Dove Cameron nails gothic chic as she flashes her midriff in a black bandeaux and oversized maxi skirt at after-party for Good Mourning world premiere

Dove Cameron nailed gothic chic at the after-party for Good Mourning's world premiere at The London West Hollywood in Beverly Hills on Thursday.

The actress, 26, flashed her toned midriff in a black bandeaux which she accessorised with a chunky necklaced comprised of connecting discs.

She continued her ensemble with an oversized black maxi skirt which she layered above another of its kind, while sweeping the floor with a matching coat.

Wow! Dove Cameron flashed her midriff in a black bandeaux and oversized maxi skirt at the after-party for Good Mourning's world premiere in Beverly Hills on Thursday

Wow! Dove Cameron flashed her midriff in a black bandeaux and oversized maxi skirt at the after-party for Good Mourning's world premiere in Beverly Hills on Thursday

Framing her face with a pair of edgy sunglasses, she wore a minimal amount of make-up to exhibit her flawless complexion and tilted her head to the side.

Tying her chocolate locks into a sleek ponytail, the former Disney Channel star wore a series of metal upper-finger rings as well as blue eye-shadow.

Dove soon posed with Machine Gun Kelly who rocked a satin magenta suit boasting a vibrant red rose pattern throughout.

Out of this world: The actress, 26, nailed gothic chic in a black bandeaux which she accessorised with a chunky necklaced comprised of connecting discs

Out of this world: The actress, 26, nailed gothic chic in a black bandeaux which she accessorised with a chunky necklaced comprised of connecting discs

Sizzling: The former Disney Channel star swept the floor with a giant matching coat, while posing for photographers over her shoulder

Sizzling: The former Disney Channel star swept the floor with a giant matching coat, while posing for photographers over her shoulder

Fashion forward: She continued her ensemble with an oversized black maxi skirt which she layered above another of its kind
Woah! She certainly didn't disappoint with her appearance

Fashion forward: She continued her ensemble with an oversized black maxi skirt which she layered above another of its kind

Pals: Dove soon posed with Machine Gun Kelly who rocked a satin magenta suit boasting a vibrant red rose pattern throughout

Pals: Dove soon posed with Machine Gun Kelly who rocked a satin magenta suit boasting a vibrant red rose pattern throughout

Spread your style wings like Dove in Marc Jacobs

Dove Cameron gave us all the main character energy at the Good Mourning's world premiere after party.

Putting her 'Marc' on the monogram trend, the gothic goddess stole the show in a fresh off the SS22 catwalk look by Marc Jacobs.

The luxury label reigns supreme!

In good company, Dove raided the rails of the designer's latest collection for another duvet design and maxi skirt, complete with the brand's signature logo lettering. We are in awe!

While we cannot get our hands on this new season steal just yet, you can browse the current collection with a click here.

Or take it to the max in one of our selections via the carousel. Choose from gothic galore at the likes of Philipp Plein and Superdry.

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The singer's trousers had a slight flare to them and his layered his suit jacket over a mock neck top of the same pattern. 

Good Mourning is MGK's directorial debut with his close pal Mod Sun and is set to be released on Friday, May 20.

According to IMDb, it 'follows London Clash, a movie star whose world is turned upside down when he must choose between pursuing his one true love and landing a life-changing, starring role in a major motion picture'.

Hot stuff: She tied her chocolate locks into a sleek ponytail
Edgy: She wore a series of metal upper-finger rings as well as blue eye-shadow

Hot stuff: Tying her chocolate locks into a sleek ponytail, she wore a series of metal upper-finger rings as well as blue eye-shadow

Chatting: Dove appeared to be in deep conversation with MGK (left) while Mod Sun (centre) looked on

Chatting: Dove appeared to be in deep conversation with MGK (left) while Mod Sun (centre) looked on

Friends: The three-piece put on animated displays as they posed up a storm for the camera

Friends: The three-piece put on animated displays as they posed up a storm for the camera

Loved up: MGK - real name Colson Baker - and his fiancee Megan Fox's love story began in May 2020, following the actress' divorce from her husband of a decade, Brian Austin Green

Loved up: MGK - real name Colson Baker - and his fiancee Megan Fox's love story began in May 2020, following the actress' divorce from her husband of a decade, Brian Austin Green 

MGK - real name Colson Baker - and his fiancee Megan Fox's love story began in May 2020, following the actress' divorce from her husband of a decade, Brian Austin Green.

After less than two years of dating, he got down on one knee in January and asked Megan for her hand in marriage. 

Along with his directing duties, Machine Gun Kelly also stars in the forthcoming feature alongside Fox, Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson, and pop songstress Becky G among others.

Other celeb cameos include: Danny Trejo, Tom Arnold and Disney Channel alum Dove Cameron.

Good Mourning follows actor London Clash (played by MGK), who is forced to choose between landing a role a major film or getting back with the love of his life (played by Becky G).

The movie follows London's attempts to win back his ex-girlfriend with the help of his ragtag group of friends.

Talented: Good Mourning follows actor London Clash (played by MGK), who is forced to choose between landing a role a major film or getting back with the love of his life (played by Becky G)

Talented: Good Mourning follows actor London Clash (played by MGK), who is forced to choose between landing a role a major film or getting back with the love of his life (played by Becky G) 

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Dove Cameron dons a black bandeaux at after-party for Good Mourning world premiere

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