Roll out the Red Carpet for Spring

Vanessa Williams also looked like a Grecian goddess at this year's Lincoln Center Spring Gala. With an exquisite embroidered neckline and light olive green chiffon, her dress would even make Aphrodite take a second look. Williams was one of the many celebrity arts and culture socialites attending the tribute to Disney's Robert Iger.

"Veronica Mars" actress Kristen Bell breaks onto the silver screen with the much anticipated film, "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." Bell took to the tropics-themed event with her strapless vibrant blue and white Polynesian-inspired ombre tie gown designed by Jenni Kayne. Tropical, Mediterranean and beach-inspired kitschy prints are the hottest designs for maxi dresses. Bell also added elegance with a gorgeous Bulgari gold charm necklace.

The leading ladies of "Sex and the City" -- Cynthia Nixon, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis -- always look fashionable together. Parker and Cattrall took sexy to silky chic in soft metallic gowns by Yves Saint Lauren and Doo.Ri, accented with draped jewelry and cowl neckline, respectively. Nixon and Davis took a sophisticated approach with classic black dresses by Calvin Klein and Louis Vuitton.

"Laguna Beach" reality television hottie Kristin Cavallari wore a soft red strapless gown laced with ruffles at the premiere of Fox Searchlight's "Street Kings." Cavallari, who recently turned 21, keeps her style simple and her teen fans dazzled.

Actresses Elizabeth Hurley and Gwyneth Paltrow looked stunning in pink as they attend the Breast Cancer Foundation's Hottest Pink Party in New York. While Hurley brings out the ethnic beauty of a sari, Paltrow, rocks out a strapless vintage Dior. Pink has a dual purpose at this event and these women know how to pull the color off for the season.

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