Topping off three days of inspirational fashion choices Drew channelled a Sixties boho look at the LA premiere of Grey Gardens on Thursday
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For an appearance on the David Letterman chat show the previous day, the 34-year-old went super sexy in a black figure-hugging designer number
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While on Tuesday the actress took inspiration from the glamour of the roaring Twenties
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Timeless beauty for style chameleon Drew Barrymore

17 APRIL 2009
The undisputed queen of style this week had to be Drew Barrymore. The 50 First Dates actress made headlines in not one, not two, but three fabulous outfits while on the promotional trail with her latest film, Grey Garden.

Thursday evening's sartorial selection topped off three consecutive days of statement gowns worn by the star. And for her latest look, Drew channelled the Sixties boho trend in a white halterneck gown with a dramatic beaded neckline from Singapore-born, Paris-based designer Andrew Gn.

Further reflecting the decade with voluminous bouffant hair in loose, wavy curls, smokey eye makeup and pale pink lips, the 34-year-old actress/producer made quite a statement on the red carpet for the LA premiere of the film.

Rewind 24 hours and Drew was working a super-sexy look in an off-the-shoulder Giambattista Valli number. Vibrant red lippy and a chic braided bun perfectly complemented the dress' dramatic puffy sleeves and, judging by the smile on her face, the actress felt a million dollars as she posed outside the David Letterman show.

It was the flapper-inspired glamour Drew showcased on Tuesday that caught the attention of fashion watchers everywhere, though. From the marcel waves in her newly-blonde crop adorned by a netted flower hair piece, to the nude Alberta Ferretti gown complementing her porcelain skin, the blonde beauty epitomised the elegance and glamour of the Twenties.

Joining Jessica Lange and Jeanne Tripplehorn in the cast of Grey Gardens, Drew stars as eccentric Little Edie Beale in the true riches-to-rags story of a mother and daughter who were relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

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