The highly anticipated premiere of the latest 007 film took place on Tuesday night.
Ana De Armas, 33, had an awkward wardrobe malfunction on her way out of the No Time To Die after-party at Annabel’s in Mayfair, London, on Tuesday.
The Bond Girl’s plunging custom black gown by Louis Vuitton revealed a little too much as she sat down in her chauffeur-driven exit vehicle, exposing her left nipple.
In her sultry black satin gown, Ana De, who played Bond Girl Paloma in the film, looked stunning.
The form-fitting dress, which featured a deep thigh-split and silver straps, accentuated the Cuban actress’s slender pins.
She wore her chocolate tresses in a sleek fringe and boosted her height with a pair of onyx heels.
Ana accessorized with dazzling diamond earrings and a selection of Chopard rings while carrying her belongings in a simple black clutch.
After the release of No Time To Die was repeatedly postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, it’s been a long road to the premiere.
The film, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, was set to be released in April 2020, but it was pushed back to November before being rescheduled for April 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
No Time To Die is the 25th Bond film, and it follows Bond (Daniel Craig) after he has retired from active duty and is living a peaceful life in Jamaica when his old friend Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) from the CIA appears and asks for assistance.
Bond returns to the field, abandoning his seemingly happy life with Madeleine (Lea Seydoux), to face Safin (Rami Malek), who is armed with a new dangerous technology that has the potential to change the world.
Daniel Craig recently addressed the franchise’s outdated James Bond plotlines, such as the idea of glamorous disposable so-called Bond girls, in a recent interview.
In an interview with Lorraine Kelly, he said of the spy series, “you have to adapt” to the times.
‘Certainly, a lot of what happened in the previous films is now debatable… different times, but we didn’t want to lose the essence [in the new film].’ It’s still a Bond film, after all.
‘I’ve been given carte blanche to have my say, but I’ve never forgotten that.’ We can have all of the key elements and things that people have enjoyed over time, but you must adapt.
‘One of my biggest concerns is that all of the characters, particularly the female characters, must be brilliant and believable.’