wear: Diane Kruger’s Style

?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????Diane Kruger has a lot of things going for her: she’s the star of the hit FX drama, “The Bridge”, she’s the face of Chanel, she’s dating Joshua Jackson (aka Pacey Witter from “Dawson’s Creek” for those who can’t let it go) and oh yeah, she has killer style. What’s great about Diane Kruger is that even though she fits the prototype of a classic beauty, her style is anything but. She is known for taking risks on the red carpet, wearing up and coming designers, while adding innovative touches to fashion staples like Chanel and Dior. Her street style is equally enviable. Even her peers cite her as fashion inspiration and it’s pretty easy to see why.

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