Alexandra Daddario Is in Her Element With All-Black Layered Corset Look for Paris Fashion Week

The actress sported a gorgeous Dior number and a bright red lip.
Alexandra Daddario.

Alexandra Daddario.

Alexandra Daddario is slowly climbing the ranks as a fashion icon. She donned a gorgeous and unique all-black layered number during Paris Fashion Week and shared all the pics, as well as behind-the-scenes content, with her 23.2 million Instagram followers.

@dior in Paris. My heart! I love it,” she wrote in French under her March 1 post and tagged photographer Jason Lloyd-Evans.

The White Lotus actress wore a Dior ankle-length dress with a black floral corset on top. The upper half of the gown featured a high neckline with buttons and puffy sleeves, while the pleated skirt fell in an A-line style. 

She paired the look with a signature Christian Dior emblazoned black-and-white bag, black closed-toe platform Mary Jane heels and massive black sunglasses.

Her hair was slicked back and away from her face, and Daddario opted for glowy but minimal makeup other than a bold red lip by Dior.

“Who is she?” she captioned another carousel post of herself posing for the camera in front of gorgeous French windows with a cup of tea.

“my Parisian dior queeeen,” Tommy Dorfman quipped in the comments.

“In your element,” someone can be heard saying in the background of the first video slide.

Daddario channeled a similar aesthetic to her eerie show, Mayfair Witches, which recently was renewed for Season 2.

“As an actress, I just got to be like, oh, eff it, I’m gonna try something really wild,” she told Entertainment Weekly about taking on the unique role of Dr. Rowan Fielding in the show, who is vastly different from her previous on-screen characters. “I think things just get turned up a notch, where you really get to see Rowan fully in this world. The first season is a lot of setting up where she is, who she is and how she gets these powers. Now she fully knows who she is, so I think it can only get more chaotic from here.”

The show, based on the book series by Anne Rice, just released the first season’s shocking final episode on AMC.

“Anne was a really fascinating human being, and I am always intrigued by this idea of what someone with her mind and her perception of the world around her has to say about what it means to be a woman—no matter how strong you are or how much power you have, you still have to contend with your place in the world, the discrimination that comes with being a woman,” Daddario continued. “She puts it in these fantastical extreme stories where you have a woman who’s trying to get power, and no matter what she’s doing, she’s being told no by a lot of the men around her. How she deals with that in this huge way with magical powers, it’s a really fun and interesting metaphor for being a woman, I think.”

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Ananya Panchal


Ananya Panchal is a NYC-based Lifestyle & Trending News writer at SI Swimsuit. Before joining the Swim team, the Boston University Alum worked for culture & entertainment beats at Bustle, The San Francisco Chronicle and the TODAY Show. When Ananya is not writing or doom-scrolling on social media, she can be found playing sudoku, rewatching One Tree Hill or trying new restaurants. She's also a coffee and chocolate (separately) enthusiast.