Are Zoë Kravitz And Channing Tatum Hollywood's Newest Best-Dressed Couple
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Though the era of pantaboots and all-latex everything may seem to reign supreme among the A-list fashion set, Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum are proving that all is not lost for the minimalist.

On Easter Sunday, the couple was photographed walking hand in hand in London, where they coordinated spring outfits in neutral, earthy color palettes.

The Batman actress wore a look typical of her pared-down but effortlessly cool style that fans have come to recognise her by. Sporting a slouchy grey turtleneck and rusty wide-leg trousers layered under a roomy black overcoat, she accessorised with a pair of sand-coloured oval sunglasses and black ballet flats.

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For his part, Tatum looked every bit the part of a suave Hollywood leading man in his structured dark brown coat, navy undershirt, tan slacks, and blue sneakers.

As an ambassador for Saint Laurent, Kravitz made various splashy red-carpet appearances earlier this year dressed in gowns from the Parisian fashion house.

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While on a promo tour for The Batman, in which she stars as Selina Kyle opposite Robert Pattinson‘s Bruce Wayne, Kravitz paid homage to the superhero franchise in a gown with underboob cutouts that vaguely resembled the comic book’s iconic Bat-Signal.

She also repped the house during the 94th Academy Awards. Wearing a strapless dusty pink gown with a bow to the prestigious ceremony, she finished her look with diamonds from Kwiat.

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On the beauty front, Kravitz worked with YSL on a recent lipstick collaboration. “I love the values that exist within the heritage of the brand, the many layers of stories within it, the aesthetic,” she told at the time. “To be able to have the freedom to create within this world? It was incredible.”

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.