007 Premier – Fashion & Gossip !

007 Fashion, James Bond Style



Dressing up for a star studded film premier , mounts the pressure on anyone – Even if you’re a Duchess .

But going head to head with three Bond girls on the red carpet, for the world premier of James Bond Spectre, you could really say is a  Mission Impossible, in terms of glamour!!

Kate Middleton

But Kate Middleton proved she was not shaken or stirred , when she arrived at The Royal Albert Hall last night for the world premier, wearing a stunning bespoke pale lue silk chiffon evening gown designed especially for her, by Jenny Packham.

This stunning gown featured a wrap over front detail , which was layered over a blue slip but it was completely sheer at the back which we think meant that Kate had to go bra-less? Do you agree?

She then teamed her dress with sparkly princess style heeled shoes, and she wore her brown locks tied up at the back which highlighted sparkling drop earrings.

Kate really is a true princess, and she gets our Best Dressed Award for last night and she certainly gave the glamorous Bond gals, a run for their money.

Miss Moneypenny actress Naomie Harris looked amazing, wearing a strapless orange Stella McCarntey dress, worn with a single strand of diamonds.  Naomie once said she thought she was too flat chested to have a part in a Bond movie! But last night she this comment wrong, in her cleavage enhancing dress.

Naomie Harris

Italian “bond girl” Monica Bellucci , who plays Lucia Sciarra, looked breathtaking wearing a beautiful emerald green velvet dress, which had a sexy thigh high split.

Monica Bellucci & Lea Seydoux
Monica Bellucci & Lea Seydoux

Monica said that appearing in the movie  ‘very emotional’, due to its strong traditions and history.

And finally, the French actress Lea Seydoux , who plays Dr Madeleine Swann, was wearing a shimmering, heavily embellished gold, bespoke Prada Gown , which had backless detail and a contrasting silver waist belt.

She said that her role in the Bond movie “It’s a dream come true

We have some suggestions below to achieve the “Bond Girl” look


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