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Sydney Sweeney Continues Her Style Hot Streak at “Madame Web”'s L.A. Premiere

We have never, ever been happier to see the 'Anyone But You' star on the red carpet

<p>FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty </p> Sydney Sweeney

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Sydney Sweeney

Sydney Sweeney brought the heat to the Madame Web red carpet.

At the Los Angeles premiere of the Sony Marvel movie on Monday, Sweeney, 26, wore a strapless corset gown.

The Euphoria star — whose Madame Web character Julia Carpenter can best be described as someone with a more preppy style — went in a different direction and stepped out in a dark and sultry look at the premiere.

<p>FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty</p> Sydney Sweeney

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Sydney Sweeney

The top half of Sweeney’s premiere gown was made with a structured boning and featured a nude and black color scheme. Black fabric was woven into intricate “web” designs with a nude underlay.

Starting just below her hips were layers of tassels, adding depth and dimension to her red carpet look.

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Her black manicured nails matched her gown, and while she opted out of a necklace, Sweeney wore a variety of silver rings on both hands.

Related: Sydney Sweeney Turns Heads in Body-Hugging Red Balmain Dress on The Tonight Show

The actress’s hair hung in loose curls with a side part, channeling old school Hollywood glamour. Her makeup was also minimal, with a soft pink lip, highlighting her natural features.

<p>FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty</p> Dakota Johnson and Sydney Sweeney

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Dakota Johnson and Sydney Sweeney

Madame Web also stars Dakota Johnson, Celeste O’Connor and Isabela Merced. The 26-year-old posed with her costars on the carpet.

<p>Frazer Harrison/Getty</p> sabela Merced, Sydney Sweeney and Celeste O'Connor

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sabela Merced, Sydney Sweeney and Celeste O'Connor

Sweeney continued the style hot streak she started while promoting her rom-com Anyone But You.

While promoting the R-rated romance, which also stars Glen Powell, the actress curated one of her most impressive outfit rotations to date (with the help of her stylist, Molly Dickson, of course).

Related: Everything to Know About Madame Web

<p>Getty (5)</p> Sydney Sweeney's N.Y.C. 'Anyone But You' press tour looks.

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Sydney Sweeney's N.Y.C. 'Anyone But You' press tour looks.

In just the 48 hours she spent New York City, Sweeney stepped out in 10 different high-fashion looks, spanning from preppy and casual to feminine and sultry.

Some of her most memorable N.Y.C. outfits included a chic wide-leg jean look, Schiaparelli turtleneck sweater and matching skirt, and a structured Monse suit, which she paired with a mesh corset.

She also wore a preppy black mini dress and knee-high socks while galavanting arm-in-arm through the city with costar Powell, 35.

Related: Glen Powell Says Anyone But You Costar Sydney Sweeney 'Is Very Easy to Pretend Fall in Love with'

<p>Dia Dipasupil/Getty</p> Sydney Sweeney at the N.Y.C. premiere of 'Anyone But You.'

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Sydney Sweeney at the N.Y.C. premiere of 'Anyone But You.'

Then, at the N.Y.C. premiere of Anyone but You on Dec. 11, Sweeney stole the show in a transparent Miu Miu gown embellished with stunning raindrop crystal details.

The actress shimmered in the custom dress — and Fred Leighton onyx and diamond pendant platinum earrings — while smiling and laughing with Powell on the red carpet.

Shortly after, she shined once again at the film’s Australian premiere in another sheer ‘fit — a Givenchy Spring Summer 2024 outfit complete with a draped, open-back top and matching skirt.

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Madame Web, directed by SJ Clarkson, is in theaters Feb. 14.

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