The Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom screening at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York bought the stars out in full force. See the best pictures here...
The Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom screening at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York bought the stars out in full force.
Hosted by U2 and Anna Wintour, the glamour stakes were high on the red carpet at the event with most of the men looking sharp in full suits while the women stayed warm in fur. See it all here…
Naomie Harris, who stars as Winnie, the wife of Nelson Mandela – played by Idris Elba – in the film ‘Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom’.
After stunning in a floral Valentino number at the premiere, she opted for a fresher blue cut-out Burberry dress for the filming with Daniele Michetti shoes, and accessorised with Jacob and Co rings and a Rauwolf clutch bag.
Naomie Harris wore her glossy dark hair in loose-barreled curls with gorgeous natural make-up.
Anna Wintour co-hosted the screening of Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom with U2, who performed a song in the film. She opted for a glossy black Burberry Prorsum calf skin coat and is seen on the red carpet with producer Harvey Weinstein.
Zac Posen, the fashion designer, attended the event in a tan double-breasted suit and showed us how winter layering is done in a pastel pink rollneck.
Olivia Palermo looked chic in an evening dress and cream winter coat with a ponyskin collar, while Johannes Huebl looked dapper in a suit and tie, and matching coat.
Olivia Palermo wore natural make-up with dewy skin, subtly eye make-up and a sleek pulled back updo.
Model Jessica Stam went low-key in black jeans, a white shirt and a short cropped jumper.
Jessica Stam wore her blonde bob loose and messy, with barely there make-up.
Iman posed powerfully in a grey skirt and matching coat with a fur collar, and stylish lingerie-inspired slip skirt. She finished off the look with standout red lipstick.
Idris Elba, who plays Nelson in the biopic of Nelson Mandela's life, looked sharp in a grey suit, matching tie and a dove grey shirt while he posed with Anna Wintour who stayed warm in a Burberry Prorsum ponyskin trench coat.
Anna Wintour wore her signature immaculate short bob and natural make-up.
Ambassador Zenani Mandela, Nelson's daughter, looked stylish on the red carpet in a black coat with a fur collar detailing.
Model Julie Henderson braved the winter chill in a sleeveless grey coat and leather trousers, with classic red carpet make-up; subtle eyes and gothic red lips.
Justin Chadwick, who directed Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom, and his wife Michelle look glamorous on the red carpet in a sharp grey suit and standout green lace dress.
Actress Sami Gayle wore snake print shorts and a blue leather jacket.
Model Shanina Shaik went all out in a stunning colourful bandeau dress and a glamorous swept-over do.
Elena Foley wore a bold blue satin suit with knee-high boots.
Model Alyssa Miller was out without her boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal at the screening, looking beautiful in an intricately patterned blue-toned dress.
Alyssa Miller wore her brown bob loose and tousled with subtle smokey eye make-up and natural glossy lips.
Teresa Moore nearly topped the glamour stakes in a cut-out black satin dress with black strappy heels and red lips.
Salman Rushdie went for a casual red carpet look in all black with a peek of blue shirt, while his guest brightened things up with a purple jacket.
Model Anne V stole the show in a red fitted dress with a black waist belt and black shoes.
Anne V wore her beachy blonde locks in perfect curls with a natural centre-parting, and natural make-up and mascara.
Director Justin Chadwick looked like he couldn't stop smiling at the star-studded event.
Actress Melonie Diaz stood out in a bold monochrome dress with black accessories.
Alysia Reiner went for a risque outfit in a leather pencil skirt, black courts and a sheer lace top with a black bra. She wore her curled hair loose with a slick of red lipstick.
Condola Rashad wore a patterned skirt with a black tee and a statement beaded necklace.
Nina Griscom stayed cosy in a cream fur coat while her guest looked smart in a grey suit.
Carrie Preston and Michael Emerson both opted for complimentary dark toned outfits, with Carrie in a patterned bodycon dress and husband Michael in a warm burgundy coat with striped cardigan underneath.
Deborah Norville and Karl Wellner stayed warm in monochrome.