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Friday 31 October 2014

Sarah Jessica Parker sparkles in sequins

Sarah Jessica Parker

Sarah Jessica Parker wowed in a sequinned Marc Jacobs frock at a red carpet event in London last night.

The 48-year-old actress attended the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory press night at the UK capital's Theatre Royal with her Hollywood star husband Matthew Broderick and their son James Wilkie.

Sarah wowed in a gorgeous black and gold sequinned Marc Jacobs dress, which featured a flattering '60s-style scoop neck and three quarter-length sleeves.

The style icon's curve-hugging dress fell to just below her knee and was teamed with simple black pumps so as not to detract from the head-turning frock.

Sarah added her signature quirky style to the outfit and paired the sparkly dress with a yellow, black and grey Fendi bag, which she carried by her side.

She kept her long locks loose and opted for smouldering eye make-up to complete her stunning look.

Her husband Matthew looked dapper in a navy suit, which he paired with a red striped tie - reminiscent of one of Mr Wonka's candy canes.

The couple's young son James looked smart in a white suit, which was paired with a gingham shirt and striped tie.

Fellow Hollywood beauty Uma Thurman was also at the red carpet event. The blonde star decided to opt for something a little more conservative and highlighted her statuesque frame in black skin-tight jeans and an oversized cape.

Uma pulled her tresses back in a low-slung bun, but ramped up the glamour with her sultry make-up and chandelier drop earrings.

The actress teamed the outfit with black heeled sandals, which added an air of elegance to the otherwise casually cool outfit.

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