Halle Berry showed off her edgy side on the set of a photoshoot in Los Angeles this week.
Spotted out with a slew of cameramen on Monday, the “Catwoman” star modeled a bold look that teamed a little black coat-style dress with a matching black leather beret and see-through blue oversize sunglasses.
As she moved around set, the actress stayed comfortable in a pair of nude thong-toe sandals. The off-duty footwear style resembles designs from Bernardo with its knotted front design and layered straps. Finished off with a flat sole and exposed white stitching, the brand’s Miami silhouette retails for $118 and is available at Zappos.com.
Thong-toe footwear has returned to the celebrity scene as one of spring and summer’s biggest trends. Be it classic flip-flops or thong-toe heels, the minimalistic silhouette falls in line with a ’90s-inspired revitalization of fashion, as seen with shoes like square-toe styles and pops of neon color. It also continues a return of relaxed apparel and fashion taking over the industry as stay-at-home style becomes the new normal.
As for Berry herself, thong-toe sandals are just one of many footwear designs in her rotation. Her go-to brands from footwear include everyone from Brian Atwood to Roger Vivier and Jimmy Choo for more formal occasions. For her more casual style, the actress is a major fan of the growing athleisure trend, leaning towards shoe picks from Alo Yoga Adidas for high-intensity workouts and Ringside Boxing pairs for her time in the ring.
Beyond her own personal style, Halle Berry has previously appeared in campaigns for Versace, Deichmann, Michael Kors and more fashion powerhouses. In 2016, the Academy Award-winning star joined forces with Christian Louboutin and Saks Fifth Avenue to front the Key To The Cure Campaign in partnership with Stand Up To Cancer and the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF). Berry serves as the face of the campaign as it worked to raise funds for cancer research and treatment organizations.
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