After months of delays, the much-anticipated Wonder Woman sequel, Wonder Woman 1984, will finally hit screens later this month, and star Gal Gadot is making up for lost time with her hyper-glam press tour outfits. Gadot—who burst onto the industry’s radar with the release of the record-breaking first Wonder Woman film in 2017—has fast established herself as a Hollywood star with serious sartorial power, and this tour, despite being socially-distanced, has proved no different.
First up there was a smashing red power suit by Saint Laurent, next came a genuinely show-stopping sheer red gown by Valentino, which Gadot wore to attend a virtual red carpet for the film’s Chinese launch. Stylist Elizabeth Stewart, whose impressive client book also includes Amanda Seyfried, Viola Davis, and Julia Roberts, paired the gown with a statement diamond and pearl earcuff by Tiffany & Co.
Gadot is a long-time fan of the jewellery brand, wearing their pieces multiple times on the red carpet. Earlier this year reports revealed that in the upcoming Agatha Christie adaptation Death on the Nile, Gadot wears the iconic 128-carat “Tiffany Diamond”, making her only the fourth woman in history (joining the ranks of Audrey Hepburn and Lady Gaga) to wear the priceless jewel.
Then it was onto Seoul, where Gadot slipped into something a little more sultry: A custom Versace look. She kept the hair and makeup pared-back and simple, allowing the dress—a fitting black number with cut-out details and safety pins up the leg, evoking the iconic Elizabeth Hurley red carpet moment from 1994—to do the talking. Elsewhere on the press tour Stewart has opted for more avant-garde choices, like a psychedelic ensemble by the buzzy, newly relaunched Parisian fashion house Patou, and a ripped Wonder Woman tee by Miu Miu.
Given how robbed we’ve found ourselves of glamour this year, Gadot’s eclectic sartorial choices have had their desired effect: Tickets to Wonder Woman 1984, anyone?