Dylan Penn, 30, amps up the glamour in a busty black bralet and sequinned midi as she attends LuisaViaRoma’s UNICEF benefit in St Barts
Dylan Penn amped up the glamour with another sophisticated look as she posed at the LuisaViaRoma for UNICEF Party in St Barts on Wednesday.
The actress, 30, who is the daughter of Sean Penn and Robin Wright, wowed at the event in a busty black bralet which flashed a hint of her toned abs.
Dylan teamed the top with a shimmering midi skirt and black sandal heels, as she posed in front of a leafy backdrop at the charity bash.
Wow! Dylan Penn, 30, amped up the glamour with another sophisticated look as she posed at the LuisaViaRoma for UNICEF Party in St Barts on Wednesday.
She swept her blonde locks into a side parting which flowed over her shoulders in natural beachy waves.
Highlighting her natural beauty, she wore a subtle layer of make up consisting of gold eyeshadow and a neutral lip colour.
Luxury brand LuisaViaRoma and UNICEF hosted the gala at Eden Rock to raise funds for UNICEF’s worldwide efforts.
Glam group: Dylan later posed with (L-R) Charles Rosier, Ophelie Guillermand and Jordan Barrett at the glamorous event
Dylan later posed with Charles Rosier, Ophelie Guillermand and Jordan Barrett as they headed into the party together.
The outing comes after Dylan said she dreamed of a job in the film industry but expected to be behind the camera in some capacity.
However, her role in her dad’s new movie Flag Day has given her a ‘newfound respect’ for the craft and she may now look for more parts.
She told Total Film magazine: ‘I always thought I’d be in the film industry but that I would be behind the camera, whether it was writing or directing. Acting, honestly, always just seemed so silly – adults playing dress up.’
‘Obviously I have a newfound respect for actors after doing this. And I think this feels like a really special story. This is one in a million and the role was so incredible.
Career: The outing comes after Dylan said she dreamed of a job in the film industry but expected to be behind the camera in some capacity; pictured with her father Sean in August 2021
‘But yeah, I’m 30 years old. I’m coming to this very late in the game. Maybe I’ll continue.’
Both of Dylan’s parents separately gave her the same advice about acting, so it’s something that has stuck with her.
She said: ‘They both, separately, told me if anything felt false, whether it was what I was saying, or the way I was moving, don’t do it, because it will be false on the screen.
‘Every time “action” was called, that’s what I was repeating in my head.’
Meanwhile, Sean was delighted to direct his daughter in the film. He said: ‘I’m really grateful this happened.
‘I don’t mind saying I knew from the first day of shooting that I was going to be as proud as I am today.
‘Because the second we started, I knew I had not set her up for failure.’
Acting: However, her role in her dad’s new movie Flag Day has given her a ‘newfound respect’ for the craft and she may now look for more parts