Alice Eve is the epitome of elegance in a velvet gown at the 24th British Independent Film Awards


Alice Eve is the epitome of elegance in a velvet gown as she graces the red carpet at the 24th British Independent Film Awards


Alice Eve exuded elegance on Sunday night as she arrived for the 24th British Independent Film Awards at Old Billingsgate. 

Glowing in a navy velvet gown, the 39-year-old actress looked nothing short of spectacular as she posed for stunning snaps on the red carpet.

The Before We Go star perfectly teamed the awards attire with pointy black heels and wore her trademark blonde tresses poker straight. 

Stunning: Alice Eve was the epitome of elegance in a velvet gown as she graced the red carpet at the 24th British Independent Film Awards in Old Billingsgate on Sunday

Stunning: Alice Eve was the epitome of elegance in a velvet gown as she graced the red carpet at the 24th British Independent Film Awards in Old Billingsgate on Sunday

Jewellery was on the minimal side, yet she accentuated her classy finery with dainty pearl earrings.

The London-born film star – who has also ventured into the world of television – sported a radiant face of makeup, touched up by nude lipstick. 

The gorgeous ensemble drew attention to her curvaceous figure and she was sure to show off her best angles for the cameras.  

Showstopping: The 39-year-old actress looked nothing short of spectacular as she posed for stunning snaps on the red carpet

Showstopping: The 39-year-old actress looked nothing short of spectacular as she posed for stunning snaps on the red carpet

Sensational: The Before We Go star perfectly teamed the navy gown with pointy black heels

Glowing: She wore her blonde tresses poker straight

Sensational: The Before We Go star perfectly teamed the navy gown with pointy black heels

Wow: The London-born film star - who has also ventured into the world of television - sported a radiant face of makeup, touched up by nude lipstick

Wow: The London-born film star – who has also ventured into the world of television – sported a radiant face of makeup, touched up by nude lipstick

Red carpet glow: The gorgeous ensemble drew attention to her curvaceous figure and she was sure to show off her best angles for the cameras.

Red carpet glow: The gorgeous ensemble drew attention to her curvaceous figure and she was sure to show off her best angles for the cameras.

The awards work to highlight the wealth of talent and diversity within the British film industry, with 2021’s list featuring some of the greatest names in British cinema and its brightest new talent side by side. 

BIFA supports and celebrates the independent film community and promotes British film and talent to the public, both in the UK and internationally.

Alice’s big break came as Charlotte’s braless nanny in the 2010 film Sex And The City 2. She then appeared in a series of Hollywood movies including Men In Black 3 and Star Trek: Into Darkness.   

Prestigious night: The awards work to highlight the wealth of talent and diversity within the British film industry, with 2021¿s list featuring some of the greatest names in British cinema and its brightest new talent side by side

Prestigious night: The awards work to highlight the wealth of talent and diversity within the British film industry, with 2021’s list featuring some of the greatest names in British cinema and its brightest new talent side by side

The actress previously spoke to The Sun about why she has ‘no aversion’ to showing ‘flesh’ and why she hoped Belgravia would be a good form of escapism for audiences. 

Despite wearing very a tight corset and big dresses for Belgravia, she told the publication: ‘I don’t have any ­aversion to flesh or showing it. I think if you’ve got flesh then it should be shown.

‘Besides, you limit yourself if you are against all that because it’s part of the job really. But it can be a bit weird sometimes.’  

In character: Alice played Susan Trenchard in Belgravia which had five million viewers watch the series finale

In character: Alice played Susan Trenchard in Belgravia which had five million viewers watch the series finale 

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