Katie Holmes introduced the cool-girl power to Chanel’s lavish Tribeca Movie Pageant occasion final evening.
The actress and director was among the many attendees on the style home’s annual Artists Dinner, which was held this Monday night at New York Metropolis scorching spot Balthazar. For the event, Holmes wore a black-and-white look that totally embodied her fashion: easy, refined, and simply the correct quantity of messy.
The star of the head-to-toe Chanel ensemble was a black cropped leather-based jacket embellished with the model’s signature golden chains on the pockets and sleeves, and crystal-encrusted golden buttons with the Chanel emblem.
The Uncommon Objects director wore it over a easy white tee and silky unfastened black high-waisted pants. She completed the outfit with shiny black leather-based footwear, two dainty gold necklaces, gold-and-diamond hoop earrings, and her nostril hoop. She introduced somewhat Chanel rock ’n’ roll together with her messy, curly ’do and luxuriously chaotic glam: smoky eye make-up and a shiny pink nude lip.
Over the weekend, the Dawson’s Creek alum attended one other Chanel occasion, the Tribeca Pageant Girls’s Lunch, and likewise wore stylish staples by the model. The look consisted of a black knit jacket with spherical silver buttons, layered over a white T-shirt with and paired with loose-fitting light-wash denims, which had been printed with faint white polka dots and the style home’s double CC emblem. Different must-haves from the outfit included quilted black ballet flats adorned with the Chanel emblem, a black quilted crossbody bag, layered gold necklaces, and a single dangling assertion earring. Her hair was styled in delicate waves and he or she wore a shiny berry lip.
Rosa Sanchez is the senior information editor at Harper’s Bazaar, engaged on information because it pertains to leisure, style, and tradition. Beforehand, she was a information editor at ABC Information and, previous to that, a managing editor of movie star information at American Media. She has additionally written options for Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, Forbes, and The Hollywood Reporter, amongst different shops.