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Kate Beckinsale Gets Dramatically Purple in Ruffled Mini Dress & Platforms at Elie Saab Couture Paris Fashion Week Show

Kate Beckinsale popped in head-to-toe purple.

The English actress attended Elie Saab’s Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2023 runway show on Wednesday. The collection, shown in Paris as part of Haute Couture Week, featured menswear— a first time for the Lebanese designer’s brand. Beckinsale was joined by an array of stars like Sabrina Elba and Olivia Culpo.

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Beckinsale at Elie Saab’s Fall/Winter 2023 Paris fashion show on July 6.
CREDIT: Pascal Le Segretain

To the event, Beckinsale donned a pretty purple mini dress. The dress featured a plunging neckline as well as dramatic ruffle details. She added drop earrings to the look as well as a few rings. She carried a leather purse in the exact same hue as her dress that included gold hardware. Finally, she finished off her monochrome look with a pair of purple platform heels. Her shoes were covered in a soft, velvet material and featured a peep-toe design as well as an ankle strap for extra support.

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Beckinsale at Elie Saab’s Fall/Winter 2023 Paris fashion show on July 6.
CREDIT: Pascal Le Segretain

For footwear, the “Underworld” actress usually favors her footwear staples of ankle and knee-high black boots from brands such as Christian Louboutin and Prada. However, she also wears Naked Wolfe platform sneakers and Saint Laurent sandals while off-duty. For formal occasions, Beckinsale dons pointed-toe pumps and sandals by Zanotti, Jimmy Choo and Stuart Weitzman. She’s a strong force in the fashion world as well, regularly appearing in front rows for brands like Moschino, Dior and Giambattista Valli, among others.

Discover Beckinsale’s boldest street style looks in the gallery.

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