Sandra Oh goes for preppy chic in red spectacles, a bright orange blouse and a checked autumnal coat at the London premiere of The French Dispatch
Sandra Oh hit the red carpet for The French Dispatch, for its London premiere on Sunday night.
Heading into the Royal Festival Hall, the Killing Eve star, 50, went for a preppy look in red spectacles, a bright orange blouse and a checked autumnal coat.
She wore baggy, oversized navy slacks and black leather boots and kept the look clean with her dark mane swept back from her features.
Preppy chic: Sandra Oh led the cast of The French Dispatch at its London premiere on Sunday night
The smiling star looked fresh with a gentle wash of cosmetics and stud earrings.
Sandra doesn’t feature in the movie – but it boasts a stellar cast of top actors.
Timothee Chalamet, Tilda Swinton and Bill Murray are among a star-studded cast in Wes Anderson’s upcoming film.
On Friday, Searchlight Pictures released a one-minute clip featuring scenes from the movie, which follows a group of journalists and is based on the writings of The New Yorker.
Stylish: Taking to the red carpet at the Royal Festival Hall, the Killing Eve star, 50, went for a preppy look in red spectacles, a bright orange blouse and a checked autumnal coat
Autumnal: . She wore baggy, oversized navy slacks and black leather boots and kept the look clean with her dark mane swept back from her features
Absolutely fabulous! Hana Cross donned a cream silk crop-top for the screening
Date night: Rupert Friend arrived with his partner Aimee Mullins for the UK premiere of the film
Voiceover: Jarvis Cocker lends his vocals to the film
Fan-faves: Jarvis and Rupert were seen meeting with fans and posing for snaps, also stopping to sign autographs
Cast member: Alex Lawther arrived for the UK premiere on Sunday
Suited and booted: Charlotte Roberts and Abby Roberts wore matching PVC boots for the red carpet
Written and directed by Anderson, the film’s all-star ensemble also includes Benicio del Toro, Frances McDormand, Jeffrey Wright, Adrien Brody, Léa Seydoux, Tilda Swinton, Mathieu Amalric, Lyna Khoudri, Stephen Park and Owen Wilson.
The comedy drama, which is fully titled The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun, is set in a fictional 20th-century French city and centers on three different storylines.
The anthology film follows the development of a series of stories published in the titular magazine, and it opens with editor Arthur Howitzer Jr. (Murray) on the paper’s last day.
Peace out! Jarvis played up for the cameras in a red shirt and stone blazer
Having a laugh: Jack Howard and his pal shared a joke on the red carpet
Stellar ensemble: Timothee Chalamet, Tilda Swinton and Bill Murray were seen among a star-studded cast in the new trailer for Wes Anderson’s upcoming film The French Dispatch