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Riley Keough rocks lavender sequin suit for MoMA’s 2021 Film Benefit honoring Penelope Cruz

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Riley Keough rocks lavender sequin Chanel suit for Museum of Modern Art’s 2021 Film Benefit honoring Penelope Cruz










Riley Keough arrived at Tuesday’s MoMA 2021 Film Benefit in a flashy Chanel suit made of sequins.

The Zola actress, 32, pulled off a fun and sophisticated look in the lavender number, which was trimmed in black.

Her hair was auburn and styled in fluffy bangs and a low, curly ponytail.

Bright: Riley Keough arrived at Tuesday's MoMA 2021 Film Benefit in a flashy Chanel suit made of sequins

Bright: Riley Keough arrived at Tuesday’s MoMA 2021 Film Benefit in a flashy Chanel suit made of sequins

The blazer had a v-neck collar that showed off the star’s tattoo above her collarbone.

Despite the northeast chill, she paired the sparkly look with a pair of strappy, silver, open-toe heels. 

The Girlfriend Experience actress carried a glinting silver Chanel purse over her shoulder that had a black trim. 

Bold style: The Zola actress, 32, pulled off a fun and sophisticated look in the lavender number, which was trimmed in black

Bold style: The Zola actress, 32, pulled off a fun and sophisticated look in the lavender number, which was trimmed in black

Elvis Presley’s granddaughter looked girlish and beautiful with a nude manicure and soft pink makeup.

Riley’s red hair complemented her bright blue eyes, which were accented by flirty eyelashes.

Her lips were shiny in a pink gloss that flattered her clear complexion. 

She wore studded diamond earrings and a couple of rings.  

Redhead: Her hair was auburn and styled in fluffy bangs and a low, curly ponytail

Redhead: Her hair was auburn and styled in fluffy bangs and a low, curly ponytail

The MoMA Film Benefit is in its 14th year, and is an event to raise money for ‘the acquisition and preservation of key film works.’

It also provides financial support for the museum’s film exhibitions.

This year’s fundraiser honed in on Penelope’s remarkable career as an actress, with proceeds going to MoMA’s Black Family Film Center.

The renowned establishment implemented strict Covid-19 guidelines requiring guests to be fully vaccinated, as well as present a negative PCR test within 48-hours of the gathering.

The star-studded event, which was presented in part with Chanel, was also attended by Kristen Wiig, Ricky Martin, and singer Rosalía. 

Accessory: The Girlfriend Experience actress carried a glinting silver Chanel purse over her shoulder that had a black trim

Accessory: The Girlfriend Experience actress carried a glinting silver Chanel purse over her shoulder that had a black trim

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