Balenciaga, the trendy fashion house, is famous worldwide for its stylish dresses. The brand is now owned by the Gucci Group (part of PPR), and its womenswear and menswear is headed by Nicolas Ghesquière. Balenciaga is the fastest growing brand within the Gucci Group. It is also well-known for forecasting the future of women's ready-to-wear fashion.
Balenciaga gowns are favored by many famous Hollywood stars including Taylor Swift, Julianne Moore, Jennifer Connelly, Charlize Theron, Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Aniston and so on. These stars seem to be fans of Balenciaga. They choose wearing its gowns to walk the red carpet as well as hit the movie premieres.
Taylor Swift looked elegant when she wore a purple V neck Balenciaga gown at the 2008 CMT Music Awards.
Julianne Moore attended the Paris premiere of “A Single Man” in February, 2010 with a pink silk cloque Balenciaga gown.
Australian actress Nicole Kidman looked absolutely mesmerizing in a dramatic, bow-shouldered Balenciaga gown in bright red with silky straight hair when she arrived at the 79th Annual Academy Awards in Hollywood on February 25, 2007.
Cate Blanchett also wore a Balenciaga gown to the Australian premiere of "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" at the Sydney Theatre
Michelle Williams looks absolutely gorgeous when she graced the 2011 Critics' Choice Movie Awards wearing an amazing ivory sparkly Balenciaga gown
Jennifer Connelly Balenciaga’s brand ambassador wore an asymmetrical mixed media dress at the Night of the Stars event in New York City
Charlize Theron chose to wear the spectacular iconic Balenciaga black dress at the premiere of Hancock
Jennifer Aniston hit the red carpet in a beautiful Balenciaga dress at the screening for her movie "Management" at Landmark's Sunshine Cinema in New York City in 2009
Luscious Salma Hayak looked so attractive in the Balenciaga dress she wore to the Vanity Fair Oscar party in 2009
Natalie Portman wore an elegant black Balenciaga Fall 2004 halter-neck gown at the White House Correspondents’ Association dinner in Washington, D.C in 2009.