Jaime Winstone puts on a colourful display in an orange floral mini dress as she attends the De La Vali show during London Fashion Week
As an actress, she often lights up the screen ion her various roles.
And Jaime Winstone dazzled once again as she put on a colourful display at the De La Vali show at London’s BFC Show Space on Sunday.
The Donkey Punch star, 34, looked radiant in an orange mini dress adorned with a bright floral pattern as she made the most of London Fashion Week.
Flower power: Jaime Winstone dazzled once again as she put on a colourful display at the De La Vali show at London’s BFC Show Space on Sunday
Jamie’s eye-catching ensemble featured cap sleeves, a scoop neck and a flower print in hues of blue, white and green.
The star teamed her ensemble with a pair of knee-length black cowboy boots and a plethora of jewellery including quirky, monochrome earrings.
The actress styled her blonde tresses into a smart up do’, while she upped the glam with a slick of red lipstick.
The daughter of veteran actor Ray Winstone was in good company at the event, with other attendees including Lady Mary Charteris, Kyle De’Volle and Clara Paget.
You can’t miss her: The Donkey Punch star, 34, looked radiant in an orange mini dress adorned with a bright floral pattern as she made the most of London Fashion Week
London Fashion Week showcases 250 designers on a global stage, promoting brand’s garments to a host of influencers and retailers.
This week LFW will take place between 14 February and 18 February and it is estimated that buyers place more than £100million in orders over the season.
Thousands are set to descend on the bi-annual event, including 2,500 members of the public, to watch presenters from more than 60 brands including Tommy Hilfiger.
Looking good: Jamie’s eye-catching ensemble featured cap sleeves, a scoop neck and a flower print in hues of blue, white and green
Finishing touches: The star teamed her ensemble with a pair of knee-length black cowboy boots and a plethora of jewellery including quirky, monochrome earrings (pictured with Kyle De’Volle)
Tommy Hilfiger is currently in the midst of a world tour and collaboration with Lewis Hamilton so his finely-tuned show will be sure to impress.
London-based designer Yuhan Wang, who was born in China, had to live up to high expectations as she kicked off the week with her first ever solo show.
It has been confirmed that a ‘senior member of the royal family’ will again present a rising designer with the Queen Elizabeth Award for British Design during the last day of the fashion festival.
It has been rumoured that this year the Duchess of Cambridge will present the coveted award in keeping with tradition after the Duchess of Cornwall did the honours last year, according to Vogue.
Joining in: Jaime was in good company at the event as she was also joined by the likes of Lady Mary Charteris
Lady in red: Lady Mary put on a leggy display in a red sparkly mini dress, which she shared with slouchy beige boots
With a growing trend in sustainability, there’s no doubt that the topic will dominate both the runways and headlines in the coming week.
Bethany Williams, who was give Queen Elizabeth II Award last year, has been awarded the Emerging Menswear Designer and said that sustainability is key to her work.
Meanwhile eco-friendly womenswear is expected on the catwalk for British brands including Richard Malone, Mulberry and Vivienne Westwood.
Here come the girls: Lady Mary and Jaime were in good spirits as they joined their pals