Keri Russell Shows Off Legs at ‘Kimmel’ in Leather Short Shorts and Strappy Gucci Heels

The series finale for Keri Russell’s hit show “The Americans” airs tonight on FX, and on Tuesday the actress made an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” to talk about the last show in style.

Russell was spotted arriving at Kimmel’s studios in L.A. wearing a Saint Laurent ensemble consisting of a metallic, striped, silk-blend chiffon shirt, originally retailing for nearly $1,400, and black leather shorts for $2,290. The “Felicity” alum threw a chic black blazer over her shoulders and added a coordinating black leather clutch bag and Gucci black patent leather sandals.

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Keri Russell dressed in Saint Laurent and Gucci sandals.
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The 42-year-old — who shares a son named Sam, 2, with “The Americans” co-star Matthew Rhys as well as two other children from a previous relationship — wore the glittering top unbuttoned to reveal her décolletage and accessorized with a simple gold necklace.

Russell’s understated Italian-made sandals featuring a sky-high 4.5-inch heel, three toe straps and a glossy black finish perfectly complemented the sultry look for her sit-down with Kimmel.

Keri Russell wearing Gucci patent leather three-strap sandals
Keri Russell wearing Gucci patent leather three-strap sandals.
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Today, FN reported that Gucci was named the fastest-growing luxury brand this year according to WPP’s marketing and brand consultancy firm, Kantar Millward Brown, and the firm’s latest Brand Z Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands Ranking. Moreover, the fashion house recently joined Louis Vuitton and Hermès in opening a new experimental ArtLab manufacturing plant near Florence, Italy.

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