Christina Ricci turned heads as she attended the 25th Costume Designers Guild Awards in Los Angeles last night.
The actress, 43, wowed in a plunging burgundy gown as she posed on the red carpet ahead of the star-studded ceremony.
Her elegant, long-sleeved dress featured gold bird detailing down the centre, as well as a thigh split created by artfully placed draping.
She finished off her look with a sleek bob hairstyle, a simple gold chain necklace and burgundy platform heels.
Ricci, who arrived at the event alongside her husband Mark Hampton, was there to present an award on stage.
The Netflix series Wednesday that she stars in was also one of the night's winners, with the show's costume designers Colleen Atwood and Mark Sutherland being awarded.
Other stars in attendance at the Fairmont Century Plaza included fellow actresses Cate Blanchett and Angela Bassett.
Last November Ricci – who played Wednesday Addams in the iconic 1992 film The Addams Family – revealed to The Sunday Times' Style magazine that becoming a mother healed her "upset" and "pain" at childhood fame.
She also discussed her love of fashion, enthusing, "It's an art form for me, I love seeing the collections."
Ricci explained that she had "learnt to be a little bit more intelligent about my investments," adding, "I don't buy a ton of fashion. There are certain things that I have collected, certain bags." She admitted that she had "quite a Chanel-handbag collection for a while, but I sold a lot of things."
Motherhood proved a delight to Ricci, who gave birth to a son Freddie in 2014 with her now-ex-husband James Heerdegen, who she split with in 2020.
In 2021, Ricci married her second husband Hampton, a Welsh hairdresser, after the couple met on a shoot.
Then, in December of that year, she gave birth to their daughter Cleopatra at the age of 41.
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