Poppy Delevingne has been making a name for herself in the acting world recently, but last night she reminded us all of her model credentials as she arrived to the King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword premiere at the Odeon Leicester Square on Wednesday evening.
Poppy looked superb as she posed at the premiere in a billowing turquoise gown
The 31-year-old turned heads as she made her way down the red carpet wearing a billowing, floor-length gown. The vibrant turqouise number featured a rising thigh-high split which showcased her seemingly endless limbs. Shoe-wise, Poppy wore a beautiful pair of silver metallic heels, accessorising her look with a covetable Lockett clutch by Jimmy Choo.
For her beauty look, Poppy enhanced her features with fresh, pared-back make-up. She outlined her blue eyes with black liner and layers of mascara and tinted her lips with a sheer gloss. The British beauty plays the role of Igraine in Guy Ritchie’s much-anticipated film, alongside the likes of Jude Law and David Beckham – who makes a cameo appearance.
On Monday night, Poppy worked another fashion-forward look at the film’s premiere in Los Angeles. She looked incredibly beautiful in a glamourous black gown which clung to her lean and slender frame perfectly. The ensemble, which boasted a plunging neckline and thin spaghetti straps, skimmed the floor and draped across Poppy's her toned figure.
This time, her blonde hair was pulled to one side in loose waves and her pretty complexion was accentuated with a smoky eye look and a plush pink lip. She styled her classic look with a metallic box clutch and a diamond-encrusted necklace.
The model-turned-actress worked another stylish look in LA earlier in the week
Poppy recently appeared alongside her sisters Cara and Chloe in Porter magazine - the siblings’ first ever joint interview. Cara gave an insight into their close bond, explaining: "Oh my God, it's incredible to have these two. I don't know what I would do without them, it would be horrifying. We have been through everything together. They helped bring me up. They taught me my love of music. We used to do dance routines to the Spice Girls, which we still do."
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