Emmy Rossum wows in TWO stylish ensembles while out in NYC 


Emmy Rossum dazzles in a plunging white mini dress before showing off toned legs in a pair of black leather shorts while out in NYC

Emmy Rossum delivered some major fashion inspiration as she made her way around New York City on Tuesday night.

The 35-year-old actress was first seen strutting her stuff in a pair of black faux leather shorts that drew eyes to her enviably toned legs.

Later Emmy emerged in a stunning white long-sleeve mini dress with a plunging neckline and dazzling diamond choker necklace.

Style inspo: Emmy Rossum delivered some major fashion inspiration as she made her way around New York City on Tuesday night

First up! The 35-year-old actress was first seen strutting her stuff in a pair of black faux leather shorts that drew eyes to her enviably toned legs

Style inspo: Emmy Rossum delivered some major fashion inspiration as she made her way around New York City on Tuesday night. The 35-year-old actress was first seen strutting her stuff in a pair of black faux leather shorts that drew eyes to her enviably toned legs

The Phantom Of The Opera star paired her sexy shorts with a fitted white tank top bodysuit layered under a light blue button up shirt.

She completed her outfit by slipping her feet into a pair of strappy silver heels.  

Emmy’s curly brunette hair was slicked back into a sleek bun so she could show off her sparkly diamond drop earrings.

As for makeup, she rocked a smokey eyeshadow look paired with a mauve toned lip and light dusting of peach blush on her cheeks.

Wow! Later Emmy emerged in a stunning white long-sleeve mini dress with a plunging neckline and dazzling diamond choker necklace

Wow! Later Emmy emerged in a stunning white long-sleeve mini dress with a plunging neckline and dazzling diamond choker necklace 

Late-night show: Emmy had appeared on Andy Cohen's late-night talk show Watch What Happens Live, where she would be promoting her new Peacock series Angelyne

Late-night show: Emmy had appeared on Andy Cohen’s late-night talk show Watch What Happens Live, where she would be promoting her new Peacock series Angelyne

She was captured exiting a black SUV with her entourage, one of which held an umbrella over Emmy’s head as she made her way towards a nearby building. 

Emmy was prepping for her appearance on Andy Cohen’s late-night talk show Watch What Happens Live, where she would be promoting her new Peacock series Angelyne.

She slipped out of her bodysuit and shorts and into her second outfit of the night: a fitted white mini dress.

Sleek: Emmy's curly brunette hair was slicked back into a sleek bun so she could show off her sparkly diamond drop earrings

Sleek: Emmy’s curly brunette hair was slicked back into a sleek bun so she could show off her sparkly diamond drop earrings

Fan service: After sitting down with Andy, Emmy exited the WWHL studio and stopped to sign autographs for adoring fans

Fan service: After sitting down with Andy, Emmy exited the WWHL studio and stopped to sign autographs for adoring fans

The dress’ plunging chest cut-out allowed Emmy to showcase her smooth décolletage.

After sitting down with Andy, Emmy exited the WWHL studio and stopped to sign autographs for adoring fans.

Emmy’s limited series Angelyne, which is now streaming on the Peacock app, explores the identity of the mysterious Los Angeles icon of the same name who was born Ronia Tamar Goldberg.

Relaxed: The Phantom Of The Opera star paired her sexy shorts with a fitted white tank top bodysuit layered under a light blue button up shirt

Relaxed: The Phantom Of The Opera star paired her sexy shorts with a fitted white tank top bodysuit layered under a light blue button up shirt

Helping hand: She was captured exiting a black SUV with her entourage, one of which held an umbrella over Emmy's head as she made her way towards a nearby building

Helping hand: She was captured exiting a black SUV with her entourage, one of which held an umbrella over Emmy’s head as she made her way towards a nearby building

It’s executive produced by Emmy Rossum’s husband Sam Esmail and is based on a Hollywood Reporter feature in 2017 by senior writer Gary Baum.

While recently promoting Angelyne on the Today Show, with Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager, Emmy revealed the trick she pulled on executives at the pitch meeting for the series.

She said she called in sick for the meeting, ‘and then at the last minute I walked in fully in character after hours in prosthetics and makeup, because Angelyne is an experience you have.

Radiant: As for makeup, she rocked a smokey eyeshadow look paired with a mauve toned lip

Flushed: She also had a light dusting of peach blush on her cheeks

Radiant: As for makeup, she rocked a smokey eyeshadow look paired with a mauve toned lip and light dusting of peach blush on her cheeks

Silver stunner: She completed her outfit by slipping her feet into a pair of strappy silver heels

Silver stunner: She completed her outfit by slipping her feet into a pair of strappy silver heels

‘She is able to take a completely mundane moment and elevate it to something completely magical. She is all about the tease,’ Emmy explained.

‘She’s sexy without ever giving it away, she’s in control in every moment and a little bit of magic, that’s what I wanted.’

The opera trained singer said she saw the self-made celebrity’s iconic billboards around Los Angeles when she was 13. 

Now streaming: Emmy's limited series Angelyne, which is now streaming on the Peacock app, explores the identity of the mysterious Los Angeles icon of the same name who was born Ronia Tamar Goldberg

Now streaming: Emmy’s limited series Angelyne, which is now streaming on the Peacock app, explores the identity of the mysterious Los Angeles icon of the same name who was born Ronia Tamar Goldberg

Playful trick: She said she called in sick for the meeting, 'and then at the last minute I walked in fully in character after hours in prosthetics and makeup, because Angelyne is an experience you have

Playful trick: She said she called in sick for the meeting, ‘and then at the last minute I walked in fully in character after hours in prosthetics and makeup, because Angelyne is an experience you have

‘She knew the power of her image. She crafted this identity for herself. She’s living, breathing performance art.’ 

The passionate actress endured seven hours in the makeup chair so technicians could apply the prosthetics that transformed her into character.

She described working in the costume as ‘physically and emotionally much harder than my 26 hour unmedicated labor’ with her now one-year-old daughter.

Labor of love: The passionate actress endured seven hours in the makeup chair so technicians could apply the prosthetics that transformed her into character; Emmy seen as Angelyne

Labor of love: The passionate actress endured seven hours in the makeup chair so technicians could apply the prosthetics that transformed her into character; Emmy seen as Angelyne 

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