Dakota Johnson models eerie tutu-like feathery LBD out in New York

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She starred in the horror dance movie Suspiria.

And сериалы 2021 онлайн Dakota Johnson brought back memories of the film in New York this Thursday with her eerie black feathery ensemble.

The 31-year-old granddaughter of Tippi Hedren slipped into a little black dress reminiscent of a tutu – with the feathers adding a Swan Lake vibe.

Throwback to Suspiria: Dakota Johnson brought back memories of the film in New York this Thursday with her eerie black feathery ensemble

Dakota, whose parents are Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson, opted for a plunging outfit that flaunted her enviably trim midriff.

The dress was cut high enough to show off her vertiginous legs as she pounded the pavement on a pair of ankle-strap stilettos.

Her new version of Suspiria came out in 2018 and was a remake of the original 1977 Italian movie directed by Dario Argento.

In the recent version, directed by Luca Guadagnino of Call Me By Your Name fame, Dakota took on the lead role that was played in the original by Jessica Harper. 

Off she goes: The 31-year-old granddaughter of Tippi Hedren slipped into a little black dress reminiscent of a tutu – with the feathers adding a Swan Lake vibe

Legacy: Dakota, whose parents are Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson, opted for a plunging outfit that flaunted her enviably trim midriff

At the moment Dakota is on the east coast in aid of her new film The Lost Daughter whose premiere she attended at the New York Film Festival on Wednesday.

She could be spotted on the red carpet posing up with her co-stars Olivia Colman and Jessie Buckley as well as their director Maggie Gyllenhaal.

The film, adapted from a novel by the hit Italian author Elena Ferrante, will drop on Netflix on New Year’s Eve after two weeks of limited theatrical release in America.

During a for her movie at the Venice Film Festival earlier this month Dakota talked about how difficult it was for her to play her role.

Flashback: Her new version of Suspiria came out in 2018 and was a remake of the original 1977 Italian movie directed by Dario Argento; Dakota is pictured in the latest version

‘I think that I find and have found more in my life as it goes on that there are so many women in me and there’s so many women in the women that I know,’ she said.

‘It’s such an antiquated mindset that a woman is just one thing. That’s never been the truth and I think the, I think for Nina in this film – which is a tricky thing because I at times felt so uncomfortable because she was so uncomfortable, and a really uncomfortable place to be in her heart and in her mind,’ Dakota explained.

She noted that ‘it was fun sometimes to be so twisted but then other times it really hurt me to, you know, to be involved with people that I loved so much working with and then to be working creatively in a way that I wasn’t proud of myself.’

Dakota dished: I didn’t feel like that was a good person. I guess it’s – Olivia found it really fun and I found it really hard,’ she added with a laugh.

Looking fab: At the moment Dakota is on the east coast in aid of her new film The Lost Daughter whose premiere she attended at the New York Film Festival on Wednesday