Class Act of the Week: Kate Bosworth

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The Long Road Home star wore an earthy green to National Geographic’s Further Front at New York City’s Lincoln Center.

On Wednesday in New York City, Kate Bosworth walked a yellow carpet—it was NatGeo’s after all—wearing head-to-toe Rochas. The occasion: The media company’s Further Front celebration at the Jazz at Lincoln Center, a presentation of new content for 2017-18 in which the 34-year-old plays a major role. The actress (Blue Crush, Still Alice) will star in the forthcoming eight-episode miniseries, The Long Road Home—a dramatic retelling of the “Black Day” attack on American soldiers in Iraq based on Martha Raddatz’s nonfiction New York Times bestseller.

Stepping out alongside castmates Jason Ritter, Michael Kelly, and Jeremy Sisto, Bosworth opted for a grass-green dress, pleated-and-draped in the front and balanced by an exposed back.  The actress added a few sparkling details to the ensemble with an “R” encrusted pair of pumps and micro bag, and chandelier earrings by rare fine jeweler Arzano.  She kept her hair (by Frank Rizzieri) side-parted and minimal, and makeup (by Patrick Ta) neutral and natural, aside from an oxblood lip in a shade similar to her nearly black nails.