Kate Moss may have walked the runway at the Louis Vuitton fall/winter 2013 show today, but all eyes were on Naomi Watts as the actress sat front and center in a look that wasn't exactly made for, well, sitting.
The Aussie looked gorgeous in her white Louis Vuitton minidress -- the very same one a leggy Cara Delevingne modeled on the spring 2013 runway. And if all she had to do was walk a few yards in the number, Naomi would've done the look justice. But, alas, she had to sit.
The short hemline forced Ms. Watts to keep her hands firmly clasped between her legs the moment she took her front row seat. Sound like a familiar scene? If you remember, Pippa Middleton had a similar problem when she attended the Spring 2012 Temperley London runway in her own fate-tempting mini.
So we have to ask these ladies: When you have all of the dresses in the world to choose from, why do you opt for the most unfit-for-sitting dresses when the task at hand is to sit?
Here's Naomi Watts at Louis Vuitton...
And here's Pippa Middleton at Temperley...
See more stars who tempt fate:
Rita Ora, February 2013
Sarah Silverman, February 2013
Solange Knowles, February 2013
Zooey Deschanel, January 2013
(Fame Flynet photo)
Lena Dunham, September 2012
Rihanna, September 2012
Rihanna, July 2012
Lady Gaga, June 2012
Rihanna, June 2012
Miley Cyrus, May 2012
Kourtney Kardashian, March 2012
(X17 Online photo)
Christina Aguilera, October 2011
Vanessa Hudgens, September 2011
Nicki Minaj, September 2011
Jennifer Lopez, June 2011
Britney Spears, May 2011
Taylor Momsen in February 2011
Lady Gaga, December 2010
Miley Cyrus, November 2010
Eva Longoria, November 2010
Taylor Momsen, September 2010
Ke$ha, August 2010
Rihanna, June 2010
Thigh's the Limit
Katy Perry shows off her legs in a minidress while shopping in Los Angeles.
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