Sydney Sweeney

Sydney Sweeney put a modern spin on a classic red-carpet silhouette.

The Euphoria star attended the Berlin International Film Festival premiere of her film Reality last night, where looked lovely in a custom Miu Miu column gown. The glittering piece was covered in red sequins, and featured a straight neckline with spaghetti straps, a figure-hugging cinched waist, and a short train.

Her accessories included diamond stud earrings, matching tennis bracelets, and an array of dainty rings. She wore her dark-blonde hair loosely curled with a middle part and face-framing curtain bangs, and her glam look included rosy blush and a pink lip.

Sydney Sweeney
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The Emmy nominee also appeared at a photocall for the political thriller, where she wore a plunging, backless suit. The cropped Alexander McQueen blazer featured two large side cutouts that left her midriff and back exposed, and her hips and rear were covered by a rhinestone-covered panel with jeweled fringe, which snaked up her exposed back to the back shoulders.

She paired the striking blazer with matching low-rise flared trousers, and finished the look with a statement stack of silver earrings on her left ear. She wore her hair in slicked-back bun with a middle part, as well as simple makeup with a pink lip.

Sydney Sweeney
Photo: Dominique Charriau // Getty Images

Reality depicts the 90-minute interrogation of NSA whistleblower Reality Winner, who was sentenced to five years in prison for leaking an intelligence report. At a press conference, per Variety, Sweeney spoke on how lucky she felt to get to communicate with Winner directly.

“I had the honour and privilege to be able actually communicate with Reality. I was able to Zoom with her — [director Tina Satter] connected us — and I would text her throughout the process,” she said. “When Tina connected us I was like, ‘Oh my God, this is a dream for an actor, because I’m actually getting to speak to the real person, I’m getting to dive more into their mind and what she’s gone through in her life.'”

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US.