Mandy Moore hasn't really ever gone anywhere, but it wasn't until late last year, when her new series This Is Us debuted, that the actress returned to the spotlight as one to watch. In the NBC drama, Moore plays a mother and grandmother across different timelines, flashing back and forth from the '80s to today to bring a whole family saga into focus. The series' tearjerking first season finale aired Tuesday night, but it's already been renewed for two more seasons — so Moore's television Renaissance is still just getting started.

For a screening of the finale in Los Angeles Tuesday evening, Moore was joined by costars like Milo Ventimiglia, who plays her husband on the series. She selected a playful red-and-black Adeam dress from the brand's Spring 2017 collection for the occasion, a casual yet refined look that proves her Renaissance on screen is only rivaled by that on the red carpet.

Mandy Moore in Adeam at a screening of the final of This Is Us in Los Angeles, California, March 2017.

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Who: Mandy Moore.

When: Tuesday, March 14.

Where: The season finale screening for This Is Us, the new NBC family drama, at the Directors' Guild of America in Los Angeles, California.

What: A red-and-black, high-low silk dress by Adeam with ruching detail and an off-the-shoulder silhouette from the label's Spring 2017 collection, paired with a messy, center-parted updo and statement sandals.

Why: Inspired by Japanese calligraphy — and, from the looks of it, Japanese minimalism — the Spring 2017 Adeam collection was a study in black, red, and white, with tranquil seafoam green detailing for contrast. The look Moore selected for the This Is Us red carpet was the capstone of Hanako Maeda's Spring collection, the last one that showed in the label's presentation. It's an unfussy look that Moore adapts for the red carpet with the addition of a pair of black statement sandals, embellished with silver detailing. Just when we thought the death knell for the cold shoulder had started to toll, Mandy Moore comes through.