Anya Taylor-Joy is a walking weapon at ‘Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga’ premiere in spear-covered couture

Another day, another jaw-dropping, spot-on premiere outfit.

This time, it’s Anya Taylor-Joy who is shaking up the red carpet, arriving at the Sydney, Australia premiere of her forthcoming movie, “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga,” wearing an elaborate, gold chain-linked dress decorated with large spears.

As she posed for the cameras, the actress, 28, showed off the unique, slightly see-through design along with its matching headpiece, with the pieces jutting out at least one foot from her body.

Taylor-Joy made a statement on the red carpet in her chain-linked, spear-embellished dress. Getty Images
The elaborate design came with a matching headpiece, which the actress wore as well. WireImage
The look first appeared in Paco Rabanne’s 1996 Spring Haute Couture collection. Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images
The actress’ outfit spoke to the movie’s post-apocalyptic storyline. Warner Bros.

The look first appeared in Paco Rabanne’s 1996 spring haute couture collection, but was clearly perfect for the movie’s post-apocalyptic storyline, in which the War Boys characters use thundersticks — explosive spears similar to the embellishments on Taylor-Joy’s look — to bomb their enemies.

However, while the arrow-embellished spikes no doubt nailed the method dressing trend, it did make standing next to others a bit more difficult; Taylor-Joy had to keep co-star Chris Hemsworth at arm’s length while the two took photos together.

For his part, Hemsworth wore a more traditional outfit, opting for a grey plaid suit and a black button-up shirt.

Chris Hemsworth had some difficulty getting close to his co-star as the two posed together on the red carpet. Getty Images
For his part, Hemsworth wore a more tradtional grey plaid suit paired with a black button-down. Getty Images
Taylor-Joy is no stranger to dressing up for events, and recently went the futuristic route while promoting “Dune: Part Two.” Getty Images for Tiffany & Co.

Still, Taylor-Joy is no stranger to committing to the bit.

Just like Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet, “The Queens Gambit” star previously promoted her role in “Dune: Part Two” with futuristic ensembles, including a golden dress with a sheer black overlay.

That look, however, sparked controversy after Taylor-Joy gave fans a behind-the-scenes look at her Maison Margiela corset, posting a photo of her tiny waist that critics felt promoted starvation.

With the Furiosa-focused “Mad Max” prequel set to hit theaters on May 24, there’s plenty of time for the blond bombshell to wow in more dystopian couture.