Donatella Versace was applauded by some of Tinseltown's biggest names when she received the Rodeo Drive Walk Of Style Award this week. But despite the presence of many of the movie industry's hottest leading ladies, it was the rarely seen daughter of an iconic rocker who garnered the most attention at an after-party to celebrate the event.
Fourteen-year-old Frances Bean Cobain, whose father was Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, caused quite a stir when she rolled up to the lavish bash with her mother Courtney Love. With her striking pale blue eyes and long dark hair, the young woman managed to turn plenty of heads as she mingled with the likes of Sharon Stone and Tyra Banks for the evening.
And given that her godmother is silver screen favourite Drew Barrymore, who was also in attendance, the teenager is unlikely to have been nervous about meeting so many famous faces. Among the other A-listers turning out for the exclusive shindig were Jennifer Lopez, characteristically stunning in an elegant white gown, and Cindy Crawford, who turned up the heat with a risqué purple number.
British actress Mischa Barton was also on hand, along with Spanish Oscar hopeful Penelope Cruz, model Naomi Campbell and Desperate Housewives favourite Eva Longoria. The one woman who Donatella seemed most interested in talking about, however, was nowhere to be seen.
Speaking in an interview before the event, the Italian style guru offered some sartorial tips to potential presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. "She should treat femininity as an opportunity and not try to emulate masculinity in politics," opined the 51-year-old. "She's a strong woman, and strong women wear black. I admire her for her determination, which will hopefully take her to the White House."