The Best Dressed From This Weekend’s amfAR Gala: Gwyneth Paltrow, Naomi Campbell, and More

Some of the world’s best-dressed ladies were hanging out in Hong Kong on Saturday—the amfAR Gala took place and the invite list included super-chic names like Gwyneth Paltrow, Victoria Beckham, and super-supers Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. As you’d expect, picking a number one best-dressed feels basically impossible. Also, keep your eyes on the diamonds: Harry Winston was a gala sponsor and outfitted guests in over 520 carats of diamonds.

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Gwyneth looked gorgeous in a navy gown with oversized baubles on the bottom half. Slashes at the waist flashed some skin.

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It was perfect rockstar-glam from Kate, who topped off a slinky black dress with a fluffy topper. Please make sure you check out that necklace too. It’s Harry Winston with a whopping 79 carats (her bracelet and earrings are also by the jeweler).

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Clean, crisp white made Mrs. Beckham stand out, and, like Gwyneth, she utilized cutouts at the side for a sexy touch.

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The floor-length burgundy gown Naomi chose was a classic silhouette kept sultry thanks to that sheer insert at the neckline spotted with crystals.

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Chinese actress and model Zhang Zilin looked absolutely spectacular in daffodil yellow with a belt fastened right at her waist.

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Remember how I said it was too hard to pick a top favorite? I might have been lying. The cool-but-elegant combo of long slim skirt and ruffled crop top on Hong Kong actress and singer Charlene Choi is amazing.




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