Dakota Johnson dazzles at 2017 Green Carpet Fashion Awards

The actress wore an eye-catching Gucci dress

Dakota Johnson dazzled in a structured gown at the 2017 Green Carpet Fashion Awards on Sunday night. The Fifty Shades Darker star showcased her incredible figure in the eye-catching Gucci dress as she posed on the green carpet at the event, held as part of Milan Fashion Week.

The 27-year-old highlighted her cleavage in the ensemble, which featured Madonna-esque diamond details to protect her modesty. Under the starburst-inspired top, Dakota's dress featured sheer, ruched black fabric with diamante detailing, which was cinched in at the waist with a thin crystal-encrusted belt before falling into a full skirt.


Dakota Johnson wore a dazzling Gucci dress to the 2017 Green Carpet Fashion Awards

Complementing her look, Dakota wore her hair simple and loose and kept her make-up classic with a gentle smoky eye and rose-pink lip. As a Gucci brand ambassador, the actress was on hand to celebrate the luxury label's executives being presented with the Supply Chain Innovation award.

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But Dakota wasn't the only famous face to attend the Green Carpet Fashion Awards, as Zoe Saldana also made an appearance and went for a bold look in her lilac Armani Prive Couture gown.

The mother-of-three looked as chic as ever in her ruffled purple dress, which may have looked too voluminous if not on such a petite frame. Showing off her enviably toned arms in the dress, Zoe completed her look with strappy silver heels, and followed in Dakota's footsteps by going for a simple approach with her hair and make-up.

The Star Trek star was joined on the green carpet by her husband Marco Perego, who looked smart in a white shirt and black suit jacket as he pulled his wife in for an intimate embrace.

Other stars at the awards included Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, who opted for a co-ordinating sequinned skirt and top.

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