BFI Film Festival Finale

BATD ON Oct 29, 2010 AT 5:25 pm

London Film Festival

Julianne Moore and Helena Bonham Carter

Last night was the Finale of the London Film Festival, so we thought we’d recap some of the fashion highlights over the last week.

Last Thursday (21.10.10) the always theatrical Helena Bonham Carter hit the premiere of The King’s Speech at Leicester Square.  The actress looked glamorous in a corseted Vivienne Westwood dress with a red tartan top and black puff-ball skirt.  Her look was completed with a quirky Lulu Guinness purse, long black drop earrings and her usual messy up-do.

Friday (22.10.10), Mila Kunis kept all eyes on her as she attended the highly anticipated premiere of Black Swan.  Fittingly, she wore a black floor-length chiffon D & G gown with beaded detail on the hip.  Her locks were tousled and extra shiny.  For her makeup, Mila decided to go for a sexier look with smoky eyes and a nude lip.  She completed her look with jewellery by Van Kleef & Arpels.

London Film Festival

Mila Kunis and James Franco

Monday (25.10.10), Julianne Moore attended the premiere of her movie The Kids Are Alright.  The actress wore an bold two-toned, asymmetric Lavin Spring 2011 dress, which we weren’t too crazy about.  The blue of the dress did, however, perfectly accentuate her auburn hair in our opinion.  She completed her look with black chunky heels, a black clutch, jewellery by Bulgari and pink lipstick.

Finally, the always handsome James Franco closed the Film Festival last night (21.10.10) with his biopic 127 Hours.  The actor (who will soon be promoting his next biopic Howl) looked good in a black Gucci two button notch lapel suit.

We enjoyed keeping up with the Film Festivals Fashions and are going to miss the slew of celebs the festival brought us.  Oh well, guess we’ll be waiting for next year.

To see the Film Festiva’s Opening Night click here, and to see our other festival fashion roundup click here.

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