Stylist: Elizabeth Stewart assisted by Jordan Grossman and Eliza Yerry
Outfit: Burberry by Riccardo Tisci
Makeup Artist: Kristofer Buckle
Hairstylist: Renato Campora
Manicurist: Julie Kandalec
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Jewelry: Aresa

After several years of research, Jessica Chastain‘s passion project finally came to life, that’s why we can be here today writing about “The Eyes of Tammy Faye” New York premiere which took place at the SVA Theater on September 14, 2021.

For the camp event, Jessica channeled a 70’s diva in a Burberry silver dress from the Resort 2022 collection, paired with Jimmy Choo Misty 120 metallic leather ankle-strap sandals in silver.

The actress said in an interview for Extra that she immediately loved it, because it felt like Studio 54.

The redhead then accessorized the look with Aresa silver Hepworth Hoops.

Makeup artist Kristofer Buckle went for a 70’s disco inspired makeup look–you can see sparkles even on her legs and chest; hairstylist Renato Campora added to the drama with a very voluminous hairdo that perfectly mirrored Tammy Faye‘s penchant for excess and the vibe of the movie overall.

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For her nails, the great manicurist Julie Kandalec used a Gelish nail polish in the shade “Looking for a Wingman” on the hands and “I Feel Flower-ful” on the toes.

The actress’ ability to impersonate complex women has always drawn me towards her and her willingness to go beyond the surface is fascinating. Never typecast, always humble and genuine–a true gem.

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The Eyes of Tammy Faye is a 2021 American biographical drama film based on the documentary of the same name by Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato.

The film depicts the controversial history of televangelists Tammy Faye Bakker and Jim Bakker (portrayed by Andrew Garfield).

Jessica Chastain plays the role of Tammy Faye, an American evangelist, singer, author, talk show host, and television personality known for her eccentric and glamorous persona, as well as for her moral views that diverged from those of many mainstream Evangelists, particularly her advocacy for LGBT people and reaching out to HIV/AIDS patients at the height of the AIDS epidemic.

She was diagnosed with colon cancer in 1996, from which she suffered intermittently for over a decade before dying of the disease in 2007.