Jodie Turner-SmithThis girl is it. The actress has been an icon of bold fashion since her debut.
Turner-Smith received her big break with The Lena WaitheDrama directed by Queen & Slim — a movie that also starred Daniel Kaluuya. Proving she can deliver drama on and off the big screen, the U.K. native turned heads at the film’s premiere at AFI Fest in November 2019, wearing a whimsical Gucci design. The floor-length gown featured wing-like sleeves with a pleated skirt. Turner-Smith wore a metallic, lace slip under the skirt. The look was completed with a glossy black choker, and matching sandal heels. Her hair was styled in retro fingerwaves.
The White NoiseStar continued the elegant theme throughout. Queen & Slim press tour, stepping out in a regal high-neck Reem Acra gown at the movie’s screening in the U.K. in January 2020.
Turner-Smith makes the red carpet look effortless. She knows which looks will be most popular and how to make an impact.
The app also taps classic designers. Anne BoleynStar plays with color. Wearing a bright-colored, sequin gown by Gucci, she made it clear that yellow was the color she preferred at the 2020 British Academy Film Awards. The stunning design featured a plunging neckline that flattered her pregnant belly. Turner-Smith was expecting her first baby with husband at the time. Joshua Jackson. (They welcomed Janie, their little girl, in April 2020.
Flash-forward to September 2022’s amfAR Gala, Turner-Smith wore a yellow Christopher John Rogers corset gown with an orange, pink, and green skirt. The bright piece stood out against her glowing skin and made her stand out on the red carpet. Bulgari jewels completed the look.
The After YangIn a September 2022 interview, actress spoke about her show-stopping style. Harper’s Bazaar UK: “At the end of the day everything we wear … it’s all costume, isn’t it. We use clothes to get into character and, in real life, it’s the same. What we wear matters because when the character we are inhabiting is our self, it’s a reflection of how we feel and who we are.”
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