Bérénice Bejo is proving to be the artist to watch on screen and off during this year’s awards season.
The 35-year-old Argentine star of The Artist has not only received an Oscar nomination for her role in the critically acclaimed French silent, black-and-white film, but she’s also dazzled on the red carpet.
For this weekend’s 64th annual Directors Guild of America Awards in Los Angeles, Bejo channeled her scene-stealing character Peppy Miller by donning a black and gold flapper girl-esque fringed-skirt dress from Gucci’s 1920s-inspired collection.
Bejo, a Golden Globes best dressed honoree, teamed the oh-so-stunning drop-waist and art deco-lined dress with Gucci accessories, including a gold and black clutch and onyx-colored sandals.
A side-parted, side-swept ponytail and gold earrings completed Bejo’s stunning look… a tip of the hat to the time and theme of The Artist, for which her husband Michel Hazanavicius claimed the Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film award.