Kiernan Shipka Goes Goth With Viral 6-Inch Heels For ‘Seth Meyers’ – Footwear News
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Kiernan Shipka has quintessential Gen Z style, not afraid to get a little (or a lot) edgy with her chosen looks. And her fearless fashion sense was certainly in the spotlight on April 27 when the 22-year-old actress stepped out in New York for an appearance on “Late Night With Seth Meyers.” If you thought tasselled skirts were best left in the flapper era, let Shipka prove you wrong.
At the “Late Night” studio, the 22-year-old star donned a striking all-black number that was equal parts edgy, stylish and sophisticated. The ‘Mad Men’ actress wore an ultra-structured black strapless bodysuit under a fringed fringed skirt. The ropes danced around Shipka’s legs with every step, creating ample movement for a unique, smooth look. She was accessorized with minimal gold earrings and cuff bracelets and a studded black Valentino bag, paired with wavy hair and a deep bay lip.
For the shoes, Shipka paired the look with Valentino’s black patent leather Tan-Go heels with a delicate buckled ankle strap. The $1,150 style featured chunky platform soles, rounded toes, and bold block heels totaling 6.1 inches in height. The style, which also comes in cream, nude, pink and orange colorways, has given a boost to many stars in recent weeks, including Nicky Hilton, Ariana Grande, Caroline Vazzana and Emma Roberts.
The “Chilling Adventures of Sabrina” actress is currently promoting the Roku series “Swimming With Sharks,” which debuted April 15. The series, inspired by the 1994 film of the same name, follows the character of Shipka, a meek Hollywood turned ruthless. wizard, who is determined to rise to the top through ruthless tactics. Shipka took the opportunity to also discuss how she brought her friend Timothee Chalamet on a date, which you can see below:
Check out Shipka’s best looks in Jimmy Choo shoes in the gallery.
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