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Jennifer Connelly rocks bold blue coat at Only the Brave premiere

The actress wore a Louis Vuitton coat


Jennifer Connelly rocked at bold blue coat at the premiere of Only the Brave on Sunday night. The actress stars as Amanda Marsh in the upcoming movie, a drama based on the elite crew of firefighters who battled the Yarnell Hill Fire, a wildfire in Yarnell, Arizona in 2013, that claimed the lives of 19 members of their team.

Celebrating the launch of the film in West Hollywood, Jennifer stood out as she walked the red carpet, sporting a white silk minidress and light blue jacquard coat from Louis Vuitton's recently unveiled spring/summer 2018 collection. The 46-year-old ramped up her look with the addition of black high heel sandals and natural make-up, including a swipe of rose-pink lipstick.

Jennifer wasn't the only celebrity to make a statement in jacquard at the bash, with 16-year-old Isabela Moner also donning a black and gold floral dress made from the fabric. The Transformers: The Last Knight star matched her attire with a sparkly black clutch purse and embellished high heels from Dolce & Gabbana.

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Actress Nina Dobrev showed her support for the movie too, and turned heads at the event in a strapless dress made of burgundy and bronze fabric which featured bright orange stitching around the hem.

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The men of Only the Brave put in the effort as well. Miles Teller, who portrays Brendan McDonough, wore a smart suit to the screening, while his model fiancee Keleigh Sperry looked glamorous in a dark green panelled dress covered in floral patterns and embroidery. And Josh Brolin, who plays Eric "Supe" Marsh, sported a classic grey suit and white shirt, while his co-star Jeff Bridges, who takes on the part of Duane Steinbrink, wore a navy three-piece number.

Actors Taylor Kitsch, Scott Haze, and James Badge Dale also attended the premiere, as did director Joseph Kosinski and musician Dierks Bentley.

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