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Nicole Kidman stuns in L'Wren Scott

Published 18/02/2013

Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman wowed in a hot-off-the-catwalk L'Wren Scott dress just hours after it debuted at the designer's London Fashion Week presentation yesterday.

The actress attended a special screening of movie Stoker in London's Curzon Soho venue yesterday, wearing the dress that had appeared as part of L'Wren Scott's Fall/Winter 13 collection just a few hours earlier.

The 45-year-old rocked the straight-off-the-catwalk vibrant blue creation perfectly and glowed from the reflection of the golden stitched detail around the neckline.

As well as having a below-the-knee hemline which is normally difficult to pull off, the design also featured figure enhancing three quarter length sleeves.

The red-haired beauty kept her hair pulled back into an updo style to highlight the golden neck detail and accessorised with a pair of hooped earrings.

Over the weekend a whole host of other stars stepped out in fashion forward creations in the British capital city.

Joining Nicole in the best dressed of the weekend included fashionista Olivia Palermo, who attended Matthew Williamson's London Fashion Week presentation dressed in a striped creation by the designer.

Olivia gushed about British style and fashion during the show, where she praised the design talent that comes from the city.

"You have such amazing designers showing here and British girls are some of the best dressed in the world," Olivia gushed to Grazia Daily.

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