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Michelle Williams debuts new hairdo

Published 10/04/2013

Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams
Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams showed off an edgy new undercut hairstyle at the Kate Young for Target Launch last night.

The actress attended the Kate Young for Target Launch held at St. Patrick's Old Cathedral where she showed off her incredible new look.

The 32-year-old's undercut hairstyle included a sweeping side parting that pulled her blonde locks over to one side of her face.

The style achieves two different looks, thanks to the hair being much shorter on one side of the head in comparison to the other.

In February, Michelle discussed her desire to grow out her signature short crop to the E! channel.

She joked that her hair was at an "insufferable" stage as it is between lengths.

Michelle wore a fresh outfit to show off her new modern hairstyle.

The mother-of-one opted revealed her toned pins in a pair of silky navy blue high-waisted shorts, which she wore with a mesh polka dotted black top. She also added an on-trend monochrome blazer, clutch bag and high heel shoes to complete her funky look.

Michelle was in attendance to help her stylist Kate celebrate her clothing line launch with the affordable American retailer.

Other stars at the event included Kate Mara who wowed in a long sleeve yellow number and actress Maggie Gyllenhaal who wore a one-shoulder printed maxi dress.

Kate's collection for Target will go on sale from next week and will feature women’s apparel and accessories, including handbags, footwear and jewellery ranging from $29.99 to $89.99.

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