Sophie Turner attended Comic-Con 2014 in San Diego, California, where the ‘Game of Thrones’ actress opted for two playful looks over the weekend.
‘Game of Thrones’ Panel: Alphabet soup was the name of her style game on Friday. Her multi-coloured Tata Naka Spring 2014 jumpsuit spoke volumes with its bold, graphic letter prints. Fellow young starlet Maisie Williams, who plays her sister on the show, couldn’t have been more differently dressed in a charming Alice + Olivia textured, metallic-bronze shift dress, paired with black furry Sophia Webster sandals.
Entertainment Weekly’s Annual Comic-Con Celebration: Wearing the same black heels from the day before, Sophie switched up the rest of her look in a Matthew Williamson Fall 2014 black frock featuring a swatch of baby-blue printed paneling at the skirt. I keep wondering if that bright red lip may have been better suited to her jumpsuit, though.
Sophie Turner in Tata Naka
Sophie Turner in Tata Naka
Sophie Turner in Matthew Williamson
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Sophie Turner attended the Glamour Women of the Year Awards held at Berkeley Square Gardens on Tuesday (June 3) in London, England.
I was delighted to see the young ‘Game of Thrones’ actress work a youthful look with a bit of an edge for a refreshing change.
On this occasion she donned a blue, black and red plaid-print McQ Alexander McQueen Pre-Fall 2014 mini dress with a built-in black leather corset and pleated detail in the skirt.
Her leather accessories were also by McQueen, with a Solange Azagury cuff rounding out the look.
Beauty-wise, she highlighted her blue eyes, opting for a nude lip colour and simple ponytail.
From the ankles up, this was one of my favourites on the night.
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Joining Naomi Campbell and a host of stars, actress Sophie Turner attended last night’s Arqiva British Television Awards ceremony at London’s Theatre Royal (May 18).
Championing a British designer like she has done so many times on the red carpet, the Games of Thrones star opted for a strapless Michael Van Der Ham column dress.
While I’ve enjoyed her colourful Mary Katrantzou printed dresses in the past, it’s great to see Sophie opt for a more grown-up, paired-back palette and silhouette.
The dress is elegantly cut and the smoky eye and gunmetal clutch complement the palette and make for an altogether sexy and sultry look.
I do however think the dress deserved a more slick hair style, possibly something like a side-swept ponytail. Do you agree?
There were plenty more lovely ladies, plus Benedict Cumberbatch, who attended The Royal Marsden Dinner, hosted by the Duke of Cambridge at Windsor Castle in England on Tuesday (May 13).
Zhang Ziyi, Emma Watson and Margot Robbie all wore grey, but here we have a lot of black Ralph Lauren looks.
Kate Moss: The British model was the only one not to follow the Ralph Lauren dress code, opting for a black one-sleeve dress with a side slit styled with sexy black strappy Christian Louboutin ‘Audrey’ sandals and a silver clutch.
Benedict Cumberbatch: Following on from his Met Gala best-dressed-actor triumph, the ‘Sherlock’ star proved it was no fluke, looking very dashing in a Ralph Lauren Black Label peak-lapel tuxedo.
Lily James: Looking very much the lady of the manor, the ‘Downton Abbey’ actress wore a Ralph Lauren one-of-a-kind black and gold gown embroidered with feathers and beads. This was one of my favourites: dramatic and glamorous.
The Pradasphere has officially landed, and a party was in order to welcome the exhibition at Harrods that traces Prada’s multivalent obsessions—from fashion and accessories to art, architecture, cinema, sport and beyond. Of course, a host of London lovelies—all in some measure of Prada or Miu Miu—were out in force to celebrate.
Bonnie Wright: The British actress spiked up her blue and white colour-block Prada frock with a leather motorcycle jacket, cobalt-embellished ankle-strap sandals and a sunny yellow mini-bag.
Annabelle Wallis: Sweeping back her blonde locks, Annabelle fully embraced the quirkier spirit of Prada in her bold floral-print, button-down shirt, worn belted with black trousers, grass-green pumps and an aqua-and-black patterned handbag. Somehow she pulled it off.
Samantha Barks: Also in blue, the actress was adorable in a Prada cerulean, white and black striped, off-the-shoulder dress with a full pleated skirt, paired with black ankle-strap pumps and an embroidered blue and cream bag. This look had girly flair without being too saccharine.