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Stylist: Karla Welch assisted by Grace Wrightsell and Jamie Spradley
Outfit: JW Anderson by Jonathan Anderson
Makeup Artist: Jo Baker
using TIRTIR Korean skincare, Stila Cosmetics and Bakeup Beauty
Hairstylist: Jenny Cho
Manicurist: Sarah Chue
Shoes: Femme LA
Bag: Aupen
Jewelry: Tiffany & Co.

Let’s start off this week with an unusual ensemble that immediately caught my attention during the Los Angeles premiere of “Barbie“. The one Gal Gadot proudly wore while smiling for the cameras.

On the red carpet, Gadot was seen in a brown JW Anderson pinstripe short dress with a constructed, layered skirt from the Resort 2024 collection paired with Femme LA Whiskey open-toe Slippers with gold heel in the style ‘Cafe‘.

1st photo is Look 50 – Photo courtesy of Filippo Fior / Gorunway.com

She accessorized her ensemble with a white Aupen Purpose handbag, Tiffany & Co. Lock earrings in yellow gold with diamonds, a yellow gold Lock ring with diamonds and another yellow gold Lock ring from the same brand stacked together on her left ring finger.

Jo Baker, her makeup artist for the occasion, opted for a bronzed, beachy, dewy, golden sun-kissed latte makeup, using toffee and bronze tones to complement the dress. She used TIRTIR Korean skincare as prep, Stila Cosmetics and her own Bakeup Beauty products to achieve Gal‘s fresh look.

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Here you’ll find the beauty breakdown, courtesy of my eagle-eyed nature and Stila Cosmetics‘ team:

– TIRTIR – Collagen Core Glow Essence;
– TIRTIR – Milk Skin Facial Toner;
– TIRTIR – Collagen Lifting Eye Cream – Wrinkle Spot Treatment;
– TIRTIR – Ceramic Cream;

Last two photos are courtesy of Jo Baker

⁠- Stay All Day Foundation & Concealer;
Canmake – Secret Beauty Powder;
– Suede Shade Liquid Eye Shadow in ‘Sheer Stone‘; ⁠
– Bakeup Beauty – Tarantulash Mascara;
– Plumping Lip Glaze in ‘Toffee‘; ⁠
– Stay All Day Smudge Stick Waterproof Eye Liner in ‘Lionfish⁠‘;
– Heaven’s Hue Highlighter in ‘Incandescence‘.

The Israeli actress’ hair was styled in a simple, sleek, middle part ponytail by celebrity hairstylist Jenny Cho, while her short oval-shaped nails were painted by manicurist Sarah Chue with CND nail polishes in the shades ‘Fedora‘ and ‘Cuppa Joe‘.

In an interview that Chue had with Nailpro, she shared her inspiration behind the colors used and a little tutorial: “I love a beautiful contrast. The dark sheen brown against a light brown leather gives a fashionable pop to the look!”

How-To (slightly edited for clarity, courtesy of the online nail publication):

  1. Nail prep;
  2. Apply one thin layer of base coat and cure in a LED nail lamp;
  3. Apply two layers of a dark brown polish with purple undertones (Fedora from CND).
    Cure when finished;
  4. Apply one layer of brown polish for a sheen finish (Cuppa Joe from CND). Cure;
  5. Apply one layer of no-wipe top coat to seal the color. Cure;
  6. Finish by applying cuticle oil to condition the nail and cuticles.

I appreciated the “Wonder Woman” actress’ riskier approach when it came to styling during this event.

I’d also say that there a slight avant-garde feel to the dresses she is wearing under the direction of Karla Welch, and maybe it was the change she was going for after working with Micaela Erlanger and Elizabeth Stewart, who both did a great job during different stages of her life.

JW Anderson is not for everyone but Gal totally owned it this time.


Barbie is a 2023 American fantasy comedy film directed by Greta Gerwig from a screenplay she wrote with Noah Baumbach

Based on the Barbie fashion dolls by Mattel, it is the first live-action Barbie film after over 40 computer-animated direct-to-video and streaming television films.

Margot Robbie was cast in 2019, after Gal Gadot turned down the role due to scheduling conflicts.

Video courtesy of Jo Baker
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Photo courtesy of Sarah Chue
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