Hunter Schafer Makes a Classic Black Suit Look So Interesting With an Unexpected Pop of Color

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Hunter Schafer doesn’t do boring, or plain. When she steps out, you can trust her look will be breathtakingly artistic, utterly angelic, or even a little bit controversial. Yesterday, she even made the most basic workwear staple—a black suit—look like the most interesting set of clothing with a surprise pop of color.

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The Euphoria star was spotted at Los Angeles’s famed Italian restaurant Funke last night in a sleek business wear look imbued with classic Hunter Schafer-flair. Schafer donned a tailored inky-black suit composed of front-pleated pants and a blazer with a plunging V-neckline that she wore over absolutely nothing. She paired the pieces with a mesmerizing burst of color via Wicked-green pointed-toe stiletto heels that radiated as they caught the light. She added a gray purse with top handles and a crossbody strap and eschewed jewelry altogether, allowing her masterful pairings to speak for themselves. As for beauty, Schafer pulled her blonde locks into a slicked-back bun and opted for minimal, fresh-faced makeup.

The model’s looks always delightfully pack a surprise wow-factor. Most recently, she reimagined Vincent van Gogh’s masterpiece “Starry Night” when she stepped out for GQ’s Creativity Awards. Schafer made her grand entrance in a Marni gown with a pattern that appeared like thick brushstrokes of indigo, azure, and butter-yellow depicting stars in the night sky. The piece featured a low V-neckline and figure-hugging construction, which she paired with matching pointy flats.

In February, Schafer attended the Berlin Film Festival looking like the embodiment of elegance in a creamy-white maxi column dress that featured plumes of wispy feathers throughout by Acne Studios, paired with moss-green ballet flats from Maison Margiela.

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