Breakout star Ana de Armas is on the verge of doing so, thanks to a little movie called Blond, in which Cuban-born actress Marilyn Monroe plays. De Armas is already generating Oscar buzz for her role as a Hollywood bombshell, with her portrayal of the broken actress so accurate that fans have made side-by-side comparisons to praise the accuracy of her portrayal.
Ana de Armas was already a big star in Cuba before she made headlines around the world when she landed roles in blockbusters like knife out and no time to die. Then a whirlwind relationship with Deep water Co-star Ben Affleck made her a tabloid sensation. Needless to say, she’s walked many red carpets with a style that has evolved over the years and has cemented her as a fashion icon.
Join us on a journey through Ana de Armas’ style through the years.
Most of us have plenty of evidence that we bought into some questionable fashion trends in the 2010s, but Ana de Armas escaped relatively unscathed. Sure, we might not wear those platform peep toes anymore, but this dress still looks.
Again, it’s definitely circa 2012, but swap out the giant pendant necklace (remember those?) and de Armas is living her indie-sleaze era.
If this isn’t proof that de Armas would make the perfect Marilyn Monroe, we don’t know what is.
Cobalt blue is definitely the color of de Armas.
For her first foray into the Oscars (well, the Oscars After Party, which is arguably more of a coveted invite), de Armas wore a Spring 2017 Elie Saab gown.
For the press tour in Tokyo for the premiere Bladerunner 2049Ana de Armas opted for a Giambattista Valli Spring 2017 couture gown.
While we love a blonde Ana de Armas, she’s as hot as a brunette. Actress wore Ralph & Russo to the 18th Annual Latin Grammy Awards.
At the 2018 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, de Armas shone in Dolce and Gabbana.
Her starring role in knife out led to a very stylish press tour. Here de Armas chose Saint Laurent for her performance at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival.
For the knife out Debuting in Europe, de Armas had a suiting moment in a look from Alexandre Vauthier’s Fall 2019 Haute Couture collection.
Then, in Los Angeles, de Armas went ultra-feminine in Chanel.
At her first American awards show on the red carpet, de Armas shone in Ralph & Russo.
One of her most memorable, breathtaking moments on the red carpet: Ana de Armas wore Louis Vuitton to the world premiere of the James Bond film. no time to die.
Continuing her love for Vuitton, De Armas wore pink leather to the fashion house’s Spring/Summer 2022 party at Paris Fashion Week.
In Hollywood for the world premiere of the Netflix film The gray manAna de Armas went literal in this gunmetal dress, again by Louis Vuitton.
We can’t wait to see what the movie star wears for her Blond Premiere taking place next week as part of the Venice Film Festival.