Olivia Wilde’s Golden Schiaparelli Gown Is a Work of Art

Oliva Wilde is going for the gold.

Last night, the Don't Worry Darling director attended the premiere of Women Talking in Los Angeles, where she pulled an artistic Schiaparelli dress for the red carpet. A structural, asymmetrical corset in gold wrapped around the torso of the long black gown. The piece also included bell sleeves and a sheath skirt. She finished off the look with small gold earrings and black platform heels.

Beauty-wise, Wilde wore sparkling champagne eyeshadow, black winged eyeliner, and a nude lip. She wore her dirty blonde locks in soft waves and pulled back into a low ponytail.

beverly hills, california   november 17 olivia wilde attends the los angeles premiere of women talking at samuel goldwyn theater on november 17, 2022 in beverly hills, california photo by michael tullbergfilmmagic
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beverly hills, california   november 17 olivia wilde attends the los angeles premiere of women talking at samuel goldwyn theater on november 17, 2022 in beverly hills, california photo by michael tullbergfilmmagic
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Wilde reflected on the evolution of her style over the years during an interview with ELLE this past July.

"I noticed… in my late 30s, I now gravitate towards higher-end brands at vintage stores. I think this is spectacular—to be able to invest in a brand I believe in, whether it’s Alaïa or it’s Gucci, and to continue the lifecycle of a piece that has been worn, but is still incredibly intact," she told the magazine. "And even though I am not a brand whore—I don’t give a shit about what brand I’m wearing—I do admire the work of certain designers, so I invest in their stuff because I believe in them and I love being able to give them a second, or sometimes third, life. Second, third, fourth, who knows. But this is very different from my early 20s, when I was like, 'I will work any ripped tee and any shitty band T-shirt because I like the feel of it.' Not anymore."

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