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Kate Winslet's red-carpet curves turn heads

Published 19/10/2015

Kate Winslet
Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet showed off her curves in Alexander McQueen while promoting Steve Jobs in London on Sunday (18Oct15).

Kate Winslet wowed in a skin-tight gown at the BFI London Film Festival premiere of Steve Jobs on Sunday night (18Oct15).

The 40-year-old actress always impresses in the spotlight and her latest outing was no exception as she stepped out in the navy dress by Alexander McQueen, which clung to her enviable curves. Around the waist was a simple black belt, highlighting her trim waist and matching her small clutch bag. Kate also kept her nails in tune with the dark tones, painting them a deep maroon colour.

To give attention to the one-shoulder detail, the star kept her neck bare, instead opting for a sparkling bracelet and dangling earrings. Topping off the overall glamorous look was a fishtail bun worn high on the back of her head.

Kate was a far cry from her character in the movie while at the event. She plays Steve Job's colleague Joanna Hoffman, rocking an '80s hairstyle and large retro spectacles. Talking on the red carpet, the British beauty discussed her alter ego's vital role in the growth of tech company Apple.

"There weren't many women in Steve's life who could stand up to him in that way but also give him a big hug before a launch," she told the BBC.

"Joanna saw the film and said she really like it and enjoyed the fact that Michael (Fassbender) was able to show some of Steve's 'real warmth'."

German-Irish hunk Michael was also in attendance on Sunday evening, looking dapper as ever in a black tuxedo. A black bowtie wowed against a crisp white shirt, while the silk collar of his jacket shimmered in the lights. The actor previously admitted looking nothing like Steve didn't affect the project, and that he and director Danny Boyle were more focused on making it their own thing.

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