The Walking Dead Premiere: Femme Fatales

While perusing a few fashion sites for the latest celebrity looks, I came across photos of The Walking Dead Season 5 red carpet premiere, and was amazed at how well they clean up when off camera. Even better than their clean cut looks, polished coiffes and perfect makeup were the fashion for both male and female actors. Just take a look at this photo showing Andrew Lincoln (Rick), Norman Reedus (Daryl) and Lauren Cohan (Maggie).

Courtesy of US Weekly
Courtesy of US Weekly

Cohan stole everyone’s thunder with her stunning vixen look in a plunging neck red Zimmermann dress and gold Brian Atwood heels.

Courtesy of US Weekly
Courtesy of US Weekly

Danai Gurira (Michonne) wore a fabulous pink striped asymmetrical A-line dress from Christian Siriano with Giuseppe Zanotti pumps and a bronze Rauwolf clutch.

Christian Serratos
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Christian Serratos (Rosita) wore a sultry black Pinup Girl dress with a Prada clutch.

Alanna Masterson The Walking Dead Season 5 Premiere 04 662x937 Alanna Masterson   The Walking Dead’ Season 5 LA Premiere
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Alanna Masterson wore a beautiful silk watercolor dress by Christopher Bu paired with black and white ankle booties.

Emily Kinney
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Emily Kinney (Beth) wore a quite cute blush mini dress with lace overlay print by Three Floor and Rebecca Minkoff black sandal heels.

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The cast looks stellar – almost unrecognizable without all the mud, grime and blood usually covering them during shooting.

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