Dita Von Teese wears the Tuxedo Trend

The tuxedo trend has been a huge hit in 2008. The tuxedo or dinner jacket has probably crept its way into so many a wardrobe this year that it will carry on into 2009 as less of a trend and as more of an every-day staple, thrown nonchalantly over ripped jeans or graceful minidresses alike.

Dita Von Teese sexes up the Tuxedo Trend

To the contrary, Dita Von Teese went all out with the trend at a recent outing in Paris.

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Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition
Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition
Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition
Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition
Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition
Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition
Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition
Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition
Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition
Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition
Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition
Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition
Dita von Teese at Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition

Dita wore black wide-leg pants, a white tuxedo shirt and undone white bow-tie, set off by a rakishly tilted tophat.

Click on the gallery below for more photos of Dita Von Teese wearing the tuxedo trend at the Patrick Dermachelier Exhibition held during Paris Fashion Week, Spring/Summer 2009.

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