Following her presenting duties at the 2012 British Fashion Awards last week, Gemma Arterton headed to Morocco for the 2012 Marrakech Film Festival.

The British beauty wore three looks over the weekend, all by London-based designers.

Friday: For the ‘Touch Of The Light’ opening film she wore a bi-colour dress from the British Fashion Council’s red carpet designer of the year, Roksanda Ilincic. The ‘Skye’ dress not only embraces the colour-blocking trend, but also offers a figure-flattering silhouette. I love the surprise element of the eye-popping turquoise-blue colour at the back and the complementary Louboutin slingbacks.

Saturday: For the Tribute to Hindi Cinema ceremony, the actress opted for a muted look, colour-wise. She sizzled, wearing a black Antonio Berardi one-shoulder Milano stitch gown which might be considered too revealing for some. Styling her hair into a simple ponytail with face-framing trendrils, Gemma completed her look with a white circular studded clutch and white pumps (eek).

Sunday: Gemma’s final look took a cutesy turn on Sunday for the Tribute To Chinese Director, Zhang Yimou. She wore a Jonathan Saunders Fall 2012 ensemble, featuring a sleeveless georgette top enriched with orange-and-ivory floral embroidery throughout and a matching skirt. Selecting the same clutch from her Saturday look, she added black pumps and a striking red lip colour to her look.

Which look was your favourite?

Roksanda Ilincic ‘Skye’ Dress – farfetch.com US, farfetch.com and Browns Fashion
Antonio Berardi Milano Stitch Gown – Luisa via Roma

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