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Olga Kurylenko In Balmain – British Independent Film Awards 2017

Following her appearance at the Dubai International Film Festival which saw Olga Kurylenko don two Elie Saab Couture gowns, the actress was back in London for the British Independent Film Awards on Sunday (December 10).

Making lustre the operating principle of her red carpet look, Olga opted for a different style of glamour in Balmain.

Crafted with thick, textural embroidery and metal beading, I love how the fringe trims add a sassy edgy.

While we’re more used to a particular, some might say predictable, style from Olga, I think manages to pull this heavy-duty look off with great aplomb.

Do you agree?

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Olga Kurylenko In Elie Saab Couture – 2017 Dubai International Film Festival

Following Monday nights Fashion Awards in London, Olga Kurylenko reappeared on the red carpet for the opening night gala of the 14th annual Dubai International Film Festival this evening (December 6).

Personally, it’s been a very stressful two weeks, but what I love about fashion, is moments like this.

Moments where you leave your troubles behind and escape, if only for a few minutes, to take in the hypnotic beauty of a stunning woman in an equally stunning gown.

Olga took my breath away wearing this crimson Elie Saab Fall 2017 Couture gown.

As you know I love a cape, but on this occasion I’m glad Olga decided against it.

The cape appears heavy, and I feel it may have weighed down her look.

I adore how she’s totally selling the sensuality and lightness of her lace embroidered look to me.

This is a BDOTW contender for sure. Maybe even a BDOTY worthy look.

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Olga Kurylenko In Temperley London – The Fashion Awards 2017

Olga Kurylenko stepped out at The Fashion Awards on Monday (December 4) in London, England.

The actress and model proved black doesn’t have to be basic in a Temperley London Spring 2018 dress.

The volume of the semi-sheer skirt was tempered with the slinky bodice which brings to mind pieces of ribbon expertly wrapped around her.

I like the concept of the top, but found it could have been strengthened with different proportions.

For me, the crystal detailing didn’t enliven the bodice. Had the embellishment been in black, it might have been more successful.

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Olga Kurylenko In Antonio Berardi – Party With The Porters

Olga Kurylenko attended a party hosted by NET-A-PORTER and MR PORTER to celebrate the festive season in style at One Horse Guards on Thursday (November 30) in London.

A modern silhouette with one shoulder and a slit through one side of the skirt from Antonio Berardi, was a chic and sensual choice in bold orange, white and black.

I love how Olga’s Chopard earrings bring a touch of festive spirit to look in true Bond girl glamorous fashion.

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Olga Kurylenko In Elie Saab Couture – ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Olga Kurylenko attended the screening of ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ during the 2017 Cannes Film Festival on Sunday (May 21).

Given the magical artistry of the shimmering beadwork and floral embellishment on this Elie Saab Spring 2017 Couture cap-sleeve gown, my sheer fatigue was momentarily suspended.

Very momentarily.

Once I saw her nude underwear, and the legs of the people standing behind her through the see-through skirt, the enchantment of the look pretty much dissipated.

Breezy, loose waves and that timepiece on her wrist wouldn’t have been my go-to styling components either, but she clearly wanted to add an uncomplicated touch to the body-baring dress.

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Olga Kurylenko In Giorgio Armani – 2017 Sidaction Gala Dinner

The Sidaction Gala Dinner marked the close of Paris Fashion Week on Thursday (January 26).

Olga Kurylenko’s front row style has been hit and miss, so I’m sure I’ll surprise a lot of you by saying I think this Giorgio Armani jumpsuit is a hit.

For me it’s well-tailored, bold, cool and sexy. Anything more than A cup and my opinion of this look would’ve undoubtedly changed.

The only thing I really object to are the heavy shoes.

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