Keira Knightley at A Dangerous Method London premiere
Roksanda Ilincic is making a quick jaunt over the pond for a visit at The Room at The Bay in Toronto today, and we couldn’t be more excited to meet her. Worn by the likes of Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Gwyneth Paltrow and Michelle Obama, the London-based designer is known for red carpet-ready dresses that are feminine, colourful and whimsical.
But don’t just take our word for it. Check out Roksanda Ilincic’s top 5 celebrity red carpet moments to date, including Ginnifer Goodwin in a to-die-for pink frock at the 2012 People’s Choice Awards and Keira Knightley in that unforgettable black and white number at the London premiere of A Dangerous Method in 2011.
Amy Adams at Trouble With The Curve premiere
Ginnifer Goodwin at 2012 People’s Choice Awards
Bérénice Marlohe at Skyfall Istanbul Photocall
Emma Stone at The Amazing Spider-Man Madrid Photocall
Images via 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
The Mister and I caught Skyfall today and have been dissecting and analyzing the film nonstop ever since. In fact, he made a special request that I blog about the fashion in this latest film in the James Bond series, so I am – not that I needed much encouragement. While Daniel Craig (in a Tom Ford tuxedo or, erm, shirtless) was quite easy on the eyes, Bérénice Marlohe, as Bond girl Severine, graced the silver screen in the most stunning look of the movie.
Skyfall costume designer Jany Temime took 6 months to create the black gown Severine is wearing when she and Bond first meet. Over 60,000 Swarovski Elements crystals were sewn into the mesh panels of the gorgeous tattoo-detailed dress by hand. Severine’s accompanying two-tone nail design was developed by Temime with makeup artist Naomi Donne and OPI, and features a deep burgandy colour aptly named ‘Skyfall’ on top and gold on the inside.
The resulting look is dark, sexy, and nothing short of fabulous. In other words, perfectly suited to a Bond lady.
Images via The Washington Post