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Stylist: Leith Clark assisted by Delaney Williams
Outfit: Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture by Simone Rocha
Tailor: Nafisa Tosh
Makeup Artist: Alex Babsky
Facialist: Jasmina Vico using Vico Skin
Hairstylist: Halley Brisker using ghd
Colorist: Mark William Selley
Manicurist: Sabrina Gayle using OPI
Shoes: Roger Vivier
Jewelry: Repossi

Today’s article has been living in the back of my mind for quite some time but I never got around to do it, for a reason or another.

On this warm Monday I finally changed my mind, so I’m here to tell you about one of my favorite red carpets of the year, thanks to the fabulous Lucy Boynton and her latest movie project: The Greatest Hits.

For the London premiere, Boynton donned an ivory silk tulle dress with a soutien-gorge and fringe over skirt, with hand-set baroque pearls from the Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture by Simone Rocha Spring 2024 collection.

Look 3 – Photo 1 and 2 are courtesy Isidore Montag / Gorunway.com
Photo 3 is courtesy of Delaney Williams

To go with the dress, she chose a cute pair of silver Roger Vivier Trompette Metal Buckle Mules in crinkled metallic leather with curved heel, a Repossi Antifer 10 Rows Ring in pink gold paved with diamonds on her right middle finger and a Repossi Vacuum-Set ring on her left index finger.

The “Chevalier” actress’ makeup was courtesy of Alex Babsky.

Following the path of her usual creative makeup looks, Babsky seemed to be inspired by the fringes and silver accents that gave structure to her ensemble, and translated them into a sparkly grey eyeshadow that he applied on the inner corners of her eyes. To match the snakes that were present on her shoulders, he also blended out her lower lash line outwards with a petrol green eyeshadow.

Boynton‘s lashes are naturally very long, so I assume the pro only applied generous coats of black mascara on both the upper and lower lash line to make them stand out even more.

Halley Brisker styled Lucy‘s hair in a middle parted short wavy do, using the ghd Chronos Hair Straightener to add texture to it–the result was a playful but delicate hairstyle that went perfectly with the softness of her gown.

Manicurist Sabrina Gayle created a holographic short manicure for Lucy, using the OPISamoan Sand‘ gel nail polish for the base and the KUKA Chrome powder to give it its specific reflection that you can see in the picture below.

Photo courtesy of Sabrina Gayle

I have always admired and treasured the work of Boynton‘s stylist Leith Clark. A dreamy oasis where one can let their mind run free, away from the crowd.

Clark‘s style is so peculiar to her, with an emphasis on the craft and the art of the dresses she chooses, the fabrics and the colors. There is a softness and a romanticism that echo through all of them but also a dark side at the same time, when looked closely.

I would describe them as melancholic ensembles that exude a kind of beauty from ancient times.

The blonde stunner is a multifaceted woman, and it is lovely to see all her nuances reflected in her collaborations with Clark, time after time, movie after movie.


The Greatest Hits is a 2024 American romantic fantasy film written, produced and directed by Ned Benson.

The movie follows Harriet (played by Lucy Boynton), who mourns her deceased boyfriend, travels back to time when she listens to a particular song associated with the latter (played by David Corenswet).

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