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Emmy Rossum steals spotlight

Published 12/03/2014

Emmy Rossum
Emmy Rossum

Emmy Rossum was a sheer beauty at the Need for Speed screening yesterday.

The brunette actress may not star in the film but she joined the cast to show her support at the event in the Big Apple.

She arrived wearing a sheer black dress with a pebble pattern, which gave a glimpse of her flesh-coloured bra underneath. A black band around her waist highlighted her figure perfectly and the midi length gave the outfit a more sophisticated feel.

Keeping up with the nude-tone theme, Emmy wore a pair of heels in a similar shade. However, her black clutch bag added boldness to the finished look, as did her dark nail polish.

Emmy also kept her face free from any statement colours. Her cheeks had a warm glow to them, while her eyes had a subtle spot of bronze eyeshadow. The only exception Emmy made with a brighter shade was her earrings, which were gold with red stones.

Emmy invited her friend and former Showtime social media supervisor Alyssa Ravich as her plus one and posted a photo of the pair on her Instagram.

“movie night with @lyssarav (sic)” she wrote to accompany the snap of them both smiling at the camera.

She joined the main men of the movie Aaron Paul and Ramon Rodriguez at the event. Both stars opted for leather jackets, with Aaron in a dark brown number and Ramon going for a quirkier teal one.

Rapper ASAP Rocky turned up to watch the movie, also wearing a leather jacket with a white T-shirt and light jeans.

Up-and-coming actress Sami Gayle looked chic in a floral skirt and white blouse, which made a perfect springtime outfit.

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