It's a red carpet pandemic!
The Baroque-inspired swirls and mesh inserts of Stella McCartney's spring line have been popping up on Hollywood ladies like LeAnn Rimes and Brooklyn Decker, and we're praying for this plague to stop!
Mrs. Eddie Cibrian showed up to the 2012 Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday in Nashville (where she took the stage to announce Single of the Year) in the red-and-white printed version with white mesh detailing and an up-to-there slit.
The Grammy Award-winning singer paired the dress with casual strappy beige Louboutin heels, a colorful printed clutch and an updo.
Meanwhile, model-turned-actress Brooklyn desperately tried to Rococo—a little art history humor there—a black-and-white print of the dress in London while promoting her new film Battleship. The 24-year-old finished the look with black pointy stilettos and upswept hair.
Other celebs who caught Fitzroy fever? Nicole Kidman, who wore a floor-length version to the BMI Country Music Awards last year, and the designer's bestie, Gwyneth Paltrow, who made the most of the short blue-and-white version.
This time around, which blond celeb makes the dress work best?