Elizabeth Olsen headed to London to promote "Martha Marcy May Marlene" and attended the red carpet premiere tonight during the 55th BFI London Film Festival where it was held at the Vue West End.
Elizabeth wore a pink beaded embroidered top and tulle skirt from the Spring/Summer 2011 Haute Couture collection by Chanel. She accessorized with a black & white diamond "Camelia Nervure" ring and the "Premiere" pave all diamond watch from Chanel Fine Jewelry.
Elizabeth Olsen arrived at the screening for her new movie "Martha Marcy May Marlene" tonight during the 2011 Mill Valley Film Festival in San Rafael, California. Elizabeth arrived on the red carpet at the Christopher B. Smith Rafael Film Center wearing a top and skirt from the Fall/Winter 2011 collection by Preen.
Elizabeth's look didn't quite make the runway but the layered necklace at the collar of her top was featured in variations on a few other looks. I'm not sure how I feel about the top pairing with it, but I really like her pleated paisley "Funnel" skirt. The panels are a mixture of prints and fabric, half is silk-georgette while the other is sateen.
Elizabeth Olsen attended the 49th annual New York Film Festival presentation of "Martha Marcy May Marlene" tonight which was held at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center.
The 22-year-old actress wore a stunning Alexander McQueen high neck black dress featuring tiered pleated ruffles at the neck and bottom of the dress with sheer insets. The swapping of the black leather belt on the model in favor of the gold was a brilliant choice as it went well with the detail of her Punk Skull clutch and shoes.
Speaking of the shoes -- I'm a tad obsessed with the suede peep-toe platform with a fin shaped wedge heel and straps filled with gold and onyx jewel embellishments. They're so cool it's ridiculous, and they transition from red carpet to street wear easily.
Sarah Paulson was obviously going for a comfortable fun look tonight at the TIFF premiere of "Martha Marcy May Marlene" premiere when the actress arrived on the red carpet in a vibrant purple Marc Jacobs organza dress.
The beauty of wearing this dress that has many folds in the crinkle design is that it already has a "wrinkled look" and you can feel pretty confident in front of the cameras that you don't have any faux pas going on. I love the young feel Sarah brought to the party dress with her rose gold hoop earrings, casual hair, light make-up and her satin "Marcela" pumps by Brian Atwood.