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Catherine Zeta-Jones lovely in lace

Published 12/07/2013

Catherine Zeta-Jones
Catherine Zeta-Jones

Catherine Zeta-Jones smoldered at the premiere for Red 2 in Los Angeles last night.

The actress walked the red carpet for the premiere of her new movie Red 2 at the Westwood Village in Los Angeles on Thursday. Catherine dazzled in a black Maria Lucia Hohan corseted gown, which offered a glimpse of her toned legs through a sheer lace panel at the front. The dress clung to Catherine’s curves and fell in a floor-length fishtail at the back. She teamed the slinky creation with sky-high black Jerome Rousseau strappy sandals, a Christian Louboutin clutch and Neil Lane jewellery. Her make-up was kept simple, with a nude lipstick and hint of a smoky eye, while her long brunette locks loosely tumbled around her shoulders. Catherine vamped up the look with a dark nail varnish on her hands and feet.

The 43-year-old happily posed solo at the event, but was joined on the red carpet by her co-stars including Dame Helen Mirren, Bruce Willis and Mary-Louise Parker.

Helen retained her fashionista reputation by impressing in a floor-length long-sleeved teal gown. The fitted creation showed off her slim figure to perfection, and she teamed the look with her favourite towering Perspex shoes.

Helen added a pop of colour with her accessories, choosing chunky orange jewellery and a gold clutch bag to complement the dress.

Leading man Bruce looked cool in a white suit and silver shirt, teamed with black shoes. He was accompanied by his wife Emma Heming, who opted for a classically elegant black knee-length sleeveless black dress. She livened up the outfit with a slick of red lipstick, matching red clutch bag and leopard print heels.

Mary-Louise shimmered at the event in a short silver sequinned Memeka by Gustavo Cadile dress and a tiny grey Lauren Merkin clutch bag.

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