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Lisa Edelstein Delivers a Runway Walk in Floral Maxi Dress & Platforms at the ‘House of the Dragon’ Premiere

Star of “Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce,” Lisa Edelstein, hit the scene to take in the premiere of the hotly-anticipated “Game of Thrones” prequel series “House of the Dragon” in Los Angeles last night.

Lisa Edelstein — who’s also known for her roles in “9-1-1: Lone Star,” “The Kominsky Method” and “House” — chose a multicolored floral-print maxi dress featuring black horizontal stripes and a pleated skirt, with a high neckline and a back cutout.

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Lisa Edelstein attends the ‘House of the Dragon’ premiere at the Academy Museum on July 27, 2022.
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She accessorized the long-sleeved, carpet-skimming gown with gold and pearl-adorned jewelry, including dangly drop earrings and a bracelet, plus a black leather bag with a chain-embellished strap.

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Edelstein strikes a pose in a multicolored floral-print maxi dress featuring horizontal black stripes, a back cut-out and long sleeves.
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Sometime after the premiere, Edelstein took to Instagram to show off her modeling skills and a pair of black leather platform stompers. As she walked as if traversing a catwalk, she lifted her skirt slightly to give a glimpse of her tall boots. The actress, 56, also donned clear framed glasses in the short clip.

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Lisa Edelstein accessorized her floor-length gown with gold and pearl-adorned jewelry and a black bag.
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A quick scan of Edelstein’s Instagram reveals her taste for floral dresses and boots, as well as a love for last year’s Converse x Keith Haring collaboration. She dubbed the collab’s take on the Run Star Hike silhouette her “everything” in a recent post.

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