I’ve just updated the gallery with the first pictures from the new campaign of Oroton. Let’s hope we will get more soon!
The new Oroton campaign for spring/summer 2016 has been revealed and Rose is once again their ambassador! The Sunday Style pictures are apparently from the campaign and not from the magazine photoshoot! The gallery will be updated very soon, but if you want to see the pictures now, have a look at our Twitter account!
Yesterday, Rose attended a screening of ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ in New York with a few of her co-stars. She was wearing a gorgeous dress by Valentino, styled by Penny Lovell. HQs & MQs are available in the gallery!
Come behind the scenes and discover our new Spring campaign with Rose Byrne. Shot by @boo_george_studio, hair and make up by the fabulous @harryjoshhair and @hungvanngo, directed by our Creative Director and MD, _anaescobar. See more through our profile link. #orotonss15 #orotonxrosebyrne #oroton #bts
I’m a bit late, sorry guys! I’ve finally added in the gallery pictures from the Spy New York Premiere which took place on June, 01. Rose wore a gorgeous Fall 2015 Osman dress with Brian Atwood pumps! She looked amazing, isn’t she? 40+ HQs have been added to the gallery and more will come really soon!
Public Appearances > 2015 > New York ‘Spy’ Premiere | June, 01
Onscreen charm and comedic timing aside, we can always count on Rose Byrne to deliver outstanding looks every time she graces the red carpet. Case in point: She most recently dropped jaws at the 2015 Met Gala in a red custom lacquered hand-cut Calvin Klein Collection leather gown embellished with agate and red jasper stones.
She attributes her sartorial success to her longtime stylist Penny Lovell. But as stunning as she looks on the red carpet, there’s more than meets the eye. “It’s not something that comes naturally to me,” Byrne surprisingly reveals to InStyle about her comfort level on the carpet. “Other people have a real handle on it. I’ve gotten more comfortable, but I definitely heed Penny’s advice and defer to her when I’m not sure about something.”
So what has she learned after all these years? “The red carpet is a performance in way. It’s like a strange beauty pageant,” she laughs. “I’ve always like clothes, so I try to embrace that side of it. It’s incredible to work with designers who are gifted and talented—it’s really fascinating.”
Basically, Byrne has fooled us ever since she stepped foot onto the red carpet seven years ago when she attended the 2008 Emmy Awards, her first awards show. It just goes to show, Byrne is one helluva actress.
Nothing can come between Rose Byrne and her Calvins, or that’s the way it seems these days. The actress has knocked out red carpet hits ever since she came on the scene, and it’s in large part due to her longtime stylist Penny Lovell and the mastermind behind these creations—Calvin Klein Collection’s women’s creative director Francisco Costa.
“We met in 2008, and he dressed me for the Emmys when Damages was up for Best Series,” Byrne tells InStyle about the first time she met Costa. “I was very nervous; it was my first big awards ceremony, my first red carpet experience. I was 26 or something, and he made me feel really comfortable. He’s not only incredibly talented, but he’s also a really warm and lovely person. I was very lucky.”
Since then, she has racked up a number of standouts from her running Calvin Klein streak, including her stunning pink separates at the 2013 Emmy Awards and most recently, a custom red lacquer embellished creation at the Met Gala. But her relationship with the brand spans decades, which can be traced back to her pre-red carpet days.
“In Australia, Calvin is iconic and I loved the Brooke Shields campaigns from the 1980s. She’s so chic,” the Aussie actress says, recalling the moment she fell in love with the brand. “It was iconic, but very modern as well.”
So it makes sense that Byrne would be the one to present the 2015 Fashion Visionary Award to Costa at the annual Pratt Institute fashion show Thursday night. “He is no ordinary designer; he understands the elegance of his creations, to help women feel feminine and powerful,” she said in her speech. “I can’t think of anyone else more deserving of this honor.”
“I think our careers are put to test all the time. So a moment like this at Pratt is, for me, really special,” Costa said prior to the show. “I regard Pratt as one of the most incredible schools of art and design in the world, and I’m very humbled and happy to have been selected.”
And his one message to emerging designers of today? “There’s always room out there for great talent, but you have to really believe in yourself and work hard for it.”