- Emma Corrin wore a very edgy look to the 2022 Olivier Awards in London on Sunday.
- The ‘The Crown’ star appeared in an outfit from Jonathan Anderson’s Fall 2022 collection for Loewe.
- Corrin’s playful set was designed with a balloon bra top and matching balloon heels.
Emma Corrin turned heads on Sunday in one of her most eye-catching outfits to date.
The ‘The Crown’ star attended the 2022 Olivier Awards at London’s Royal Albert Hall in a designed look with a balloon top and matching balloon heels. Harry Lambert dressed Corrin in an outfit straight off the catwalk from Jonathan Anderson’s Fall 2022 collection for Loewe, according to Vogue.
Corrin’s fishnet slip dress featured a balloon print in different shades of beige. It matched the 3D balloon bra top and black boots that Corrin wore with the dress.
According to Vogue Runway, the balloon motif was heavily featured in the designer’s latest collection during Paris Fashion Week in February.
Lambert shared Corrin’s look on Instagram with the caption, “🎈In Love 🎈! This one’s for the Gays!”
He accessorized Corrin’s camp-inspired outfit with Cartier jewelry.
This isn’t the first time Corrin and Lambert have had fun with her red carpet outfit.
At the 2021 Emmy Awards, Corrin stood out in a custom strapless yellow Miu Miu dress. They paired the simple dress with a beanie-style hat and mittens. The gloves exposed Corrin’s long, pointed black fingernails, which almost looked like claws.
Corrin and Lambert also worked together on the clown-inspired Miu Miu dress she wore to the 2021 Golden Globes.
That night, Corrin won the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Princess Diana in season four of the hit Netflix series.
The ‘The Crown’ star told Vogue they sent the Italian label pictures of clowns as inspiration for their design.
“It probably sounds a little crazy, but we were inspired by the Pierrot clowns, with their giant ruffs and androgynous figures,” Corrin said.
Representatives for Corrin and Lambert did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.