9 Best Ana De Armas Style Moments: From The Gray Man Red Carpet Silver Siren to Bond Girl at the 007 Premiere
Following her portrayal of Marilyn in the upcoming biopic ‘Blonde,’ the 33-year-old Cuban actress is the name on everyone’s lips – we revisit her best red carpet looks of all time – see all photos
In case you haven’t heard, Ana de Armas is a big deal right now. Cuban actress playing Marilyn Monroe in the future netflix biopic Blond is the name on everyone’s lips, following the release of the trailer for the film that has everyone buzzing about Ana’s uncanny resemblance to silver screen legend Norma Jean.
After his stellar turn as Obligation girl Paloma in no time to dieand leading roles in films such as deep waters and war dogs – who has more than shown off her acting skills – Ana is now increasingly recognized as one of Hollywood’s biggest names. Here at Good morning! Fashion office (alongside her phenomenal career), we also closely followed her stunning turns on the red carpet. Her style is just as versatile as her roles, from the menswear-inspired Alexandre Vauthier haute couture tuxedo she wore at the Knives Out premiere to the candy pink dress she donned to attend the Louis Vuitton show – it’s clear she’s not afraid to mix it all up when it comes to the red carpet.
We’re rounding up her 9 most stylish moments on the red carpet (so far) below:
It gives gladiator
Ana de Armas donned a dazzling metallic dress that fans dubbed “the gladiator dress.” For the red carpet premiere of The Gray Man in Los Angeles, she wore a Louis Vuitton dress with a reflective skirt made of geometrically shaped strips of fabric and a silver bustier. Ana skillfully teamed the look with silver strappy heels and diamond earrings.
Ana de Armas attended the Louis Vuitton Womenswear Spring/Summer 2022 show as part of Paris Fashion Week in October 2021 in a bubblegum pink dress which of course came from the legendary French house. Proving she can master a girly dress just as well as a sultry 007-esque gown, this style chameleon has proven that when it comes to fashion stakes, she’s definitely one to watch.
Ana pulled out all the stops for the London premiere of James Bond: No Time to Die. The Cuban actress looked sensational in personalized Louis Vuitton, paying homage to the women who came before her; she looked like every inch of the Bond girl archetype. She paired the stunning plunging black dress with jewelry from Chopard.
Ana walked to the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards in a dazzling Ralph & Russo gown that sparkled on the red carpet. She paired her midnight blue dress with a matching sapphire necklace and diamond drop earrings from Tiffany and company. The raised lipstick? Iconic.
Life in Beige
Proving she can wear a multitude of styles, Ana arrived at the 20th Annual AFI Awards held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles wearing a minimalist dark pinkish beige dress. The ensemble, which went perfectly with her bronze smokey eye, was completed with chocolate-colored pumps. This look was a lesson in effortless yet feminine dressing.
lady in red
Ana de Armas attended the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar party hosted by Radhika Jones in a stunning red dress that gave us all our first inkling that she was destined to shine. The dress itself was Dolce and Gabbana and while relatively modest for an Oscars after-party, the look was given an instant boost when paired with her artfully tousled hair and sultry makeup.
Chanel, what else?
One of our favorite moments of Ana was when she put on Chanel for the premiere of Knives out in 2019. The feather-embroidered organza dress from the designers’ Spring/Summer 2019/2020 haute couture collection gave us Cottagecore chic before Cottagecore was even a thing. The 33-year-old actress kept it simple by opting for a side-swept up-do that showed off her famous features.
Not easily ruffled
One of the most defining moments of Ana de Armas’ stylistic journey is undoubtedly her stunning dress embellished with Giambattista Valli Spring 2017 couture, which she wore to the Tokyo premiere of Blade Runner 2049. The outfit was dripping with romance, and her hyper-feminine dress was paired with an updo and flawless makeup.
Borrowed from the boys
There’s nothing more sensational than a menswear-inspired look, just ask legendary style icon Charlotte Rampling. For the London Film Festival premiere of Knives out Ana opted for an Alexandre Vauthier haute couture tuxedo with oversized lapels, a velvet bow tie, a ruffled shirt and a 1970s prom-style pink eyelet. The look may have been borrowed from the boys, but it always had the feminine DNA we’ve come to expect from an Armas red carpet moment.