Dakota Johnson Wore an Elevated Little Black Dress to the Gotham Awards
Dakota Johnson hit the red carpet on Monday for the annual Gotham Awards in N.Y.C. And, in typical Dakota Johnson fashion (literally), she kept the look simple and classic, yet elevated.
The actress, who attended on behalf of her film The Lost Daughter, arrived at Cipriani Wall Street in a form-fitting black Schiaparelli halter gown with gold hardware circling the neck. She paired the elegant dress with black Gianvito Rossi sandals and gold rings. Johnson kept her hair in its usual style, straight and flowing down her back, anchored by her signature bangs. Lending the look a Cleopatra feel, the Fifty Shades star wore a black cat-eye.
Though more conservative than the typical take, the chainlink detailing echoes a recent trend in red carpet dressing: wearing a necklace as a top. Bella Hadid set Cannes abuzz over the summer in a black Schiaparelli gown with a massive gold lung necklace covering her breasts, and Elle Fanning took the trend for a spin at the InStyle Awards in a gold-plated Balmain crop top.
The Lost Daughter swept the Gotham Awards with five wins — two for debut director Maggie Gyllenhaal, Outstanding Lead Performance for Olivia Colman, and Best Feature.