Style File: Emma Corrin's Statement-Making Fashion Moments

Best-known for her role as princess Diana in 'The Crown', the Miu Miu favourite and puff-sleeve power dresser is making a name in fashion as in film


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NOVEMBER 2020

Impression-making was Emma's style objective for 'The Crown' premier, and she outdid herself with a custom Miu Miu tunic and tights, all puff-sleeves, ruffled bib and sparkly tartan.

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SEPTEMBER 2020

For the 77th Venice Film Festival, Emma dons a look that sits firmly between sailor-chic and relaxed elegance: a Miu Miu cotton-poplin blouse and black leather skirt — sleek, with well-executed whismy.

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SEPTEMBER 2020

The canals are witness to a week of pretty, pampered looks — this time, a monochrome one by way of a sweeping V-neck Miu Miu gown and slicked-back hair. That the actor's Chaumet diamond earrings were mis-matched nodded quietly at her penchant for the outre.

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NOVEMBER 2020

If there was a moment that confirmed Emma as a daring figure in the British fashion set, it was her appearance on Graham Norton's namesake show in the enormous leg-of-mutton sleeves and statement jewels of this floral Richard Quinn dress. She wore it (and a pair of satin opera gloves) in a way that was loud and unapologetic, commanding the stage like, well, royalty.

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MARCH 2020

A sumputous collision of volume and fuschia in the form of an A-line mini dress was Emma's go-to for the premier of Philippa Lowthorpe's comedy-drama 'Misbehaviour'. It was, if anything, a sign of puffery to come.

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MARCH 2020

Emma saunters down the streets of the French capital during Paris Fashion Week womenswear fall/winter 2020 in black velvet Miu Miu.

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FEBRUARY 2020

Grey suits are a frequently worn and frequently challenging feat, due in no small part to the nature of tailoring. Enter Emma's tout Celine menswear three-piece for the British Vogue and Tiffany & Co. Fashion and Film Party, held at London's legendary nightclub Annabel's — a lesson in sharp and simple dressing.

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MARCH 2021

More Miu Miu, more velvet for the 2021 Golden Globes. Giant ruffles were on the table too, with a collar (and a well-placed tear drop) reminiscent of Pierrot clowns.

Photo / @emmalouisecorrin


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