Berenice Marlohe dazzles in black feathers and gems… before changing into plunging aqua number at Tokyo premiere of Skyfall
14:14 GMT, 19 November 2012
15:00 GMT, 19 November 2012
She's already flaunted her incredible figure in more showstopping gowns than most girls could dream of at the various premieres of Skyfall around the globe.
But Berenice Marlohe certainly hasn't let her style slip even though the promotional trail for the latest movie in the James Bond franchise is drawing to a close.
Attending a photocall and premiere for the newest 007 film in Tokyo, Japan, on Monday, the French actress showcased not just one, but two incredible gowns.
Licence to thrill: Bong girl Berenice Marlohe wowed in two different outfits as she attended the Skyfall photocall and premiere in Tokyo, Japan, on Monday
The 33-year-old beauty started the day in an eye-catching black strapless bandeau dress, which featured feather detail around the bust and silver gems across the waist.
Marlohe teamed the glamorous garment with a pair of fierce silver pointed-toe stilettos, while her brunette locks were piled on top of her head.
Later in the day, the stunning actress opted for a daring ensemble as she attended the Japan premiere of the movie at Tokyo's the Yurakucho Marion.
Double-o heaven: The French actress dazzled in a feather and gem detail bandeau dress as she posed on the red carpet at the photocall for the latest movie in the Bond franchise
Stunning: The 33-year-old star looked every inch the Bond girl as she hit the red carpet for her latest round of promotions
The star flaunted her incredible curves in a plunging aqua and white gown, with just a thin tie protecting her modesty.
Marlohe was joined at the Japanese premiere by a whole host of models, who dressed up as some of the most iconic Bond girls throughout history.
But seemingly absent from the promotional event was James Bond himself, Daniel Craig, and leading lady Naomie Harris.
It was recently revealed that the 44-year-old actor is the highest-paid 007 star in history, with him set to earn 31 million to portray the suave secret agent in two more movies.
A warm welcome: Berenice was presented with a bouquet of flowers by Olympic gold medal-winning wrestler Saori Yoshida
Dwarfing the pay cheques received by his predecessors, Daniel's new deal brings his pay average to 9.6 million per film.
However, he recently admitted he was desperate to leave the franchise prior to appearing in Skyfall.
He told Rolling Stone magazine: 'I’ve been trying to get out of this from the very moment I got into it.
'But they won’t let me go, and I’ve agreed to do a couple more, but let’s see how this one does, because business is business and if the **** goes down, I’ve got a contract that somebody will happily wipe their a** with.'
Bond girls: Berenice was joined at the premiere by a host of Japanesmodels, who dressed up as some of the most iconic Bond girls throughout history
Daring: One model was covered from head-to-toe in gold body paint