The actress will star in the next ‘live action’ adaptation of ‘The Powerpuff Girls’ in the skin of Bubble, we review her inspiring wardrobe
She is not exactly a stranger, although for the older public she may be less popular. Dove Cameron has more than 40 million followers on her Instagram profile but, in addition to this support from the people, her work has also been widely recognized. In 2018 she won an Emmy Award in the category of best actress in a children’s series for her performance in Liv and Maddie, the Disney Channel series where she plays the dual role of twins Liv and Maddie Rooney. The fiction, released in 2013 and aired until 2017, made Dove Cameron a child star. With several albums in between throughout these years (like every (ex) Disney girl, from Miley Cyrus to Sabrina Carpenter, Dove also sings), now the interpreter faces a new professional stage and on the horizon there is a project that promises , and a lot.
The American she will star in the live-action adaptation of The Powerpuff Girls, where she will share the screen with Chloe Bennet and Yana Perrault. The film will feature Powerpuff Girls in their twenties and Dove Cameron will play Bubble. We can’t think of a better excuse to review the actress’s inspiring style.
She shares a stylist with Anne Hathaway
In her last appearance, at the Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards, held last March, Dove Cameron served as presenter in one of the moments of the gala. For the occasion, she opted for a rose print dress signed by Dolce & Gabbana, a design with a corset-inspired top with metallic details and a full skirt with volume and a pleated finish. The wardrobe was the work of her stylist Erin Walsh, with whom she has worked for years, who also created the looks of celebrities such as Anne Hathaway, Alison Brie or Lucy Hale.
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From the time she rose to fame as a teenager to the present day at age 25, Dove’s style has evolved dramatically. Although she in her last appearance opted for a romantic floral dress closer, perhaps, to the usual choices of a red carpet, she has surprised many other times with bets far from the typical. As a reference and icon of her style, her presence in fashion weeks is becoming common. The actress occupies the first seats in fashion shows of firms such as Michael Kors or Carolina Herrera, where she usually succumbs to classics such as the suit jacket and pants or the flower dress, but always carried to her own land. For example, she swaps her classic shirt for a basic two-piece shirt.
Her taste for her fashion is reflected in her more sophisticated red carpet ensembles. As we have said, Dove is not only satisfied with safe bets, that is, with dresses with a certain silhouette that she knows she plays in favor of her body or simple outfits with a vocation for basics. The future Powerpuff girl takes risks with mixes of baggy silhouettes taken to the extreme, as she demonstrated last year in the framework of New York Fashion Week, with beige pants and an oversized white shirt. She also stood out from the more conventional bets at an awards show held in Los Angeles in January 2020, with a strapless peplum silhouette top and a striking voluminous midi skirt with embroidery at the hem that gave a new look to the two more traditional pieces. Or at a party held in California weeks before the health crisis, where she hit the mark in a high-impact red suit with cutouts and rhinestones.
Like other GenZ colleagues, Dove Cameron not only has fun innovating with styles, but also with her beauty look. Make-up artist Melissa Hernández is responsible for her most special beauty looks, where there is no shortage of Euphoria-like fantasy looks or eyeliner light years away from the sober black eyeliner. Iridescent shadows, new smoky and juicy finish lipsticks are some of the favorite bets of the actress, who is also not short when it comes to changing her look and hairstyle, always attentive to trends and the key hair accessories of each season. ties to double hairpins. A unique style for an actress who promises to continue to make people talk in this new era.