Julia Fox Wore a Mini Wedding Dress and Veil for New York Fashion Week

The model-actress attended the Wiederhoeft fashion show on Tuesday.
Julia Fox

Julia Fox.

Leave it to Julia Fox to (literally) bring the bridal aesthetic to New York Fashion Week. While the festivities are now over, we’ll be thinking about the actress-model’s all-white look for weeks to come.

The Uncut Gems star was spotted at the Wiederhoeft fashion show on Sept. 12, where she donned a white strapless mini dress—but it was Fox’s accessories that really turned heads. The 33-year-old wore a sheer, floor-length veil over her head that ended in a fuzzy hem at her feet. She also sported patterned above-the-elbow gloves, towering platform heels and a small white handbag. While her glam was somewhat obscured by the veil, Fox opted for lined lips and wore her auburn hair straight.

The No Sudden Move actress is a NYFW regular who isn’t afraid to experiment or express herself with fashion. In another showstopping look, Fox also sported a barely-there metal bikini, which she wore to the PrettyLittleThing x Naomi Campbell runway show on Sept. 5.

“I remember being young and poor and really loving fashion,” Fox told ES Magazine earlier this year as she reflected on her journey with fashion. “I would steal the magazines from my lobby that would go to other neighbors who had subscriptions to Vogue or whatever, and I would cut them up and make collages. But it just seemed so inaccessible, so far away. Now that I have the stage, in terms of fashion, I want to show that you don’t need everything head-to-toe Balenciaga.”

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