Fashion: Bond Girl Bérénice Marlohe’s Many Red Carpet Looks
Bond Girl Bérénice Marlohe
French actress Bérénice Marlohe joins the gorgeous lineup of Bond girls in the James Bond movie “Skyfall”. Bérénice Marlohe plays “Sévérine” in the 23rd James Bond, releasing in the US on November 9th. We here in Europe welcomed James Bond already this week, and I am hoping to see it this weekend in Sweden. But before we see the gorgeous Bérénice Marlohe in the movie, let’s drool for the red carpet and photo call pictures of her.
UPDATE: Read the James Bond Skyfall Movie Review here
Bérénice Marlohe wore a black-and-white tweed cap-sleeve pencil pocket dress by Dolce & Gabbana with classic black suede Sergio Rossi “Chichi” pumps in the James Bond Skyfall event in Dorchester in London.
Photo Credit: Landmark/PR Photos
Bérénice Marlohe wore Vivienne Westwood in the Royal World Premiere of “Skyfall” at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Bérénice Marlohe wore glittering Elie Saab grey long-sleeve full length boat neck dress with a thigh high slit and a matching grey belt on the red carpet at the French premiere of “Skyfall” held at the Cinema UGC Normandie in Paris, France.
And also in France- Bérénice Marlohe was dressed in Alexander McQueen at the “Skyfall” photocall at the George V Hotel in Paris. The black sleeveless top with a feathered trim paired with a pair of white pants with a black stripe on the sides looked gorgeous on the star.
Last but not least, the stunning Bond Girl wore Salvatore Ferragamo fall 2012 military-green coat and Tod’s knee-high boots at the Crosby Street Hotel in New York City, and while this is not your typical red carpet look, it it by far my personal favorite and something easily to be copied.
Which look is your favorite?
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