This week, the stars dressed for the season—Scorpio season, that is—breaking out their most mysterious, sexy, and alluring outfits. Between the more dressed up performance looks and gala dresses, and the casual museum ’fits and mirror selfies, everyone this week was bound together by a shared confidence. Maybe they’re born with it, maybe it’s Scorpio season.
Reneé Rapp and Chappell Roan bared their souls onstage in two very different outfits. Rapp opted for a sporty look, wearing an oversized #42 jersey tee with black denim cutoffs and a black studded leather belt, which she paired with black leather boots. Roan, on the other hand, leaned into the camp of it all, wearing a purple corset (and matching arm warmers!) embellished with tassels, pearls, and swirling gold embroidery.
Icelandic jazz singer Laufey stayed true to her very chic personal style, wearing a billowy white blouse and black miniskirt with tights and loafers to the Art Institute of Chicago. She added a pop of red with a woven shoulder bag, though she wasn’t the only one trying out the fall-favorite accent color. Kylie Jenner debuted the first piece from her forthcoming collection, Khy, wearing her own leather trench coat with a pair of cherry-hued heels. Alexa Chung updated the groutfit with a pair of tomato stripes on her gray sweater. Meanwhile, Olivia Rodrigo went all in on the hot color, sharing a BTS mirror selfie from her VMAs performance in a red bra and pleated miniskirt set from Sandy Liang.
Timothée Chalamet and Chloë Sevigny both displayed excellent button-up styling this week. Chalamet wore a white silk shirt with a few buttons left undone at the top, a pair of cuffed trousers, and black leather boots. Sevigny opted for a little more color in a blue button-up rolled up above the elbow, which she paired with black shorts and a silver watch.
Lastly, we saw some lovely, feminine whites from American Ballet Theatre principal dancer Cassandra Trenary and writer Rayne Fisher-Quann. Trenary attended the company’s fall gala in a resplendent Christopher John Rogers dress, which was complete with a sharp, strapless neckline and a dramatic overskirt that jutted out from the dropped waistline. Fisher-Quann showed a more casual approach, wearing a white cutout Lirika Matoshi blouse, which she juxtaposed with ripped carpenter jeans, and a pair of white Margiela Tabi flats.