Red carpet royalty Emily Blunt has struck again, and last night, she made her grand entrance at the BAFTA Tea Party in a look that was not only award-worthy, but museum-worthy.
The A Quiet Place star was absolutely captivating in a semi-see-through, strapless, structured sage green dress pulled from Oscar de la Renta’s Pre-Fall 2024 collection. The stunning, artful piece was completely made up of laser-cut illustrative lines that were intricately woven together to form a fitted bodice and A-line skirt that fell just above her ankles. The beautiful design was further decorated with large floral motifs on the right side of the bust and left hip, along with other smaller flowers throughout. Emily let the dress shine in all its glory, simply pairing it with a nude slip dress and matching strappy Manolo Blahnik heels, and keeping her jewelry minimal with a couple gold rings and sparkling silver earrings by Tiffany & Co. She complimented the ensemble with fresh, radiant glam, opting for a glossy pink lip, shimmering eyeshadow, and rosy blush, while letting her golden blonde tresses fall in soft waves behind her.
Emily was among a star-studded guestlist at The Maybourne Beverly Hills, which included Carey Mulligan, Greta Lee, America Ferrera, Rosamund Pike, Ayo Edebiri, Elizabeth Debicki, Greta Gerwig, Julianne Moore, Eva Longoria, Paul Giamatti, and her Oppenheimer co-star Cillian Murphy, with whom she made sure to catch some flicks.
The Devil Wears Prada actor has been stepping out in glamorous looks we just can’t take our eyes off of. Last week, Emily attended the Golden Globes looking regal in a gilded gown with a transparent white tulle skirt, custom-made by Alexander McQueen. The ethereal piece featured thin straps, a subtle V neck, a fitted bodice adorned with gold sequins in an abstract floral-like embroidery, and a sweeping skirt that hid her Jimmy Choo shoes. We can expect more Hollywood glamor from her tonight when she attends the Critics Choice Awards where she is up for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Oppenheimer.
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