Claire Foy nails the two-tone look in a daring cut-out ensemble

Yesterday Claire Foy rocked an avant garde shoulder cut-out dress for her appearance on CBS in New York City. Since her portrayal of the young Queen in The Crown to her role as the Duchess of Argyll in A Very British Scandal, Claire Foy has gone from strength to strength, and her sartorial agenda is no different.

Cut outs have taken over as the focal point of dresses this year – from endless high street dresses to Valentino’s plethora of chopped silhouettes, notably with Zendaya sporting one as their cover girl.

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Claire Foy for CBS
Claire Foy for CBS

Wearing a chic avant-garde ensemble

The 38-year old actress wore a two-tone asymmetrical number with unique details that added plenty of interest.

The first layer of the dress embraced elegant long sleeves, both of which fall off the shoulder and are accompanied by cutouts giving a halterneck style. The dress then continues with a cream coloured front layer with a structured one-shoulder layer and finished with a black belt to cinch the waist.

She let the dress do the talking by keeping accessories to a minimum. Claire is seemingly a fan of asymmetric trims after sporting an Alexandre Vauthier haute couture dress with a similar hem. She paired the two-hued number with black stilettos and swept her brunette tresses into a low 1960s style hair bun. The look was crafted by her long-time stylist Nicky Yates, has an extensive list of A-list celebrities including Daisy Edgar Jones and Pheobe Dynevor on her clientele roster.

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Claire Foy for CBS
Claire Foy for CBS

She wore the two-tone number for an appearance on CBS

She wore the outfit on CBS to promote new film Women Talking, which is loosely based on true events about a group of Mennonite women who discover men have been sexually abusing them in their sleep. She said: “We all sat around, actually, and talked one day about how the things that we've all portrayed in films or in TV shows have been deeply harrowing and quite hard for us to take”

Women Talking premieres on 10 February 2023, and we have a feeling it’s all everyone will be talking about next year.

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