Paula Patton in Dolce & Gabbana at the Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol Seoul Premiere Plus My Favorite Leopard Picks for December

Paula Patton is truly making her presence known on the red carpet. With premieres all over the globe for “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” she is wearing high-fashion looks left and right and I cannot get enough.

At the Seoul Premiere of the film, she rocked a leopard and lace long-sleeve dress from Dolce & Gabbana. Her shoes also featured black lace, as well as crystals, from Rene Caovilla. Though a daring look, I think Paula pulled this off effortlessly. It shows that she isn’t afraid to take a risk on the red carpet and clearly Dolce & Gabbana looks amazing on her.

Taking a cue from Paula, here are three of my top leopard picks for December:

My favorite leopard scarf is one that was bought on a street corner in New York City, thus I think I need to invest in one of a higher quality. YARNZ’s Leopard Fur Scarf ($165) is the one I am currently coveting. How can any woman resist Charlotte Olympia pumps? The Polly Cavallion Calf Hair Pumps ($905) are definitely a splurge, but will instantly become your favorites. I have had my eye on several Tory Burch bags this year and a perfect one to end 2011 with is the Leopard Robinson Satchel ($550).

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*Images courtesy of Celebrities Wonder.


  1. Rachel

    Love it..leopard is my fave print and I love the fur scarf pick. Actually @ Candace Dolce & Gabbana has had amazing leopard looks for the past few years…google Rihanna in D&G leopard,the dress is tan leopard on top and red leopard on the bottom and is such a hot dress! I think. Topshop has their own version of it now mixed with black lace!

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