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Sparkling celebrities Eva and Diane show how it's done with a festive fashion trend

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This winter is set to sparkle thanks to an emerging fashion trend among the stars. Take note from stylish Diane Kruger who dazzled in a midnight blue dress
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Gorgeous Eva Mendes is also embracing the holiday season sartorially speaking, choosing an eye-catching multi-coloured sequinned gown for the LA premiere of her latest film
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05 NOVEMBER 2009

With less than two months to go until Christmas, fashion-conscious ladies are turning their thoughts to finding the perfect party dress.

They need look no further than the stylish stars who have been leading the way with a red-carpet trend worthy of the glitziest of soirees.

This festive season looks set to sparkle.

Take the midnight blue dress with full peplum skirt worn by Diane Kruger, a celebrity known for her covetable wardrobe.

She dazzled as she attended a gala in New York this week, letting her frock do the talking by teaming it with a simple but chic up 'do and black strappy sandals.

Fellow film beauty Eva Mendes was another glittering goddess when she attended a screening of her latest film, The Bad Lieutenant.

The Calvin Klein model chose an eye-catching multi-coloured sequinned gown for maximum impact at the premiere, again opting for uncomplicated accessories with a black clutch and matching platforms.

Across the Atlantic, British royal Princess Beatrice also showed herself bang-on-trend with the latest look.

She was snapped this week with her boyfriend Dave Clark at an event wearing a shimmering sleeveless gold sequinned dress that's just perfect for the holiday season.

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