International Women's Day, a celebration both of female economic, political and social achievements and of respect, appreciation, and love towards women, was celebrated for the thirty-fifth year Thursday. In honor of one of the world's most obviously significant holidays (duh), below are five international women I absolutely adore.
Whenever I think Kate Hudson (USA), I think this Marchesa gown which I would seriously wear to bed every night if I owned it. You can never (stress NEVER) go wrong with white on the red carpet.
Sara Ramirez (Mexico) was so scorching in this Tadashi Shoji LBD, George O'Malley begged God for another fifteen minutes of life. Muy Callie-ente!
If Nicole Kidman (Australia) ever thinks of exchanging her natural hair color for the blonde locks she expiramented with, she should remember or someone should show her a picture of the Grammy Awards when she rocked this Jean Paul Gaultier gown. Perfection!
Kate Winslet (England) once spoke of flying and she absolutely soars in this form fitting Yves Saint Laurent one shoulder. She is a porcelain doll.
Natalie Portman (Israel) is three cups of adorable, two ounces of enchanting, and one tablespoon of precious in this Rodarte gown. Most dressed baby bump ever.