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Stylist: Ryan Hastings
Outfit: Maison Margiela Haute Couture by John Galliano
Tailor: Tailor Here
Makeup Artist: Georgie Eisdell
Hairstylist: Gregory Russell
Manicurist: Mo Qin
Shoes: Christian Louboutin x Maison Margiela
Jewelry: Tiffany & Co.

Today I’d love to talk to you about an outfit that mesmerized me and that made me feel emotions that just someone who feels a deep connection with the beauty of fashion can potentially understand.

It’s with great pleasure that I’ll analyze Anya Taylor-Joy‘s gown for the New York City premiere of “Dune: Part Two“.

Anya donned a Maison Margiela Artisanal ensemble from the Spring 2024 collection.

The look comprised a black dress with aquarelled tulle and silk crin bands, layered over a lamé antique fabric cut into a bias-cut siren dress.
Completing the look were marmalade velvet Tabi pumps by Christian Louboutin for Maison Margiela.

Look 6 – Photo courtesy of Filippo Fior / Gorunway.com

When it came to accessories, the blonde stunner selected a pair of Tiffany & Co. T1 Open Hoop earrings in 18k gold with diamonds, a Tiffany & Co. Elsa Peretti Diamond Hoop bracelet on her right wrist, a Tiffany & Co. Wave Five-Row Diamond ring from the Elsa Peretti collection on her right middle finger, a Tiffany & Co. Diamonds by the Yard ring on her left index finger, a Tiffany Knot Double Row ring in yellow gold with diamonds on her left middle finger, along with a diamond ring on her pinky and her vintage engagement ring and wedding band.

Her makeup was courtesy of Georgie Eisdell who applied a light coat of light bronze eyeshadow on the lids, a precise trait of black eyeliner that was camouflaged by the false lashes, and light mascara coats on the actress’ lower lashes.

To finish everything off, Eisdell applied a red, juicy gloss.

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The hair was styled by Gregory Russell, who went for brushed out, teased curls. An Anya-esque interpretation of the look from the Maison Margiela runway.

The set of nails that manicurist Mo Qin created for Taylor-Joy was intended to match the dress, indeed the pro applied a Daily Charme Gold Chrome powder on Aprés Gel Almond Medium nail extentions, over which she applied a little black net that she cured with a LED light, cutting off the leftover fabric (you can watch a tutorial in a video down below).

These little details literally make my day.

Her silent stylist Ryan Hastings did the magic with this look, which fully mirrors Anya‘s chameleonic nature as a daring actress.

I would like you to observe the way she poses for the camera, how she fully embraces the drama and the diva attitude whenever something is pointed at her and how she breaks character when someone interacts with her in a common way.

She is always performing, which makes this look an extention of her public persona. Her moves on the red carpet reflected the presentation of the gown on the runway and when someone is so dedicated to the craft I can’t help but bow down to them, because I think it honors the work of the creative director John Galliano, in this instance.

Even though it is pretty clear that Margiela right now is more Galliano than Margiela, what this collection made me experience has ignited a different fire inside me–and if you know, you just know–and Anya and Hastings definitely know.


Dune: Part Two is a 2024 American epic science fiction film directed and produced by Denis Villeneuve, who co-wrote the screenplay with Jon Spaihts.

The sequel to Dune (2021), it is the second of a two-part adaptation of the 1965 novel Dune by Frank Herbert.

Anya Taylor-Joy plays Alia Atreides.


Anya Taylor-Joy poses for photos at the premiere of "Dune: Part Two" in New York City.

♬ original sound – Variety
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