ANDREA Riseborough knows how to get herself noticed on the red carpet – plunging as low as it’s possible to go in a boob-flashing gown.
The British actress braved the cold – and a few open-mouthed stares – in the eye-popping floor-length dress, slashed to the waist to show plenty of front.
And she offered a glimpse of side-boob as she posed in the risqué gown on the red carpet at the Moet British Independent Film Awards.
Perhaps the 31-year-old has been taking style tips from flesh-flashing superstar Madonna – who directed her in the movie W. E. — and was going for the most shocking look possible.
Either that or she put her dress on back to front.
The brunette beauty, who stars with Tom Cruise in the forthcoming sci-fi Oblivion, picked up the Best Actress Award for her role as an IRA grass in Shadow Dancer.
She was joined at the Billingsgate Market event by Felicity Jones and Elle Fanning, who both chose a more demure style.
Ginger and Rosa star Elle went for a pretty pastel pink with gold detail and Hysteria actress Felicity added a little summer style to the cold winter night, in a white chiffon number.
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, Noomi Rapace, covered up in a plain black dress with dog-toothed belt.
Her Prometheus co-star Idris Elba added a colourful twist to the classic black suit, with bright blue trainers.
Harry Potter star Tom Felton seemed to be harking back to Hogwarts, with a loosely tied school scarf round his neck.
And singer-turned-director Plan B was his usual stylish self in a grey suit and black overcoat.
British horror Berberian Sound Studio was the big winner of the night, scooping four gongs including Best Actor, for Toby Jones, and Best Director for Peter Strickland.
Broken – starring Tim Roth and Cillian Murphy – won Best Film and Rory Kinnear won Best Supporting Actor for the same movie.
Olivia Colman won Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal of the Queen Mother, in Hyde Park On Hudson.
Best British Independent Film: Broken
Best Director: Peter Strickland — Berberian Sound Studio
The Douglas Hickox Award (Best Debut Director): Basrt Lyton — The Imposter
Best Screenplay: Alice Lowe, Steve Oram, Amy Jump — Sightseers
Best Actress: Andrea Riseborough — Shadow Dancer
Best Actor: Toby Jones — Berberian Sound Studio
Best Supporting Actress: Olivia Colman — Hyde Park on Hudson
Best Supporting Actor: Rory Kinnear — Broken
Most Promising Newcomer: James Floyd — My Brother the Devil
Best Achievement in Production: Berberian Sound Studio
Best Technical Achievement: Joakim SundstrÃ¶m, Stevie Haywood AMS IPS (Sound Design) — Berberian Sound Studio
Best Documentary: The Imposter
Best British Short: Volume
Best Intenational Independent Film: The Hunt
The Raindance Award: Strings
The Richards Harris Awards: Sir Michael Gambon
The Variety Award: Jude Law
The Special Jury Prize: Sandra Hebron