Olivia Wilde is known for championing environmental causes as well as passion projects that help lift children out of poverty, but don’t be fooled into thinking the wide-eyed beauty takes her red carpet style lightly. On Monday evening in New York, Wilde showcased her unmatched ability to wear just about anything at a screening of her latest film, Meadowland, inside the Museum of Modern Art.
So what exactly caught everyone’s attention? The proud mother and actress channeled the ‘70s in a black Michael Kors jumpsuit that showed off her toned body. To contrast the sheer, plunging neckline of the piece’s shiny top half, she rocked a half-parted, wavy ‘do along with a natural looking beauty look that featured a light layer of blue eye shadow. The flared shape of the jumper’s lower portion was a perfect floor length, and Wilde rocked a small selection of gilded accessories, like a delicate nameplate necklace, and a black and gold clutch.
The event was hosted by legendary director Martin Scorsese and Wilde was in awe of the screening’s guests, which included Meadowland director Reed Morano. “Proudest moment of my professional life. My two favorite directors, Martin Scorsese and @reedmorano, at a screening of @meadowlandfilm, hosted by Marty himself,” she wrote alongside a charming Instagram shot of the talented trio. “I can retire now. Bye, I’ll just be on the beach selling beer now.”
Wilde may joke about retiring, but we can’t wait to watch the actress continue to slay Hollywood.