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Naomie Harris In Christian Dior – The London Critic’s Circle Film Awards

Naomie Harris was awarded Supporting Actress of the Year for ‘Moonlight’ at The London Critic’s Circle Film Awards in London on Sunday (January 22).

What instantly occurred to me when I saw Naomie in this Christian Dior Spring 2017 dress is that:

1. She doesn’t often wear black and;
2. Doesn’t she look amazing in black?

This sharply tailored design could’ve been served up with simple black pumps, but a design like this delivers endless styling possibilities, so thankfully Naomie dutifully obliged with a gold Lee Savage clutch, Graziela Gems earrings and heart-racing Christian Louboutin ‘Chapito’ ankle-strap d’orsay pumps.

Modern power dressing at its finest.

Christian Louboutin ‘Chapito’ ankle-strap d’orsay pumps

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Naomie Harris In Disaya & Alexandre Vauthier Couture – Da Vinci Collection by IWC Schaffhausen Launch

Naomie Harris attended the Da Vinci Collection by IWC Schaffhausen launch on Tuesday (January 17) in Geneva, Switzerland before attending IWC’s ‘Decoding the Beauty of Time’ Gala Dinner by IWC Schaffhausen at SIHH 2017.

Da Vinci Collection Launch: Writing her own style chapter, she wore a Disaya Spring 2016 dress with frilled neckline that may have left everyone staring for awhile to see exactly what her dress was saying. Francesco Russo black and white heels and an IWC watch, naturally, were the perfect accompaniment to the cursive scrawl of the dress.

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Naomie Harris In Thom Browne & Armani Prive – BAFTA Tea Party & 2017 Golden Globe Awards

Naomie Harris also attended the BAFTA Tea Party on January 7 at the Four Seasons Hotel in advance of the Golden Globe Awards and post Globes party on Sunday, January 8 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, where the nominated actress oozed radiant elegance, as we’ve come to expect.

BAFTA Tea Party: The actress’s artsy shoes were my favourite part of this look, as they elevated and modernized the Thom Browne multi-coloured patchwork dress. Did the floral embroidery at the tummy area bother anyone else? It resonated as strangely unflattering.

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19.01.17

2016 National Board of Review

The National Board of Review Gala was hosted on January 4, 2017 in New York City and attended by a namedrop-worthy guest list.

Maggie Gyllenhaal: Graphic playfulness and an asymmetrical silhouette kept the actress’s Marni Resort 2017 dress fresh, but I would have loved to see a thin belt to provide some waist contouring.

Naomie Harris: Taking the plunge, Naomie nixed a dress in favour of a Brandon Maxwell Spring 2017 wide-leg jumpsuit that moved beautifully when she walked.

Amy Adams: Lovely in lace, the actress wore a Marchesa Pre-Fall 2017 embroidered dress that ultimately left me with the urge to cut off the bell sleeves while also securing a more nude underlining for the bodice.

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23.12.15 Best Of

Best Ensemble Cast 2015 – ‘Spectre’

Best Ensemble Cast 2015 – ‘Spectre’

Edging out ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2,’ which for two years had won the style game with each edition of the movie saga, ‘Spectre’ secured the best ensemble honour for 2015.

After all, they did have Bond, James Bond on their side.

When it comes to the style credits, the cast was a cinematic dream team—what with French lovely Lea Seydoux and her perfect-in-Prada gowns, the vampy elegance of Monica Bellucci, and the undeniable chicness of Most Consistent 2015 Naomie Harris.

Plus, add the eternally fine, Tom Ford tuxedo-clad Daniel Craig to the mix, and the exotic 007 glamour is complete.

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22.12.15 Best Of

Most Consistent 2015 – Naomie Harris

Most Consistent 2015 – Naomie Harris

Throw any look the way of Naomie Harris, and the actress beautifully flaunts it with nothing short of the ultimate polish and panache.

It was difficult enough to settle on a favourite look from her ‘Spectre’ promo tour, which effectively demonstrated her impressive consistency. There was nary a dull moment or a dud among them.

James Bond has nothing on this style star—and she rises above the rest of her impressively turned-out peers by never being afraid to explore bold, bright colour palettes, punchy patterns, and interesting silhouettes. Yet she never compromises her spirit of classically refined chicness.

She has a veritable laundry list of designers who are behind her consistently well-dressed endeavors: think Altuzarra, Balmain, Christian Dior, Dion Lee, Kaufmanfranco, Lanvin, Michael Kors, Mugler, Ralph Lauren, Roksanda, and Valentino. The sheer variety of these labels only further demonstrating her sartorial power.

The orange Stella McCartney strapless, corset gown at the London premiere of ‘Spectre’ was nothing short of a revelation, as I’m sure many of you will agree.

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