Nicole Kidman (Photo Credit: OMEGA)

Nicole Kidman looked like shimmering emerald Thursday night as she hit the town in Nashville. She was on-hand to celebrate Omega‘s One Night in Nashville event honoring the brand’s history of women’s watchmaking. The star has been a brand ambassador for the Swiss luxury watchmaker since 2005, so naturally, Kidman accessorized her dazzling green asymmetrical sequin minidress with an equally as eye-catching 34 mm Constellation Small Seconds Omega timepiece in 18K Sedna Gold with a diamond-paved bezel and a sun-brushed burgundy dial.

“It was a delight to have my Omega family in Nashville,” Kidman said in an official press release. “Omega has invited me all over the world but nothing is more special then celebrating with them in my hometown.” Kidman resides in the city with her husband, musician Keith Urban and their children.

Nicole Kidman (Photo Credit: OMEGA)

“Omega’s reputation resonates with women who have the same commitment to excellence. We always aim high and that’s why we earn the respect of incredible talents like Nicole,” said OMEGA USA Brand President Arnaud Michon.

The actress was joined by other Nashville locals including models Lily Aldridge and Karen Elson, plus actor Rob Raco, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Julia Michaels and Queer Eye tastemaker Antoni Porowski.

Julia Michaels, Nicole Kidman, and Antoni Porowski (Photo Credit: OMEGA)

The latter two celebs were tapped to open Omega’s new boutique in Nashville, located within The Mall at Green Hills. While the luxury watchmaker previously maintained a storefront within the mall, the brand has renovated and relocated, ready for a fresh, new start.

Michaels and Porowski cut the boutique’s ribbon alongside Michon to declare the storefront officially open for business.

Antoni Porowski and Julia Michaels (Photo Credit: OMEGA)

The luxe space consists of the most cutting-edge designs, with Art Deco-inspired chandeliers, and a bright cream and champagne color palette, with a pop of the brand’s signature red. There are also exotic reconstituted zebra wood furniture and chiseled glasses surfaces with illuminated cases featuring Omega’s most coveted styles.

As a tourist attraction for lovers of American music, Nashville has proven to be an ideal location for the watchmaker, highlighting “the steady rhythms of Omega’s Swiss-made timepieces,” the brand said in an official release.