Gemma Arterton In Nina Ricci – ‘Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters’ Mexico Premiere

Gemma Arterton In Nina Ricci - 'Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters' Mexico Premiere

Gemma Arterton turned things up several notches for the ‘Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters’ Mexico premiere last week.

Opting for sheer and sexy, the British actress donned a Nina Ricci Spring 2013 gown.

The polka-dot-printed frock, with a thigh-high slit, fishnet underlay and ruched detailing, was a good idea in theory but fails to showcase Gemma’s gorgeous figure in all its splendid glory – plus, I’m instantly drawn to her Bridget-Jones-esque panties.

On the plus side, her hair and makeup are flawless.

Ankle-strap pumps completed her look.

Yay or nay?

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Gemma Arterton In Gucci – ‘Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters’ Mexico Photocall

Gemma Arterton In Gucci - 'Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters' Mexico Photocall

Last week, Gemma Arterton continued to promote her latest movie, ‘Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters’, with a photocall at the St. Regis Hotel in Mexico City, Mexico with co-star Jeremy Renner.

The British actress wore a nutmeg Gucci Resort 2013 dress. This is the second time she’s worn this rich, warm colour during this promo tour.

Her cotton print dress, which hugs her gorgeous curves, was styled with minimal jewelry and nude Nicholas Kirkwood sandals.

I like how she didn’t over-style her dress. The Kirkwood sandals keep the look current and the minimal makeup allows her natural beauty to shine through.

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Gemma Arterton In Vivienne Westwood – ‘Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters’ LA Press Conference

Gemma Arterton In Vivienne Westwood - ‘Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters’ LA Press Conference

Gemma Arterton kick-started her promo tour for her latest flick, ‘Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters’ with a press conference at the Four Seasons Hotel in LA on Saturday afternoon.

The beautiful British actress wore a bi-colour Vivienne Westwood Spring 2013 dress for the occasion, which for some reason made me instantly think of ‘Mad Men’s Joan Holloway.

Her rust-and-black printed long-sleeve button-down frock may have a vintage 60s vibe, but she modernized the look with Christian Dior Spring 2013 slingbacks with a metallic-pink strap.

Tousled honey-coloured locks and a sexy red pout completed her look.

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Gemma Arterton In Roberto Cavalli – Marrakech Film Festival Closing Ceremony

Gemma Arterton looked stunning during the Closing Ceremony of the 12th Marrakech Film Festival held on Saturday in Morocco.

The British actress, who has served as one of the jury members during the event, wore a Roberto Cavalli black gown for the grand occasion.

It’s not often we see such a simple, effortless Cavalli gown. This frock does right by Gemma; hugging her in all the right places.

I know a lot of you were disappointed that Gemma didn’t bring her red carpet A-game to this festival, but this look is definitely a hit for me.

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Gemma Arterton In Marios Schwab – 2012 Marrakech Film Festival: Jonathan Demme Tribute

Gemma Arterton is still in Morocco, where she’s attending the 2012 Marrakech Film Festival.

Last night, she attended a tribute to Jonathan Demme wearing a Marios Schwab Fall 2012 gown.

Her art-nouveau burgundy lace dress, with a central slit and a nude underlay to the thigh, oozed old Hollywood glamour, especially when styled with those big, bouncy curls.

Gemma’s satin clutch and lip colour matched her gown, while she opted for gold studded Louboutins to add some contrast.

The majority of you hated her previous three looks from this event, so how does this gown fare? Is it BDOTW-worthy?

You can buy Gemma’s Marios Schwab gown from
Matches Fashion Global and Matches Fashion UK.

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Gemma Arterton In Roksanda Ilincic, Antonio Berardi & Jonathan Saunders – 2012 Marrakech Film Festival

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 – US, and Browns Fashion
Antonio Berardi Milano Stitch Gown – Luisa via Roma

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