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Tuesday 31 May 2016

Rose Byrne graces Max Mara show

Published 20/02/2014

Rose Byrne
Rose Byrne

Rose Byrne will be honoured with the Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award this year.

The Insidious actress headed to Milan to watch the label's Fall/Winter 14 collection presented on the Fashion Week runway.

For the occasion, 34-year-old Rose picked a loose shimmering gold top, tucked into a pair of high-waisted, baggy cream trousers.

A perfectly fitted black blazer added to the elegance of the look, while still maintaining a laidback appeal.

Her accessories and beauty look were kept simple, with the Bridesmaids star favouring a black shoulder bag, chunky gold ring and sleek honey-blonde bob.

The pretty star didn't just sit pretty and watch the show though.

Rose is the recipient of this year's Women in Film Max Mara Face of the Future Award, which celebrates actresses' outstanding achievements and their sense of style.

She will receive her prize on June 11 at the Women in Film Crystal + Lucy Awards in Los Angeles, WWD reported yesterday.

In the past the accolade has gone to stylish stars including Hailee Steinfeld, Katie Holmes and Elizabeth Banks.

Rose always looks immaculate when she hits the red carpet these days.

However, it didn't come naturally and the actress isn't afraid to admit she needed a little help to become the fashionista she is today.

“I used to have a terrible look of a long T-shirt with bike shorts and Dr. Martens,” she previously laughed to the British edition of OK! magazine.

“That was a pretty bad look. But I’ve been working with my stylist, Penny Lovell, for a while, five or six years, and she’s great.”

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