Brad Pitt is not the only celebrity sporting a new style amid the Bullet Train press tour. Growing up in front of our eyes, former child star Joey King has been wearing more mature styles throughout the junket. Portraying Prince in the film, King stars as a dangerous British assassin, posing as an innocent schoolgirl.
Clearly paying homage to her character in the forthcoming film, King has spearheaded the trend of uniform dressing and a fashionable badassery, from Paris to Germany, London, and Los Angeles.
Together, with her longtime stylist Jared Eng, King has curated a subversive wardrobe filled with corsets, leather, cutouts, and bodysuits, and more avant-garde ensembles.
The 23-year-old actress posed alongside her fiancé Steven Piet and her Bullet Train castmates Brad Pitt, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Zazie Beetz, Logan Lerman, and more. The film follows five different assassins aboard a fast moving “bullet train,” traveling from Toyko to Morioka. The hired guns eventually uncover a strange truth about their missions – while they may not be as interwoven as they originally thought, their assignments have something in common. Directed by David Leitch, Bullet Train hits theaters on August 5.
Monday night, the star attended the film’s L.A. premiere in a white plunging tuxedo top with cutouts along the hip and a fringed floor-length skirt from designer Cong Tri. Wearing a dropped silver Shaun Leane necklace, King wore her brunette hair in a slicked down, side-parted bun with graphic white eyeliner and a white manicure.
For Bullet Train’s London premiere, King wore her hair slicked down in finger waves, wearing a statement-making ensemble from Marc Jacobs’ Fall/Winter 2022 collection. Featuring a black and red checkered floor-length skirt, King wore a backless baby blue turtleneck top with black leather opera gloves.
Attending the Bullet Train photocall in London, King sported a black minidress with a sheer cutout bust from Albanian designer Nensi Dojaka’s Fall/Winter 2022 collection. Teaming her look with sheer black Wolford stockings, King wore black platform Naked Wolfe boots with a spikey bun.
Walking the red carpet at the Berlin premiere, King slipped into a sleek knit Balenciaga black turtleneck bodysuit, worthy of a spy with an eye-popping pink pink asymmetrical bob.
King posed at the Berlin photo call in a mid-length black Paco Rabanne chain halter neck dress. The asymmetric design featured a chain neckline attachment and a hook and eye enclosed corset, the dress extends into a pleated skirt with a thigh-high slit. The actress slipped into platform strappy Naked Wolfe sandals, finishing off her look with polished waves and face-framing baby braids.
Walking the red carpet for Bullet Train’s Parisian premiere, King opted for the quintessential schoolgirl ensemble from Thom Browne. Wearing a sheer, collared floor-length button-down, King finished off her look with a strapless corset, a pleated mid-length skirt, and pointy-toe pumps. Debuting a choppy set of bangs and shoulder-length hair, King’s bedazzled smokey eye amped up the glamour.
Attending the Paris photocall, King wore a leather set from Materiel Tbilisi, including wide-leg trousers and a slick blazer with a slinky fashion floss Didu bralette. Accessorizing her outfit with Naked Wolfe platform leather boots and a padlock chain necklace from Vitaly, King wore her tresses down and straightened.