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Elizabeth Banks In Elie Saab Couture – ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’ Berlin Premiere

Elizabeth Banks In Elie Saab - 'The Hunger Games Mockingjay - Part 2' Berlin Premiere

Elizabeth Banks swept onto the red carpet of ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’ at CineStar on Wednesday (November 4) in Berlin, Germany.

Channeling an enchanted fairytale aura in her billowing gown, she wore an Elie Saab Fall 2015 Couture confection.

The designer’s formula of beads, sequins, and embellishment were all present and accounted for, but the abstracted, swirling floral print added another layer of unexpected magic to the dress.

For some, perhaps the gold-laced crown took the look over the edge but the diaphanous romance was still undeniable.

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Elizabeth Banks In J. Mendel – Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Elizabeth Banks In J Mendel - Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Elizabeth Banks attended the Santa Barbara International Film Festival where Jane Fonda was honoured with the Kirk Douglas Award for Excellence in Film on Saturday (October 3) in Santa Barbara, California.

The actress wore a red J. Mendel Fall 2014 gown with draped open back and baroque swirl embroidery.

Careful not to upstage her sleek dress, the actress styled her look with Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudist’ sandals and an Edie Parker clutch.

As you know I love Elizabeth’s style. This gets many kudos point from me for having maximum impact with minimal effort.

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Elizabeth Banks In Emilia Wickstead – ‘Lao Pao Er’ Venice Film Festival Premiere & Closing Ceremony

Elizabeth Banks In Emilia Wickstead - ‘Lao Pao Er’ Venice Film Festival Premiere & Closing Ceremony

Elizabeth Banks joined fellow jury member Diane Kruger for the closing ceremony and ‘Lao Pao Er’ premiere during the 2015 Venice Film Festival on Saturday (September 12) in Venice, Italy.

Opting to go big for the her last hurrah, the actress wore a gorgeous bright red Emilia Wickstead Fall 2015 gown.

As always I was swept away by the attention to detail and high glamour, but the gown did lose some of its appeal once the skirt parted to reveal a central slit.

It might not be favoured by all, but I loved the addition of the pearl-accented Jimmy Choo ‘Cloud’ clutch. It provided an interested contrast to her princess-like gown.

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You can buy Elizabeth’s Emilia Wickstead Carla Gown from
Selfridges, Net-A-Porter.com & farfetch.com.

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Elizabeth Banks In Marchesa – ‘A Bigger Splash’ Venice Film Festival Premiere

VENICE, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 06:  Elizabeth Banks attends a premiere for 'A Bigger Splash' during the 72nd Venice Film Festival at  on September 6, 2015 in Venice, Italy.  (Photo by Danny Martindale/WireImage)

Elizabeth Banks was back on the red carpet for the Venice Film Festival premiere of ‘A Bigger Splash’ on Sunday (September 6).

After failing to ignite my senses in Andrew Gn, that didn’t put the jury member off wearing her fourth floral frock of the festival.

The actress was back to her breath-taking best wearing a Marchesa Resort 2016 lace gown accented with floral appliqués which she styled with Jimmy Choo sandals, Anne Sisteron Jewelry and a box clutch.

Oozing sensual femininity in a manner which is classic Elizabeth Banks, I think this might just be my favourite look from her so far this festival.

Where does it rank for you?

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Elizabeth Banks In Andrew Gn – ‘Black Mass’ Venice Film Festival Premiere

Elizabeth Banks In Andrew Gn - 'Black Mass' Venice Film Festival Premiere

Elizabeth Banks attended the premiere of ‘Black Mass’ during the 2015 Venice Film Festival on Friday (September 4) in Venice, Italy.

This was Elizabeth’s fourth look of the festival, and sadly my least favourite.

While this look does cultivate an image of earthy elegance, I don’t feel like this suits Elizabeth’s style at all.

Factor in that the gown feels really heavy and that I’m not a fan of this particular floral design; it’s a very rare no from me.

Sutra emerald earrings and Brian Atwood shoes completed her look.

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