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Kirsten Dunst Wears White After Labor Day, And We Love It

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    Rules are meant to be broken. And frankly, the whole you can't wear white after Labor Day thing is slowly becoming a (sub)urban legend. Case in point: Kirsten Dunst, who oozed ivory, icy glamour while toasting the launch of Bulgari's Le Gemme eyewear at suh-weet sunnies boutique Ilori, Wednesday night. Wearing a snowy Derek Lam dress and Bulgari jewels, of course, Kiki looks like a very regal princess bride (and kind of a classed-up Veronica Lake, yes?), which makes sense given the fact that she plays a questioning bride-to-be in the new Lars von Trier-helmed film, Melancholia, whose DeLeon Tequila sponsored premiere she attended Monday.

    Kiki D is really killing it—not only is she winning rave reviews for her turn as a depressed fiancée facing the end of the world, but we also happen to think her red carpet game has never been better—with flawless hair and makeup, to boot. And the fellow revelers admiring Bulgari's blinged-out frames weren't wardrobed too shabby either: Just check out the eclectic threads sported by the likes of Hannah Bronfman and Tennessee Thomas, before taking one, or two, or three more peeps at Dunst 2.0.

    Photos: David X. Prutting/BFAnyc.com courtesy of BPCM
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