Fresh off Zendaya’s three jaw-dropping Venice Film Festival looks, stylist Law Roach made red carpet magic happen again with Anya Taylor-Joy’s appearance at the festival. The 25-year-old actress attended the premiere for her upcoming film Last Night in Soho, channeling vintage Barbie in a Dior Haute Couture pink satin silk dress with a matching embroidered beret and shoes from the fashion house. She accessorized with Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
Taylor-Joy wore an orange mini dress with matching sandals in Venice today:
And a pink print Rodarte dress with Giuseppe Zanotti shoes and Tiffany & Co. jewelry when arriving at the festival yesterday:
Taylor-Joy opened up to ELLE earlier this year about how she almost quit acting at one point, but her friend, fellow actress Mia Goth, encouraged her to keep going.
“She was the first actress close to my age that I met, and we had a very cool conversation where I was like, ‘I love you,’ and she said, ‘I love you.’ And I said, ‘I’m always going to have your back.’ And she was like, ‘I’m always going to have your back,’” Tayl0r-Joy recalled. “It was like, ‘Okay, cool. Let’s progress in this very wild industry, knowing that we’re going to take care of each other.’”
Right before shooting Emma, Taylor-Joy recalled a conversation she had with Goth that really helped her keep going. “I had been working back to back—just before Emma, I’d done two projects at the same time, and I was going through some emotional relationship stuff. So at the beginning of 2019, I was just really broken and frightened of everything, and Mia and I were driving back from rehearsal. I turned to her and said, ‘I think I’m going to quit acting. I don’t think I can do this.’ And I’ve never seen Mia look so worried in my life. She was like, ‘But…that’s what you do. You can’t not…what are you talking about?’ I was like, ‘I think I need to back out now and just let it be and try to take care of my heart.’ And she was like, ‘No, that would be really bad. You can’t not have the thing that is your oxygen.’ I’m really glad she said that.”
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