She is a member of the Cannes Film Festival jury who wows on the red carpet with her fashion forward looks.
And Friday was no exception for Jessica Chastain, who arrived at the Okja premier in a purple fringed dress.
The actress, 40, twirled for the photographers in the avant garde creation, which showed off her gorgeous curves.
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Avant garde: Jessica Chastain arrived at the Okja premier at the Cannes Film Festival in a fringe purple dress
The form-fitting lacy bodice, which fell down to her thighs, was covered in sparkling crystals and her thin straps were also bejewelled.
Hooks were attached to the end of the dress, letting long fringing fall down to the floor.
As the actress moved down the red carpet, her dramatic ‘skirt’ swung into the air, ensuring all eyes were on her.
Jessica matched the glamorous outfit with a pair of platform heels.
Giving a twirl: The form-fitting lacy bodice, which fell down to her thighs, was covered in sparkling crystals
Jessica wore her long auburn locks down and tucked loose strands behind both ears.
She accessorised her look with a pair of statement drop earrings and paired the outfit with natural makeup.
Jessica joins Maren Ade, Fan Bingbing, Agnès Jaoui, Park Chan-wook, Will Smith, Paolo Sorrentino and Gabriel Yared on this year’s jury.
Kicking up a storm: Hooks were attached to the end of the dress, letting long fringing fall down to the floor
Netflix-produced film Okja has been under much scrutiny since it was revealed that it would be one of 19 films competing in the prestigious competition.
And the furore doesn’t appear to be dying down as the online streaming service faced embarrassment at the Cannes Film Festival when the world premiere of the $50million movie was stopped because of a technical glitch.
The movie was booed by some in the audience after the Netflix logo appeared at the beginning.
Swirling and twirling: As the actress moved down the red carpet, the dramatic fringing swung into the air, ensuring all eyes were on her
Glamorous: Jessica wore her long auburn locks down and tucked loose strands behind both ears
The movie was forced to stop in its first five minutes after the audience booed the Netflix logo when they realised it was being viewed in the wrong aspect ratio, which the festival have deemed a ‘technical glitch’.
Following the heckling, the film was restarted without explanation, leaving journalists and film lovers unimpressed alike, tweeting about the ‘chaos’ in the screening room said riots were about to break out.
‘Okja starts, huge boos at Netflix logo. Then film plays in wrong aspect ratio and Grand Lumiere almost rioted. Movie stopped,’ IndieWire’s David Ehrlich said.
Controversial: was booed by some in the audience after the Netflix logo appeared at the beginning
French journalist Elena Lazic tweeted: ‘That didn’t start well. Screen not open properly, significantly cropped at top. 20 riotous minutes before projectionist stopped projection.’
According to the BBC’s Laura Turner: ‘There was shouting from the upper seats and it became apparent the aspect ratio was wrong, so they restarted it after about 10 minutes.
‘The second time around the audience booed the Netflix logo again. But there was also some cheering at the same time and a warm round of applause at the end.’
The festival quickly issued an apology, insisting the error was technical and not anti-Netflix sabotage.
Very important person: Jessica joins Maren Ade, Fan Bingbing, Agnès Jaoui, Park Chan-wook (right), Will Smith, Paolo Sorrentino and Gabriel Yared on this year’s jury