Olga Kurylenko in a Chanel Dress and Cornrows

Bond Girl Olga Kurylenko seems to be a fan of the mermaid dress trend. Having already stepped out in a striking black Dolce & Gabbana fishtail dress in Rome, she most recently attended the film’s premiere in Tokyo in a fish-scale Chanel gown.

Olga Kurylenko in Chanel at Quantum of Solace Tokyo Premiere

But while milkmaid braids have emerged as a hair trend for 2009, we’re not so sure that Olga’s cornrows are going to take off in a big way.

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Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo
Olga Kurylenko at the Quantum of Solace premiere in Tokyo

See more photos of Olga Kurylenko at the Tokyo premiere of Quantum Solace by clicking on the gallery below.

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