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Naomie Harris' Adventurous Summer Style Deserves A Round Of Applause

07/03/2015 07:51 EDT | Updated 07/03/2015 07:59 EDT
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LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 02: Naomie Harris attends the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party at The Serpentine Gallery on July 2, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

British actress Naomie Harris may best be known for being a Bond girl, but when her personal style is involved, she likes to both shake things up and cause a stir.

The "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" actress attended four major events in as many days this week, and hit a fashion home run at each appearance. Harris, who will next star in the boxing drama "Southpaw" with Rachel McAdams and Jake Gyllenhaal, rounded off her string of fantastic outfits with a cotton candy pink and black Christopher Kane dress from the 2015 Pre-Fall collection at the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party in London on Thursday. With the dress' ebony patent leather accent strips, the 38-year-old kept her colour palate simple with black matte nails, a geometric onyx Rauwolf clutch and raven-hued Giuseppe Zanotti sandals, resulting in a sublime and perfectly Kensington Gardens-chic look.





But the BAFTA Rising Star award nominee took an even bigger fashion risk at London's Opera Gallery 10th Anniversary Party on Wednesday night. This time around, she wore a multi-coloured, tropical and quilted Burberry Prorsum cocktail dress with silver metallic Sophia Webster loafers and a matching Jimmy Choo clutch.



Demure but always fun-loving, Harris also showed off her playful side with an Instagram snap from inside the soiree, where she shared a cheers with some pals in front of a raucous motel bash photograph.



#operaGallery #GQ fun times with @gregwilliamsphotography @octaviacoates @petrok @nolasinger

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Proving she can rock an outfit for any occasion, Harris also wore two very different show-stopping gowns earlier in the week. The "Spectre" star shut it down in a floor-length black Mugler gown with orange details at the NSPCC Neo-Romantic Art Gala in London on Tuesday, and her ensemble also earned her a spot on W Magazine's Best Dressed list. Just a day earlier, Harris kicked off her style streak at the inaugural Walkabout Foundation Gala with a bright and light strapless Tory Burch column gown in robin's egg blue, with a red, white and pink paintbrush strip at the knee.





Stunning and statuesque, Harris is not only a talented name to watch in the film world, but also an adventurous and sleek style star who always keeps us guessing.




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