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Zoe Saldana hits 'Star Trek' red carpet wearing sheer black dress

Zoe Saldana certainly went above and beyond in the name of fashion!The 38-year-old actress stepped onto the red carpet in Mexico City for the premiere of the latest "Star Trek" installment, "Star Trek Beyond," wearing an incredibly daring number -- and daring may be an understatement.Saldana wore a head-turning black marieprom with oddly-placed lace panels and embroidered sequins. She accessorized her risqué look with a leather belt, which showed off her tiny waist, and pointy slingback pumps.

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While the sheer panels seems like a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen, Saldana narrowly avoided any fashion disasters by donning high-wasted briefs in the same color underneath.To keep all the attention on her bold look, the brunette beauty also opted for minimal makeup -- sans her deep red lip -- and loose waves.Believe it or not, the A-list celeb is no stranger to taking fashion risks. Earlier this month, she appeared at the U.S. premiere of "Star Trek Beyond" wearing a powder blue lace dress.

She recently shared a rare video of her two sons as a tribute to her late "Star Trek Beyond" costar Anton Yelchin, who died in a freak accident in June.

we were shooting Star Trek in Vancouver last summer," she captioned the video. "Every time I see all the videos we all did it makes me think of Anton. We hope you get a laugh out of this."


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