In an interview with Vogue, the styling duo said their goal with Palmer’s “No” look was to clearly differentiate her from her character in the Jordan Peele film, who is more “covered up” and “very relaxed” with her fashion. It started with her Marc Jacobs searching the film’s LA debutwhich consisted of one white bustier top and low waist black maxi skirtequipped with elbow-length gloves.
“I’ve been a huge fan of Marc and his artistry for years, so I jumped at the chance to wear one of his designs to the premiere,” Palmer shared Vogue. “It made me feel powerful and effortless at the same time, which is very hard to do. In the end, the whole look, mixed with my braids, felt really futuristic yet classic—which I thought was perfect for ‘No’— premiere and fits the theme of the film.”
In New York, they kept the energy up with a see-through fishnet dress over a black and white bodysuit Prada and a light “Sulphur twill” yellow-green suit from Christopher John Rogers‘ Collection 09. Palmer turned to Prada (and long gloves) again for the red carpet “No” in Rome: a strapless yellow satin dress, complete with a movie-star-worthy train.
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Follow Palmer’s best fashion moments from the “No” press tour in the gallery below.