Nսde effect! Kate stepped out in London in a hot top
The 47-year-old actress appeared on the carpet of the star-studded party. Kate Winslet chose an elegant outfit with a provocative twist.
The Hollywood star with British roots became a guest of the Vogue 2023 world exhibition in honor of the opening of London Fashion Week.
Kate showed off her sense of style on the red carpet at Drury Lane Theater Royal. Winslet wore a revealing top with a risqué neckline in the style of lingerie. Its beige color blended with the skin, creating the effect of a naаked body.
The top was accompanied by a white suit – a fitted blazer with satin lapels and matching buttons and wide, slightly flared, high-waisted trousers. The outfit emphasized the slender figure of the star of the cult film Titanic.
Kate wore discreet makeup with smoky eyeshadow, nսde lipstick and a delicate palette of blush. Her hair was styled in curly ringlets and left loose with a side parting.
The look was completed with elegant shoulder-length earrings, a bracelet and a watch with a leather strap. The artist visually lengthened her legs with the help of classic pointed-toe pumps with stiletto heels made of white matte leather.
The event received an unspoken name – “British’s answer to the iconic Met Gala.” In addition to Kate Winslet, Cara Delevingne, Rita Ora, Winnie Harlow and other stars appeared on the carpet that evening.
Anna Wintour arrived at the party with British Vogue editor Edward Enninful; with their joint appearance they responded to rumors of a power struggle in the glossy.
“Enninful had hoped to one day replace Wintour, but Vogue’s editor-in-chief is determined to remain in her position and will swat any rival like a fly,” the insider said.
The scandal comes three months after the shock announcement that the Ghanaian-born former fashion model and British stylist would step down as editor-in-chief of British Vogue.
Edward will take up the position of global consultant at Vogue, with the freedom to pursue broader creative projects, reports the Daily Mail.
The event was a fundraiser for the British performing arts industry. Wintour previously said the industry was under threat, so all proceeds from ticket sales would go to a number of theater companies – including the National Theatre, Royal Opera House and Royal Ballet.