Your Life: Being.Halle Berry; Halle Screeches Her Way through Catwoman in a Black Leather Outfit. but She Is Always Purr-Fectly Poised When Not on Set. Get Your Claws into Her Classy Look

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Your Life: Being.Halle Berry; Halle Screeches Her Way through Catwoman in a Black Leather Outfit. but She Is Always Purr-Fectly Poised When Not on Set. Get Your Claws into Her Classy Look


Byline: KAREN CLARKSON

pounds 16 Hat

Poor Halle - Catwoman has been branded a "Cat-astrophe" in the States, grossing a measly $17million on its first weekend. And now she's hoping it fares better in Blighty. No wonder she's hiding under a floppy hat. Stay in the shade with this one from Wallis, for pounds 16. Call 0870 122 8813.pounds 55

Sunglasses

No A-list actress would be complete without a pair of designer shades perched on her nose. Halle's mirror lenses are pounds 300 from designer specs brand Oliver Peoples, but you can protect your eyes and look just as stylish in this pounds 55 pair from Storm. Call 020 8965 5768.pounds 50

Dress

Who can forget Halle as a Bond girl, stepping out of the surf in that orange bikini? At 37 her figure is still in peak condition - even though her floral dress isn't quite so revealing. Jealous? You needn't be. Just slip into this flattering frock from Phool, for pounds 50, and you'll look as pretty as a picture, too. …

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