Who Wore It Best: Kat Von D, Kristen Stewart or Krysten Ritter?

Celebrity Style Apr. 24, 2013 AT 6:30PM
Kat Von D; Kristen Stewart; Kristen Ritter

Kat Von D; Kristen Stewart; Kristen Ritter

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Three ladies, one dress: Who Wore It Best? When Krysten Ritter walked the red carpet during the Virgin America flight launch at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas Apr. 22, the actress rocked the same sheath previously worn by Kat Von D and Kristen Stewart. Unlike the tattoo artist and the Twilight star, however, Ritter completed her look with open-toed sandals and carried  an embellished envelope clutch.

Von D, 31, wore 10 Crosby by Derek Lam's long-sleeve plaid print dress to the 55th Annual Grammy Awards in L.A. Feb. 10. Showing off her ornate body art, Deadmau5's fiancee rocked a pair of bright red Alexander McQueen platform sandals.

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When Stewart donned the dress on May 16, 2012, at a photo call for Snow White and the Huntsman in Berlin, Germany, the 23-year-old added a black, military-style belt from the McQ Alexander McQueen Fall 2012 collection.

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During the Virgin America event, Ritter spoke to Us Weekly about the fate of her now canceled TV series Don't Trust the B----- in Apt. 23. Though ABC shelved the comedy in the midst of its second season, its final eight episodes will air simultaneously via iTunes and Hulu May 17.

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"The show is amazing and I'm proud of it," Ritter, 31, said. "It's one of the most amazing things I've done in my career, and I was honored to be part of a groundbreaking TV show that was funny."

Ritter, who recently filmed the NBC pilot Assistance, added, "I'm glad they're going to make the remaining episodes available for our fans."

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