Between hosting the Met Gala red carpet to starring in a handful of on-screen projects, including Jordan Peele’s Nope, Disney Pixar’s Lightyear, and NBC’s game show Password, Keke Palmer is booked and busy. The self-proclaimed “millennial diva” has a lot going on, which means dressing for a slew of red carpet moments. So what does the social media star and actor wear in a week? A glimpse at her wardrobe shows us Palmer is in the know when it comes to supporting up-and-coming labels, be it Hanfia, LaQuan Smith, or Ottolinger.
From sky-high stilettos to sneakers, body-hugging leather catsuits to shiny oversized blouses and trousers, here’s everything Keke Palmer wears in a week.
Monday: The Millennial Diva
“This look is a Hanifa original, darling,” Palmer says as she describes her persona as a Barbie doll. While donning a purple bedazzled jacket and satin green cargo pants, she says, “I just feel very jazzy, excited, and fun.”
Tuesday: Red Carpet Style
Whether she’s walking the red carpet or hosting it, Palmer opts for something that makes her feel both elegant and sexy, like this sparkling LaQuan Smith number.
Wednesday: Power Woman
In a head-to-toe leather look, Palmer exclaims, “I just live for Roberto Cavalli; it always makes me think about my girl Aaliyah. Nobody wore Roberto Cavalli like she did.”
Thursday: Keke Off Duty
For brunch with friends or a walk through Central Park, a full athleisure-inspired look from Louis Vuitton gives Palmer what she describes as a “playful yet mature” off-duty style.
Friday: The Go-To
“I don’t like to play favorites, but this is probably my favorite look.” Comfortable yet elevated, Palmer likes this outfit for any occasion. “It’s very much still giving you a look, but I barely had to try.”
Saturday: Out On the Town
For parties or hanging out with friends in Hollywood, Palmer opts for something unexpectedly cool, like this Ottolinger maxi skirt and mesh polo.
Sunday: Travel Day Style
“My main thing is comfort over style. However, there’s ways you can keep things jazzed up.” To keep it cozy but photo opp-ready, Palmer gravitates to fuzzy Balenciaga slides, a crushed velvet set from LaQuan Smith, and a cushy airplane-ready puffer from John Elliot.
Director: Jillian Iscaro
Director of Photography: Joshua Echevarria
Editor: Tajah Smith
Producer: Nicola Pardy
Associate Director, Creative Development, Vogue: Alexandra Gurvitch
Market Editor: Madeline Fass
Associate Producer: Qieara Lesesne
Production Assistant: Anna Barger
Assistant Camera: Paola Oliveros
Camera Operator: Dada Shikako
Gaffer: John Guillen
Audio: Amelia Palmer
Set Designer: Taylor Horne
Prop Stylist: Daisy Lagunas
Hair Stylist: Ann Jones
Makeup Artist: Jordana David
Wardrobe Stylists: Wayman Bannerman + Micah McDonald
Wardrobe Assistant: Jamilah Phillips
Covid Supervisor: Jason Chester
Production Coordinator: Ava Kashar
Production Manager: Kit Fogarty
Senior Director, Production Management: Jessica Schier
Post-Production Coordinator: Andrea Farr
Supervising Editor: Kameron Key
Post-Production Supervisor: Marco Glinbizzi
Talent Booker: Phoebe Feinberg
Director of Content, Production, Vogue: Rahel Gebreyes
Senior Director, Programming, Vogue: Linda Gittleson
Executive Producer: Ruhiya Nuruddin
VP, Digital Video English, Vogue: Joe Pickard
Filmed On Location BC Studio
Special Thanks To Bill and Carol Cote
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