Julia Fox is a bona fide siren, a Hollywood bombshell smack dab in the middle of New York’s downtown scene. And she’s becoming more well known by the day. Her most recent role is as Vanessa Capelli, a biting housewife-mistress in Steven Soderbergh’s 1950s crime noir film No Sudden Move, which hits HBO Max today. Fox stars alongside silver-screen heavyweights Benicio Del Toro, Ray Liotta, Don Cheadle, and Jon Hamm. (She gets prime real estate in the trailer too.) This comes after Fox’s breakout role in Uncut Gems, where she starred as Adam Sandler’s character’s Roberto Cavalli–wearing sidepiece, a character who made the audience fall in love with her and projected her into fame.
Fox was raised in the New York party scene and, as such, could have been written off as just another multihyphenate. She’s been both a designer and an artist before landing her first role in Uncut Gems. Unapologetic in her style and her attitude, Fox is as unforgettable as the characters she plays. Fittingly, her style icon is Anna Nicole Smith. “I love her because she’s flawed and open about it,” says Fox to Vogue. “She’s unapologetically herself, and that’s what drew so many people to her.” Like the late Smith, Fox’s style can be classified as a bombshell but also with a bold bite. For the film’s premiere at the Tribeca Festival, she was styled by Micah Schifman and resembled a pinup girl in a strappy Armani dress, makeup by Armani Beauty, and Tiffany & Co. jewelry. It was her first red-carpet appearance since giving birth to her son, Valentino, a few months before.
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