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Nicole Kidman looks sharp in white suit

Published 25/03/2013

Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman dressed in a sharp white Nina Ricci suit as she introduced the new global advertising campaign for Omega luxury watches on Sunday.

The actress wore the flawless two-piece to speak at the Omega press junket in the BAWAG PSK Zentrale venue in Vienna.

The 45-year-old added a pair of ladylike black and cream spiked Nicholas Kirkwood heels to complete her look for the promotional appearance.

The stunning star wore her famous red coloured mane styled into a chic straight bob.

She confidently opted for bare legs with her ensemble. Nicole's role was to introduce the global advertising campaign for the new Omega collection.

Nicole also attended another event for the luxury watch manufacturers over the weekend.

On Saturday evening the face of the brand was the guest of honour at the La Nuit Enchantée event held to launch the latest Omega Ladymatic line.

The Stoker actress looked beautiful in an Oscar de la Renta dress and a Roger Vivier clutch along with an Omega watch and jewels.

The daring sheer floor length gown gave the illusion Nicole was nude underneath, luckily it contained black embellished detailing to cover up her modesty.

Her hair was worn down in a long wavy bob and she added to the glamour with a slick of red lipstick.

The multi-media campaign for the new Ladymatic collection will star Nicole. The Australian has been the “face of Ladymatic” since its international debut in 2010.

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