Actress Mischa Barton gave us not one, not two but THREE reasons to love her as she stepped out for Berlin Fashion Week.
The OC star arrived on a rickshaw to take up her front row position for Marc Cain's Spring/Summer 2014 show at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in the shadows of the historic Brandenburg Gate on Thursday.
Making a bold statement, Mischa wowed in a vibrant orange dress with pretty beaded embellishment at the shoulders and waist.
A flash of coral lipstick and dramatic eye make-up complemented her studded leather biker jacket to give the look a dramatic edge.
And sweeping her blonde locks up into a vintage inspired up do, the actress proved the point can never let you down, finishing off her outfit with a pair of T-bar gold killer heels.
But there, you may think, endth the fashion lesson from Mischa - but on the contrary, the star posed up for a portrait session later that day.
And in keeping with the bright orange theme, Misch switched to a pretty, floaty, dropped-waist white number with a dart of the summery hue running down the front and a matching blazer to finish off look number two.
And just when you think you can't take much more fashion loveliness, the 27-year-old channelled her inner rock chick, leaving the flirty brights behind and going grunge to attend the Harper's Bazaar pre-launch party on Thursday night.
Leading with the studded leather jacket from earlier in the day, the part-time clothing designer donned a pair of black ankle grazers, a buttoned-up white blouse and leather brogues.
And the star was clearly in the mood for some fashion week fun, letting her tousled locks down and swapping the coral lippie for a bright red statement lip. Et voila, look number three nailed.
While Mischa may be absent from our screens (bring back the OC I hear you cry) one thing is fo sho, the starlet hasn't stopped rocking it in the fashion stakes. Let's take a look back at some of our fav Misch moments...
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