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Jun
09

Another A-Lister Hits Dublin

Alabaster skin and a bandage dress seen leaving the Merrion Hotel yesterday evening? It could only mean one thing; Hollywood Elite. Only the supremely confident and beautiful dare to bare their natural pale skin on Dublin streets and yesterday it was the gorgeous Heather Graham.

Heather Graham Leaving Merrion Hotel for Prem of Hangover

Ms Graham was in town for the Irish premier of her new film and the surprise hit of the summer, The Hangover. Wearing this SS09 Herve Leger Strapless Cutout Bandage dress with killer heels she signed autographs (freezing I would imagine) mingled with fans along the red carpet and by all accounts was utterly charming! Yay, that’s exactly what we want from visiting Hollywood stars!

Heather Graham signing Autographs Dublin

Herve Leger is available from Brown Thomas in Dublin and Net-a-Porter online.

Herve leger bandage cutout dress SS09 RTW

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2 Responses to “Another A-Lister Hits Dublin”


  1. 1 Julie
    June 11, 2009 at 2:58 pm

    I can’t stand these dresses. Get an imagination for God’s sake. Bandage has been done & done & then some! Plus heather graham is hardly a style icon.

    • 2 whisty
      June 11, 2009 at 8:05 pm

      You’re right Julie, pretty much everyone from here to the US who’s in the public eye has been seen in a bandage dress of some description. I suppose it’s cause they’re so flattering! I guess if Heather Graham isn’t a style icon it would explain why she is still wearing them! 😉 I do think she looked fab though.


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