Most women have to rely on Spanx and a prayer when wearing a tight frock on a night out But Katie Holmes had her own personal valet on hand as she brought the glamour to the red carpet at the Tribeca Film Festival on Monday night.
The actress was dressed to thrill in her form-fitting deep maroon off-the-shoulder satin gown, which featured an unusual winged waist design and hit just below the knee, paired with classic stilettos in the perfect matching hue And as well as the flashing bulbs, she received plenty of attention from the designer of her gown – Zac Posen, who seemed to be on hand for most of the night to fix Katie’s frock.
The designer was Katie Holmes date for the evening, proudly accompanying her down the red carpet on her big night.But the proud designer, a favourite of the A-list and Michelle Obama, couldn’t resist the odd adjustment to the actress’s dress as she posed for pictures at the event Katie takes on the lead role in the drama Miss Meadows, as a prim and proper elementary school teacher who moonlights as a vigilante, alongside James Badge Dale and Australian actor Callan Mulvey.
The single mom looked ravishing, with her long dark brown tresses styled in a messy, worn ‘do, her pretty features framed by a long fringe that was parted at the centre She opted for a minimal make-up look, with only her eyes played up with a deep purple hue, her cheeks and pout left in their natural state.
The 33-year-old looked dapper in a smart grey three-piece suit, paired with a matching tie, white shirt and black shoes ‘Katie my lady.(for the evening!!)’ he tweeted as the pair made their way to the event, held at New York’s SVA Theater The previous night, the mom-of-one lent her support to the Boulevard premiere.
Which was also part of the Tribeca Film Festival, rocking a decidedly more dressed-down look as she didn’t appear in the film herself But for her own special evening, it was clear that the former Dawson’s Creek star pulled out all the stops to ensure all eyes were trained on her Also making an appearance at the premiere was co-star James Badge Dale.
Who was the perfect blend of smart-casual in dark grey dress pants that were a little too long and a matching waistcoat, a white shirt that was unbuttoned at the collar and rolled at the sleeves and scruffy well-worn black shoes that have certainly seen better days.The 35-year-old New Yorker wore his dark mane long, slicked back from his face with a heavy helping of gel, while he sported well-groomed facial hair.