Braless Poppy Delevingne leaves little to the imagination in plunging feathered dress at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2017
She's regularly seen around the London party haunts.
And the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards on Sunday evening were no exception for model-turned-actress Poppy Delevingne, 31.
The blonde beauty turned heads on the red carpet in a floor length gown with a daringly low neckline to show off her toned figure.
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Perfect pose: Poppy Delevingne, 31,?turned heads on the red carpet in a floor length gown with a daringly low neckline to show off her toned figure at the London Evening Standard Theatre Awards
Taking inspiration straight out of old Hollywood glamour, Poppy graces the red carpet in a cream dress with turquoise flower accents while keeping her shoulders covered with a chic blue feather shawl.
The Kingsman actress let her ensemble do the talking while she left her jewelry minimal and her make-up natural.?
Poppy kept her usually short cropped blonde tresses at bay, tying it up into a high up-do, adding drama to the ensemble.?
Stunning: The Kingsman actress let her ensemble do the talking while she left her jewelry minimal and her make-up natural
The model, who has previously worked for brands, such as Burberry and Laura Ashley, recently hit the headlines?when her Kingsman 2: Golden Circle co-star Taron Egerton refused to film an uncomfortable sex scene with her.
The plot required Taron's spy character to have sex with?target Clara, but plants a tracking device inside her vagina using his hand.
Taron told ScreenRant that he didn't know he would be required for the shot and refused to do it, meaning Poppy's husband was brought in for filming to film the moment.?
Evening Standard Theatre Awards?2017?- The Winners
Best Actor in partnership with Ambassador Theatre Group
Bertie Carvel - Ink, Almeida Theatre and Duke of York’s Theatre
Andrew Garfield - Angels In America, National Theatre (Lyttleton) WINNER
Andrew Scott - Hamlet, Almeida Theatre and Harold Pinter Theatre
Natasha Richardson Award for Best Actress in partnership with Christian Louboutin
Laura Donnelly - The Ferryman, Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre
Victoria Hamilton - Albion, Almeida Theatre
Glenda Jackson - King Lear, Old Vic Theatre WINNER
Milton Shulman Award for Best Director?
Dominic Cooke - Follies, National Theatre
Robert Icke - Hamlet, Almeida Theatre and Harold Pinter Theatre
Sam Mendes - The Ferryman, Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre?WINNER
Best Play In partnership with Hiscox, Official Arts Partner of the Evening Standard
The Children - Lucy Kirkwood, Royal Court
The Ferryman - Jez Butterworth, Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre WINNER
Ink - James Graham, Almeida Theatre and Duke of York’s Theatre
Oslo - J T Rogers, National Theatre and Harold Pinter Theatre
Jon Bausor - Bat Out Of Hell — The Musical, Coliseum
Bunny - Christie Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle, Wyndham’s Theatre/The Red Barn, National Theatre/ Ink, Almeida Theatre and Duke of York’s Theatre WINNER
Soutra Gilmour - Twelfth Night, National Theatre
Best Musical Performance?
Janie Dee - Follies, National Theatre
Robert Fairchild - An American In Paris, Dominion Theatre
Amber Riley - Dreamgirls, Savoy Theatre WINNER
Charles Wintour Award for Most Promising Playwright
Al Smith - Harrogate, High Tide Festival and Royal Court
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins - An Octoroon, Orange Tree Theatre WINNER
Katherine Soper - Wish List, Royal Exchange Manchester and Royal Court
Emerging Talent Award
Sheila Atim Girl - From The North Country, Old Vic Theatre
Tom Glynn-Carney - The Ferryman, Royal Court and Gielgud Theatre WINNER
Luke Thallon - Albion, Almeida Theatre?
Evening Standard Radio 2 Audience Award for Best Musical??
An American in Paris - The Dominion Theatre
Bat Out of Hell - The Coliseum WINNER
Dreamgirls - The Savoy Theatre
Follies - Olivier Theatre, National Theatre
School of Rock - New London Theatre
The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ? The Musical - Menier Chocolate Factory, Southwark
She Loves Me -?Menier Chocolate Factory, Southwark
'In this one, I'm in the shot and I said to Matthew "I'm not comfortable doing this". So it's not my hand – it's Poppy's husband's hand. He saved the world.'??
Poppy also joined the Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day campaign in November, teaming up with the charity to create a collection of festive jumpers?
It's not the first time the British bombshell has worked with the charity, as she recently traveled to the Democratic Republic of Congo to see the work the charity does there.???
Beauty in blue: Taking inspiration straight out of old Hollywood glamour, Poppy graces the red carpet in a cream dress with turquoise flower accents
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