The actress wore elegant Tom Ford lace heels with feather accents, and a seductive black dress by the designer.
Come to think of it, nearly every attendee wore black for the event, hosted by the Cinema Society and Montblanc in New York on March 16.
Swiss model Julie Ordon arrived in a Chanel leather mini dress. The blonde babe -- who has appeared in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, Victoria's Secret catalog and many magazine covers -- accessorized with pink nails, lips and heels.
Director Jordan Scott added a bit of quirk to her navy and black Miu Miu ensemble with a gold Solange Azagury-Partridge heart necklace. As the daughter of director Ridley Scott, she grew up on movie sets, but admits, "I have a bigger appreciation for film now" But what does she appreciate while traveling? A cozy blanket. "Something to wrap yourself up in and hide away."
Green, who plays a teacher at an all-girls boarding school in the flick, is no stranger to period piece costumes. The french actress stars as Morgan le Fay in the mini series "Camelot." When asked about the wardrobes she found them nearly polar opposites, "they're both very different, it's fun because you feel like a little girl when you play princess in the medieval times ... the characters are quite different but they both are dark and damaged."
For a woman who's style as been described as quirky and Gothic, she explains her fashion sense as theatrical, "I don't know, it depends [on my mood]. But I like things that are a bit dramatic."
And for the former Bond girl who has modeled for Emporio Armani, Lancôme and Christian Dior SA's "Midnight Poison" perfume (watch the video below), her beauty secrets are pretty down-to-earth: "thick moisturizing cream and my contact lenses!"