60 Seconds with Petra Bryant and Dominique Moore
The blonde beauty made a stunning entrance on the red carpet at the very glitz 2nd Annual TriForce Short Film Festival held at the BAFTA in London, on Sunday. The Czech born up-and-coming actress wore a beautifully detailed vintage, 1920’s inspired gown- which was beaded silk and made in India (bought from ASOS marketplace). Her look was completed with a necklace from Gailbardy with legs in red high heels from Yazbukey and a green vintage fake fur neck warmer on top bought from Ebay.
How would you describe your style? I do love vintage but I love mixing it up with high street and designer. I love kooky style and something very different. Even if it’s a dress you can get from Topshop, I’ll accessorise it like no one else would.
What are you planning to wear on New Year’s Eve? I’m usually a last minute dresser, throwing something together. Probably some fake fur and something very sparkly. Something rememberable and huge earrings.
What’s your make-up must have? Well I can’t live without my liquid black eyeliner from Eye of Horus – it’s like an Egyptian style brand and Mineral Makeup Youngblood, it’s unbeaten. Those are the two I can’t live without. I can’t just pick one!!
The 27-year-old actress is most known for her role in Footballers’ Wives as Chanel O’Grady and many years ago appeared in The Queens’ Nose (blast from the past!). The gorgeous Dominique posed on the red carpet at the 2nd Annual TriForce Short Film Festival held at the BAFTA in London, on Sunday in a dazzling kaleidoscope knee-length dress. The purple, blue and pink dress, which was bought from Textile Federation, emphasizes Dominique stunning hourglass figure which she teamed with black Kurt Geiger heels decorated with a bow and black clutch.
How would you describe your style? I like bright colours. My favourite colour is pink so I always try and wear a bit of pink every single day. If I’m wearing a normal every day outfit I will at least have a pink sock on or pink earrings or something pink. My style I say would be... I try loads of different things. I know my shape so I dress for my shape but I love quirky bits of jewellery. I like things that are a bit different and colourful.
What you planning to wear on New Year’s Eve? Probably something with pink and something sparkly – it’s New Years you have to have sparkles and something that I can dance in because no matter where I am, I’m going to have a dance on New Years!
What’s your make-up must have? I’d say Vaseline because you can put it on your lips, if your skins dry you can put it on your skin. You can put it on your eye lashes to make them look like your eyelashes have mascara. I think Vaseline’s the most versatile.
Contributor: Debbie Moules