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Hayley Atwell In Mary Katrantzou – ‘Christopher Robin’ London Premiere

Hayley Atwell In Mary Katrantzou - 'Christopher Robin' London Premiere

Hayley Atwell’s Disney inspired look didn’t go down too well at the LA premiere, so I wonder how this contemporary look from the London premiere of ‘Christopher Robin’ on Saturday (August 4) will do down.

This Mary Katrantzou Fall 2018 trompe l’oeil print scene of a window frame accented with drapes was quite a masterpiece, especially when it comes to attention to detail.

I love how it frames her curves in the most sensual way, while still feeling like it’s got an edge thanks to the thick straps.

Styled with Ara Vartanian jewels, and an Edie Parker clutch, I would say I wish her sandals had been gunmetal grey or violet instead of pink, but I love the look nonetheless.

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Hayley Atwell In J. Mendel – ‘Christopher Robin’ World Premiere

Hayley Atwell graced the red carpet for the world premiere of Disney’s ‘Christopher Robin’ at the Walt Disney Studios lot in Burbank, California on Monday (July 30).

I love how her J. Mendel Resort 2019 strapless dress softly follows her gorgeous curves, while adding some magic via the shimmering colourful crayola stripes.

The British actress isn’t afraid to take a few risks on the red carpet, but this look had Disney premiere written all over it.

She complete the romantic vibe by styling her look with stunning Anabela Chan lab-grown green and aquamarine tourmaline earrings and a Kallati citrine ring; plus Rupert Sanderson’s ‘Myril’ gold mirrored platform sandals added a touch more sparkle.

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Hayley Atwell In Sally LaPointe – ‘Howards End’ FYC Event

Hayley Atwell struck a pose at the ‘Howards End’ FYC event on Wednesday (May 23) in Los Angeles, California.

Simply tucking in the flowing top on this Sally LaPointe Pre-Fall 2018 look completely changed the mood as it increased the allure and accented her waist.

It felt more in keeping with her personal style as she normally favors ensembles which have an hourglass shape. Some could have chosen a more fitted T-shirt to slightly reduce the bulk, but the breezy tee is an insouciant contrast to the twinkling skirt and clutch.

The ensemble was especially dramatic against the black backdrop and carpet.

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Hayley Atwell In Sally LaPointe – ‘Howards End’ New York Screening

Hayley Atwell struck an impressive style chord at the screening event of STARZ ‘Howards End’ in New York City on Wednesday (April 4).

This may have been a black dress, but there was nothing basic about this Sally LaPointe Spring 2018 grommet-studded and fringed number.

I’m sure we’re all breathing a sigh of relief that she opted to line it a bit, but it lost no sense of its figure-hugging allure.

Her accessories couldn’t have been better selected to seamlessly accompany the dress, between her classic Jimmy Choo pumps, the slight shine of her Tod’s clutch to bounce off those grommets, and sparkling jewels from Hearts On Fire, Le Vian and Harry Kotlar.

With her glam side-swept waves to finish it out, I loved seeing this elegant-meets-edgy side of the actress. What about you?

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Hayley Atwell In Jenny Packham – British Independent Film Awards 2017

Hayley Atwell attended the British Independent Film Awards on Sunday (December 10) on Old Billingsgate in London.

As a bridal gown, this Jenny Packham dress works.

As a red carpet gown, I have to say it’s possibly one my least favourite looks of the night.

Dated is a word that is used often, but it very much applies in this case.

Factor in the out-of-place black clutch and this look is only gorgeous from the neck up.

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Hayley Atwell In Christian Dior – Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards 2017

Hayley Atwell joined Jodie Foster at the Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards on Thursday (November 2) in London.

Offering up a pretty-in-coral-pink mood, she wore a Christian Dior Resort 2018 frock that had an air of fanciful femininity.

By now, the embroidered Dior straps are nothing new, but I know many will be relieved that the look came without a sighting of the similarly branded knickers.

Balancing out the whimsicality of the feathery motif with an air of sophistication, she styled the look with a Dior clutch, black Manolo Blahnik pumps to echo the ribbon belt, and Stephen Webster jewels.

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