Belfast Telegraph

Friday 25 July 2014

Amy dazzles in daring dress

Amy Adams

Amy Adams turned heads in a low-cut Prabal Gurung gown straight from their Spring/Summer 14 collection for the premiere of Her.

The American actress turned heads as she walked the red carpet in New York on Saturday night, wearing the risqué pastel pink piece. What was most impressive about the gorgeous number is that it was straight from Prabal Gurung's Spring/Summer 14 collection, which only debuted a month ago as part of the designer label's New York Fashion Week show.

Fellow actress Rooney Mara also made a statement with a darker, sultrier look at the Alice Tully Hall in the city's Lincoln Center. She showed off her midriff in a black and white Proenza Schouler dress paired with Brian Atwood sandals and jewellery pieces by Jennifer Meyer. To finish the look, Rooney slicked her dark hair back and, staying on trend, added a touch of copper eye shadow.

Olivia Wilde opted for a sophisticated ensemble and kept more covered up for the event. Leaving her light brown hair down to flow past her shoulders, the actress wore a long-sleeved, buttoned-up Michael Kors blouse tucked into beige flared pants, also designed by Kors. She accessorised the '70s style outfit with a patterned Emm Kuo clutch and Yael Sonia jewellery.

Their male co-star Joaquin Phoenix went for casual attire for the premiere, which was part of the 51st annual New York Film Festival. The actor wore a white shirt with a black tie, a black cardigan and dark-coloured jeans, topped off with laced boots.

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