Julia Roberts is turning heads with her latest high fashion look.
On Sunday evening, the 55-year-old attended the 28th Critics Choice Awards in Los Angeles, Calif.
To walk the red carpet, Roberts wore a black, long sleeve gown by Schiaparelli. The frock featured a sequinned starburst pattern along the neckline and sleeves.
The "Pretty Woman" star paired the ensemble — styled by Elizabeth Stewart — with Chopard jewelry. For glam, she opted for pink lipstick and styled her hair in soft, tousled waves with a middle part.
She later took to Instagram to thank her glam team for pulling the look together.
"Boy, does it take a team! Thanks to my amazing friends who shower me with love and their talents. So grateful," she captioned a photo of herself getting ready before the event.
Fans took to social media to swoon over the actress' "gorgeous" look.
"This gorgeous woman never ages and that dress is just a feast for the eyes!" one Instagram user shared.
"Beautiful dress and gorgeous lady," another penned.
A fan commented: "She hasn't aged a day, and that dress is so stunning on her. Love it."
"I'm so obsessed with this look on her. It's so unique and she wore it so well!" wrote another.
Roberts was nominated for her performance in "Gaslit" as Martha Mitchell. While she did not take home an award this time around, she has in the past.
Back in 2000, she won the Critic's Choice Award for Best Movie Actress for her role in "Erin Brockovich."
She has since been nominated five times.