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Saturday 20 September 2014

Bond girl Berenice Marlohe sizzles at Skyfall premiere

Berenice Marlohe
Daniel Craig and Berenice Marlohe arriving for the Royal World Premeire of Skyfall at the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Daniel Craig, Berenice Marlohe

Bérénice Marlohe stunned at the premiere of new James Bond movie Skyfall in the UK yesterday.

The Bond girl turned heads at London's Royal Albert Hall in a strapless, red Vivienne Westwood gown, which she accessorised with Stephen Webster jewellery.

The ruched material accentuated the gorgeous actress' curves perfectly, with the figure-hugging bodice adding shape.

Bérénice wore her hair in a loose up-do, and emphasised her eyes with dramatic smokey make-up.

Not content with one dazzling outfit, the 33-year-old decided to change into another show-stopping number for the after-party, which was held at the Tate Modern gallery.

The pretty star chose black for the latter part of the evening, opting for a dress with intricate floral detail around the top.

The knee-length frock was given sex appeal thanks to the sheer fabric on the upper half, which offered a glimpse of skin.

Bérénice was joined by fellow Bond girl Naomie Harris, who looked beautiful in a sheer black Marios Schwab dress, with a blue bodice that added a hint of colour.

Naomie also decided the change of venue required a new dress and slipped into a gorgeous monochrome number for the after-party.

The movie's star Daniel Craig looked every inch the handsome spy, in a sophisticated Tom Ford suit.

The current James Bond was joined by wife Rachel Weisz, who looked stunning in an elegant Chanel Haute Couture gown.

Other stars on the red carpet included Dame Judi Dench and Javier Bardem.

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