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Saturday 23 August 2014

Gwyneth wows in white

Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow wowed in white at the premiere of her new film.

The 40-year-old actress stole the spotlight in her polished sleeveless dress as she arrived at the event in Hollywood yesterday. Rather than wearing jewellery to accessorise the simple ensemble, which boasted a full midi-length skirt, Gwyneth simply added a splash of red lipstick and let her straight blonde hair make a statement.

Joining her was co-star and pop sensation Pink, who clashed against Gwyneth in her off-the-shoulder long blue gown.

Wearing her iconic quiff and dangling silver earrings the singer, real name Alecia Moore, looked elegant and edgy with her back tattoo peeking above the dress. She was joined by her husband Carey Hart, who looked handsome in an all black suit and tie. The motorcross star also showed off his alternative side by giving a glimpse of his neck tattoo and the pair looked more loved up than ever.

Actress Rebecca Romijn decided to go more a more casual outfit, showing off her killer legs in black wet look leggings and adding colour with a red blazer over a white top. The blonde beauty also matched her shoes to the overall colour code, wearing pointed black kitten heels with black and white straps.

Bryce Dallas Howard also walked the red carpet for the film wearing a green peacock patterned mini dress with black tights and velvet heels. She took a leaf out of Gwyneth and Pink's book by keeping her jewellery minimal and not wearing a necklace, instead making her outfit the centre of attention.

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