The Marie Claire cover girl gives us a serious case of wardrobe envy when she steps out to promote her latest movie Good Kill at the Tribeca Film Festival with co-stars Ethan Hawke and Zoe Kravitz
January Jones made sure that all eyes were on her at the premiere of Good Kill this weekend.
The actress looked sensational when she walked the Tribeca Film Festival red carpet to promote her latest movie wearing a very daring cream jumpsuit by Prabal Gurung.
Combining smart with sexy, January’s low-cut all-in-one featured tuxedo-style lapels and racy sheer panels on either side.
The 37-year-old accessorised the show-stopping designer piece with a pair of pointed nude courts.
She centre-parted her blonde hair before twisting it into glossy old Hollywood-inspired waves and painted her lips with a neutral shade.
January was joined at the event by co-stars Zoe Kravitz and Ethan Hawke, who were both just as keen to show off their sartorial style.
Zoe, 26, slipped on a strapless leather bodycon, while 44-year-old Ethan opted for a dapper grey two-piece and patent lace-ups.
It seems as though January is loving the revival of the one-piece trend this season – she donned an equally stylish set of overalls for a Q&A session with her castmates the previous day.
But favouring something a little more understated on this occasion, the cut was baggy and the fabric was decorated with a pinstripe print.
A biker jacket and cut-out monochrome heeled sandals added an effortlessly cool finishing touch.
In Good Kill, January plays the long-suffering wife of an Air Force drone pilot whose job is to remotely kill terrorists thousands of miles away from a base in Nevada.
January was thrilled to have the chance to work as Ethan’s parnter, having described him as ‘my biggest crush as a little girl.’
In fact it was one of Ethan’s first films, White Fang, that made her want to pursue a career in acting. January watched the Disney flick at a sleepover as a youngster and was totally bowled over.
‘I was weeping and felt utterly powerless,’ the Marie Claire cover girl reveals in our May 2015 issue.
‘I wanted to have that power to make people cry or laugh. I just thought that was such a cool thing.’