All eyes were on Kate Winslet at the London premiere of Steve Jobs on Sunday night. The 40-year-old actress looked sensational as she hit the red carpet in a breathtaking navy blue asymmetric gown, accessorising with a pair of dazzling De Beers earrings.
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Kate Winslet turned heads in the asymmetric blue gown
The Titanic star made quite the impression in the edgy floor-length gown which showed off her incredible figure as she stopped to pose for the cameras and greet the hordes of fans who had stepped out to catch a glimpse of the stars of the film.
Kate was also joined by co-star Michael Fassbender, and the pair were soon laughing and joking around together as they celebrated the launch of their new project.
The Labor Day actress - who turned heads with her enviable curves - is renowned for her positive take on body image, publicly shunning airbrushing. However, the Oscar-winning actress has previously confessed that she has worked hard to maintain this attitude.
"When I grew up, I never heard positive reinforcement about body image from any female in my life – I only heard negatives," she admitted during an episode of Running Wild With Bear Grylls.
Kate Winslet and Michael Fassbender star in upcoming film Steve Jobs
"That's very damaging, because then you're programmed as a young woman to immediately scrutinise yourself and how you look."
It's not the first time that the mother-of-three has spoken out about the way the media portrays women's bodies. In 2003 she famously addressed GQ magazine after they airbrushed a photoshoot she had starred in for them.
"The retouching is excessive," she said in a statement at the time. "I do not look like that and more importantly, I don't desire to look like that."
She added: "I actually have a Polaroid that the photographer gave me on the day of the shoot... I can tell you they've reduced the size of my legs by about a third. For my money it looks pretty good the way it was taken."