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Amber Le Bon channels Twenties glamour at 'Great Gatsby' special screening

16 MAY 2013

Amber Le Bon made a sizzling appearance at a special screening of The Great Gatsby on Wednesday.

The daughter of Duran Duran singer Simon Le Bon looked every inch the part, channelling Twenties glamour in a crocheted dress by Roberto Cavalli.

Amber, 23, took the time to pose for the cameras, showing off her curvaceous figure and toned stomach on the black carpet at Cine World in Haymarket, which was transformed especially for the evening.

 

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New couple Thom Evans and Jessica Lowndes were among the stars to be served Twenties drinks in decadent glasses in tribute to the F. Scott Fitzgerald novel.

Jessica, 24, showed off her toned and tanned figure in a fitted 1920s-inspired black dress, with sequin-embellished side panels. Her handsome rugly player beau, meanwhile, opted for a double breasted Prince of Wales check suit by Bespoke HQ. His dapper look was completed with a quirky patterned bow tie, shirt and shoes all by his current favourite brand Bespoke HQ. 

This was another of the first appearances that the loved-up pair have made since making their relationship public by posting photos from their trip to Californian music festival Coachella together.

 


Daisy Lowe was another of the dazzling ladies, looking stunning in a cream dress cut to above the knee with Twenties-style pleats and her hair swept into a loose ponytail over one shoulder.

A host of celebrities channelled Twenties glamour – including mum and daughter duo Jo and Leah Wood, Bradley Cooper's model girlfriend Suki Waterhouse and John Cleese – who all headed to central London for the sparkling occasion.

The dazzling event held by Tiffany & Co. – who provided the jewels for The Great Gatsby – took place the same night as the film's much-anticipated premiere at Cannes.

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