Naomie Harris puts on a stylish display in an embroidered shift dress as she joins slew of stars at Fashion For Relief bash

Naomie Harris looked effortlessly stylish as she joined a slew of stars for Naomi Campbell's glittering Fashion For Relief charity ball on Saturday night.

The actress, 43, looked gorgeous as she strutted into The British Museum in London in a heavily embroidered Mary Katrantzou shift dress.   

Slipping into velvet stilettos, Naomie showcased her incredible pins as she posed on the red carpet. 

Strutting her stuff: Naomie Harris looked effortlessly stylish as she joined a slew of stars for Naomi Campbell's glittering Fashion For Relief charity ball on Saturday night

Strutting her stuff: Naomie Harris looked effortlessly stylish as she joined a slew of stars for Naomi Campbell's glittering Fashion For Relief charity ball on Saturday night

Featuring a high-neck collar, the dress was adorned with intricate stitching, with a collection of stamps, cards and designs woven together to create an eye-catching design. 

Ensuring all eyes were on her lithe limbs, the Bond Girl kept accessories to a minimum with a black and white clutch bag. 

She wore her brunette hair in a sleek, straight side over parting and accentuated her natural beauty with a soft palette of make-up.  

Stunning: The actress, 43, looked gorgeous as she strutted into The British Museum in London in a heavily embroidered shift dress

Stunning: The actress, 43, looked gorgeous as she strutted into The British Museum in London in a heavily embroidered shift dress

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With anyone who's anyone in fashion turning out to support Naomi Campbell's Fashion For Relief charity ball in London last night, standing out was going to be a task.

But one woman who took that very task in her stride was actress Naomie Harris, who looked stunning in a dress by Greek designer Mary Katrantzou. Adopting the more is more approach, the dress, from the designer's SS19 collection, featured fully embroidered and beaded motifs of postage stamps, in a myriad of colours. Cut in a classic shift shape, to a mini length, the dress features a high neck and stepped hem details.

We love a bit of embroidery, particularly when it's in multicoloured rainbow hues and think Naomie has nailed this look, styling it simply with black suede courts.

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Gorgeous: Featuring a high-neck collar, the dress was adorned with intricate stitching, with a collection of stamps, cards and designs woven together to create an eye-catching design

Gorgeous: Featuring a high-neck collar, the dress was adorned with intricate stitching, with a collection of stamps, cards and designs woven together to create an eye-catching design

Fashion For Relief is a personal charity set up by supermodel Naomi, which is dedicated to fighting poverty, sickness and distress. 

The charity- founded in 2005 - has since raised millions with the help of the event and donations from the world's most reputable fashion houses. 

Naomi enlisted more than 60 models, including Erin O’Connor, Stella Maxwell, Paris Brosnan and Leomie Anderson to take part. 

Leggy: Ensuring all eyes were on her lithe limbs, the Bond Girl kept accessories to a minimum with a black and white clutch bag

Leggy: Ensuring all eyes were on her lithe limbs, the Bond Girl kept accessories to a minimum with a black and white clutch bag

Outfits were lent by a whole host of designers including; Dior, Gucci, Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs and Givenchy, while guest enjoyed a lavish dinner and Casamigos Tequila cocktails.  

Naomie's confident red carpet display comes just days after she revealed her  traumatic childhood health battle against scoliosis when she was just 11-years-old.

The actress graces the cover of Shape Magazine's October issue, where she opened up about being diagnosed with scoliosis and how that affected her childhood.

The Skyfall star revealed that the disease worsened in her teens, to the point where she needed a severe operation to place a rod down her spine to correct it.

Radiant: She wore her brunette hair in a sleek, straight side over parting and accentuated her natural beauty with a soft palette of make-up

Radiant: She wore her brunette hair in a sleek, straight side over parting and accentuated her natural beauty with a soft palette of make-up

Catching up: Naomie posed for a photo with Vincountess Emma Weymouth

Catching up: Naomie posed for a photo with Vincountess Emma Weymouth

'Doctors inserted a metal rod down my spine, Harris began. 'I spent a month in the hospital recovering and had to learn how to walk again. It was really traumatic.'  

She added that her diagnosis at such an early age taught her to appreciate and value her health, since she saw other kids suffer far worse fates than her from scoliosis.

'I saw kids in the hospital with scoliosis so advanced that they would never be able to stand properly,' she added. 

'I felt really lucky. Since then, I have always appreciated the gift of a healthy body,' she added, revealing she has taken those lessons to heart even today.

The actress regularly works out and practices meditation, while also abstaining from alcohol and caffeine.

'I don't abuse my body, Health is the greatest thing you can have.' 

Self love: Naomie's confident red carpet display comes just days after she revealed her traumatic childhood health battle against scoliosis when she was just 11-years-old

Self love: Naomie's confident red carpet display comes just days after she revealed her traumatic childhood health battle against scoliosis when she was just 11-years-old

Naomie Harris puts on a stylish display in an embroidered shift dress at Fashion For Relief bash 

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