Who Wore Louis Vuitton’s Checks Best?

Jessica Alba, Kristen Stewart, Kerry Washington and Kirsten Dunst all step out in the chequered print from the spring collection

Photo Courtesy of Louis Vuitton (Alba & Dunst); Photo by Keystone Press (Stewart & Washington)

Louis Vuitton’s spring 2013 collection has had quite the red carpet immediacy. Judging by the number of celebs rolling out in the ruler-ready look, the collection’s checkerboard print, which seems to have adopted its graphic presence from the house’s Damier template, is easily a testament to Marc Jacobs’ agenda-setting talents.

Giving us a first look at the checks on the carpet was Kristen Stewart, while promoting Breaking Dawn Part 2 in Japan. The monochrome checked romper stayed true to Stewart’s post-Pattinson youthful but daring style (which we’re totally loving!), and was topped off with her signature tousled waves and khol-rimmed eyes.

Kerry Washington pulled out all the stops for the Django Unchained photocall in Berlin, playing up the neutral-tones of her calf-length dress with dainty accessories. Washington’s mod hair and white Vuitton headband were reminiscent of models on the ready-to-wear runway.

Kirsten Dunst went for understated luxury at the Art of Elysium Heaven Gala. Her column dress in the instantly recognizable print featured a square neckline and open back. The brown and ivory checks were complimented by neutral makeup and barely-touched tresses for a look that wowed without overpowering.

Jessica Alba is the last to follow suit (thus far) attending a Golden Globe after party in the sequined-chequered monochrome midi. Her sophisticated side-swept bun and bold red lips put a modern spin on the sixties-ish shape.

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Photo Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

Photo by Keystone Press

Photo by Keystone Press

Photo Courtesy of Louis Vuitton