The American promotional tour of the drama Gray Gardens features its main star, actress Drew Barrymore (she played Edith Bouvier Beale, Jacqueline Kennedy's cousin) in a variety of fashion looks from different times.
Drew came to the world premiere of the picture in the style of "Golden Hollywood", and later demonstrated a dress with puffy sleeves in the theme of the 1980s that was hit today. Three new events showed the actress from a new perspective.
At the premiere of the tape in Los Angeles, Drew appeared in a long white Andrew GN dress from the spring collection. Oversized Art Deco jewelry and a lush hairstyle helped create the perfect bohemian chic look for Drew - a mixture of hippies, ethnic and gypsy motifs so popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
To record one of the interviews at the Hollywood Four Seasons Hotel, Drew presented herself in a Jackie Kennedy-style outfit - a NinRicci dress with a silver Badgley Mischk brooch and huge Gucci glasses. The 1960s became the theme of the day again.
Drew Barrymore wore a one-sleeve dress from Elie Saab's fall collection for the special premiere-discussion of "Gray Gardens" in Hollywood. The actress wore Giuseppe Zanotti shoes on her feet. And the head was decorated with an accessory made of feathers (as was worn in the 1930s).