Amber Heard slips into a black leotard and ruffled blouse for Wonderland cover

Mail Online | 2/15/2019 | Olivia Wheeler For Mailonline
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Amber Heard looked incredible as she posed up a storm for the spring front cover of Wonderland Magazine.

The Aquaman actress, 32, oozed Hollywood glamour as she slipped into a black leotard for the vintage-inspired photoshoot.

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In one look, Amber layered the fitted bodysuit with a dramatic Tudor-looking white sheer lace ruff.

She teamed the ensemble with a pair of black fishnet tights and a pair of black Manolo Blahnik heels with a diamond brooch on the toe.

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Amber styled her blonde locks into a sweptback hairdo, which she accessorised with a futuristic black rectangle hairband.

She added a collection of fun gold hooped earrings and a slick of make-up, which included long lashes and a red lipstick.

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A different look saw Amber strip back the ensemble to just the fitted black leotard which had cut out detailing on the front.

Instead of fishnet tights, she wore a pair of sheer black Prada socks and dramatic slip-on black pointed heels.

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Amber accessorised her sleek bun with a satin green hairwrap, a pearl necklace and dramatic gold pendant earrings.

Another image saw the actress in a green asymmetrical dress with a ruffled left shoulder and a matching coloured fishnet fascinator.

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Amber added a slick of chic make-up which included a teal coloured winged eyeliner and a collection of jade green diamond earrings.

The Hollywood star's final ensemble saw her in a plunging black sheer shirt with a pink fringed and diamond choker.

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Amber styled her blonde locks into a textured hairdo swept to one side, she added a slick of soft pastel make-up.

During the photoshoot, the actress also spoke about her feminism and activism work in a candid interview.

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She said: 'It's one thing to observe a problem... it's a whole other to do something about it. One is a fundamentally reactive posture, the other restores a power...
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