Julia Fox looks cold as ice with new silver-dyed hair as she puts on a busty display in a corset dress for New York Fashion Week show

Julia Fox transformed herself into an ice queen for her latest appearance during New York Fashion Week.

The 34-year-old actress and model was styled to suit the chilly weather on Sunday night with new silver-dyed locks in place of her usual brunette look.

She was pictured heading to The Costume Ball in the Big Apple in a striking brown-and-beige Eunoia dress that emphasized her bust and hourglass figure.

It appeared to be the brand’s Shakespearean dress, which runs for $2,836 from its website. 

Despite her low-cut top, the Uncut Gems star was dressed far more modestly than on Friday, whens he arrived at the Willy Chavarria show in a barely there plunging bow-like ensemble that left little to the imagination.

Julia Fox transformed herself into an ice queen for New York Fashion Week. The actress and model, 34, was styled to suit the chilly weather on Sunday with new silver-dyed locks

Julia was seen turning the sidewalk into her personal runway on Sunday while her long silver hair fluttered in the breeze. 

She wore it pulled back with a clip and fanned out across her shoulders to highlight her delicate waves.

Earlier on Friday, she shared a short video of herself in a stylist’s chair as she had her standard dark brown hair dyed a chilly silver shade to perfect the look.

The muted color also put the spotlight on her strikingly made-up face, which featured unmissable teal eye shadow.

It stood out against splashes of white at the inner corners of her eyes and over her cheek bones, and she wore plenty of blush across her cheeks and a splash of crimson on her plump lips.

Julia wore a muted beige dress with spaghetti straps and a flowing semi-sheer skirt with a thicker satin layer beneath.

The 5ft7in beauty’s legs were elegantly displayed by its high slit, and she elevated her stature with a set of pointy-toed beige-and-white heels.

The NYFW outing comes just over a week after the No Sudden Move actress celebrated her 34th birthday.

She was spotted on her way out to celebrations in a highlighter-yellow bodycon dress.

The curve-hugging look got an extra touch of intrigue thanks to its flared skirt with a single ring at the bottom.

She was pictured heading to The Costume Ball in the Big Apple in a striking brown-and-beige Eunoia dress that emphasized her bust and hourglass figure

It appeared to be the brand's Shakespearean dress, which runs for $2,836 from its website

She was pictured heading to The Costume Ball in the Big Apple in a striking brown-and-beige Eunoia dress that emphasized her bust and hourglass figure. It appeared to be the brand’s Shakespearean dress, which runs for $2,836 from its website

The 5ft7in beauty's legs were elegantly displayed by its high slit, and she elevated her stature with a set of pointy-toed beige-and-white heels

 The 5ft7in beauty’s legs were elegantly displayed by its high slit, and she elevated her stature with a set of pointy-toed beige-and-white heels

Her muted silver hair put the spotlight on her strikingly made-up face, which featured unmissable teal eye shadow with white contrasts, plenty of blush and a splash of crimson on her lips

Her muted silver hair put the spotlight on her strikingly made-up face, which featured unmissable teal eye shadow with white contrasts, plenty of blush and a splash of crimson on her lips

The NYFW outing comes just over a week after the No Sudden Move actress celebrated her 34th birthday. She was spotted out in a highlighter-yellow bodycon dress with a ring skirt

The NYFW outing comes just over a week after the No Sudden Move actress celebrated her 34th birthday. She was spotted out in a highlighter-yellow bodycon dress with a ring skirt

She still had her long brunette tresses at the time, which contrasted with the bright look.

Julia has lately been focusing on her modeling and making high-profile fashion show appearances, but her Hollywood career marches on.

Last year, she reunited with her No Sudden Move director Steven Soderbergh for the psychological thriller Presence, which was shot in just three weeks after getting a waiver to film amid the writers and actors strikes.

The film premiered last month at Sundance and has been acquired for distribution by the independent studio Neon. The studio previously distributed the Korean hit thriller Parasite, which was a surprise winner of Best Picture and multiple other Academy Awards.

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