'How to Be Single' Stars Bring Style A-Game to N.Y. Premiere
There was lots of sparkle with a couple of boob grabs on the red carpet.
The leading ladies of How to Be Single showcased their distinctive styles at the film's New York premiere on Wednesday night, stepping out in everything from chic modern minis (Alison Brie) to boho-glam gowns (Dakota Johnson) to red-hot bodycons with a hint of sparkle (Rebel Wilson).
PRETTY LADIES: Dakota Johnson in Saint Laurent, Leslie Mann in Marchesa, and Rebel Wilson in Torrid. (Photos: Getty Images)
Queen of the free spirits, Johnson was lovely as ever in a drapey Saint Laurent gown with bell sleeves and silver beaded flower embellishments. The actress counteracted the nude chiffon number with a pop of coral lipstick, flashy silver shadow and extensions styled in a windswept half-up 'do.
Comedienne Leslie Mann opted for a bold, lace and feather look by Marchesa, which she rocked with a primrose pink lip that echoed the flirty skirt's pink hue. A sleek updo, Irene Neuwirth jewelry and Christian Louboutin pumps topped off the statement dress.
Pitch Perfect alum Rebel Wilson also picked a wow-worthy dress, arriving in a bright red custom Torrid bodycon — perhaps a new look from her collaboration with the label? Bombshell blonde waves and matchy-matchy Casadei pumps rounded her sexy look.
MONSE MINI: Alison Brie in Monse at the premiere of How to Be Single. (Photos: Getty Images)
Alison Brie pulled off a daring black mini by Monse for a chic, modern look. Shirt sleeves that tied in the back added a touch of drama, which she accented with a warm smokey eye and sleek, deep-parted low bun.
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But the show-stopping fashion wasn't the only thing that held our attention. The lovely ladies — who clearly became close friends while filming — got a bit handsy with each other while posing for photos at the premiere. Because there's nothin' like a red-carpet boob squeeze, right Leslie?
MANN HANDLED: Leslie Mann goes for the grab at the premiere of How to Be Single. (Photo: Getty Images)