Mia Wasikowska Dons Elie Saab, Roland Mouret and Christopher Kane – ‘Stoker’ Premieres

Australian actress Mia Wasikowska, notably known for her role as Alice in the film Alice in Wonderland, staring Johnny Depp, is back with a new movie, Stoker.  The fairytale fantasy/psycho-thriller, also staring Nicole Kidman, Dermot Mulroney and Matthew Goode, comes to theaters nationwide tomorrow, March 1.

For the past few weeks however, the Mia, along with her co-stars have been touring the world and hosting premieres and photocalls for press and fans.  We’ve gathered four looks worn by the actress that are simply stellar.  She gets extra points for the blunt bang and bob combo she’s sporting at the premieres.

Mia Wasikowska on Stoker Promotion Tour

We’ll start with Mia’s most recent looks.  She wore a stunning red knee length cocktail dress by Elie Saab last night at the New York City premiere of the film.  The elbow length sleeves and keyhole detail make this look simple and elegant.  She paired the look with black Jimmy Choo pumps and pink cheeks and lips.

Earlier in the day, Mia made an appearance at Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to talk about her new movie.  She wore a stunning black and grey color-blocked dress, also by Elie Saab for the occasion.  The folded peplum style is flattering on her figure.  This dress would be the perfect date night or even an interview dress, just add a cropped blazer for the interview.

For the Seoul, South Korea red carpet and VIP press event, Mia wore a pink and purple Roland Mouret Navona dress.  The knee length frock with strategic color-blocking detail really accentuated her shape and elongated her body a bit. She accessorized with Rupert Sanderson pointed toe pumps.

For the London screening, Mia wore a simple black-and-blue velvet Christopher Kane dress with a peter-pan collar.  She accessorized with black opaque tights and black suede pumps.

Photos: Getty Images

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