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Emma Thompson In Maria Grachvogel - 2014 BAFTAs

Unlike the other actresses, Emma Thompson was not prepared to brave the cold on Sunday (February 16) for the 2014 BAFTAs held at The Royal Opera House in London, England.

The British actress donned a cream fur collared Maria Grachvogel coat on the red carpet, later removing it to fully reveal her Maria Grachvogel Fall 2014 red dress with a cowl-neckline once inside the venue.

I love the colour and how figure-flattering the dress is, but the black pointy pumps wouldn’t have been my preferred choice of shoe.

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Emma Thompson In 1930s William Vintage – 2014 SAG Awards

Emma Thompson laughed her way down the red carpet of the 2014 SAG Awards in Los Angeles tonight (January 18).

The nominee and ‘Saving Mr. Banks’ star wore a simple 1930s William Vintage gown with a beaded bird applique detailing on the shoulder.

And perhaps her biggest fashion statement of the night are the Christian Louboutin ‘Toboggan’ Rose gold glitter d’orsay flats–after all, who can forget her comedic Louboutin throwing episode at the Golden Globes?–clearly, she was ready for comfortable feet this time around!

A Lauren Merkin ‘Lucca’ clutch and silver earrings are the perfect accent to the look, while mauve lips, brown-rimmed eyes and glossy, blonde locks round things out.

Sure you can call the whole thing a big eccentric, but it’s perfectly Emma, and I love it all for her.

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Emma Thompson In Camilla and Marc - 'Saving Mr Banks' LA Premiere

Emma Thompson attended the ‘Saving Mr Banks’ LA premiere held at the Walt Disney Studios in Los Angeles yesterday evening.

Showing off her enviable figure in another figure-hugging frock, the 54-year-old British actress wore an overtly feminine nude sleeveless dress featuring a black lace-and-mesh overlay from Camilla and Marc’s Resort 2014 collection which stopped just below her knee.

Sans the look book belt, Emma styled her frock with simple patent-leather Robert Clergerie ‘Tomi’ black pumps and a black satin quilted Chanel clutch.

With her blonde hair teased into a wavy style, she kept her makeup minimal, adding just a splash of red lipstick and a sweep of mascara.

Whoever is styling Emma at the moment is doing an amazing job, as they always select looks that are equal parts sophisticated and modern, always living up to her sparkling personality.

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You can buy Emma’s Camilla and Marc Lace Front Fitted Dress from
Matches Fashion Global and Matches Fashion UK.

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Emma Thompson In Roberto Cavalli -  2013 AFI FEST

Emma Thompson attended the premiere of Walt Disney Pictures’ ‘Saving Mr. Banks’ during AFI FEST 2013 held at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, California yesterday evening.

Last time out, the British actress showed that she’s not afraid to do something different; this time she showed that she’s not afraid of colour, donning a scarlet-black-and-white swirl-print embellished Roberto Cavalli frock in a form-fitting sheath silhouette.

Muted accessories tried to tame the wild print, with a pair of red drop earrings adding an extra punch.

You can buy Emma’s Roberto Cavalli Printed Dress from Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus.

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Emma Thompson In Maria Grachvogel - 'Saving Mr Banks' London Film Festival Closing Night Gala Premiere

Emma Thompson joined Lily Allen and Ruth Wilson on the red carpet for the Closing Night Gala premiere of ‘Saving Mr Banks’ during the 57th BFI London Film Festival held at the Odeon Leicester Square on Sunday evening.

I was delighted to see Emma having fun with fashion. I’m sure many would’ve expected her to wear some sad sack of a dress, but she surprised everyone by wearing a Maria Grachvogel Fall 2013 ensemble.

The look consisted of a silk-organza reflective branches-print blouse with an ethereal, filmic quality styled with a dramatic black jacquard A-line skirt with a shorter front to show off her ankle boots.

I was going to give her full marks for pulling off such a tricky look until I got to the shoes. Open-toe or strappy sandals would’ve elongated her legs.

Maria Grachvogel Fall 2013

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