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Elizabeth Banks Blogs: People Like Us at Paris Fashion Week

Elizabeth Banks takes risks on the red carpet and that's why we love her. Case in point: while out promoting her latest film, People Like Us, and taking in the Fall 2012 Haute Couture shows in Paris, we saw Banks in Asian and Hawaiin-inspired prints, a metallic cut-out dress, and fuschia platforms (not on the same night, of course!).

Click through to read what the actress' stylists, Wendi and Nicole Ferreira (@WendiandNicole), have to say about her latest looks.

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1. LA Premiere of People Like Us: We loved this J. Mendel fall 2012 cocktail dress for the LA premiere as it was a perfect combination of all things Banks; with the flirty skirt, edgy cutout bodice and the metallic jaquard fabric. Gold plaited, black, Giuseppi Zanotti sandals, Vhernier earrings and bracelet and a Lena Erziak clutch completed the look.

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