Diane Kruger: 20 Reasons Why The Actress Is a Fashion Muse In The Making

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When it comes to the fashion crowd, actress Diane Kruger’s name typically induces a response that involves bated breath, an elevated heartrate, and a general feeling of faint. She is so well-perceived not only because she’s impeccably stylish at all times, but because she infamously styles herself.

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A woman who counts Prabal Gurung, Jason Wu, and Chanel amongst her go-to brands, Kruger seems to always put things together in a way that is equal parts effortless and chic. Whether she’s at Coachella or at Paris Fashion Week, she shows the same amount of stylish dedication no matter what.

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Click through the gallery to see 20 reasons why the actress is a fashion muse in the making!

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Diane Kruger attended the opening night of the Metropolitan Opera season in New York in a gown by one of her favorite designers, Prabal Gurung.

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For a Munich screening of her new show "The Bridge: America," Kruger wore a playful dress by Jill Stuart with an even more playful clock clutch by  Charlotte Olympia.

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Diane attended the Valentino ball in Venice wearing a flowing pastel pink creation from the label.

Photo: Venturelli

For a Jaeger-LeCoultre event at the Venice Film Festival, Diane wore a long velvet gown by Alberta Ferretti.

Photo: Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images for Jaeger-LeCoultre

At a luncheon for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, Kruger opted for a tartan dress from Carven.

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The actress attended the Fox All-Star Party in a colorful (what else?) dress by Mary Katrantzou.

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Green's the word! Kruger opted for a flowing design by Jonathan Saunders at the Hollywood premiere of her FX series "The Bridge."

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Kruger wore a black Nina Ricci dress in a va-va-voom silhouette to the Broadcast Television Journalists Assocation's Critics' Choice TV Awards in Beverly Hills.

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One of the things that makes Kruger such a style star: her attention to detail.

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Diane wore a crop top and pants in a vivid floral print, both by Prabal Gurung, to a Vogue dinner at the Chateau Marmont.

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For the Met Gala, Kruger chose a lace dress by Chanel Couture.

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Even her casual, music festival-going outfits are super stylish!

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For an appearance on "Good Morning America," Kruger wore a form-fitting print dress by Preen.

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For the Haiti Carnival in Cannes, Diane went with a floor-length sheer gown by Jason Wu.

Photo: George Pimentel

In one of her sexiest appearances ever, Kruger wore a slinky, silk suspension gown by Cushnie et Ochs to the GQ Men of the Year party in Hollywood.

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Out and about in Manhattan with beau Joshua Jackson, Kruger topped her Jason Wu ensemble with a serious fur.

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Kruger opted for school girl-chic at Chanel's runway show in Paris.

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For the Oscars after party hosted by Vanity Fair, Kruger wore a mini by Giambattista Valli Couture.

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For the Los Angeles premiere of "The Host," Diane chose a classic-but-revealing LBD by Thakoon.

Photo: Jonathan Leibson/WireImage

Kruger wore Chanel again at the label's Bijoux de Diamant event in New York.

Photo: Charles Eshelman/FilmMagic

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