This photo from ’95 shows a young Thandie Newton already flexing what will become her style signature: statement dress, simple accessories.
A long Greek-style gown gets the classic Newton treatment: simple lip color and no accessories.
Once again, Newton shows off a penchant for minimal accessories, solid colors and simple shoes.
This structured gown has come to epitomize Newton’s red carpet style.
Newton glitters – literally – on the red carpet in this knee length gold shift.
As Newton clearly demonstrates, the graphic print and oversized bow only need a bold lip color – and nothing else.
We love the nude lip and hint of crystals on the decollatage – the only accessory Newton uses to complement this stunning embellished sheath.
Thandie presents her take on the long formal dress: a long jacket worn over a mini. The overall effect is sexy and chic, like the lady who wears it.
Newton shows off the red carpet, she gets a bit more complicated with her wardrobe: adding layers and a classic Chanel 2.5 quilted handbag.
A jeweled belt adds shape and sparkle to a Newton style staple: the multi-colored dress.
Here too, Newton opts to play up her dress – and her bold beauty statement – by opting for no accessories and nude colored shoes.
Newton lets the dress stand out by choosing an accessory in one of her favorite tones: gold. The color blends in with her skin and doesn’t compete with this multi-colored cocktail number.
True to form, Newton keeps things simple with minimal jewelry and a simple clutch to balance the jeweled details on the dress.
The asymmetrical neckline on this knee-length number elevates a simple dress to stylish proportions.
This recent look from the premiere of Newton’s latest film shows that this “For Colored Girls” star has stayed true to her style roots for over a decade keeping things simple, chic and classic.