Anya Taylor-Joy continues her reign as best dressed of the Emma press tour. For the premiere of the film in Los Angeles on Tuesday night, Taylor-Joy wore a vintage Bob Mackie wedding gown, plucked from the archives of her stylist Law Roach, which she paired with jewels by Mateo.
The beaded, Victorian-style gown is in line with what she's been wearing to other events for the movie. For a screening in New York, she wore an exaggerated basque skirt and a matching top from Loewe.
Though, not everything she's worn has been on theme with the film's 19th-century setting. While in New York for an appearance on Good Morning America earlier this week, Taylor-Joy wore a skin-tight, leopard-print jumpsuit underneath a black sequin balloon dress by Halpern, even sporting the matching leopard-print heels. It might be something Emma would have worn, if Emma were around in 1983.
The actor's bold fashion choices earned her the cover for the New York Post's fashion-focused insert, Alexa, during New York Fashion Week, where she wore designs by Prabal Gurung, Richard Quinn, and Mary Katrantzou.
"I think a lot of people mistakenly believe that it's cool not to care — especially when you're 13, 14 — but I just care so much about everything," she said during an interview for Alexa. "If I like something, I don't just like it, I love it."
See more of Taylor-Joy's vintage Bob Mackie look, below.
Anya Taylor-Joy in vintage Bob mackie at the premiere of "Emma" in Los Angeles Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images