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Julia Fox Wears a 3D-Printed Breastplate Top and Graphic Eyeliner

Julia Fox Wears a 3D-Printed Breastplate Top and Graphic Eyeliner

The actor chose a new avant-garde look for a Tribeca Film Festival premiere.

Julia Fox stepped out in another unorthodox look last week.

The No Sudden Move actor attended the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of her best friend, Richie Shazam’s, short film “Savitree” Thursday night, wearing a new spin on her avant-garde red-carpet style. Her all-black look included a 3D-printed bralette top from Brazilian high fashion technology brand Artemisi, featuring a breastplate with wide straps evoking a neck brace and metal chain straps at the back.

She paired the unique top with a micro-mini leather skirt, matching thigh-high boots, and a motorcycle jacket. For her beauty look, the star wore her hair in a tight ponytail and forwent her signature smeared black eye shadow in favor of graphic eyeliner, drawn in loops around her bleached eyebrows.

The Uncut Gems actor also took an unexpected mode of transportation to the premiere. She shared a clip on her Instagram story, wearing her full look as she rides an electric Citi Bike to the premiere. “I’m a ‘by any means necessary type of b*tch,” she wrote alongside the video.

Fox has become known as a celebrity who makes unpredictable fashion choices, often involving latex, leather, and sculptural designs. During a red-carpet interview with People, Fox spoke on her “fearless” style, telling the outlet that there aren’t any styles or trends she wouldn’t wear.

“I think just being fearless, not giving a f—, doing what I feel like doing, and not caring about whether society thinks it’s normal or not. If I think it’s cool, then it’s cool,” she said.