Gemma Arterton In Roksanda Ilincic, Antonio Berardi & Jonathan Saunders – 2012 Marrakech Film Festival

Following her presenting duties at the 2012 British Fashion Awards last week, Gemma Arterton headed to Morocco for the 2012 Marrakech Film Festival.

The British beauty wore three looks over the weekend, all by London-based designers.

Friday: For the ‘Touch Of The Light’ opening film she wore a bi-colour dress from the British Fashion Council’s red carpet designer of the year, Roksanda Ilincic. The ‘Skye’ dress not only embraces the colour-blocking trend, but also offers a figure-flattering silhouette. I love the surprise element of the eye-popping turquoise-blue colour at the back and the complementary Louboutin slingbacks.

Saturday: For the Tribute to Hindi Cinema ceremony, the actress opted for a muted look, colour-wise. She sizzled, wearing a black Antonio Berardi one-shoulder Milano stitch gown which might be considered too revealing for some. Styling her hair into a simple ponytail with face-framing trendrils, Gemma completed her look with a white circular studded clutch and white pumps (eek).

Sunday: Gemma’s final look took a cutesy turn on Sunday for the Tribute To Chinese Director, Zhang Yimou. She wore a Jonathan Saunders Fall 2012 ensemble, featuring a sleeveless georgette top enriched with orange-and-ivory floral embroidery throughout and a matching skirt. Selecting the same clutch from her Saturday look, she added black pumps and a striking red lip colour to her look.

Which look was your favourite?

Roksanda Ilincic ‘Skye’ Dress – US, and Browns Fashion
Antonio Berardi Milano Stitch Gown – Luisa via Roma

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Bella Heathcote In Roksanda Ilincic – Killing Them Softly’ New York Screening

On Monday evening, Bella Heathcote attended a screening of her latest movie, ‘Killing Them Softly’ in New York City.

The Australian actress wore a dress by the British Fashion Council’s ‘Red Carpet’ designer of the year, Roksanda Ilincic.

Her burgundy wool draped dress with a black trim was styled with a silver Kotur clutch, Ari jewels, J/Hadley green-and-pink sapphire oval drop earrings and a lust-worthy pair of plum Christian Louboutin ‘Indie’ pumps with gold trims and cut-out detailing.

Those of you who have disliked her bangs will be happy to see her sporting a side-parted look.

The dress is season and event appropriate, while the styling is simply impeccable.

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Roksanda Ilincic In Roksanda Ilincic – 2012 British Fashion Awards

Designer Roksanda Ilincic took home the ‘Red Carpet’ award at the 2012 British Fashion Awards held at The Savoy Hotel in London last night.

She wore a beautiful Bordeaux duchess-satin silk dress with black beaded floral embellishments, squared appliqués and wide sleeves, which you can see below was inspired by her Fall 2012 collection.

The designer was very proud to collect this award. She shared that it’s always an exciting moment when a celebrity, such as Lady Gaga or Emma Stone, falls in love with one of her dresses and wears it on the red carpet.

A simple bun and a complementary lip colour completed her look.

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Andrea Riseborough In Roksanda Ilincic – 2012 British Fashion Awards

After many months away from the red carpet, Andrea Riseborough made her second appearance this month at the 2012 British Fashion Awards held at the Savoy Hotel in London last night.

I’m still not used to her raven locks, but she looked beautiful wearing a Roksanda Ilincic Spring 2013 dress.

The vibrant orange dress, guaranteed to brighten up any room, featured contrasting electric-blue cuffs but she opted not to wear the look with the matching collar as seen on the runway.

Andrea styled her look with neutral bi-colour ankle-strap peep-toes, but opted for a bold orange lip colour to match her dress.

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Lena Dunham In Roksanda Ilincic – 2012 Glamour Women of the Year Awards

Lena Dunham, the break-out star from ‘Girls’, joined Selena Gomez on the red carpet for the 2012 Glamour Women of the Year Awards at Carnegie Hall in New York City yesterday evening.

She donned an easy-to-wear Roksanda Ilincic dress with a draped detail around the waist.

It could’ve been easy to pair this blue and white-sleeved dress with anonymous pumps, but she added some pizzazz to her look via her rose-gold Brian Atwood ‘Maniac’ pumps.

Lena was presented with the ‘Voice of a Generation’ award on the night.

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Jessica Chastain In Roksanda Ilincic – ‘If There Is I Haven’t Found It’ Broadway Opening Night

With all the big gowns taking to the red carpet at the 2012 New York City Ballet Fall Gala, Jessica Chastain opted for something less dramatic when she took to the red carpet for the ‘If There Is I Haven’t Found It’ Broadway opening night at Laura Pels Theatre in New York City yesterday evening.

She wore a Roksanda Ilincic pink boat-neck dress with one draped short sleeve and a pleat detail at the front.

Jessica’s chic dress was styled with nude Christian Louboutin ‘Pigalle Plato’ pumps and gold drop earrings.

I love her flawless barely there makeup and her wavy locks.

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