Trend Alert! Stars Heat Up The Red Carpet In Sexy Leather Dresses

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Oct. 22 2010, Published 11:09 a.m. ET

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It’s that time of the year again! Though leather is lovely all-year long, when the temperature drops and the winter storms begin to hit, stars like to heat up the red carpet in second skin style! Over the past week four different celebs have been spotted in the trend, proving that the wardrobe staple is perfect for every personality type.

Kelly Bensimon is one of the sexiest Housewives in NYC and isn’t afraid to show it all off in skintight style. The leggy former model hit Eli Tahari’s Boutique grand opening event at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York, modeling one of the designer’s sexy but sophisticated leather dresses, which featured a front zipper.

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Olivia Palermo hit the Welcome to the Rileys screening on October 18th, proving that leather doesn’t have to show off every flaw on your figure. Pairing a sleeved and loosishly fitting mini dress with contrasting yellow Kurt Geiger heels, a Mawi Sunray gold necklace and an Everlon diamond bracelet, The City babe was dressed to impress.

Kim Kardashian loves showing off her covetable curves, so it comes as no surprise that the brunette bombshell opted for a skintight and strapless leathery mini for a promotional event.

Olivia Palermo

Like Olivia Palermo, Mary-Louise Parker opted for leather dress on the more sophisticated side. The Weeds star hit the London premiere of her latest flick red, wearing an Alice by Temperley leather shift dress, which featured a wrap around belt.

Check out all the celebrity looks in’s Style gallery.



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