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Eva Green cuts a sophisticated figure in green velvet skirt with daring thigh high split__got many comments from fans afterwards.

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On a night dedicated to high glamour Eva Green ensured she stood out as she joined guests at the star-studded Bvlgari dinner and party in Rome on Thursday evening.

 

 

The French actress looked stunning in a sophisticated green velvet roll-neck and matching wrap skirt while attending the event at the Italian capital’s Stadio dei Marmi.

A rather daring thigh-high split revealed one nicely toned leg as Eva posed for photos before making her way inside. Eva added to her look with strappy black heels, while a statement emerald necklace proved to be a stunning focal point.

Giving her look a splash of vibrancy, the actress rounded things off with a liberal layer of bright red lipstick.

The actress joined an illustrious guest list on Thursday evening, with models Bella Hadid and Lily Aldridge both making appearances at the event. Eva’s appearance comes after she claimed Harvey Weinsein sexually harassed her during a meeting at his suite in Paris.

The former Bond Girl managed to escape however after being summoned to the movie mogul’s hotel room, her mother Marlene Jobert said in a radio interview in October 2017.

‘He operated with her the exact same way he acted with all the others, under the pretext of a professional meeting, of a script that had to get to her with a nice part into the bargain,’ said Jobert.

‘Since his office was also in his hotel suite, she [Eva] followed him, and the exact same thing happened to her as to the others. She managed to escape, but he threatened to destroy her professionally.’

Speaking to THE EDIT in 2016, Eva admited that she is often disgusted by the ambition and ego she sees on a regular basis in the film industry.

‘It’s such a narcissistic job,’ she said. ‘Ambition kind of disgusts me; it becomes quite scary in people. ‘Are you hot? Are you not hot? It’s hard to stay strong, because as an actor you have to be open, be vulnerable.

‘But there’s just so much b*******, so many egos. If you haven’t made it in a certain amount of years, it’s very scary. I wouldn’t say I’m comfortable with aging as an actor. There is pressure. It’s tough.’

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