Photographer: Saskia Lawaks
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Stylist: Harry Lambert assisted by Ryan Wohlgemut and Naomi Phillips
Outfit: custom Prada
Makeup Artist: Emma Day
Hairstylist: John Nollet assisted by Pierrick Sellenet
Manicurist: Bianca Kovacevic
While we are waiting for the Emmy Awards nominations this week, we are looking back at some red carpet moments from this past May, specifically the Cannes Film Festival.
Seen that I’ve never written about Maya Hawke who is one of my favorite actresses, I thought I might reminisce a bit about her structured ensemble for the occasion.
Hawke donned a custom Prada olive green tec satin dress with distinctive neckline and structured skirt, paired with light blue leather gloves and white patent ankle boots.
She also complemented her ensemble with a Chopard 18k white gold necklace studded with over 169 carats of white diamonds and a pair of heart-shaped diamond stud earrings from the Maison’s High Jewelry collection.
For this custom ensemble Maya played with the color palette of the movie, opting for something with a “Prada twist”, hence why the strong silhouette of her dress. It was surely difficult to pull off but the actress doesn’t take herself too seriously and her carefreeness romanticized it enough to make it look softer and not as structured. She even twirled with it.
As for her makeup, Emma Day opted for a graphic rock ‘n roll-esque smokey eye, using grey tones. She made it less heavy by applying a glittery light blue eye shadow on the inner corners. The skin was slightly flushed and on the lips she applied a rose-y lipstick.
The hair was styled by John Nollet in polished shoulder-length bob, he is one of the masters of undone style and in this case, the easy do went perfectly with the gown.
The nails were courtesy of Bianca Kovacevic, a young nail artist who is finding her footing in the industry. Sadly we weren’t able to see the manicure she created for the “Do Revenge” actress because it was covered by the Prada gloves.
I can earnestly say that I love Maya Hawke styled by Harry Lambert because he is bringing out her masculine side, one of her many interesting traits.
Lambert is known to work with artists such as Harry Styles and non-binary actors such as Emma Corrin. He’s able to respect their personalities without ever compromising them, and that to me is truly important. Maya also doesn’t like having pictures taken very much and I think in the past she maybe tried to conform and she probably thought it wasn’t the right choice.
I’m intrigued by the Maya I’m seeing, she is shining bright and I think it’s instrumental for her music and acting career (good genes aside).
Asteroid City is a 2023 American science fiction romantic comedy-drama film directed and co-produced by Wes Anderson, from a screenplay by Anderson, and a story by Anderson and Roman Coppola.
Maya Hawke stars as June Douglas, a teacher who is interested in Montana.