s planning her next big adventure in Southeast Asia.