Dublin actor Barry Keoghan looked like he had the time of his life on the British Film Institute Film Festival red carpet this week.
The 24-year-old first gained fame in gangland drama Love/Hate before catapulting into stardom with outstanding roles in '71, Dunkirk, Trespass Against Us and The Killing of a Sacred Deer.
Barry found himself promoting The Killing of a Sacred Deer alongside his A-list Hollywood co-stars Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman at this year's BFI film festival. Truth be told, he looked right at home.
The Dublin man was added to the Dior 'style squad' by the brand's creative director Kris Van Assche earlier this year and has been seen rocking the Dior Homme collection ever since.
Barry was accompanied on the red carpet by his girlfriend, makeup-artist Shona Guerin. The Killarney woman matched the stunning Nicole Kidman in sparkling sequins and blonde bombshell hairstyle.
Shona told RTÉ LifeStyle on Instagram that she got her stunning dress from Australian brand Meshki Boutique and her rose gold heels from Topshop. You can buy the dress online here for €278.