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The actress always nails red carpet style. Swoon over her best looks here...
Helen Mirren chose a gorgeous, embroidered, floral frock to present her ‘Red’ co-star Morgan Freeman with a Career Achievement Award at the annual Movies For Grown-Ups Awards. While presenting the award, the actress took the opportunity to plant a kiss on the actors lips as congratulations. The two are currently filming a big screen adaptation of the Nutcracker due to be released at the end of the year.
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Helen’s outfit choices have inspired us many a time. The 71 year-old is not afraid to be daring with her style, but she is skilled at knowing what suits her. From full-skirted dresses to suits (but always with an emphasis on her teeny waist), she truly is one of our biggest fashion inspirations. Click through to see her most stylish moments…
Helen is bang on trend for spring as yellow is set to become the ?it? colour of the season. This ensemble has a vintage glamour feel to it, with the faux fur stole and leather gloves. We love this effortlessly elegant look from Helen - perfect for a night out!
Helen Mirren wowed on the red carpet last night, while promoting her new film Collateral Beauty, at the London premiere. Matching the carpet on which she was walking, Helen opted for a stunning red dress, complete with lace detailing from designer Jacques Azagury. Proving she doesn't adhere to the typical style rules she paired her dress with some rocky black boots.
Helen has been on the campaign trail of her latest film for the last week, showing off a host of fabulous outfit choices. One of our favourites is this blue lace number, she wore for the New York premiere. Making a clear statement, Helen paired her dress with a pale blue faux fur jacket complete with a 'say no to fur' pin badge.
She's arguably one of the most famous actresses in the world, but Helen Mirren still occasionally shuns all of the designers that are no doubt clamouring to dress her, and opts for the great British high street instead.
At the 43rd annual Chaplin Award Gala, Helen stole the limelight on the red carpet in a dress by fashion favourite LK Bennett. The Occa dress was from their spring/summer 2015 collection but is sadly no longer available.
For the Hail, Caeser! photocall in Hollywood last night, Helen Mirren opted for a chic tailored dress and contrasting grey cardigan, completing the minimal look with pared down make up. Even in grey she looks great!
Magpie alert! On the Screen Actors Guild Awards red carpet, Helen stood out in a dazzling floor-length dress designed by Jenny Packham.
At the School of Rock Broadway premiere in New York, Helen ditched her usual frocks for a laidback, grungy look inspired by the show.
The actress looked elegant at last night's Woman In Gold cocktail reception in New York, wearing a long sleeved floral daisy dress, nude tights and the same orange heels worn at the Gotham Independent Film Awards.
At last night's Gotham Independent Film Awards, the ever-beautiful Helen recycled the Dolce & Gabbana dress that she wore earlier this year. The actress edged out her look by contrasting the bright playful print with a black boxy clutch and tangerine heels.
week, she proved that once more in a tweed peplum dress that she
sported on the front row for Badgley Mischka's show at New York Fashion
Week SS16. The stylish number nipped in at the waist, and was made all
the more chic with her choice of accessories; a snakeskin-effect bag and
a pair of strappy shoes.
The fearless fashion icon pulled off one of her best looks yet at the star-studded 45th Giffoni Film Festival in Italy. Cut from colourful organza and adorned with children's drawings, her Dolce & Gabbana ensemble was equal parts elegant and playful.
Last month, Dame Helen Mirren stepped out in yet another dazzling dress as she graced the red carpet of the Tony awards in New York. With a plunging neck line, studded with eye-catching jewels, she was a vision of elegance in this cascading white gown which she teamed with a swipe of red lipstick.
The 69 year-old style icon beat stiff competition from fellow Brits Carey Mulligan and Ruth Wilson, as well as Elisabeth Moss and Geneva Carr, to take home the gong for best performance by a leading actress in a play. Her first ever Tony Award, congratulations Helen!
On receiving the award for her role as the Queen in The Audience, Dame Helen proclaimed "Your Majesty, you did it again."
Dame Helen Mirren stunned at the New York premiere of Woman In Gold earlier this year. With a sheer neck line, studded with eye-catching jewels, she was a vision of elegance in this black number which she wore with black stilettos.
In the film, Mirren, who has an Oscar, four Baftas and four Emmys, plays Jewish holocaust survivor Maria Altmann. The motion picture is based on a real life story and Mirren, now 69, stars alongside Ryan Reynolds and Katie Holmes.
Not many people can say they've been to a star-studded a night especially in their honour, but if anyone deserves it, it's the wonderful Helen Mirren! She attended the Roundabout Theatre Company's 2015 Spring Gala at the Waldorf Astoria, titled 'There Is Nothing Like A Dame'.
Helen didn't make an appearance on the BAFTAs red carpet this year - instead, she waited to wow us at the premiere of her new film, Woman In Gold, at the 65th Berlin International Film Festival Berlinale. Attending the event with co-star Ryan Reynolds, the 69 year-old showcased her stunning figure in a green lace Dolce & Gabbana dress with sleeves and fishtail silhouette.
Last night as the stars arrived for the Moet British Independent Film Awards at the Old Billingsgate Market in London, it was Helen Mirren who stole the limelight.
The national treasure ,who turns 70 next year, proved age is nothing but a number as she slipped into an elegant off-the-shoulder black lace dress, paired with a sparkly clutch, statement earrings and a swipe of classic red lipstick.
The Oscar-winning actress who recently became Brand Ambassador for L'Oréal Paris' Age Perfect Skincare and Excellence hair colour collection, revealed a youthful lit-from-within glow and immaculate make-up, which perfectly complemented her new perky blonde bob.
The queen of BAFTA night, Helen Mirren received her coveted BAFTA
Fellowship award in a sweeping navy Jacques Azagury semi-sheer gown. The
delicate beaded bodice embellishment lit up for the cameras - and so
did Helen's magnificent Asprey chandelier earrings.
The ultimate honour in the acting world is to be awarded for your years of talented performances and w&h friend and cover star Helen Mirren can look forward to that accolade at the forthcoming BAFTA Film Awards next month, it has been announced. Dame Helen will receive the BAFTA Fellowship on February 16 as recognition of her 'exceptional' contribution to film and television.
Joining a long list of iconic silver screen greats, previous winners of the coveted Fellowship include everyone from Charlie Chaplin and Elizabeth Taylor to Judi Dench and Martin Scorsese. But it's no surprise to see Helen invited to join such an outstanding list. With four BAFTA wins and a further seven nominations, Helen has also scooped no less than one Academy Award, three Golden Globes and four Emmys.
To celebrate Helen's fabulous news, we've brought you her highlights from the red carpet; it's not just her performances she's famed for - her style choices consistently hit the high notes too!