Meryl Streep In Stella McCartney – The Iron Lady London Photocall

Earlier today Meryl Street was in London for the photocall of her new movie, ‘The Iron Lady’.

I can’t think of a more worthy person to portray Maggie Thatcher.

The American actress opted to wear a British designer for the occasion by selecting a Stella McCartney Fall 2011 look.

An gold foil print dress was paired with a gorgeous oversized Stella McCartney winter warmer.

You can buy Meryl’s snug Stella McCartney felt coat from
Net-A-Porter US and Net-A-Porter International.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

16 thoughts on “Meryl Streep In Stella McCartney – The Iron Lady London Photocall

  1. Emi

    I don’t like the booties, I agree with Maria, knee-length boots or pumps would have been better. I think that the coat is beautiful but with that dress, black tights and booties… it looks like an overall of a doctor.

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  2. ramsay

    Very approrpriate on all levels: for the event (a photo call), for the location (British designer for a movie about a British politician), for her age etc. Really good! I guess we’ll see a lot of her in the next few months with the upcoming awards season

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  3. Hannah

    I kow I am probably one of the rare few, but I am pleasantly surprised by this look. I thinkthe coat, gorgoeus though it is, in this way looks a little lab-coat ish, and the botos are awful, but as someone who, as I remember, used to go by the julia roberts’ style mantra ‘only black,’ and bigger is better, this is pretty daring. I also adored her Award seasons run the last year she was nominated (2010 I think), so I am hoping seriously for some Chris March involvement here.
    Also, as she seems to get an oscar nomination for every roel she plays, and rightly so, I am very excited for this film!

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  4. Dhppy

    I sort of expect her to produce a beaker and a petri dish and explain how humbled she is to have been nominated for a Nobel for Chemistry.

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