Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Naomie Harris In Monique Lhuillier - Oxfam Charity GalaFresh off her Best Dressed of the Week status, Naomie Harris continued to impress at the Oxfam Charity Gala, held today as part of the 10th annual Dubai International Film Festival at the Armani Hotel in Dubai.

The ‘Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom’ actress was delightful in a Monique Lhuillier Spring 2014 gown in a coral-rose hue that was lovely against her skin tone. The diaphanous confection was embellished with a lace yoke and finished with an elegant train.

The black box clutch didn’t even prove to be much of an eyesore here, as it provided an intriguing contrast to her feminine look.

A half-up, half-down ‘do, along with blushing makeup hues and on-trend ear cuffs, completed her pretty-in-pink entrance.

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Best Dressed Of The Week - Naomie Harris In Alexander McQueen & David Beckham In Ralph Lauren

Naomie Harris was our best dressed this week by a very long margin, looking elegant in an Alexander McQueen strapless black peplum embellished gown worn to the ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’ royal premiere. She herself looked like royalty, adding an extra touch of sparkle with Jessica McCormack jewels.

David Beckham smouldered on the red carpet of ‘The Class of 92′ premiere wearing a Ralph Lauren black two-button suit accented with a red ribbon in support of World AIDS Day to nab the majority of the votes this week

There were many close contenders, but no one wears a suit quite like Becks.

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Naomie Harris In Alexander McQueen - 'Mandela Long Walk To Freedom' Royal Premiere

Naomie Harris attended the royal premiere of ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’ alongside Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge this evening.

I have been gushing over Naomie for a while now, and she continues to prove that the high-praise is justified in her Alexander McQueen gown.

The black strapless gown with gold embroidery enriching the peplum detailing may just be her best look yet, and I’m not just referring to this promo tour.

It fits to perfection; she oozes glamour and sex appeal, and the impeccable styling, including the hair and makeup, puts this on another level of brilliance.

This just might be a late contender for my BDOTY list.

You can buy Naomie’s Alexander McQueen Strapless Peplum Gown from Neiman Marcus.

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Naomie Harris In Vionnet - 'Mandela Long Walk to Freedom' Paris Premiere

Naomie Harris attended the ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’ Paris premiere held at UNESCO in France yesterday evening.

After a succession of summery frocks stateside, she switched gears, opting for a navy-blue Vionnet Spring 2014 cap-sleeved gown featuring a netted V-panel and streamline silhouette.

I know many of you have marked your cards with Elizabeth Banks for best promo tour of the year, but Naomie’s run has been just as impressive for me.

She looks so statuesque and elegant here, styling her look with a black Rauwolf clutch, deep waves and a glossy copper lip.

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Naomie Harris In Burberry Prorsum - 'Mandela Long Walk To Freedom' Special New York Screening

Naomie Harris attended a special screening Of ‘Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom’ in partnership with Burberry and The New York Times, which was hosted by U2 and Anna Wintour at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City yesterday evening.

The British actress looked pretty wearing a Burberry Prorsum Pre-Fall 2014 mint-green chiffon dress with a keyhole detail which she styled with brown Daniele Michetti sandals and a matching clutch.

This is our first look at a Pre-Fall 2014 look on the red carpet, proving that Naomie has come such a long way from her ‘Skyfall’ promo tour when she was wearing pieces that were three seasons old.

Naomie’s accessories may be a strange colour choice for some, especially when Burberry have shoes from their Spring 2014 collection that are the same hue as her dress, but the brown accessories keep the look distinctly fall-like so they work for me.

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