June 1, 2023

Lucy Boynton looked delightful in pink while attending the Chanel Tribeca Festival Women’s Filmmaker Luncheon in New York on Thursday.

The British-American actress, 28, donned an enchanting long-sleeve mini pink Chanel Bedding Set with a frilly collar and an ornate gold gross and matching gold buttons.

The ‘Through Her Lens’ annual event supports women in film and ‘champions up-and-coming women writers and directors in the United States.’

Her short platinum tresses were parted in the middle and worn in a sleek straight style.

The Bohemian Rhapsody star accessorized with a sparkly diamond ring and wore diamond earrings in the shape of bows for the occasion.

As for glam, Rami Malek’s girlfriend accentuated her natural beauty with dramatic black mascara, a touch of blush, and pink lipstick.

Last year, to celebrate the 7th annual ‘Through Her Lens’ program, Boynton took part in a three-part series that showed an inside look at her creative process for developing a character.

>>> Read More: Chanel Post

Also part of the series was actress Alisha Boe, 25, and director Hannah Peterson, who gave a glimpse into the making of her first feature film.

In terms of her career, the actress currently has one movie in pre-production, Faithfull, where she portrays rock star Marianne Faithfull.

She recently completed her work on Chevalier, where she plays Marie Antoinette, and her role in The Pale Blue Eye, which is currently in post-production.

Boynton is also reportedly being sought to play British magazine legend Tina Brown in a high-profile TV adaptation of her 2017 book The Vanity Fair Diaries.

The book centers on the media culture of New York in the 1980s and Brown’s eight years as editor in chief of Vanity Fair.

Brown, 68, has personally requested that Boynton be hired to play her, and there is an intriguing family connection, too. Boynton’s father, Graham, wrote for Vanity Fair and was editor of Conde Nast Traveller, having been recruited by Brown’s late husband Harold Evans.

>>> Check on our collection onĀ Reverlavie

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *