The "Smile" singer has been showing off her stylish looks while starring in the play 'The Pillowman' in London
The “Smile” singer, 38, was seen Thursday at London’s Duke of York Theatre — where she is currently starring inThe Pillowman — wearing the Erdem Melora asymmetric ruffled satin-trimmed recycled-lace midi dress and carrying an Anya Hindmarch clutch.
If the dress looks very familiar, it's because you saw it last week on Swift.
Fans speculated that the color of the dress was significant for the singer, given the history between Swift and Antonoff. Blue is linked to Swift’s 1989 era, which marked the early part of her musical collaborations with Antonoff. For the original cover of her 1989 album, which was first released in 2014, Swift wore a shirt featuring a blue sky and seagulls. The color is also referenced in the lyrics for the song “This Love” from the record: “Clear blue water/High tide came and brought you in.”
Allen’s appearance in the Erdem dress is the latest in a very stylish streak for the British star, who previously showed off her wardrobe styled by Kyle De'Volle after each Pillowman performance in a series of fashionable off-duty Instagram pictures.
One snap showed Allen modeling a Lurline dress that included a leather skirt and sequined bodice. Another photo captured the singer donning a lilac halter, camouflage cargo pants and Christian Louboutin heels.
And in an example of gothic glam, Allen is seen in a snap dressed in an off-the-shoulder tiered gown and Jimmy Choo heels — complemented by a heart-shaped purse and beaded Saturn-pendant choker necklace courtesy of Vivienne Westwood.
On Wednesday evening, the actress sported a GCDS-designed gold and black tiger-print gown and black platform heels.
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Allen plays Katurian in The Pillowman, written by Martin McDonagh, which made its West End premiere in June. Of the play, Allen said in 2022 via Broadwayworld.com: “One of our most inventive playwrights, Martin McDonagh, is renowned for pushing boundaries and it's a privilege to join this show. Together with my incredible 2.22 director Matthew Dunster, I am excited to help create a production of The Pillowman that is sorely needed right now in these unprecedented times.”
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