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Kristen Wiig's risqué red carpet look

Published 28/09/2015

Kristen Wiig
Kristen Wiig

The Martian star Kristen Wiig went all out to promote her new movie in the Big Apple yesterday (27Sept15).

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Actress Kristen Wiig dared to flash the flesh in a slashed bodice dress for the New York Film Festival premiere of The Martian last night (Sun27Sept).

The blonde actress has made the jump from comedy to sci-fi in the new movie, in which she plays NASA scientist Annie Montrose.

And for the latest event to promote the film Kristen looked sensational in a feminine yet risqué number. Her dress featured a pale blue pleated silk skirt, while the top bodice was designed as two different navy panels. There was a floral print decorating both pieces of material, with two thin bands of material holding them together.

To give all attention to the dress, Kristen kept herself free from jewellery and simply accessorised with nude strappy heels. A slick of pink lipstick completed the look, while her light tresses were slicked back and worn up.

Also making a statement at yesterday's red carpet extravaganza was Kristen's co-star Kate Mara. She plays astronaut Beth Johanssen in the flick and dressed accordingly in a space-themed dress. The black silk design featured a high neck and black netted sleeves, with black netting also creating a tutu style skirt. Making a splash against the dark background were bright cartoon planets, shooting stars and swirls.

Again, accessorises were shunned as the bold prints did enough talking. A simple pair of black pumps brought things together, as did Kate's black eyeliner and cute pixie crop hair do.

Movie The Lobster also premiered on Sunday (27Sept15), with its main star Rachel Weisz opting for a sparkling ensemble. Her dress featured a white top with billowing short sleeves and a maroon ribbon splitting it from the blue, red and white sequined skirt.

Rachel's casual wavy hair and rose lipstick ensured all attention was on her outfit.

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