Nicole Kidman looks flawless on the red carpet during Cannes Film Festival

The 49-year-old actress looked striking in a black and white ensemble at the premiere of The Killing Of A Sacred Deer

Nicole Kidman worked a head-turning look on the red carpet on Monday evening during Cannes Film Festival. Arriving for the premiere of Yorgos Lanthimos’ horror film The Killing Of A Sacred Deer, in which she leads with fellow A-lister Colin Farrell, the striking 49-year-old looked positively radiant. The actress dressed her slim figure in a statement white organza tutu teamed with a black form-fitting bodice, showcasing her sculpted arms. A pair of patent black heels and silver studded earrings gave an extra wow-factor to her ensemble.

Nicole looked striking as she made her way to the premiere at Cannes Film Festival

Her long, glossy, strawberry-blonde hair was styled in a middle parting, while her delicate features were enhanced with natural make-up. Her large, blue eyes were highlighted with a touch of liner and layers of mascara, while her razor-sharp cheekbones stood out with a sweep of rose-hued blush. A pillar-box red matte lipstick finished off her awe-inspiring look.

Nicole looked ultra-cool in an embellished Armani Prive gown at the Oscars 

Nicole is no stranger to the red carpet, and never fails to look anything but fabulous. Earlier in the year at the 89th Academy Awards, the actress wore a breathtaking nude embellished Armani Privé gown from the designer’s spring-summer collection. Her hair was tied up into an intricate chignon and she wore dazzling Harry Winston earrings to complement her embellished dress.

Her stylist Julia von Boehm had previously praised Nicole for her fearless approach to fashion in an interview with the New York Times. "She's not going the safe road,'she said. ''When I see the shows, I think of them with two brains: my editorial brain and the Nicole brain. Sometimes they are one and the same.”

Of the actress’ slim physique, she added: We don't need to create a replica for her – she even fits into couture – which means I don't have to limit myself to just the celebrity pieces a designer offers. We can also be very much on point, and on time, with what's happening in fashion."

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