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Promotional Circuit.

If y'all thought AB Sr. was working hard plugging Aarakshan on the promo circuit, I think Freida might at least tie him for title of Busiest Bee! Most recently, our lovely starlet has been all over the place promoting Rise of the Planet of the Apes Stateside. Let's see, she was spotted looking chic as ever viewing the Salvatore Ferragamo Women's Resort 2012 Collection alongside Eva Mendes. I think the bold printed halter paired with the crisp, A-line skirt was my favorite outfit of her promo tour.
She attended Comic Con in San Diego (doubtless to every spectacled geek's delight) in a Michael Kors number made out of what appears to be neoprene. Due to the stiff nature of the wet suit dress, the shift doesn't seem to fit well. This was probably my least favorite look, but she still looks relaxed and that makes the biggest difference. And those fantastic sandals don't hurt either!
Freida participated along with her castmates on a panel at Comic Con with my favorite look: a simple braid and her trademark low key makeup.
She appeared on the Today show in a crisp white Calvin Klein Collection sheath which she paired with covertworthy periwinkle Brian Atwood peep-toe pumps.
We caught Freida on The Daily Show in a sunny Roland Mouret number.
And finally, she promoted her film on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in a peach shift with three-quarter sleeves.
Photos: AP, INF, getty. Via: people.


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