When your screening is hosted by VOGUE’s Anna Wintour, your look must be on point! And Naomie Harris showed up and showed out for the New York premiere of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom in a lovely Burberry Prorsum dress and accessories.
A photo call in DC finds Harris in a fab frock with pastel plaid patterns covered in floral applique’s. It’s a bit Springy, but we don’t mind that one bit.
Harris has never been the conventional fashion type on the carpet, and her recent New York premiere solidified that when the actress boldly donned a jewel-toned printed, mesh Valentino dress with matching Louboutin pumps and a sleek Jimmy Choo clutch.
From runway to red carpet, Harris takes Oscar de La Renta’s Spring 2014 crochet dress and sports it tastefully at the Hollywood Mandela premiere, along with de La Renta’s dangling sea blue earrings and powder blue sandals.
At The Governor Awards Harris won our vote for best dressed in this bejeweled Burberry splendor that’s purely elegant in the front and a party in the back.
Harris keeps the hot looks rolling out on the red carpet, especially this lovely blue Vionnet silk-tulle number with subtle cut-outs at the Mandela Hollywood premiere. A perfectly sexy nod to old-Hollywood style.
At The Toronto Film Festival, the Brit bombshell was cocktail-chic in a cut-out crystallized Burberry dress (similar to the longer style previously worn) complete with a bronze Smythson envelope clutch and matching Jimmy Choo pumps.
At The Toronto International Film Festival celebration of Mandela, Harris wore the perfect party frock: a tulle Marchesa tea-length dress with Christian Louboutin “Pigalle” pumps.
The Brit beauty glows in Burberry Prorsum while posing at the Guess Portrait Studio during 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
Off the red carpet and back at London Fashion Week’s Spring 2014 presentation, the avid Burberry supporter sat simply pretty front row in this mellow yellow midi dress by the Brit designer with ankle strap sandals
At Calvin Klein’s Spring New York Fashion Week presentation, Naomie Harris arrived clad in the designer’s minimal-chic cropped top and midi skirt.
Photo printed frocks are hot right now and Harris served it in this futuristic, nature-inspired frock by Mary Katrantzou at the Audi International Polo.
Glam was the dress code at Cannes Great Gatsby Premiere, and Harris had all eyes on her in this jaw-dropping liquid metal Calvin Klein stunner.
Calvin Klein looks killer on Naomie Harris, especially this cream midi style at The 66th Cannes Film Festival. The designer’s sleek and simple aesthic works perfectly on her petite frame.
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. And if that means dressing in Italian designers Dolce & Gabbana’s drop dead gorgeous, teal floor-length gown, we support it by all means! We’re certain the actress made fans in Italy proud at this Skyfall premiere.
Harris looked flawless in a frock straight off Lanvin’s Fall 2012 runway during the film’s photocall in Madrid, Spain. If the plunging neckline isn’t enough to get you excited, the dress’ metal neck detail and fierce lion belt should definitely do the job.
In her hometown, the actress sported the designs of a fellow Brit: Marios Schwab. This Spring 2012 look –– a nude dress with net overlay –– was one of Harris’ more demure selections, paired with simple ankle strap platforms from Nicholas Kirkwood.
At the New York City premiere, this “Bond” babe sported another sleek Marios Schwab LBD. This time she opted for a curved yoke style with a high hemline and edgy Camila Skovgaard heels.
Making her rounds to the Royal Albert Hall in London, Harris stays faithful to designer Marios Schwab in yet another one of his creations. This Spring 2012 metallic bodice design with sheer overlay is her most daring red carpet look to date.
Harris went for a heavenly Chanel style and Pierre Hardy heels for the film’s photocall at The Dorchester Hotel in London. This textured knit, billowy sleeved dress was a nice departure from the red carpet gowns.
Harris’ first appearance for Skyfall kicked off this time last year with an understated cream colored midi dress and lace-up sandals at Massimo Restaurant & Oyster Bar in London.