Fashion Anya Taylor-Joy Attended the 'Last Night in Soho' Premiere in a Plunging Metallic Gown Checkmate. 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 October 26, 2021 @ 08:58AM Pin Share Tweet Email Nobody does red carpets quite like Anya Taylor-Joy, and she continues to surprise us with her fashion choices. So her latest red carpet appearance for her film Last Night in Soho is no exception, as the actress wore a mesmerizing gown that was both futuristic and classic (a little foreshadowing of the film, perhaps). On Sunday, Taylor-Joy attended the premiere of her new psychological thriller film Last Night in Soho where she wore a stunning metallic gold dress with a massively plunging neckline that cut all the way down to her midsection. The pleated dress was belted in the waist with a gold rope before flowing into a full skirt embossed with a design that looked like arrows. Anya Taylor-Joy Isn't Resting on Her Laurels Getty Images The Queen's Gambit star accessorized with an enchanting emerald necklace and matching ring from the Tiffany & Co. 2021 Blue Book collection and wore her long blonde tresses in loose, Old Hollywood-esque curls. Anya Taylor-Joy Is Dior's Newest Fashion and Makeup Ambassador In our October cover story, Taylor-Joy recalled how strange it was to dive into her Last Night in Soho character, especially coming off of her film Emma. "The strangest thing about playing Sandy was I had finished Emma the day before," says Taylor-Joy. "To go from being in a corset, being very prim and proper, to suddenly being in a room where everyone's touching each other and I'm making out with this dude…I had to exorcise Emma very, very quickly." Taylor-Joy costars in the Edgar Wright film alongside Thomasin McKenzie in a 1960s and modern day London where she plays an aspiring singer with an ill-fated future who appears in the dreams of McKenzie's character. The movie hits U.S. theaters this Friday, October 29.