Overall it was a quiet night on the red carpet on Monday (February 16), so thank God for power couple Sean Penn and Charlize Theron’s appearance at the BFI Southbank for the world premiere of ‘The Gunman’ in London, England.
He was looking very sharp despite the crooked tie, while she was a vision in all black (words I rarely say).
Charlize these days appears to be forgoing her usual favourites – Givenchy, Alexander McQueen and Dior – for other brands, yet she’s still sticking to trusted black.
Following her Jenny Packham gown from last week, on this occasion she wore a Halston Heritage halter gown.
Timelessly elegant, the gold neckline offers a modern vibe to this red carpet look, which finds the perfect balance between effortlessness and dressed up.
I love the overall ease and serenity of this look, with simple Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudist’ sandals and an Emm Kuo clutch adding some contrast to this all-black look.