Sisterly support: Dakota and Elle Fanning are understated beauties as they attend the photography exhibit of late actor Anton Yelchin
Sisters Dakota and Elle Fanning came out to the Other Gallery in Los Angeles on Saturday to honour the late Anton Yelchin.
Anton, 27, died in June when his vehicle rolled backwards and pinned him against his fence.
Also at the event were Demi Moore and Susan Sarandon.
Sister act: On Saturday in LA, sisters Dakota, 22, and Elle, 18, Fanning showed their support when they attended the Anton Yelchin photography exhibit of the Star Trek star
The sisters were dressed appropriately for the evening.
Dakota, 22, tucked in a powder blue top into a pair black trousers. The Ocean's Eight star added edge to her look with a leather jacket.
Sister Elle, 18, wore a feminine, tiered dress over a pair of fishnet stockings.
The blonde actresses were similar in their choice of chunky shoes and pink purses.
Modest ensembles: Dakota, 22, tucked in a powder blue top into a pair black trousers. Sister Elle, 18, wore a feminine, tiered dress over a pair of fishnet stockings
Susan Sarandon, 70, and Demi Moore, 53, also attended the 40-photograph exhibit, which, according to a press release shared with Access Hollywood, was "experimental, provocative and surrealist.'
Anton's former Star Trek co-stars Chris Pine and John Cho, along with director J.J. Abrams, also made an appearance in honour of their late friend.
All sales of the artwork will benefit the Anton Yelchin Foundation, which, according to Extra, empowers children and filmmaking students.
Support: Susan Sarandon, 70, and Demi Moore, 53, also attended the 40-photograph exhibit
For him: Anton's former Star Trek co-stars Chris Pine, 36, and John Cho, 44, along with director J.J. Abrams, 50, also made an appearance in honour of their late friend
In June, Anton passed away at the age of 27, after his vehicle pinned him against a fence.
After his death, it was revealed that his character, Chekov, would be written out of any future films.
In August, his parent's attorney were planning to sue Fiat Chrysler, but the manufacture believed that Anton should be held liable for his death.
The crew: Anton, Chris and John are pictured in a Star Trek still
Heartbreaking: In June, Anton passed away at the age of 27, after his vehicle pinned him against a fence
Most watched News videos
- 'You should be my biggest fan' Gina Miller tells Farage
- Donald Trump dramatically rushed off stage by secret service
- Female student loses it and beats student over RINGTONE
- Paw-somely cute moment Belle the dog gives kisses to baby boy
- 'My dad OWNS your a***': School teacher hurls abuse at doorman
- Alec Baldwin's Trump kisses the FBI, Putin and the KKK on SNL
- Is this the creepy moment the corpse of a girl OPENS her eyes?
- Woman kicks man to the floor after he gropes her in supermarket
- Dog gets a big surprise when he eats a rather sour sweet
- 'You should be ashamed of yourself': Leanne Wood to Farage
- Shocking moment lorry driver using his mobile kills family
- The paw that rocks the cradle: Dog gently soothes baby