15 Times Riley Keough Has Completely Slayed the Red Carpet
For Riley Keough, making a fashion statement isn't accidental; it's a way of life. The 28-year-old actress—whose new movie, It Comes At Night, hits theaters today—never shies away from a bold or offbeat choice. And lately, we've been taking note more than ever before. From sequins and chains to ruffles and lace, Keough has worn it all. While she most often opts for strong Louis Vuitton numbers, some of her recent red carpet hits also include designs by Chanel, Coach, and Dolce & Gabbana. She's also thrown in looks from The Row and Gucci. You know, just for good measure.
It's clear that Keough is killing it on the carpet—and really, that shouldn't come as much of a surprise. After all, she's the daughter of Lisa Marie Presley (and granddaughter of Elvis), so it's safe to say that a fashion-forward mentality runs in her family. Here, we've rounded up some of her most exciting outfits to date.
In Louis Vuitton at the 2017 Met Gala
There's a lot going on here: sequins, stripes, chains, zippers, belts, and boots (not pictured). Yet somehow, Keough pulls it off effortlessly.
In The Row at the Tiffany Hardwear Los Angeles Preview with the Art of Elysium
For some, this look would be impossible to pull off. But Keough makes her oversized The Row dress look downright chic by pairing it with simple black accessories and an updo.
In Chanel at the 2017 Golden Globes
It was hard notto notice Keough's geometric beaded gown as she walked the red carpet. The art deco design was perfectly offset by her simple updo and a bright red lip.
In Louis Vuitton at the 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards
Keough went retro with this all-white ensemble. Her mod dress and booties are definitely casual-cool, but it's the black and white polkadot bag that takes her look to a new level.
In Louis Vuitton at the Designer's Resort 2018 Show
To match her much-lighter locks, Keough chose a neutral palette that was anything but boring. She topped off her patterned dress with tall black boots that hit her right where the outfit's sheer lacy panels ended and yet another LV bag.
In Dolce & Gabbana at the 2016 National Board of Review Gala
Keough's take on the classic LBD involves sheer panels, satin bows, and embellished buttons. And, of course, a deep red lip to match.
In Louis Vuitton at the Designer's Fall/Winter 2017 Show
We love a bright pop of color—and so does Keough. She accented her black and white color-blocked dress with a bold bootie and a checkered handbag. Accessories game: on point.
In Coach at the 2016 Coach and Friends Of The High Line Summer Party
Keough gave off major '70s vibes in a buttoned-up brown shirt paired with a floral skirt. It's a different look for the star, but thanks to her long flowing locks, it worked.
In Gucci at the American Honey Premiere During the 2016 Cannes Film Festival
We're not used to seeing much color on Keough, but she basically went full-on neon to celebrate her film at Cannes. The ruffed two-tone look might be a bit on the wild side, but we're all for taking a risk.
In Christian Dior at the Designer's Cruise 2017 Show
Keough switched up her color palette again, opting for a bright red duster coat over a black camisole and wide-leg periwinkle pants.
In Proenza Schouler at the 2016 CFDA Fashion Awards
Keough took the plunge in a black and white layered dress and strappy sandals. While it's undoubtedly a bit sexier than her usual looks, the dress still maintains the star's edginess thanks to grommet details at the neckline.
In Chanel at the American Honey Premiere During the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival
This bohemian dress packs a punch thanks to embellished cutouts and sheer panels. Ultimately, it crosses over from soft and pretty to rocker-chic thanks to Keough's high bun and glam cat-eye.
In Coach at the Brand's Prom 2016 Party
We love a good coat moment, and Keough delivered one in this white leather-paneled design. She finished the fun look with brown t-strap heels.
In Diane von Furstenberg at the 2016 Met Gala
All eyes were on this glittering chrome column gown, which paid homage to the night's 'Manus x Machina' theme. Keough kept the rest of her look simple, with a sleek center-part and emerald earrings.
In Dior at The Girlfriend Experience Premiere
This off-the-shoulder beige dress was anything but basic—especially thanks to Keough's dramatic makeup, slicked-down hair, and pointed nude pumps.