Eva Green puts on an edgy display in a black asymmetrical dress as she jokes around with co-star Zelie Boulant at Proxima premiere at the San Sebastian Film Festival

She's known for her incredible turns in Penny Dreadful and Casino Royale.

And Eva Green is set to dazzle in another leading role in sci-fi drama Proxima, which she promoted at the 67th San Sebastian Film Festival in the Spanish city on Saturday.

The French actress, 39, put on an edgy display in a black asymmetrical dress, which had a plunging sweetheart necklace that showed off a glimpse of her cleavage.

Glamorous: Eva Green put on an edgy display in a black asymmetrical dress as she arrived for the Proxima premiere at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain on Friday

Glamorous: Eva Green put on an edgy display in a black asymmetrical dress as she arrived for the Proxima premiere at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain on Friday

Eva cinched her outfit at the waist with two black belts, and the ensemble had a chic peplum-skirt lining for a glamorous flair. 

She boosted her statuesque figure in a pair of black wedge heels, while the French beauty kept her accessories to a minimum so all eyes stayed on her dress.

The Dumbo star wore her raven tresses in glamorous waves that cascaded over her shoulder, while she wore a natural palette of make-up. 

Eva was joined at the event by her young co-star Zelie Boulant, who she picked up into her arms in one fell swoop.

Joker: Eva was joined at the event by her young co-star Zelie Boulant, who she picked up into her arms in one fell swoop

Joker: Eva was joined at the event by her young co-star Zelie Boulant, who she picked up into her arms in one fell swoop 

Gorgeous: The French actress' outfit had a plunging sweetheart necklace that showed off a glimpse of her cleavage
Looking good: Eva wore smokey eye shadow

Gorgeous: The French actress' outfit had a plunging sweetheart necklace that showed off a glimpse of her cleavage

Be edgy like Eva wearing Alexander McQueen

Alor!

Eva Green channelled her inner (and past) Bond girl for the premiere of Proxima at the San Sebastian Film Festival.

The actress chose to wear an Alexander McQueen dress. Celebrity stylist Nicky Yates teamed the outfit with black and gold wedges with thick ankle strap.

We are loving this gothic vibe!

To compliment Eva's fair skin and dark tousled hair, the McQueen number has a nod to edgy style, whilst keeping the feminine details such as frills and sweetheart neckline.

The white stitching and asymmetric frill hem lets us know immediately this is designer.

Unfortunately Eva's dress isn't available to buy as it's probably bespoke, but we have included a very similar McQueen dress below.

Whilst you're there, check out our other contrast stitch options to channel this rock chic style, le french way.

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Dream team: Eva and Zelie were joined by film director Alice Winocour at the event

Dream team: Eva and Zelie were joined by film director Alice Winocour at the event

Beaming: Eva appeared to be in good spirits as she picked up Zelie off the ground

Beaming: Eva appeared to be in good spirits as she picked up Zelie off the ground

Proxima sees Eva take on the role of astronaut Sarah, who prepares for a one-year mission aboard the International Space Station as the film also examines her bond with her daughter. 

Recently, Eva voiced her 'insecurities' about ageing because she explained acting 'depends on the desire for people'.

The former Bond Girl explained she's tired of hearing women say they are 'more confident' as they age when growing older can actually be 'difficult'.

Stunning: The Dumbo star wore her raven tresses in glamorous waves that cascaded over her shoulder, while she wore a natural palette of make-up
Press junket: Eva looked stoic as she spoke to press at the premiere

 Stunning: The Dumbo star wore her raven tresses in glamorous waves that cascaded over her shoulder, while she wore a natural palette of make-up

Stylish: Eva cinched her outfit at the waist with two black belts, and the ensemble had a chic peplum-skirt lining for a glamorous flair
Having a good time: Eva, Zelie and Alice held hands as they walked to the premiere

Stylish: Eva cinched her outfit at the waist with two black belts, and the ensemble had a chic peplum-skirt lining for a glamorous flair

Sweet: The actress wrapped her arm around her young co-star

Sweet: The actress wrapped her arm around her young co-star

She told The ES Magazine in March: 'There is always that insecurity [about aging]. You depend on the desire of people.

'I read interviews with women going [smug voice], “Oh, I’m soooo confident now I am in my 30s or in my 40s, I have found myself."

'Well, actually, pfft, it is difficult for an actor, or for any woman, ageing. You think, my God, will people still like me? I’ll be in my 40s soon but I always feel like I am 15.’

Towering: Eva boosted her statuesque figure in a pair of black wedge heels, while the French beauty kept her accessories to a minimum so all eyes stayed on her dress

Towering: Eva boosted her statuesque figure in a pair of black wedge heels, while the French beauty kept her accessories to a minimum so all eyes stayed on her dress

Drama: Proxima sees Eva take on the role of astronaut Sarah, who prepares for a one-year mission aboard the International Space Station and also examines her bond with her daughter

Drama: Proxima sees Eva take on the role of astronaut Sarah, who prepares for a one-year mission aboard the International Space Station and also examines her bond with her daughter

Farewell: Eva waved to fans as the trio departed the premiere

Farewell: Eva waved to fans as the trio departed the premiere

Supportive: Eva looked happy as she watched her co-star and director get their photos taken

Supportive: Eva looked happy as she watched her co-star and director get their photos taken

Eva Green puts on an edgy display at Proxima premiere at the San Sebastian Film Festival

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