January Jones has been experimenting with her style recently, and showed off another stunning new look at the Costume Designers Guild Awards on Tuesday. The actress looked red hot in a scarlet long sleeved jumpsuit with an asymmetric neckline and complementing make-up.
January set off the bold and beautiful look with matching red lipstick and a light shimmering eyeshadow. Her normally wavy blonde tresses were parted in the centre and styled into tight corkscrew curls.
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Mad Men actress showed off a new beauty look on Tuesday
The 37-year-old joined her Mad Men co-stars Kiernan Shipka, Matthew Weiner and Jamie Bryant for the event at The Beverly Hilton Hotel. The TV show was nominated for Outstanding Period/ Fantasy Television Series at the annual awards, which celebrate excellence in film, television and commercial costume design.
January appears to be having fun with her style in recent weeks. Her appearance on Tuesday was noticeably different from the Directors Guild of America awards earlier in the month, where she stepped out in a masculine Sandro suit with retro waves and pink lip gloss.
The mother-of-one also favoured a more low-key look for the FOX winter TCA All-Star party in January, where she stepped out in a neutral striped Herve Leger dress with loose wavy hair.
The actress stunned in a bold red jumpsuit
Other stars at Tuesday's event include comedienne Mindy Kaling, Michelle Monaghan and Angelina Jolie's father Jon Voight. Shameless star Emmy Rossum graced the red carpet in a flowing maxi dress with a slicked back bun, while Naomi Watts wore a chic white dress to be presented with the Lacoste Spotlight award.
Boyhood actress Patricia Arquette also attended to present the film's director and producer Richard Linklater with the Distinguished Collaborator award in recognition of his support of costume design and creative partnerships with costume designers.
The pair will be hoping to continue their awards success at the Oscars on Sunday, where Boyhood is nominated for eight Oscars in six categories, including Best Director for Richard and Best Supporting Actress for Patricia.