Published: 28th November 2013
Rosie Bones and Chloe Askew from punk band Fake Club pulled on some sheer tights as they lined up alongside their other bandmates at the premiere of the British independent film Powder Room in London on Wednesday night.
Bones, who is the daughter of TV presenter Bill Oddie, opted for a pair of sheer tights, a short black leather skirt, a cream top and an oversize blue jacket to go with some black Doc Martens.
Askew on the other hand went for long black socks over tights, combining them with some black boots, a tartan skirt and an AC/DC logo top.
Other band members Aicha Djidelli and Carmen Vandenberg opted for slightly more toned down outfits that still held some punk references.
The band, who provided much of the soundtrack to Powder Room, appeared alongside the film's stars Sheridan Smith, Kate Nash and Jaime Winstone at the Haymarket Cineworld.
The film evolves around a group of women who are reunited in a nightclub toilet and follows their transgressions that escalate from there.
The film is set to hit cinemas in the UK from 6 December.
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