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Rachel Weisz: Newlywed and New Face of Bulgari’s Jasmin Noir

British actress Rachel Weisz has been grabbing a lot of headlines lately. She just got married to James Bond aka Daniel Craig and in another sweet move, Rachel was announced as the face of Bulgari's Jasmin Noir scent campaign, debuting in August. Since this Oscar-winner has quite a bit going on currently, we thought it was the perfect time to take a look back at her style.

Rachel Weisz The Times BFI London Film Festival The Brothers Bloom October 2008Rachel Weisz Cartier 100th Anniversary in America Celebration New York City April 2009

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The collar on this RM by Roland Mouret Resort 2009 dress was designed to be manipulated, so Rachel went the one-shoulder route in October 2008 at the BFI London Film Festival's screening of The Brothers Bloom. She added in a fetching pair of Prada pumps and a Solange Azagury-Partridge cocktail ring. Black and slightly off-white served as the color scheme on this geometric Prabal Gurung Fall 2009 number Rachel wore in April 2009 to Cartier's 100th Anniversary in America Celebration. A black patent belt, Alexander Wang heels, Chanel clutch and as expected, Cartier jewels, all successfully served as accessories.

Rachel Weisz 2009 Cannes International Film Festival Day 5 Agora photocall May 2009Rachel Weisz 2009 Cannes International Film Festival Day 5 premiere Agora May 2009

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Rachel’s Cannes Film Festival experience in May 2009 consisted of almost nonstop promotion for her film, Agora. During the requisite photocall, the star looked stellar in an olive Christian Dior frock, gold Cartier bracelets and nude Christian Louboutins. She proceeded to wow later that evening at the festival’s Agora showing in a strapless Valentino gown. The ombre green masterpiece came from the label’s Fall 2009 collection and was partnered with more Cartier jewelry along with satin d’Orsay heels by Louboutin.

Rachel Weisz leaving the Donmar Warehouse Theatre after a performance A Streetcar Named Desire London Oct 2009Rachel Weisz LA Premiere The Lovely Bones Dec 2009

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After an October 2009 performance of A Streetcar Named Desire at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre in London, Rachel sported a blush patterned scarf and leather jacket over a striped top while carting a black umbrella. She was back in Valentino for the December 2009 Los Angeles premiere of The Lovely Bones in a silver blue selection, expertly combined with a Judith Leiber clutch, Tiffany & Co. jewels and silver Roger Vivier platforms.

Rachel Weisz The South Bank show awards London Jan 2010Rachel Weisz The Costume Institute Gala Benefit to celebrate the opening American Woman Fashioning a National Identity exhibition New York City May 2010

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Jason Wu’s black silk creation had an electric blue satin accent belt which made the dress pop at the South Bank Show Awards in January of last year. When it came time for the 2010 Met Gala, the actress opted to go custom with a bright fuchsia silk faille strapless Oscar de la Renta gown which had a draped bodice. Her Roger Vivier Boite de Nuit clutch, Fred Leighton gems and Private platform sandals from Jimmy Choo’s 24:7 collection all worked seamlessly to complete the look.

Rachel Weisz 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards New York City June 2010Rachel Weisz The 35th Toronto International Film Festival Black Swan premiere Sept 2010

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It was Jason Wu once again for the 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards in New York in June 2010. This violet daffodil print dress came from the designer's Resort 2011 line and was strategically partnered with Louboutins. Another Resort 2011 selection, only this time courtesy of Oscar de la Renta, was Rachel’s choice for the Black Swan premiere a few months later at the 2010 Toronto Film Festival. The white silk dress featured heavy sequin embroidery which wasn’t overshadowed by her Cartier jewels, Stella McCartney heels and Roger Vivier’s Night Tube clutch.

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