Jenna Coleman offered a fall dressing class on Sunday when she stepped out in London for a screening of director Denis Villeneuve’s remake of Dune.
The Doctor Who star, 35, paired a striking gray coat with stylish black heeled boots as she stepped into the capital.
Jenna wore her shiny dark brown hair down and wore her coat over an ankle-length black dress and crisp white shirt.
Chic: Jenna Coleman, 35, offered a fall dressing lesson on Sunday when she stepped out in London for a screening of director Denis Villeneuve’s remake of Dune
Stylish: The Doctor Who star paired a striking gray coat with stylish black heeled boots as she stepped into the capital
Also out on the weekend were actors Tom Hiddleston, Irish movie star Fiona Shaw, photographer Misan Harriman, actress Fuchsia Sumner, Minnie Driver, Edith Bowman and entrepreneur Sally Greene.
Jenna also posed for photographers with actress Margaret Clunie, who wore a beautiful floral dress.
Margaret, 34, is best known for her role in ITV’s series Victoria.
The highly anticipated film is based on the book by Frank Herbert and is directed by Villeneuve.
All in the details: Jenna as an accessory with a chain detail handbag
Get out: Also on the weekend, actors Tom Hiddleston got out, who cut a neat figure
Radiant: Irish movie star Fiona Shaw beamed for the screening and donned a gray sweater
Night out: Photographer Misan Harriman (left) opted for jeans and a navy blazer on Sunday
All yellow: Fuchsia Sumner wowed in a yellow turtleneck and paired the piece with a thigh-length metallic skirt
Best Angles: Fuchsia worked her best angles
Bold: Minnie Driver cut a bold figure in a bright red dress layered under a cropped leather jacket
Happy to be there: Entrepreneur Sally Greene (left) beamed as he posed with a friend for the display
Starring Zendaya, Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson and Jason Momoa, all of whom appeared at the event after the cocktail reception screening.
Zendaya looked stunning in a flared white shirt worn partially unbuttoned, while Rebecca stunned in a thigh-split dress.
Timothée opted for a sparkly black suit, while Games of Thrones’ Jason donned a three-piece checked suit and left in 1920s Bentley style.
Stars: Stars Zendaya, Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson and Jason Momoa, who were all featured in Sunday’s screening
Gorgeous: Rebecca looked gorgeous in a thigh split dress
Home time: Rebecca was flanked by security as she went home
Wow: Zendaya looked stunning in a gorgeous white shirt worn partially unbuttoned
Heels: Zendaya also wore pointy black heels
Sparkles: Timothée opted for a sparkling black suit
Strike a pose: The young actor posed for photographers
Boots: The Oscar-nominated actor paired the show-stopping suit with black lace-up boots
Brave: Games of Thrones’ Jason donned a tartan three-piece suit
Putting on a show: the star on the left in 1920s Bentley style
Water: the actor left with a bottle of water in his hand
Pals: Timothée posed with fellow actor Tom
Necklaces: Timothée decorated his neck with necklaces
Stylish look: Edith Bowman also stepped out and looked stylish in a nice dress
The story was previously made into a film by David Lynch in 1984 with Kyle MacLachlan in the lead role, but was not a blockbuster.
The new film is described as “about the son of a noble family charged with protecting the most valuable asset and most vital element in the galaxy.”
Friends: Jenna also posed for photographers with Victoria actress Margaret Clunie, who wore a beautiful floral dress
Other stars of the film include Oscar Isaac, Stellan Skarsgård, Javier Bardem and Charlotte Rampling.
Meanwhile, Jenna recently returned to England after visiting Paris for Fashion Week in early October.
Jenna recently flew to a number of different countries after returning from a wellness retreat in Spain last month, sharing on Instagram that she spent the week in her dressing gown.
Interesting: The new film is described as ‘about the son of a noble family charged with protecting the most valuable asset and the most vital element in the galaxy’
Long ago: The story was previously made into a movie by David Lynch in 1984 starring Kyle MacLachlan, but it wasn’t a blockbuster