Gemma Arterton In Delpozo – BAFTA Breakthrough Brits Reception

Gemma Arterton In Delpozo - BAFTA Breakthrough Brits Reception

Pretty in pink is an overused phrase, but it very much applied to Gemma Arterton in Delpozo’s Spring 2019 dress, worn to the BAFTA Breakthrough Brits reception this evening (November 7) in London.

The British actress looked ethereal and feminine with the halter-cold-shoulder construction showcasing Josep Font’s commitment creativity, even when he’s aiming for simplicity.

For added romance and billowing movement, the nipped-in waist and modest length of the skirt kept the look effortlessly flattering.

Some may not agree, but I don’t think that her black Jimmy Choo ‘Laurie’ sandals upset the romantic mood.

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2018 Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards

2018 Harper’s Bazaar Women of the Year Awards 4 copy

Here is a roundup from the 2018 Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards held at Claridge’s Hotel on Tuesday (October 30) in London.

Ellie Bamber: Was this a case of third time’s the charm, when this Chanel Pre-Fall 2018 look has already been successfully mastered by Keira Knightley and Tilda Swinton, or three strikes and your out?

Adwoa Aboah: Pop art was a way to rebel against the art establishment, just as Mary Katrantzou’s prints rebel against mundane colour combinations. You may not love the shape of this Spring 2019 dress, but you have to admire the artistry, and the additional green clutch and blue Louboutins Adwoa brought to this look.

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‘Vita & Virginia’ Toronto International Film Festival Premiere

'Vita & Virginia'  Toronto International Film Festival Premiere

Elizabeth Debicki and Gemma Arterton were joined by director Chanya Button for the ‘Vita & Virginia’ premiere during the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival on Tuesday (September) in Canada.

Elizabeth Debicki: The Australian actress graced the red carpet wearing Schiaparelli Fall 2018 Haute Couture white embroidered dress with a cheetah motif of velvet and golden beads which prevented her from looking washed out. I adore the lilac eye makeup with this look, and the fact that she opted out of the gloved sleeves. She is was picture perfect as always. Did you prefer this look over her Armani Prive?

Gemma Arterton: The peek-a-boo design of Christopher Kane meant the mood for Gemma’s look felt very sensual, yet oh-so chic. I love how the Le Silla adds yet more dynamism and complements the buckle details on her dress.

Chanya Button: A strong nautical theme was felt from this Amanda Wakeley shimmering blue and gold dress, yet it didn’t feel costumey.

Schiaparelli Fall 2018 Haute Couture

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Gemma Arterton In Emilia Wickstead – Chris Evans Breakfast Show

Gemma Arterton made a guest appearance on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show at the BBC Studios in London on Friday (July 20), to promote her latest film, ‘The Escape’.

This blue Emilia Wickstead mini dress was probably made for a stroll along Pampelonne beach in Saint Tropez, but this light-weight, airy piece was not wasted on one of the hottest days of the year so far in the capital.

I love the retro vibe and how the belt nips in the waist and creating a fit-and-flare silhouette, but it’s the elegance styling which really makes the look.

Some might not love the length, but look at those legs. They deserve a spotlight all to themselves.

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Gemma Arterton In Galvan – ‘The Escape’ London Special Screening

Gemma Arterton attended a special screening of ‘The Escape’ at The Curzon Bloomsbury on Thursday (July 19) in London.

I was intrigued by this colour-block Galvan Resort 2019 dress as the palette was so varied but the silhouette was so understated; despite the slit.

I guess that’s why Gemma opted to go bold with styling – with the bronze clutch and toffee-hued sandals, when black would’ve been too easy.

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Self-Portrait London Store Opening

Celebrities and influencers flocked to the opening party of the new Self-Portrait London Store, located on Albemarle Street in Mayfair this evening (March 22).

Self-Portrait has always been considered the modern woman’s brand of choice, so designer Han Chong was in great company alongside Gemma Arterton, Gemma Chan and Carey Mulligan.

Gemma Arterton: The British actress was wearing the most instantly recognisable Self-Portrait look, as her outfit mixes ladylike texture and directional attitude in equal measure. This asymmetrical navy lace top adds sensuality to the mix with the shoulder-baring cut, while the leg wide trousers amps up the chic appeal. A bag from Emily Ratajkowski’s The Kooples collection completed the look.

Gemma Chan: I was immediately charmed by this Self-Portrait Fall 2018 pleated look, as it boasts a refined elegance that we’ve come to expect from Gemma.

Carey Mulligan: We don’t often see Carey in colour, so this Self-Portrait Fall 2018 look is a moment to really savor. The foundation of this dress in classic, but Hong reimagined this keyhole dress with chic detailing intrinsic of the Self-Portrait brand. The look was complete with a Roksanda bag and beige pumps.

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