You might know her as Beth Harmon from the hit miniseries The Queen’s Gambit, or Casey from Split. Either way, Anya Taylor-Joy is an actress for the books.
As one of the hottest celebs in Hollywood right now, this flourishing star has definitely made bold statements of her own on the red carpet. Have a look at some of her best moments.
Met Gala (2018)
The theme for the 2018 Met Gala was “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” and Ms. Anya Taylor-Joy certainly delivered! The then-22-year-old strutted her stuff at the Met wearing a shiny golden Dolce and Gabbana piece. Her lace-embellished gown featured puffy sleeves and a floral crown to match.
Emma premiere (2020)
She went old school! For the premiere of her 2020 film Emma, Taylor-Joy turned heads in a vintage white Bob Mackie wedding gown. She bejeweled her neck with gems from Mateo to accentuate the beads on her Victorian-style dress, finishing the classic look off with a messy high bun.
Screen Actors Guild Awards (2021)
The actress was an absolute vision in Vera Wang at the 2021 Screen Actors Guild Awards. There, she wore a nude and black lace dress that was paired with a bevy of glamorous accessories. It’s estimated that she wore around $800,000 worth of Tiffany and Co. diamonds, in the form of a necklace, earrings, and rings. The jewelry seemed to prove good luck; she took home the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie for her role in The Queen’s Gambit.
78th Venice Film Festival (2021)
At the 78th Venice Film Festival, the Last Night in Soho star graced the photocall for her film looking pretty in pink. Adorned in a breezy floral Rodarte dress, Taylor-Joy made sure to add some extra flair to her outfit with Giuseppe Zanotti’s strappy Harmony sandals.
73rd Primetime Emmy Awards (2021)
Fresh off a bombshell year from The Queen’s Gambit, Taylor-Joy arrived at the 2021 Emmy’s looking stunning in a bright yellow gown. The Dior piece featured a high-neck, halter-style bodice that was both sideless and backless. Her vibrant train/cape was carried through her sleeves, making her look nothing short of a queen.
Art Daniella Sison