Emily Blunt’s Quirky Loewe Look Is Giving Us a Need to Go Garden

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When Emily Blunt hits the red carpet, she often opts for monochromatic looks or neutral tones, adding a dash of pizzazz with sparkly accoutrements or maybe dramatic floating shoulders. However, when she does put on a print, the Quiet Place star goes full send.

For the Paris premiere of her new action-comedy The Fall Guy, Blunt chose a vibrant ensemble befitting the debut of such a lively film. For the red carpet at the UGC Normandie on Tuesday, Blunt chose a vegetable-covered matching set from the Loewe Fall/Winter ’24 ready-to-wear collection.

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Styled by Jessica Paster, Blunt’s white button-up and slacks both featured a print of floating produce across them, including images of turnips and what appeared to be potatoes or possibly even sunchokes. The actor’s silky top was tucked into a pair of ballooning pants that featured a thick black belt peeking out of the gathered fabric. To complete the look, Blunt’s stylist slipped her into a pair of beige Manolo Blahnik sandals and gold swordlike drop earrings from Tiffany & Co.

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Those who follow Loewe closely will remember that much of the label’s Fall/Winter womenswear show was centered on food and nature, from the top-handle bags that looked like bunches of asparagus to the embroidered sweaters that featured sprawling greenery and birds perched in branches.

This is the second striking look Blunt has worn for the Fall Guy press tour this week. On Monday, the actor attended a special screening at the BFI Imax Waterloo in London, where she wore a two-tone black-and-white tuxedo from Malone Souliers.

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