‘Downton Abbey’ World Premiere

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The ‘Downton Abbey’ cast dug out their finery for the worldwide premiere of the film adaptation on Monday (September 10) in London, ahead of its release in cinemas on 13 September.

Michelle Dockery:   Lady Mary looked very elegant wearing a Galvan Fall 2019 gold gown which despite all its shimmering excellence, felt very simple and effortless.

Laura Carmichael: For a world premiere Lady Edith didn’t quite live up to the occasion in this Monse Resort 2020 gown.  It’s a beautiful piece, but didn’t feel grand enough for the occasion in my opinion, especially for one of the leading actress’.

Galvan Fall 2019
Monse Resort 2020

Elizabeth McGovern:  Now this is how you work the red carpet at a world premiere.  Cora, Countess of Grantham shut down this red carpet in her Zac Posen hot pink gown.  Everything about this said “world premiere” from the glamorous gown, to her complementary David Morris jewels..

Sophie McShera:  Our favourite kitchen cook Daisy Mason sure does scrub up well.  The actress, who I was shocked to discover is 34-years-old, looked very elegant in her Safiyaa Fall 2019 gown.   I adore the way this gown fits like a glove and how the ruffled details adds to the glamour. This was easily my favourite of the night.

Safiyaa Fall 2019

Tuppence Middleton: The British actress who plays Lucy in the new film, stood out in a black tiered gown from COPURS by Derya Copur, styled with Jessica McCormack jewels.

Kate Phillips:  At first I thought the actress, who plays Princess Mary in the movie, was wearing a look from The Vampire’s Wife, but her starry print dress is actually from Mary Katrantzou.

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