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Thandie Newton was of course at the 2010 British Fashion Awards in London this evening.

She opted for Peter Pilotto Spring 2011 dress.

The colourful textured printed dress with a high neckline and keyhole detail is quite a refreshing look for Thandie who’s been wearing a lot of minimalist Calvin Klein looks lately.

I love the way this dress sits high on her waist. Had she pulled it down any further it may have lost is shape.

Thandie never lets me down in the footwear department. On this occasion she wore purple suede Nicholas Kirkwood cut-out sandals.

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Some of you might find this quite plain and boring, but the reason why Thandie suits Calvin Klein so well is because her striking beauty shines through her minimalist look.

The British actress wore this grey open back Calvin Klein Spring 2011 dress on the red carpet for the New York Premiere of “For Colored Girls” last night.

Like Diane Kruger, Thandie doesn’t need much else to make this dress look good.

Calvin Klein strappy sandals, that gorgeous face and a gold stack of bracelets were all that was needed.

Impossibly beautiful.

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Thandie Newton was on PIX11 Morning News in the US today with her co-star Tessa Thompson, to talk about their roles as troubled sisters Tangie and Nyla in the new Tyler Perry movie “For Colored Girls”.

The movie has been adapted from Ntozake Shange’s 1975 play “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf”.

The movie reveals different issues that impact women in general and women of colour in particular.

Janet Jackson, Anika Noni Rose and Phylicia Rashad also star in the movie.

Thandie arrived at the CW Studios flying the British flag – as she always does – wearing a Vivienne Westwood Red Label Spring 2011 suit.

Her grey Westwood is incredibly chic. I love the sharp tailoring and the tapered pants.

Thandie looks amazing no matter what she wears.

The fresh-faced beauty added red studded Stella McCartney peep-toes and carried a brown suede Miu Miu horn-strap tote to complete her look.

“For Colored Girls” opens in theaters on November 5.

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Since you all hated Thandie Newton’s previous Stella McCartney dress, she thought she’d give it another go.

At the “Vanishing On 7th Street” Premiere during the 2010 Toronto Film Festival she wore a fuchsia pink Stella McCartney Fall 2010 mini dress with black pumps.

The dress is almost exactly the same in style to her previous dress as it has the same train overlay, but this time it’s satin and the skirt is covered in paillettes.

Despite the dress having a samey feel I love the colour on her

My only wish is that she’d worn the runway shoes.

There’s nothing worse than dumbing down a look with boring heels.

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Thandie Newton looked drop-dead-gorgeous on the red carpet for the Giorgio Armani Fashion’s Night Out event in London last night.

Her mocha coloured Stella McCartney Fall 2010 dress worked well with her caramel skin tone.

This woman doesn’t know how to look bad. It’s impossible with her beauty and impeccable style.

She wore an embroidered strapless dress with a scalloped hemline plus the organza overlay which had that trademark train which is a bit longer on Thandie.

I’m not crazy about the clutch, but I love her shoe choice.

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