Celebrity Lily James Lily James Wore a Sheer, Plunging Harness Gown at the 'Pam & Tommy' Finale Screening Later, she changed into a latex dress with a keyhole cutout. By Tessa Petak Tessa Petak Instagram Tessa Petak is a Brooklyn-based writer who helps to cultivate InStyle's illustrious news coverage across a wide range of topics including celebrity, fashion, and entertainment. She also produces and composes celebrity profiles and features for the site and InStyle's digital issues. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on March 9, 2022 @ 08:53AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Getty Images Lily James first grabbed our attention when she transformed into Baywatch star Pamela Anderson last year on the set of the Hulu miniseries Pam & Tommy. Now, she's turning heads at the finale screening in Los Angeles in a super-sexy gown. On Tuesday night, the actress arrived at the event in a see-through, gold sequined dress with a plunging neckline. The backless number by Roberto Cavalli was accompanied by a matching harness that buckled around Lily's midsection and neck. She let the dress do the talking with very minimal accessories, save for some dainty earrings. The look was completed with metallic gold pumps and a tight, high ponytail. Following the screening, Lily slipped into a skintight black latex dress with an asymmetric keyhole cutout to join her co-stars Sebastian Stan and Seth Rogen at an afterparty. She paired the belted dress with statement earrings and embellished black heels. Getty Images How Lily James and Sebastian Stan Transformed Into Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee The show's makeup department, lead David Williams, previously shared some insight with us about achieving Lily's identical transformation into Anderson — which, for him, started with recreating her famous brows. "We had a number of pieces on hand at all times to make sure that those brows were perfect every day," he said. "And in order to get the placement right, the makeup team would literally draw on the brows for placement and then those lace pieces were glued on top." The special effects designer Jason Collins added that a prosthetic forehead was key. "When studying pictures of Pam from different directions I was able to surmise that we needed to do something in order to give us something that would bring her hairline back about half an inch because Pam had much more real estate from where her brows arched to where her hairline began," Collins told InStyle.