Maya Hawke is royal in a sexy strapless yellow dress at the premiere of her new film Human Capital at the Toronto International Film Festival
If you are the daughter of Hollywood fixtures Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree in terms of style and charisma.
Breakout star Maya Hawke thanked the crowds at the Toronto International Film Festival on Tuesday, where she attended the premiere of her new film Human Capital.
The 21-year-old wore a magical and rather revealing yellow and blue dress for the event, which showed her chest and shoulders beautifully.
A vision in yellow and blue: Breakout star Maya Hawke begged the crowd at the Toronto film festival on Tuesday, where she attended the premiere of her new film Human Capital
Maya & # 39; s dress was reminiscent of parchment or yellowed newspaper from afar, with yellow and white hues that served as the basis for blue flower and plant motifs.
Her dress had a playful fringe on the low-cut neckline and hem.
In a delightful style movement, Hawke wore bold yellow eye shadow that matched the floor-length dress and joined the popular monochromatic makeup trend that is currently in vogue.
Maya chose to abandon most jewelry to make her dress the statement piece, apart from a few gold rings and a pair of earrings.
Make way: the 21-year-old wore a magical and rather revealing yellow and blue dress for the event
Interesting combination: the Hawke garment was laid in yellow and white tones with blue flowers and plant motifs
She wore her hair in a relaxed medium bob, with bangs.
Hawke has received much attention since her well-received turn as Robin in season three of Stranger Things, which premiered on Netflix on July 4 this year.
Also a singer, Maya has recently unveiled a video clip for her single To Love A Boy on YouTube.
A poetic look: Hawke's dress was reminiscent of parchment or yellowed newspaper from afar
The dress is the thing: the actress wore her hair in a relaxed medium bob, with bangs
Her new film Human Capital is a drama based on the book by Stephen Amidon, which tells the story of two suburban families who are fatally connected by a terrible accident.
Maya is part of a cast that consists of Liev Schrieber, Marisa Tomei, Alex Wolff, Betty Gabriel and Peter Sarsgaard.
Hawke also has two shorts in the making, as well as another feature called Mainstream.
That film, directed by Gia Coppola, will follow a love triangle.
An impressive cast: (L-R) Peter Sarsgaard, Betty Gabriel, director Marc Meyers, Maya Hawke, Alex Wolff and Liev Schreiber all attended the premiere for their film in Toronto
Palleting around: Maya cracked a smile next to her affectionate costar Alex Wolff
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