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Rooney Mara made sure to leave her mark at the Roman Film Festival premiere of Her on Sunday night, joined by her fashionable co-stars.
The 28-year-old chose a white lurex dress by Balenciaga, featuring an inneresting caplet looking top.
And to top it all off, she paired her organza-veiled frock with white Brian Atwood sandals, a slicked back half-up, half-down ‘do, and a red pout.
With such a bold ensem, we expected Rooney to ooze confidence, but it seems even she didn’t feel comfortable!
Ch-ch-checkout both of Rooney's Her looks in the gallery (below)!
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A black-and-white outfit from Rooney Mara? How shocking! LOLz!
The 28-year-old wore a Proenza Schouler dress featuring a black and silver foil print to the New York Film Festival closing-night presentation of her latest film, Her, on Saturday.
Though we've never seen her go for a frock with any silver, Rooney's option stayed in the same vein as her typical red carpet ensems.
We would have loved it if she chose a dress that was a bit more flattering to her slim physique. The pleather bodice looks AH-mazing, but the pleated skirt adds too much volume!
Rooney's favorite black Brian Atwood platforms and simple Jennifer Meyer rings completed her look.
We're definitely expecting her to do better next time!
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Rooney Mara is so talented and beautiful and awesome and, oh, did we mention beautiful?
Even dressed down in sweats and a comfy sweater, Rooney still looked gorgeous. Can't hide that pretty face under those Ray Ban shades!
She was heading through LAX after landing in sunny Cali.
And she had the cutest accessory ever with her: a furry handbag!
It was black, and soft looking, with big eyes and cute nose… wait… that's not a cool new bag! That's her doggy Oskar!!
Omg, he's just the cutest little pup everrrrr!
She's so lucky she gets to hold and cuddle him! We just wanna squeeze the little cutie!
Lookin' good, you two!
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You don't have to be psychic to have guessed that. If only the lottery were so predictable!
The 28-year-old Downtown spokesmodel looked chic despite giving us more of the same in a low-cut black dress that hit mid-calf and black heels with a V-shaped cut-out at the vamp.
There was no jewelry except for a slim thumb ring that we're really digging for some reason.
You do you, Rooney! Always!
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The Australian beauty donned a nude sheath dress by the label's designer Francisco Costa and paired it with black cap-toed nude pumps. The classic look was accented with a thin gold belt, gold watch, and vibrant chandelier earrings.
In contrast, Nicole's rowmate, Rooney, donned a black head-to-toe ensem. Shocking, right?
The face of Clavin Klein's newest fragrance, Downtown, covered up her slim bod in a textured black coat and a silk dress that was paired with open toe heeled sandals.
Continuing the line of sleek and simple was Bond girl Naomie, who showed off her figure and stayed on trend in a cream crop top and pencil skirt from the 2014 Resort collection.
Accessorizing with a black clutch, matching cream and gold belt, and platform wedges, Naomie looks completely put together.
Hmm…we sense a theme.
We wonder if the three decided beforehand on what to wear to make the front row look absolutely AH-Mazing for all the photos!
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Whoa, guys, Rooney Mara's face is GORGE! She doesn't even seem to be wearing any mascara in T magazine's latest issue and still her eyes are hypnotizing!
Like fellow brooder Robert Pattinson, the actress sticks to her patented stone-faced posing for the publication, wearing various menswear-inspired pieces by Celine and Commes des Garcons in some type of dark forest setting.
Pretty much what we expected!
In the shot (above), she's bundled up
We’re getting HOT just thinking about it! LOLz!!!
But the Ain’t Them Bodies Saints actress is keeping quiet about whether The Girl Who Played With Fire is going to get a fire lit under it AT ALL, saying about the existence of a script: