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Emilia Clarke magnificent in monochrome

Published 29/06/2015

Emilia Clarke showed off her style credentials at yesterday's Terminator Genisys premiere.

The British star rocked a floor length gown, which could have easily been mistaken for a top and skirt thanks to its clever cut-out detail around the waist.

Featuring a halterneck, the black and white number was made up of graphic lines giving the whole look an optical allusion feel.

Her short brown hair was pulled into a centre parting then loosely worn half up, half down. The 28-year-old kept her make-up summertime fresh, with pink lips and a dewy complexion. Perfectly groomed lashes framed her blue eyes, but little other cosmetics were worn.

Emilia's co-star Arnold Schwarzenegger also wore black and white, opting for a crisp white shirt and black suit for the occasion. It's the legendary action star's fourth time playing the Terminator, and he looked the part last night in dark sunglasses.

Arnold accessorised the outfit with a large skull ring on his right hand.

Terminator Genisys stars Jason Clarke and Jai Courtney also walked the silver carpet, both wearing pale coloured suits.

Australian actor Jai also showed off some impressive facial hair, with a beard and moustache combo.

Sylvester Stallone turned up to support his friend, and cinema rival, Arnold. The two star alongside each other in The Expendables franchise, with number four recently announced.

Like Arnold, Sylvester also chose to wear sunglasses but his outfit was more casual, with the 68-year-old choosing jeans, shirt and jacket for the event.

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