The dress on every pinterest board since its debut on the Paris runway earlier this year saw the light of day again to much delight, at first on the ever-chic Suki Waterhouse, at the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscars Party, and later this week in sleeved form, in British Vogue, April 2022, on Anya Taylor Joy.
Liya Kebede wore custom Maison Alaïa by Pieter Mulier for the Oscars this year; an oxblood velvet dream with a cut-out front and classic halter back.
Venus Williams in custom Givenchy, by Matthew M. Willams for the Vanity Fair 2022 Oscars After Party.
Venus wore an optic white matte silk cady bustier top with raw-edged cut-outs on the sides, worn with a high-waisted, white matte silk cady skirt.
Another fan of Louboutin for key eventwear looks, Anya Taylor Joy wore a sleek stiletto by the Parisian designer, with a minimal ankle strap; the perfect accompaniment to her sheer black gown.
As part of his exclusive interview for High Snobiety last month, Euphoria's "Fezco" , a.k.a Angus Cloud, wore a classic Loewe Trench, made modern in electric Neon Anagram.
While our ready-to-wear offering sits in the womenswear buy at Faradays, the iconic Neon Anagram aesthetic can be achieved via a number of key pieces in the current new season collection. Or boys, do as Chalamet does, and borrow from the girls.