Alice in Wonderland Film Premiere Fashion
The Alice in Wonderland premiere was one of the most glamorous showbiz events we’ve had all year – making us literally stare in wonder as the actresses filed down the red carpet in a never ending succession of beauty.
Not letting the February rain ruin things, Anne Hathway (the White Queen), Helena Bonham Carter (the Red Queen) and Mia Wasikowsa (Alice) all dressed to the max for the premiere at the Odeon in London’s Leicester Square.
And then Avril Lavigne, who contributed to the film’s soundtrack, stole the show in a floor length black maxi dress – looking every each the singing diva!
First to walk the carpet, (which was green instead of red to match the randomness of the movie), was Devil Wears Prada star Anne Hathaway who grabbed everyone’s attention in a sequinned bronze number.
Despite the sequins, she managed to look sweet and innocent as the split up the side stopped just above her knee – no wonder Anne always plays a goodie!
If you’re aiming for a feminine and girly look, then you can’t beat a maxi dress. While this Teatro Printed Maxi Dress may not have sequins like Anne’s, it is still a great party look:
Helena Bonham Carter played the scary Red Queen, and boy did she look scary! Saying that at least she stood out and layering is a good look for British summer.
A fitted jacket over a white dress looks effortlessy cool. Try this South fashion jacket
With a Teatro Mesh Dress
But for the film’s star Mia Wasikowsa, it had to be a maxi dress!
For full-on glamour, Holly Willougbhy’s flower silk maxi dress is jaw-dropppingly beautiful
Or play it safe like Avril Lavigne in a black maxi
It’s all so Wonder-ful, we hope they do an Alice in Wonderland 2 so we have another chance to dress up for a glamorous premiere.
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5th June 2010
Written by Zoe Griffin