It's a good thing she wore a leotard! Kylie Minogue attends New York Film Festival in a green lace see-through gown
00:13 GMT, 12 October 2012
She may be in her mid-forties but Kylie Minogue isn't looking to cover up any time soon.
The Australian star arrived at the New York Film Festival on Thursday night wearing a green lace see-through gown that showed off her petite frame.
However, rather than make her outfit too risqu, the pop star opted to wear a black leotard underneath which kept her modesty in check.
Green goddess: Kylie Minogue arrives at the New York Film Festival wearing a see-through lace gown
Classic look: The 44-year-old wore her hair in a loose curl and kept her make-up minimalistic
Instead, the pretty floor-length garment showed off her slender legs and featured three-quarter-length sleeves.
Kylie teamed the patterned dress with a pair of strappy shoes and dark nail varnish as she posed with her hand on her hip.
The Spinning Around star wore her hair down in a loose curl and kept her make-up minimalistic with a hint of nude lipstick.
She was more than happy to pose for photographers as she left her New York hotel earlier on in the evening and her pretty dress was a far cry from the look she sported earlier on in the day.
Say cheese! The singer was snapped as she left her New York hotel and made her way to the event
As she emerged to enjoy a day in the Big Apple, the former soap star covered up in a black leather jacket, black bandage-looking leggings and platform boots.
Kylie's trip to New York comes as she celebrates her silver anniversary in the industry.
In a Radio 2 interview, Kylie has revealed her success with Mike Stock, Mike Aitken, Pete Waterman and their record label PWL revolved around her being able to simply remember and recite lyrics.
Different looks: Kylie's teal dress was much more glamorous than the all-black outfit she wore earlier on in the day
The singer said she was not in the studio when the dynamic trio penned ‘I should be so lucky’ within half an hour and revealed: ‘I was waiting in a lounge room next to the studio.
And I was thrust into the studio and sang it. I remember being pretty close to terrified but hey we got it done and I think one of the reasons I worked really well with them, is, in a way, it’s something that ended up frustrating me later on but at the time, I was quite used to lines on a script: I learn the lines, I say the lines, perform the lines and that was the set up at PWL.
Lucky lady: The Australian star is currently celebrating her silver anniversary in the industry