Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Amanda Seyfried Stuns in Vanity Fair

Appearing in one the most highly anticipated movies of the year, Amanda Seyfried takes her promotional duties for Les Misérables to the pages of Vanity Fair UK for December 2012. The striking Red Riding Hood star lends her charm and grace to the mag, styled in some of Fall's most outstanding couture gowns.

Amanda is pictured in a garden dream scene wearing a shell pink sequined gown, whimsically scattered with fuzzy pom poms, which is by Chanel Couture.

Amanda wears an intricate crystal embedded blouse and fawn woolen skirt by Givenchy Couture, which was initially modeled by Liya Kebede with a fur cape coat. I would personally have liked to see this look in colour.

Romantic in a flushed pink embellished evening gown with draped bodice, by Armani Privé.

Amanda displays the dynamic appeal of this black ruffle and crystal beaded tulle cape by Armani Privé. Her diamond drop earrings are by Adler.

Amanda looks regal in an autumnal shaded silk chiffon Valentino gown, which is beautifully veiled by floral lace.

Adding an air of swanky sophistication to the photo shoot, Amanda is styled in a sheer organza blouse, shrouded by a floccus of white feathers. Her Chanel Couture ensemble is complete with a pair of high waisted wool trousers and wide belt.  

Finely beaded metallics meet to create a linear herringbone design in this exquisite Nicholas Oakwell long-sleeved gown with defining silver belt.

Amanda preciously holds on to one of the most sensational pieces from Elie Saab's Fall Couture 2012 collection - a black tulle and lace evening gown decadently beaded with sequins and pearls. I wish we got to see more of it in this editorial.

No Couture shoot would be complete without a splash of Dior. Amanda gracefully portrays the creativity of Raf Simons in a lavishly embroidered rosé pink and royal blue tulle organza strapless gown, nipped in the waist by gold metallic belt.

Vanity Fair has ended the fashion year with an exceptionally styled editorial, don't you think?

*All images found via vanityfair.com


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