It may make me just a wee bit fickle, but I tend to have a new celebrity style crush every other week. I mean, sure, I’ve got my long-running, never-disappearing obsession with ladies like Diane Kruger, Rose Byrne, and Zoe Saldana, of course, but I also make a habit of forming fashion-loving flings with up-and-coming style stars like Dakota Johnson, Lily Collins, and The Wolf of Wall Street actress Margot Robbie. The latest in my string of sometimes-fleeting style crushes: Nicola Peltz, the stunning, 19-year-old star of the new Transformers film.
The actress, who you may recognize from the A&E series Bates Motel , is a breathtaking blonde bombshell who not only stuns with her beautiful figure and flawless face, but who also seems to possess an innate sense of poise and grace on the red carpet. And while you may just assume she’s a Megan Fox 2.0, a trio of her most recent looks from the Transformers: Age of Extinction press tour proves the breakthrough star has some major skills in the style department.
Hitting the action flick’s world premiere red carpet in Hong Kong, Peltz was an absolute vision in her icy blue Prada column gown. Featuring a jewel-encrusted neck and waistline, along with a seriously sexy cutout, the number managed to look all class and not one bit provocative.
The actress did turn up the sex appeal, however, when she showed up to the premiere’s after party later on Thursday evening. Sporting a leather Alexander Wang crop top, lace-overlay Dolce & Gabbana skirt, basic black pumps, and barely-there makeup, Peltz proved she can do seductive just as flawlessly as she does sweet.
Going the polished-yet-glam route once again, Peltz then hit a photo call in Hong Kong on Friday morning wearing a simple white slip dress that featured wave detailing and a sheer hem. Pairing the look with nothing but crisp white pumps and wavy locks, the up-and-coming actress showed she has all the makings of a well-dressed leading lady.
The best part of this whole situation: The Transformers promo tour has only just kicked off, which means there's plenty more fabulous fashion where this came from. Or, at least, that's what we'll all cross our fingers for, right?