Diane Kruger wins Film Actress award

At the ELLE Style Awards 2015


Multi-talented actress (and woman-we’d-most-like-to-swap-wardrobes-with) Diane Kruger has scooped the Film Actress award at the ELLE Style Awards. Her award was presented by Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston.
Although she’s most recently been working the small screen as Detective Sonya Cross in FX’s The Bridge, it’s film where Kruger has really made her mark – who could forget her 2009 performance as the haughty-yet-naughty Bridget von Hammersmark in Inglourious Basterds?
Excitingly, she’ll be back in cinemas with a bang this year thanks to the upcoming Fathers And Daughters, in which she stars alongside Russell Crowe, Aaron Paul, Amanda Seyfried, Quvenzhané Wallis, Octavia Spencer and Jane Fonda.
Of course, that’s not the only box Kruger ticks for us – she’s also the embodiment of style. Whether in Chanel or Erdem, Mary Katrantzou or Giambattista Valli, there’s no cut, colour or print that’s too tricksy for her to pull off.
Seriously – when we said multi-talented, we weren’t kidding. 


Bravo, Diane.

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