Lupita Nyong’o Does Radical Chic for a Star Wars Premiere in London

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“There is something unquestionably cold and forward-thinking about London fashion,” conspicuous Micaela Erlanger, stylist to Lupita Nyong’o. “It’s a place that we can take a tiny some-more risk.” For a premiere of Star Wars in London tonight, Erlanger did usually that, salsa a thespian in a radically stylish block from Proenza Schouler’s 2016 Spring collection.

The suspicion of head-to-toe black is new for Nyong’o, who is famous for sporting playmate tinge and charming prints on and off a red carpet. That said, there’s 0 plain about this look: The mixed of radical lead emblem and robust opinion finished for a correct follow-up to a thespian Alexandre Vauthier gown she wore for a world premiere in Los Angeles, and was anything yet conventional.



Then again, it’s not a initial time that Nyong’o and Erlanger have pushed a tote with fashion—remember a frequency there flapper dress Nyong’o wore to a Met Gala behind in 2014?—and those smart instincts continue to lead a star into stylish, unchartered territory. “When we saw this look, we knew it was value trying,” conspicuous Erlanger. “There’s 0 forked here—we unquestionably brought a edge!”


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