We love it when actors dress on-theme during their press tours.

It’s a concept that’s been around for a while, especially in the world of fairytale and superhero movies, but Margot Robbie really took it to the next level with the Barbie press tour.

Immersive fantasy worlds provide an opportunity play with couture in a way that reflects the movies central motifs. So when a film like Dune, a dystopian sci-fi epic, hits the red carpet with a cast of fashion icons, we can’t help but pay attention.

Zendaya has a reputation in Hollywood for consistently being the best dressed on any red carpet, thanks in large part to her stylist Law Roach. The 27-year-old actress has been subtly dressing on-theme during press appearances since her Spider Man era (think the Roberto Cavalli Metal Spine Dress she wore back in 2021).


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Now, Zendaya is joined on the Dune: Part Two press tour by Timothée Chalamet, Florence Pugh, Austin Butler, Rebecca Furguson, Léa Seydoux, and Anya Taylor-Joy—all of whom are joining in on the fun.

Here are some of our favourite looks from the Dune: Part Two press tour.

Anya Taylor-Joy

Anya Taylor-Joy was a surprise guest at the London premiere of Dune: Part Two in Leicester Square. Her addition to the star-studded cast was kept quiet until the global premiere where she arrived in an ethereal all-white Dior Haute Couture look complete with a translucent cape. The young actress is the global ambassador of fashion and makeup for Dior and the dramatic yet delicate ensemble stood out against the sand dune-esque red carpet, and perhaps hints at her role in the film—we’ll have to wait to find out.

Florence Pugh


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Florence Pugh will always be one to watch on the red carpet. She’s rocked many Dune-centric looks over the course of this press tour, but our favourite was the Princess Irulan-inspired two piece set by Rabanne designer Julien Dossena from the brand’s Spring 2024 collection. The distressed linen shorts and hooded top are paired with a heavy silver chain belt. Hoods are a recurring element on the Dune red carpet (for obvious reasons if you’ve seen the film), and another of Pugh’s looks that we love also features a sequined hood.


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Zendaya has worn a number of dystopian Dune-inspired looks that we adore over the course of this press tour (and the last). Her full body vintage 1995 cyborg look by Thierry Mugler was an absolute standout. The sexy strategic cutouts juxtapose the stiff and shiny robotic nature of the fit. Zendaya’s stylist Law Roach ditched the helmet from the original look and added a chunky diamond necklace with a sapphire which might be a nod to her characters piercing blue eyes. We also loved her custom Bottega Veneta look in Mexico City with the structured turtleneck bolero and matching drop waist skirt with textured leather detail.

Timothée Chalamet


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The women aren’t the only ones serving on the red carpet for this press tour. Stellan Skarsgård, Josh Brolin and Austin Butler have been sporting tailored suits for the most part, but Timothée Chalamet has been playing with texture and material in his outfits. In San Paulo he wore a leather vest with exaggerated shoulders which was, admittedly, very sexy, but our favourite look was the 3-D scallop knit sweater he wore in London paired with brown leather pants, also by Bottega Veneta.

Léa Seydoux


Léa Seydoux has had two standout red carpet looks for Dune: Part Two. The first is from the Paris premiere: Seydoux wore a midnight blue velvet gown from Louis Vuitton, complete with a structured saucer-shaped cape and bejewelled bow clasp. It felt more Old Hollywood than dystopian, but, in fairness, the former is more consistent with the French actor’s style. Our second favourite of Seydoux’s outfits was from the London premiere, where she wore a custom Louis Vuitton gown with a silver jewel-encrusted overlay and bardeux batwing sleeves.

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