Anya Taylor-Joy: A Fashion Star on the Rise

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Netflix has revealed that The Queen’s Gambit, the seven-part series starring Anya Taylor-Joy as chess prodigy Beth Harmon, has become its most-watched scripted limited series ever. According to the streaming service, 62 million accounts viewed the show in the first 28 days since it launched.

Set in the Sixties in the US, the acclaimed series has introduced many of us to the talented Taylor-Joy, who looks fabulous in the chic shift dresses and pastel-toned coats of the era.

It’s not just on-screen that the American-born Argentine-British actor shines – Taylor-Joy has become known for her impeccable red carpet fashion choices too, and at the age of 24, it seems she’s only just getting started.

Here are five reasons why Anya Taylor-Joy is already a style star.

1

The Show-stopping Gowns

Taylor-Joy certainly knows how to make an entrance on the red carpet, favoring showstopping gowns that are glamorous but edgy too, like the cornflower blue tiered tulle Gucci number she donned for the 2017 BAFTAs.

Anya Taylor-Joy in Gucci British Academy Film Awards
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Ever since her breakout role in the horror movie The Witch in 2015, the actor has often chosen Dolce & Gabbana for high-profile events, choosing glitzy column dresses that need little accessorizing.

Anya Taylor-Joy Film Festival Awards
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2

The Princess Dresses

As well as edgy, fashion-forward pieces, Taylor-Joy isn’t afraid to embrace her girly side in pretty pink and white concoctions, like this ballet-inspired corset dress, another Dolce & Gabbana design.

Anya Taylor-Joy Nespresso British Academy Awards
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Championing an up-and-coming designer for the Royal Academy of Arts summer party in 2018, she chose a stunning gold dress with floral and feather detailing by Chinese-born Huishan Zhang.

Anya Taylor-Joy Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition
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3

The Minidresses

No wonder she looked so good in The Queen’s Gambit – Taylor-Joy has long had a penchant for Sixties-style minidresses, describing this Chanel look on Instagram as “60s Alice [in Wonderland]”.

Anya Taylo-Joy Serpentine PArty
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At last year’s Glass premiere in London, she sported a look straight off the Saint Laurent runway, a bib-front LBD, and headband from the Spring/Summer 2019 collection.

Anya Taylor-Joy Glass Premiere
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4

The Gothic Vibes

Naturally blonde, Taylor-Joy looks amazing with dark locks, too, often embracing the gothic vibes with lacy black dresses such as this floral mesh gown by, you guessed it, Dolce & Gabbana.

Anya Taylor-Joy British Academy Awards
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5

The Glamorous Headgear

You may have noticed a recurring fashion theme in that Taylor-Joy often accessorizes her red carpet outfits with a glitzy headband or ribbon, making her stand out from the crowd.

 

Anya Taylor-Joy Met Gala 2018
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Taking the ‘crowning glory’ theme one step further, at last year’s Critics Circle Film Awards, the actor’s hair was adorned with gold leaf flecks, the beautifully shimmering look complemented with metallic eye make-up and a dark pink lip.

Anya Taylor-Joy Critics Circle Film Awards
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