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Suki Waterhouse's Army-Green Dress and '70s-Inspired Hair Make for a Highly Chic Combo

The actress wore a look from David Koma's Fall 2017 collection to the premiere of her new film, "The Bad Batch."

Suki Waterhouse is many things: actress, model, Bradley Cooper ex, excellent eyebrow haver and millennial-pink bag purveyor. She also happens to have great personal style, which was on full display at the Monday evening premiere of her new film, "The Bad Batch," in Los Angeles. For the event, Waterhouse chose an army-green cutout dress from David Koma's Fall 2017 collection, which she paired with simple, black, open-toe, ankle-strap pumps.

There's a lot going on with the dress itself — deep V, peek-through bralette, tassels, major leg slits — so Waterhouse's choice to forgo flashy jewelry and accessories was a solid one. 

The look was styled by power duo Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn, with hair by Gregory Russell and makeup by Vincent Oquendo. And while we're on the subject of hair and makeup, let's take a closer look, shall we?

Having served as a brand ambassador for Burberry Beauty and, more recently, Laura Mercier, Waterhouse is no stranger to a killer beauty look. She has cultivated something of a signature, often offsetting her dark brows with a cat-eye flick and pale nude lips, as was the case for Monday's event. To complement the toughness of the army-green-and-buckled look, Russell brought buoyant softness to the hair, which he called a "'70s glam" style. 

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