Actress Andrea Riseborough was the talk of the London Film Festival on Tuesday when she hit the red carpet for her film The Death of Stalin sporting an eye-catching '60s-inspired look. From her platinum hair, striking makeup, and statement Dauphin earring to her crystal-encrusted, sun-embellished Schiaparelli Couture minidress, every inch of her mod look was a talking point. But it wasn't just her outfit that got people's attention. Earlier in the day, Andrea spoke out about inappropriate sexual behaviour in Hollywood. "Sexual inappropriacy in my industry? Absolutely. Almost every week," she said, when asked by 5 News whether she had firsthand experience. "It makes it so difficult sometimes to get out of bed because you have to feel like you bolster yourself." She went on to say she hopes that recent events will be a "catalyst for change", and that's something she's at the forefront of. When she's not acting or rocking couture, Andrea runs a production company, Mother Sucker, which has women at the head of every department.
Andrea Riseborough Just Took Us Back to the '60s With Her Mod Look
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