Gemma Arterton In Gucci – Gucci and Vanity Fair Dinner Party

After wearing a one of a kind Gucci gown to the world restoration premiere of Sergio Leone’s ‘Once Upon a Time in America’ during Cannes Film Festival on Friday evening, Gemma Arterton opted for a runway look for the Gucci/Vanity Fair dinner party on Saturday.

Her Fall 2012 brandy iris printed silk georgette long sleeved shirt with matching brandy iris printed silk georgette pants was a much better look for the British actress.

It almost has a PJ feel to it, so she was very much on-trend.

With her hair pulled back into a simple ponytail, she accessorized with Gucci 18k yellow gold jewellery, and a Gucci black crocodile ‘Tigrette’ clutch with enamel tiger head detail from the Spring 2012 collection.

You can buy the nubuck version of Gemma’s Gucci bag from Saks.com.

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Gemma Arterton In Gucci – ‘Once Upon A Time In America’ – Gucci Film Foundation Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Gemma Arterton sparkled on the red carpet at the ‘Once Upon A Time In America’ – Gucci Film Foundation’ premiere during the 2012 Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals this evening.

The British actress donned a one-of-a-kind Gucci gown for the occasion.

Her fully-beaded silver gown with organza straps is a work of art.

My only disappointments were the gold earrings (one should not mix metals) and her updo.

A sleeker hairstyle would be preferred.

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Gemma Arterton In Stella McCartney – British Independent Film Awards 2011

Gemma Arterton also stepped out for the 2011 British Independent Film Awards in London last night.

The British actress opted to wear a simple Stella McCartney Resort 2012 peplum dress.

Her black strapless dress might be a tad boring to some of you, but I love how she styled this basic dress to give her look plenty of sex appeal.

Sexy black and nude strappy sandals, a Stella McCartney dotted clutch and bold red lips heat up her red carpet look.

You can buy Gemma’s Stella McCartney dress from
Net-A-Porter US and Net-A-Porter International.

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Gemma Arterton In Viktor & Rolf and Balmain – 57th Evening Standard Theatre Awards

Gemma Arterton attended the 57th Evening Standard Awards at the Savoy Hotel in London last night.

She donned a chic all black ensemble with a touch of bedazzlement.

The former Bond girl wore a black Viktor & Rolf Fall 2011 tuxedo jacket with satin lapels which she paired with a Balmain Spring 2012 embellished top.

At a press day in London last week I was fortunate enough to see the Balmain Spring 2012 collection up close. The embellishments actually look like an upside down Christmas trees.

A matching Balmain clutch, skin-tight leather pants and Christian Louboutin ‘Pigalle’ pumps completed her look.

I love the wild tresses and smoky eyes as it works very well with her rock chick look.

Kate Moss would be proud.

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Gemma Arterton In YSL – Amazon: An Exhibition In Aid Of Sky Rainforest Rescue

Gemma Arterton was present at the private viewing of ‘Amazon: An Exhibition In Aid Of Sky Rainforest Rescue’ which took place this evening in London.

The actress wore a YSL chain-embellished crepe jumpsuit from the Fall 2011 collection.

This chic number had a Grecian feel to it because of the decadent gold chain which cascades down her back before wrapping around her waist.

The top-half of this jumpsuit looks exquisite on Gemma, but I’m not sure about the pants.

They aren’t particularly flattering as they make her appear wider than she actually is, plus they are heavily creased.

Gemma decided to go with a sleek updo, which was a great call. Had her hair been down it would have taken away from the sexiness of the back.

She finished her look with a nude pout and subtle shimmery eye shadow. The only jewelry she needed were two gold rings.

Rachel Zoe would pull off this ensemble without a glitch. This outfit totally screams out her name.

You can buy Gemma’s YSL jumpsuit from
Net-A-Porter US and Net-A-Porter International.

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