Olivia Cooke at “House of the Dragon” Season 2 Premiere – Paris

We cannot wait to tell you all about what actress Olivia Cooke wore to the “House of the Dragon” Season 2 Premiere in Paris.

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Stylist: Jamie Mizrahi assisted by Alex Moghtadaie
Outfit: Givenchy by Matthew M Williams
Makeup Artist: Alex Babsky
Hairstylist: Ali Pirzadeh
Shoes: Givenchy
Jewelry: Yvonne Léon

As a fan of “House of the Dragon“, I couldn’t miss the chance to write about it in every shape or form and that’s what I’ll be doing today.

I was particularly impressed by actress Olivia Cooke‘s dress for the Paris premiere of the series and its vintage feel made me fall in love instantly.

Cooke looked breathtaking in a Givenchy grey and black ensemble with plunging neckline from the Pre-Fall 2024 collection, paired with a Yvonne Léon Signet Berlingot ring in white gold with a little diamond on the lower part on the right, worn on her right ring finger.

Look 22 – Photo courtesy of Givenchy

It looks like she wore a matching pair of silver earrings but I cannot identify them precisely, so I won’t for the sake of accuracy. She also complemented the dress with a pair of black Givenchy pointy pumps.

The gown was a perfect example of the former Givenchy‘s creative director will to combine street-style with sartorial knowledge, mixing fabrics and different types of washes. If you look closely you can also see the Maison‘s little logo, sprinkled throughout, being part of the pattern.

Choosing such a streamlined ensemble was a clever choice because it went very well with the actress’ effervescent and unfussy personality and it was a subtle way to pay homage to the city where the premiere took place, a very respected and common practice.

What I loved about the look was her warmer makeup, that matched the color of her hair.

Alex Babsky applied a reddish eyeshadow on the English actress’ lids, framing her eyes with a soft trait of eyeliner. He also darkened her lower lash line (just the outer half) and applied gentle coats of mascara–to tie everything together he also used a reddish blush and a nude creamy lipstick.

Ali Pirzadeh was responsible for her hair and spontaneous fringe cut, as he revealed in an Instagram story the day of. The rest of her do was just her wavy hair doing its thing, which felt very romantic and effortless.

To go with the fit, Olivia sported a short milky manicure, but I am still not sure if she required the services of a manicurist to do them for her; as you all may know by now, we will update this article in case we do find someone.

Jamie Mizrahi has worked on Olivia‘s styling for this latest press tour and she is also responsible for the style rebirth of Adele.

Mizrahi played with the novelty factor, dressing the “Bates Motel” actress with brands that we haven’t seen her in before, the result was a playful and dynamic press tour, accented by more opulent tailoring here and there.


House of the Dragon is an American fantasy drama television series created by George R. R. Martin and Ryan Condal for HBO.

A prequel to Game of Thrones (2011–2019), it is the second television series in the A Song of Ice and Fire franchise. Condal and Miguel Sapochnik served as the showrunners for the first season.

Based on parts of Martin‘s 2018 book Fire & Blood, the series begins about 100 years after the Seven Kingdoms are united by the Targaryen conquest, nearly 200 years before the events of Game of Thrones, and 172 years before the birth of Daenerys Targaryen.

Olivia Cooke stars as  Queen / Dowager Queen Alicent Hightower. Later on she’ll be the second wife and queen consort of King Viserys I Targaryen

@streamonmax Très belle. #OliviaCooke, who plays #AlicentHightower, arrives at the #HOTDS2 Paris premiere. #HouseOfTheDragon ♬ original sound – Max
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