Sophie Turner nails daytime glamour in a strapless striped minidress as she joins chic Jessica Chastain at X-Men: Dark Phoenix photocall in London
She recently bid farewell to her Game Of Thrones character Sansa Stark as the series came to an end on Sunday.
And Sophie Turner proved there's no rest for the wicked as she attended a photocall for upcoming superhero film X-Men: Dark Phoenix alongside co-stars Jessica Chastain, Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy in London's Hyde Park on Tuesday afternoon.
The Another Me actress, 23, commanded attention as she slipped into a quirky strapless minidress, highlighting her enviably slender legs.
Busy bee: Sophie Turner proved there's no rest for the wicked as she attended a photocall for upcoming superhero film X-Men: Dark Phoenix alongside co-star Jessica Chastain in London's Hyde Park on Tuesday
Showcasing her incredibly toned figure, the screen star's ensemble featured a plunging purple bodice and a monochrome-style ruffled skirt.
The wife of Joe Jonas upped the style ante with her choice of footwear as she sported a pair of pointed sparkly stilettos, while opting for minimal accessories.
With her blonde tresses styled in a straight fashion, the TV and film star accentuated her stunning features with a smokey eyeshadow look, tied in with nude lipgloss.
Molly's Game actress Jessica, 42, stood out from the crowd in a bright yellow maxi dress, embellished with a perilously low-cut neckline and waterfall-style sleeves.
Working it! Also joined by Michael Fassbender (L) and James McAvoy (R), the Another Me actress, 23, commanded attention as she slipped into a quirky strapless minidress
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She's a Louis Vuitton muse so it was no surprise to see Sophie Turner wearing the label once again as she stepped out to the X Men photocall in London.
The actress wore a look that was hot from the resort 2020 collection, featuring a strapless purple corset top, along with a statement striped skirt.
We love the eye-catching puffball shape of the mini, and it makes Sophie's legs look like they go on forever!
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Wow-factor! Showcasing her incredibly toned figure, the screen star's ensemble featured a plunging purple bodice and a monochrome-style ruffled skirt
Looking good: Molly's Game actress Jessica, 42, stood out from the crowd in a bright yellow maxi dress, embellished with a perilously low-cut neckline and waterfall-style sleeves (pictured with Simon Kinberg far right)
Speaking recently to Lifestyle Inq, Sophie spoke enthusiastically about the film's female focus.
She explained: 'All the female characters in this movie are the strongest characters. We have a female protagonist, a female antagonist, all while the female protagonist is also somewhat of an antagonist.''
'It’s all about her relationships, Jean’s relationship with the females throughout this movie, which is really very interesting. None of the women in this movie are subservient to a man, which is incredible,' she continued.
The film has a star-studded cast with the likes of Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult also involved.
Leading actress: The TV and film star plays Jean Grey who begins to develop incredible powers that corrupt and turn her into a Dark Phoenix
End of the road: Sophie's outing comes after she shared a moving goodbye to her Game of Thrones character Sansa Stark (pictured) as the show came to an end on Sunday
With a release date of June 7 in the USA and June 5 in the UK, the film tells the story of Jean Grey, played by Sophie, who begins to develop incredible powers that corrupt and turn her into a Dark Phoenix.
The X-Men will have to decide if the life of a team member is worth more than all the people living in the world.
Picking up in 1992, nearly a decade after the events of that film, the movie's final trailer finds Jean earning her mutant stripes after a rescue mission in deep space goes horribly wrong, resulting in her being engulfed by a powerful explosion that decimates her ship.
Against the odds she survives unscathed, and stunned students at Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters give the the name Phoenix – a reference to her unique ability to quite literally rise from the ashes.
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