Meryl Streep dazzles in sheer monochromatic dress

Dec 07, 2021
Meryl Streep rocked a monochromatic mod ensamble for the premier of her upcoming film Don't Look Up. Source: Getty.

Meryl Streep, 72, has once again shown the world that she is the ultimate fashion icon who walks her own path as she stepped onto the red carpet premiere of the comedy Don’t Look Up in New York City. 

The glamorous 21-time Oscar-nominated actress was unmatched in her classy monochromatic 60s mod look as she posed with cast members of the upcoming film, billed as a “disaster comedy”, flashing her dazzling smile to the paparazzi. 

The Mamma Mia actress had opted for a sixties inspired look for the evening, wearing a sheer black disc dress with high slits up the sides. 

Understated glamour: Meryl Streep brought a sense of fun to the world premiere of her new disaster comedy Don’t Look Up on Sunday evening. Source: Getty.

Staying true to her ever-classy self, Streep layered her garment over a black turtleneck mini dress with a pair of sheer black tights. She tied her look together with simple black platform heels and a square black clutch. 

Streep looked absolutely radiant with her light makeup of light pink rouge on her cheeks, and effortless up-do. To add more personality to her style, Streep accessories with black cat-eye glasses and diamond-shaped dangling earrings. 

Streep was the definition of timeless beauty as she showed off her radiant skin with light make-up. Source: Getty.

Streep was seen sharing laughs with co-stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, who play two low-level astronomers who go on a giant media tour to warn mankind about an approaching comet that will destroy planet Eart. 

In the movie, Streep plays the President of the United States, whose character has been described as “self-centred” and cares more about her own image than running the country. 

Don’t Look Up is set for a limited theatrical release on December 10 and will be released on Netflix on December 24.

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