Her curves are the kind that inspire desire and envy but Christina Hendricks showed she can still turn heads on the red carpet this weekend, even while keeping covered.
The actress, 37, wore electrifying orange pants to the Outfest screening of her new film, Struck by Lightning.
The Mad Men star, appearing somewhat inspired by the 1950s, paired her bold slacks with a demure cream blouse and nude pumps, clasping a colourful geometric clutch in hand.
The look was on-trend with summer’s sought-after bold prints and patterns.
Christina, who is often seen pouring out of cleavage-baring dresses, looked more business woman than glamour queen at the LGBT film festival. Nevertheless, she carried it off.
Her make-up adding a healthy glow to her face, and framed by her warm red locks, made for a polished, professional look.
Christina’s co-stars, Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland and Weeds’ Allie Grant, were also on the red carpet.
Sarah wore competing orange-red in the form of a stylish fit and flare red dress paired with nude peep-toe pumps, on the red carpet, while Allie went for a white corseted dress with black accents.
Glee’s Chris Colfer was casual and cool in a striped button down, grey tie and dark denim.
The 22-year-old plays the lead role in the movie, which follows the story of a young man who, after being struck and killed by lightning, recounts why he blackmailed his classmates into contributing to his literary magazine.
The young star also wrote and executive produced the film.
Inside Hollywood’s John Anson Ford Amphitheatre, Chris was seen taking the stage, while Christina greeted fellow festival-goers, after upstaging her fellow actors in the fashion stakes.
The event culminated on Sunday with Alan Cumming in the spotlight, however.
Keep the Lights On, a drama about the ups and downs of a couple’s relationship, also won the Jury Award for Outstanding Screenwriting and for Outstanding Dramatic Feature.
The Audience Award for Outstanding First Dramatic Feature went to Mosquita Y Mari, whose star Fenessa Pineda, took home the Jury Award for Outstanding Actress for her role as a 15-year-old girl grappling with her attraction to another girl.
Outfest began in 1982, with only three movies in the festival, compared to the 147 this year.
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