Ladies and gentlemen, Miss Dolly De Leon.
Things are just getting started for award-winning Filipino actress Dolly De Leon who’s slowly being recognized by her contemporaries in Hollywood (as it should’ve been) after Triangle of Sadness. Sure, there was the recent Oscars snub, but she’s still bagged notable trophies that only a few have access to. Of course, even her style took things up a notch higher thanks to her Filipino stylist LJ Perez. We’re fortunate enough to live in an age where a fearless actress like Dolly likes to experiment with their looks. Below, we’ve listed some of her outfits that prove she can wear anything and still look good.
DOMINANT IN LEATHER
This AZ Factory leather ensemble was an absolute head-turner at the Golden Globe Awards. How’s that for a first time attendee? This is THE Dolly De Leon look.
POWDER BLUE OVERSIZED SUIT
Oversized suits may look sloppy to some because of its tricky proportions, but Dolly De Leon wears this powder blue number by Del Core to the Golden Globes afterparty.
She IS the trophy. Dolly De Leon looks statuesque in a gold Martin Bautista creation, which harks back to the glory of old Hollywood. The hair, the draping of the dress—everything was perfect.
THIS WHITE TUXEDO MOMENT
This is the look of someone who knows they’re gonna win big. That night, Dolly De Leon was awarded Best Supporting Actress at the Los Angeles California Film Critics Association wearing a Prabal Gurung suit set.
A CINDERELLA MOMENT
Now this is how you do a premiere night look. She wore this black and gold ensemble by Ann Cuatico to the red carpet event of Triangle of Sadness that made her look like real life royalty.
THIS SCULPTURAL ABACA DRESS
Nothing else screams “Filipino AF” more than this sculptural abaca dress made by designer Rajo Laurel. Nicknamed the Alon for the natural weaves that emulate the curves and impact of the ocean waves, Dolly De Leon’s stylist picked this avant garde dress to wear to the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA). The whole look echoes a golden pearl personified, like the true gem that Dolly is to Philippine cinema.