Gothic glamour! Diane Kruger goes for Victorian chic in dramatic black at Farewell My Queen premiere
She's never one to go for a predictable red carpet look.
And Diane Kruger certainly held her own tonight.
The 35-year-old channeled Gothic glamour for the screening of Farewell My Queen at the opening gala at the 62nd Berlinale International Film Festival.
Breaking the mould: Once again Diane Kruger channeled a unique red carpet look at the Farewell My Queen screening during the opening gala at the 62nd Berlinale International Film Festival today
Eschewing the usual premiere favourites of bare shoulders and loose hair, Diane chose a more dramatic look, working a long black gown teamed with a spotted wrap gathered around her shoulders and neck.
Diane's slightly severe bun drew attention to her striking features, accentuated with classic makeup, focusing on her eyes.
Diane wore a large jewel chain belt around her tiny waist, with her dress comprised of a contrasting sparkling black upper half with a spotted matte skirt matching her shoulder wrap.
Stealing the spotlight: Diane's severe bun drew attention to her striking facial features
The star carried a small silver and black animal print clutch to complete the look.
The ensemble was a world away from her equally demure look earlier on at the Farewell My Queen photocall.
Diane donned a green dress with a black and white print and striped skirt for the daytime event.
Demanding role: The 35-year-old German actress plays the doomed wife of King Louis XVI in the period drama
She added a touch of colour with yellow strap heels decorated with coloured studs.
The German actress plays the doomed wife of King Louis XVI in the period drama, Farewell, My Queen.
Set in Versailles in July 1789, the script provides an inside look of the palace and Marie Antoinette's relationship with her entourage as the French Revolution rapidly approaches.
Familiar territory: Having played Helen Of Troy seven years ago, Diane is no stranger to portraying historical figures
One lady-in-waiting in particular, Sidonie Laborde, supposedly became quite intimate with the queen.
Diane is no stranger to playing historical figures.
Seven years ago she appeared opposite Brad Pitt and Orlando Bloom as Helen of Troy in the film, Troy.
Earlier in the day: Diane wore an equally demure ensemble for the photocall