If it ain't broke! Beautiful Bond girl Naomie Harris steps out in yet another sheer dress for Skyfall's Italy premiere
04:02 GMT, 27 October 2012
13:52 GMT, 27 October 2012
She stood out at the London premiere of Skyfall, wearing a sheer black Marios Schwab gown with a daring blue sequinned body underneath.
And after getting so much attention for the outfit, Naomie Harris donned a similar style dress on Friday as she went to a special screening of the film in Rome.
The 36-year-old graced the red carpet for the Italian premiere of the latest James Bond movie instalment, wearing a lace teal number.
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It clearly works: Naomie Harris donned similar fashion designs to the London (R) and Rome premieres of Skyfall
The British star showed off her slender figure in the figure-hugging floor-length gown which covered her arms but left plenty of skin on show.
Like her attire for the English version of the event, she wore a bodysuit underneath to maintain her modesty.
Leaving her long wavy locks down, she pinned one side of her tresses behind her ear.
Racy and lacy: Naomi graced the red carpet in a teal dress this time
Harris appeared to fashion the same pee toe heels as last time when she almost floated on to the red carpet in the see through frock.
Naomie Harris previously revealed she enjoyed filming the scenes with Daniel Craig when he had to take off his clothes.
The Bond girl said: 'I do get to have a lovely moment with him, where I try to seduce him. He's a very hot guy, definitely. He worked out for two hours every day after filming.
Important guests: She was joined by producer Barbara Broccoli, director Sam Mendes and actor Daniel Craig
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'He's a Bond in real life – very physical, capable and energetic.'
Daniel also said he is now extremely comfortable in his role as 007 now he is on his third film as the iconic character.
He explained: 'I think it's about time, really, isn't it that I should start feeling comfortable I enjoyed this a great deal and like I said about the script, when you've got something as strong as that, and when you know the story is that good, you feel good about it. I always wanted to start bringing in the older elements of the films.'
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