Sydney Sweeney made a daring fashion statement over the weekend at a photocall for her new film Reality.
The 25-year-old Euphoria star showed off her trim, fit figure in a black blazer with revealing cutouts.
The Spokane, Washington native — who’s on a press tour in Berlin, Germany — bared her cleavage, midriff, and most of her back in the look.
The jacket was embellished with intricate stones, beads, and fringe that covered its lower half.
The fashionista added a pair of long, flared matching trousers that were set low on her hips.
Bold look: Sydney Sweeney made a daring fashion statement over the weekend at a photocall for her new film Reality
Sydney, whose career has soared in the past several years, pulled her light brown hair into a chic updo.
The locks were slicked back with a precise center part and arranged in a low chignon at the back of her head.
The beauty left a thin, delicate strand out at the front, letting it fall to one side of her face.
Her visage was brought to life with soft, understated makeup that saw her cheeks contoured.
Sydney’s eyelids were accentuated with winged black liquid eyeliner and she flaunted lashes elongated with dark mascara.
The in-demand entertainer, who’s engaged to businessman Jonathan Davino, finished the look with a moisturizing pink lip stain.
The talented actress played up her edgy look by covering just one ear with a stack of gunmetal gray hoops in varying sizes.
She rocked a short, nude manicure as she confidently walked the event’s step-and-repeat on Saturday.
Stunning: The 25-year-old Euphoria star showed off her trim, fit figure in a black blazer with revealing cutouts
Flashing skin: The Spokane, Washington native bared her cleavage, midriff, and most of her back in the look
Elegant: Sydney, whose career has soared in the past several years, pulled her light brown hair into a chic updo
Reality is based on true events that took place in the life of a woman named Reality Winner in 2017.
On June 3, Reality, a 25-year-old former Air Force linguist, was surprised by the FBI at her home in Augusta, Georgia.
She was interrogated and eventually charged with leaking evidence of Russian interference in the U.S. election of Donald Trump to the online whistleblower site The Intercept.
Reality was sentenced to five years and three months in prison, the longest federal sentence ever ordered for the unauthorized release of government information to the media.
The film itself is just an hour and a half of the interrogation that took place at her home.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the beauty talked about what it was like playing the role of Reality.
Sizzling: The jacket was embellished with intricate stones, beads, and fringe that covered its lower half
Beauty: Her visage was brought to life with soft, understated makeup that saw her cheeks contoured
Personable: Sweeney flirted with the cameras as she blew a kiss to the flashing shutters
Detail: The beauty left a thin, delicate strand of hair out at the front, letting it fall to one side of her face
Group shot: Marchánt Davis, Sydney, Tina Satter and Josh Hamilton posed for a picture
‘I definitely felt the weight of the importance of every word and every moment that was shared between these characters, because Reality had lived a life before this.
‘We show this very incredible snapshot of a moment and from my conversations with Reality, I filled it in,’ she dished.
She went on to say: ‘So when you meet this character on screen, you meet Reality.
‘You just meet her for this one day in her life, but you can get a sense of who she is, where she came from, what’s going on in her mind as she’s trying to figure out what to say to these FBI agents.’
The film was directed by Tina Satter, who wrote the Broadway play Is This A Room, which was also about the interrogation of Reality Winner.
Satter also wrote the script for the film alongside James Paul Dallas.