Dakota Johnson has continued the celebrity tradition of running a marathon in costume for a New York City press tour over the past three days, appearing in five different outfits styled by Kate Young. The Cha Cha is so smooth the actress kicked off the fashion event on Monday with an all-black Patou look, featuring a blazer, trousers and outerwear. She paired the outfit with Jimmy Choo shoes and Kate Young’s Tura sunglasses.
She turned white later that day, changing into a cavernous area blazer with her rib cage and spine showing her back. She wore her brown hair up in a bun with the evening gown she wore to the Tribeca Film Festival premiere for her film.
On Tuesday, Johnson dressed in black, white and cozy in a cream cardigan, teamed with a crop top and black culottes by The Andamane and Khaite. She wears black sunglasses and sunglasses Wandler’s sandals.
As for her appearance later that day on Tonight’s program with Jimmy Fallon, Johnson opted to wear a silky Saint Laurent suit with loose hair. She paired it with silver heels.
By Wednesday morning, Johnson had dressed and gone out again to Today’s show appearance in a monochrome look. The actress was photographed in a white blazer, lace-up bralette, high-waisted skirt and heels.
Johnson said above The Today Show about her work producing and acting Cha Cha is so smooth—And why does it mean so much to her. “Yes, I feel proudest [of this film],” she said. “I don’t know, we also screened [it] at South by Southwest, and this was my first time seeing a movie in a movie theater with an audience, and it felt so different than just being an actress in a movie because I did the whole thing from beginning to end. , and my blood, sweat, and tears were poured on it. I just feel so proud.”
She also affirmed that she always wanted to enter the show business like her parents. “I always wanted to be an actress. I was obsessed,” she said. “When they [parents Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson] was on the set, I wanted to be on the set. I just love movies. And I’m the childish type, I watch movies over and over again many times a day. Mary Poppins sure [really shaped me as a kid] And after that Home alone is a major staple. Wizard of Ozbut I would watch them daily for a few years and then switch to another one. ”
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