The 45-year-old filmmaker donned an eye-catching show in black, navy, and silver mini dresses and coats, which were covered in sequins.
There were also shades of purple in the two sparkly pieces, which she rocked with confidence.
looking great! Jessica Chastain looked gorgeous in an understated edgier look at Moet and Chandon’s event in NYC on Monday night
Coordinating had an abstract pattern and the longer outer layer featured a black satin collar.
She rolled up the sleeves and wore the jacket open to reveal the shrunken dress, which had a low neckline.
The transformation obscured scenes of the Marriage star’s busty cleavage and showed off her legs, too.
Chastain’s ensemble was topped off with a pair of pointed black platform heels.
Flashy: The 45-year-old filmmaker dressed stunner in a black, navy and silver mini dress and coat set, which was covered in sequins
The light brown-haired bombshell grabbed attention at the star-studded soiree while posing for photos.
She skipped the flashy jewelry, choosing instead to focus on her radiant looks and stunning beauty.
Her long hair was styled in a slick middle part and curled in silky waves that fell down her back.
Jessica, who stars in Showtime’s George and Tammy, matched her eyeshadow to her outfit.
Stunning: There were also shades of purple in the two sparkly pieces, which she rocked with confidence
The smoky eye nicely complemented her piercing blue eyes and she added a slightly smudged black liner.
A matte pink lipstick was painted on her pout, completing the star’s sexy and edgy look.
The Academy Award-winning actress has had a busy couple of years starring in back-to-back projects.
In 2021, she won acclaim for her role in The Eyes of Tammy Faye, followed by a performance in The Good Nurse in 2022.
Next year she will appear in the psychological thriller Mother’s Instinct alongside Anne Hathaway.
Captivating: The light brown-haired bombshell grabbed attention at the star-studded soiree as she posed for photos.
Moët & Chandon’s holiday season celebration was hosted at Lincoln Center and attracted the likes of Sienna Miller, Chanel Iman, Vic Mensa, and more.
The French luxury winery, also known as Moet, recently unveiled a sculpture created with 700 glowing ropes in the Big Apple.
British contemporary artist Es Devlin was commissioned to create the piece in celebration of New York as the most linguistically diverse city.
Style smarts: She skipped the flashy jewelry, opting instead to focus on her radiant looks and stunning beauty