Laura Vandervoort is certainly no newcomer. She’s already appeared in the feature film Ted and on the small screen in sci-fi shows like Smallville and V. The Canadian actress has been stepping up her style lately on the red carpet, as well. She’ll soon have even more opportunities to shine because her new show Bitten, which chronicles a female werewolf, recently premiered on Syfy.
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Back in June 2011 at the Los Angeles unveiling of Green Lantern, Laura made her mark in a strapless Chagoury Couture Spring 2012 red lace dress. The actress rounded out the look with neutral accessories, including a clutch and peep-toe platform pumps. She also wore a little red dress at the February 2012 premiere of This Means War in Los Angeles. This Yeojin Bae Ashley hourglass mini was styled with a statement necklace and black pumps.
It was a crisp white long sleeve plunging gown for Laura a few months later at the Los Angeles premiere of Ted. Rebecca Minkoff’s embellished clutch and metallic B Brian Atwood Consort sandals polished off the look. Laura went with white once again at last year’s MuchMusic Video Awards up in Toronto. Her athletic-inspired Alexander Wang racerback dress featured strategic cut-out details and was complemented by a red Diane von Furstenberg clutch along with nude Jimmy Choo Vibe pumps.
The star upped her style game this past October over in Cannes. For her current show’s 2013 MIPCOM photocall, Laura stunned in a white Alex Perry bustier dress accented by a gold Lorena Sarbu belt, Kara Ackerman jewelry, an Emm Kuo clutch and gold sandals. She covered up her black top and black AllSaints leather pants at the 5th Annual Los Angeles Haunted Hayride Premiere Night later that month with the brand’s camel Hendrick coat. Black boots capped off the look.
BCBGMaxAzria was the source of Laura’s sleek white suit in November 2013 at the launch of Cameron Silver’s Vintage Capsule Collection for Tommy Hilfiger in West Hollywood. Vibrant green Danielle Queller earrings, an Edie Parker clutch and peach pumps served as accessories. Laura opted for a splash of color the following month at the 2nd Annual Saving Innocence Gala in Los Angeles. Her orange Raoul gown with open back was teamed with Meira T earrings as well as a mirrored clutch by Rauwolf.
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She brought a touch of spring to The Trevor Project’s TrevorLIVE Event the following week courtesy of this House of Ronald dress with floral printed illusion wrap top and full-length cream skirt. Neil Lane gems and Stuart Weitzman pumps finished off the look. Laura hit up the parties after last month’s Golden Globe Awards decked out in a Rachel Gilbert black beaded strapless Blair gown with nude underlay. John Hardy jewels, a Lauren Merkin clutch and Ruthie Davis heels wrapped up the look.
We love the direction Laura’s style is heading and expect big things from the rising star this year.