Selena Gomez hasn’t been to a ton of red carpets lately. However, when the singer-actress does make an appearance, her style game is always on point.
For the New York premiere of her horror-comedy film, The Dead Don’t Die, Gomez wore a $15,900 little black dress from Celine. Her bustier draped frock is the 63rd look from Hedi Slimane’s Spring/Summer 2019 debut collection for the French house. The ’80s-inspired silhouette boasts feathered puff sleeves and a mini hemline.
Kate Young, Gomez’s longtime stylist and collaborator, accessorized the outfit with a pair of high-heeled patent leather mules from Giuseppe Zanotti. She finished off the look with a pair of Cartier diamond earrings and two diamond rings.
Her right-hand makeup artist Hung Vanngo gave her a soft brown smoky eye with nude lipstick and blush. He uploaded a selfie and video of the “Wolves” singer on his Instagram account showing off her look before she hit the premiere.
Hairstylist Marissa Marino pinned up Gomez’s brown hair into a chic updo and soft, wavy layers that framed her face. She also posted a behind-the-scenes video of Gomez before she headed out to the red carpet. “Sel, where are you going?” inquired Vanngo in the background. “Oh, I’m going to my movie premiere,” Gomez replied as she twirled in the hallway.
After the movie screening, Gomez slipped into a comfy set of black silk pajamas with white piping. She also swapped out her mules for a pair of pointed-toe heels and added a black leather Louis Vuitton bag.