The minimalist silhouette was designed with padded square shoulders, long sleeves and a plunging neckline. The legs had two small slits revealing Hudson’s ankles. The actress accessorized with a gold pendant necklace and a black satin clutch bag. She coordinated with a pair of black stilettos to round out her head-to-toe black ensemble.
Hudson worked with her longtime stylist Sophie Lopez to create the look.
The actress went for a classic glossy pink lip and dramatic eye makeup with colorful tones of pink, lavender and red, along with bold mascara. For her hair, she worked with Peter Lux and opted for a part down the middle and cascading waves past her shoulders.
In addition to helping Mônot celebrate at the Frieze Art Fair, Hudson is also in the middle of promoting her new Netflix movie, “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” a sequel to the comedy “Knives Out.” She stars opposite Madelyn Cline, Daniel Craig, Kathryn Hahn and Ethan Hawke.
When she’s not supporting designers like Mônot, or promoting her latest film, Hudson is at work on her Fabletics athleisure line. The brand recently collaborated with actress Vanessa Hudgens on a 13-piece fall capsule collection.
Frieze London takes place in The Regent’s Park from Oct. 12 to 16.