Actress Wears Transformers Dress to Film's Big Premiere

Hayley FitzPatrick
Isabela Moner wore a Transformers-inspired dress to the word premiere of ‘Transformers: The Last Knight.’ (Photo: Getty Images)

There’s more than meets the eye with Isabela Moner’s red carpet look.

The actress, who appears alongside Mark Wahlberg, Josh Duhamel, Laura Haddock, and others in Transformers: The Last Knight, attended the film’s world premiere — and the 10th anniversary ceremony of the film series — on Tuesday in China.

The 15-year-old wore a dress fit for the exciting occasion, a princess style Moschino dress designed by Jeremy Scott. But upon closer inspection, it seems the strapless piece with voluminous skirt featuring a unique design inspired by the science fiction action film.


The “Optimus Prime-inspired dress” included a design with explosions, buildings, and the popular action figures-turned-movie stars. She accessorized the look with black platform heels — styling her hair in loose waves for the event. Many fans guessed she was wearing extensions, as her hair is usually noticeably shorter.

The star showed off her unique dress on the red carpet. (Photo: Getty Images)

The young star was styled by Law Roach, who also works with top talent like Celine Dion, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Zendaya.

Moner also posted a candid behind-the-scenes clip of herself dancing in the dress.


It appears fans of the franchise really appreciated the style note. “Most amazing outfit, I love it!” one user commented on a photo featuring the dress. “That Optimus prime inspired dress adds more beauty,” another added.


The latest Transformers flick is scheduled to premiere in the United States next week, so it will be interesting to see what style Moner showcases at the event.

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