Selena Gomez has earned her stripes.
Following a big week of press to promote “The Dead Don’t Die,” the triple-threat star took a well-deserved break last night in midtown Manhattan, where she was spotted en route to dinner and a Broadway show decked out in a fully striped ensemble.
Designed by cult-favorite brand Staud, the beach-friendly pairing — composed of a cropped tank top and high-waisted skirt — came in contrasting green and orange hues, giving off a retro Californian vibe. (The label, founded by partners Sarah Staudinger and George Augusto in 2015, is based in Los Angeles.) Both separates, including the coat, are made of terry cloth — a toweling material that stands out as the fabric of the season.
Gomez teamed her ’70s-style attire with a pair of white sandals, also recognized as one of summer’s most popular footwear trends. The wedge-heel shoes — yet another piece by Staud — are set in a smooth milk leather base, with slightly asymmetrical straps for a slip-on fit.
Yesterday, the singer-slash-actress attended the premiere of her zombie-comedy film at the Museum of Modern Art — sharing the red carpet with co-stars Adam Driver, Chloe Sevigny and more — followed by an after-party that went into the night.
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