Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 3 September 2014

Sarah Jessica Parker fabulous in flapper dress

Sarah Jessica Parker

Sarah Jessica Parker wowed in a gorgeous metallic fringed dress at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London on Wednesday.

The Hollywood actress attended the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party at Kensington Gardens in the UK capital on Wednesday with husband Matt Broderick.

Sarah stunned in a glamorous tiered dress with beaded fringing in a nod to the roaring '20s. The metallic frock - which fell to just above her knee - also featured a sheer fabric on her décolletage area which attached to a gold embellishment along her bust line.

The stunning star teamed the beautiful outfit with black pumps and a matching chain bag for the occasion, and accessorised with a gorgeously sparkly bracelet and drop earrings.

Sarah kept things simple when it came to her hair, and wore her long tresses straight and in a non-fussy centre parting.

The 48-year-old style icon kept with her signature make-up style of smokey eyes and a nude lip.

Sarah's husband looked dapper in a light grey suit, which he teamed with a checked shirt and patterned blue tie.

Sarah posed up a storm at the event, and stood next to host L'Wren Scott for photos.

The esteemed fashion designer looked stunning in a fabulous floor-length gold frock, which boasted an elegant fishtail hem and adorned with sequins throughout.

Supermodels Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell were also at the event, with Kate keeping things simple in a patterned black maxi dress and matching blazer, while Naomi ramped up the raciness in a mesh minidress.

Georgia May Jagger was also at the fashion soiree with famous dad Sir Mick Jagger, who is currently dating L'Wren.

It was a family affair as Mick's ex-wife Bianca and daughter Jade, were also in attendance at the bash.

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