The actress took a Prada gown out for a spin, wearing this nearly neon-pink number with a slight train.
The design house’s signature quirk came in, not only with the colour, but also with the short sleeves and stark black embellishment around the bodice.
That said, I’m not sure the dress translated as effectively as would have been preferred, especially with the rather unfortunate sheen of the fabric.
Keeping her makeup to a minimum with only a light-pink lip, she pulled her hair into a side-parted low bun—although I believe there are far better hues than bright bubblegum to go with those flame-red locks.
Did you like this pink Prada moment for Léa?