Natasha Richardson's Dress Deja Vu

01/25/2007 at 10:45 AM ET

At this week’s NYC premiere of hubby Liam Neeson’s new film Seraphim Falls, Natasha Richardson looked beautiful and elegant — and more than a little bit familiar. Not only had she worn her J. Mendel fur-trimmed frock to the premiere of her mother’s film Venus back in December, but she even accesorized it the same way with strappy heels and a soft updo. At the Venus premiere, Richardson told PEOPLE of her dress, “[Designer Gilles Mendel] came up with this fabulous dress for The White Countess premiere, and he sent me a great dress for the Dreamgirls premiere, so I went and bought this.” We think Natasha looked great both times, and why not wear a dress to events twice — especially if you paid for it? So, tell us: What do you think? Should more stars wear their dresses again to events?

See our weekly I Really Love My… gallery for pieces that the stars love to wear again, and again.

Photo: Sylvain Gaboury/FilmMagic; Marion Curtis/Startraks

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Mandie on

The whole world has lost its mind…she looks wonderful the dress is great and the fur is fabulous.

Jen on

J Mendel is known for making a very realistic fake fur…so I’m guessing that it’s fake. I wouldn’t necessarily jump to conclusions when it doesn’t actually say if it’s real or fake.

Emily on

I think it’s cool that she’s comfortable enough to wear something twice… and as far as the fur goes… why not? the animal is gonna die anyway, might as well be for a good cause.

Chelsea on

I hope all of you Anti-Fur people do not own leather shoes. You could easily buy cloth shoes. There’s no need to own leather purses or belts either. If you do own any of these items, then maybe you should think about what you are saying. These items are not needed to live for food or any other reason.

Oh, and Charla: hahahahahahahahahahahaha…you sounded really dumb

Elda on

Charla Dickenson I really admire your comments, i always make sure to read yours. They always mean something to me and hopefully to others.

Rebecca on

Sure whatever. May be kind of a faux pas since your in the public eye and its expected you will wear something different each time…but nothing wrong with being an individual.

anna on

that dress it’s gross and she is just an ignorant, cruel, selfish woman.

anna on

for people who like fur, the animals are skined alive, is cruel and isn’t a good look anyway. it’s very getto.

Charla Dickenson on

Thank you Elda.
It was your wise comments that inspired me to write more on this subject.
Take Care and Thanks again

enigma on

Well, I am just SHOCKED and STUNNED at some of these comments regarding the “who cares about fur.” and anti-fur people being unrealistic! My god what a foolish thing to say let alone think!!

How can anybody think that, in today’s society when humans are the driving force of animals going to extinction!!

I agree with Carole, Charla, Elda, and j.

I am soooo mifted at some of these comments, I don’t know what to say!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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