Your former favorite Princess Margaret stepped out in front of the cameras for the first of two buzzable films premiering at the Venice Film Festival, serving the high style we crave along the way.
No wheels are being reinvented nor trends chased here. It’s just great pieces, paired well, that look great on her. We have not one word of critique. She looks great and she seems to know what works best for her. Case in point:
She’s leaning into her own looks; her model-esqe tall angularity and playing off a slightly haughty sort of public persona by making a look this stark and almost severe really work for her. From the slicked-back hair to the black mani/pedi to the lack of jewelry, there’s no attempt to soften this look in any way. It’s about serving drama and taking a sharp picture. Mission accomplished, lady.
First Look: Giorgio Armani Black Knit Top with Jacquard Collar and Fil Coupé Midi Skirt with Interfacing
Second Look: Valentino Red Satin Backless Gown from the Fall 2020 Couture Collection
Styled by Ryan Hastings | Hair by Halley Brisker | Makeup by Jo Baker
[Photo Credit: Aurore Marechal/ABACA/INSTARimages.com, Alberto Terenghi/IPA/INSTARimages.com, valentino.com, armani.com]
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