Joey King wore a sparkly look from head-to-toe at Hotel Vivier last night, where creative director Gherardo Felloni brought a touch of pink and hospitality to a sweeping Beverly Hills, Calif., estate to celebrate Roger Vivier’s spring ’19 collection.
The 19-year-old star of Hulu’s “The Act” stepped out for the glamorous event modeling a black Christopher Kane minidress featuring shimmery crystal stripes and an insane pair of Roger Vivier ankle booties covered in bling, which she revealed were quite comfortable. “I feel beautiful in his shoes,” she told FN. King further accessorized her head-turning ensemble with an embellished bag from the iconic French luxury brand.
When asked what comes to mind when she hears the name Roger Vivier, the 19-year-old actress immediately quipped, “I think sparkles,” referencing the brand’s many crystal embellishments and signature strass buckle. But when she’s feeling more low-key, Converse is one of her go-to favorite shoe brands. “I have like 10 pairs of Converse in my closet,” she shared.
There’s little to wonder why King prefers a pair of sneakers to standing on a stiletto heel all day. Like many women who wear heels, she hasn’t mastered the art of pain-free feet.
We also chatted with Chanel Iman, who wore a bold feathery Elie Saab outfit with sleek black Roger Vivier pumps, of course. The 28-year-old supermodel-turned-mom revealed that when she’s not wearing heels, there’s a good chance you’ll find her rocking Jordans.“I have lots of sneakers. Nikes and Jordans. Tons of Jordans. They just look really cool and I collect all of them.” And it seems the catwalk queen’s 1-year-old daughter is well on her way to being her mini-me.“She grows out of [shoes] so fast. I always make sure she has the coolest sneakers. We just ordered her some [Jordan 1s] last night; she has Air Forces, and some Nikes that Virgil did with Off-White.”
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