06.09.14 Premiere

Naomi Watts In Stella McCartney – ‘St. Vincent’ Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Naomi Watts In Stella McCartney -  'St Vincent' Toronto Film Festival Premiere

Naomi Watts attended the premiere of the film ‘St. Vincent’ at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival yesterday (September 5) in Toronto, Canada.

For the event, the gorgeous star wore a Stella McCartney jumpsuit with cut-out detailing, metallic Rupert Sanderson platforms, a Lee Savage box clutch and some dramatic Bulgari jewels.

Wow, is this a fashion diversion for Naomi, and wow do I like it! The always stylish, but often demure star definitely turned up the sex appeal with this look, but does it in a completely classy manner. I can imagine so many young starlets trying to pull off this look, but looking south of tasteful, yet Naomi shoes exactly how it’s done.

A sleek ponytail with a slight mohawk affect at the crown, glowing skin, pink lips and a light wash of blue eyeshadow add to the fun and funky appeal of this look.

Are you enjoying this look from Naomi as much as I?

 

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Who Wore Michael Kors Better…Naomi Watts or Natalia de Molina?

Who Wore Michael Kors Better Naomi Watts or Natalia de Molina

Naomi Watts wore the gorgeous Michael Kors Spring 2014 navy-blue floral-specked gown with a refined cut-out detail at the bodice and ruching at the waist to the New York screening of ‘Diana’, styling the look with a red Roger Vivier clutch and chic retro waves.

Natalia de Molina wore the same dress during Malaga Film Festival, opting for more subtle accessories which included a gold clutch.

Many of you weren’t too happy that Naomi wore this dress in October, wishing it was saved for the spring, which Natalia did.

When it was worn aside, I prefer Natalia’s styling on this occasion, so she wins for me.

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Naomi Watts In Armani Privé – Vanity Fair And Armani Party

Naomi Watts In Armani Privé - Vanity Fair And Armani Party

Naomi Watts joined Cate Blanchett in attending the Vanity Fair And Armani Party held during the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival on Saturday (May 17) in Cap d’Antibes, France.

The actress dazzled from head to toe, wearing an Armani Privé Spring 2014 sleeveless gown with exquisite beading for sparkling flair.

She styled her gown with Bulgari jewels, with a slick of red lip colour and an updo completing her look.

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Naomi Watts In Marchesa – Charles Finch Filmmakers Dinner

Naomi Watts In Marchesa - Charles Finch Filmmakers DinnerBefore stunning on the red carpet at the ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ premiere during Cannes Film Festival, Naomi Watts was earlier at the annual Charles Finch Filmmakers Dinner at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on Friday (May 16).

As at the premiere, the actress was again lovely in a romantic Marchesa creation, this one from the Fall 2014 collection.

Perhaps it’s because I still have visions of Poppy Delevingne’s wedding gown in my head, but when I saw Naomi’s lacy and ruffled white dress, I immediately thought bridal—at least from the waist up.

The black accessories, including a metallic-accented clutch and ankle-strap sandals, help counteract that notion.

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16.05.14 Premiere

Naomi Watts In Marchesa – ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2′ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Naomi Watts In Marchesa - ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2? Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Naomi Watts attended the ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2′ premiere during the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival this evening (May 16) in Cannes, France.

There are very few traditions left when it comes to Cannes, but you can always rely on Naomi to wear Marchesa.

Naomi wore an exquisite, graceful custom dusty blue silk chiffon draped Grecian gown with black diamond crystal embroidery, with a cowl overlay sweeping through the sweetheart neckline.

As the face of Bulgari, she donned a diamond-encrusted serpent necklace that snaked around the back. On an ordinary night this may have been considered overkill because of the embellishments on the gown, but this is no ordinary night.

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