Natalie Dormer attended ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part 2’ New York premiere on Wednesday (November 18) in New York City.
While I love this change in style for the usually glamorous actress, I didn’t think this Roland Mouret leather and sheer Fall 2015 look was quite appropriate for the big budget movie premiere, even in New York.
My feeling is this should’ve been saved for Comic-Con or a Jimmy Fallon show arrival, as this reads random attendee rather than starring actress, plus it’s a huge step down from Monday night.
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Natalie Dormer attended the premiere of ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’ on Monday (November 16) in Los Angeles, California.
I was delighted to see at least one go-big or go-home moment on this red carpet, and they don’t come much bigger than Vivienne Westwood.
I’m not one to be swoon over grey, but I was totally seduced by the tulle and smokey-grey overlay of embroidered flowers.
I love how Natalie’s antique floral brooch featured a French flag in homage to the victims of Fridays tragic events.
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After the Berlin premiere, Natalie Dormer was back on the red carpet for the UK debut of ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,’ held at Odeon Leicester Square on Thursday (November 5) in London, England.
Launching the premiere tour with bold hues, she gravitated to a more black and white palette for her second showing.
Where this Ong Oaj Pairam asymmetrical gown lacked in bright colour, it made up for in an intriguing graphic print and a sweeping silhouette that included a long train.
However, there is such a thing as too much fabric. Here, it seems as if the skirt fully engulfed the petite star, thus decreasing its striking impact in the end.
The look was styled with Messika jewels.
Natalie Dormer was also in attendance at the world premiere of ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2’ at CineStar on Wednesday (November 4) in Berlin, Germany.
While Julianne Moore went for a monochromatic mood, Natalie painted the red carpet with a bold wash of contrasting hues in her Roland Mouret Fall 2015 gown.
I’m glad the runway’s black turtleneck-style underlining was removed from the bodice, which further elevated the power of the intriguing geometry and colour palette.
Did you miss the belt?
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Shailene Woodley wore a Mary Katrantzou Pre-Fall 2015 frock while promoting ‘Insurgent’ on the ‘Late Show With David Letterman’ back in March, before Natalie Dormer wore the same dress earlier this month while attending the ‘Game of Thrones’ panel during Comic-Con.
I had to go with Shailene on this one because I much preferred her shoe choice.
Shortening the dress was also a good call as the original length comes across as mumsy on Natalie.