It was a big night for Chrissy Teigen on Saturday, as she attended the premiere for her new unscripted show, Chrissy & Dave Dine Out, at the Sundance Film Festival. For the occasion, she turned business wear into a chic party look with lots of flair.
The model and TV personality walked the red carpet in a classic black blazer that boasted several fun twists, including a plunging neckline, satin peak lapels, side cutouts at the waist that extended into an open back panel, and extra decorative satin fabric that cascaded down from her waist, adorned with a lifesize rosette. Chrissy paired the centerpiece with equally fun, elegant pants: floor-length, straight-leg ivory jeans that featured a delicate gray floral print all over. She accented the ensemble with black pointed-toe stiletto heels and large feather drop earrings. As for glam, she opted for a bronzy, glowy look, complete with a nude glossy lip and dark red manicure, while wearing her shoulder-length hair down and parted in the middle.
Chrissy celebrated the new series, for which she serves as the executive producer and star, alongside co-hosts David Chang, restaurateur, writer, and founder of Momofuku, and Joel Kim Booster, writer, producer, and star of Hulu’s Fire Island. The show follows the three of them as they host dinner parties at different restaurants in Los Angeles, where they indulge in good food and engage in conversations with celebrity guests.
The first episode takes place at chef Chris Bianco’s Pizzeria Bianco and features Jimmy Kimmel and his wife, writer and producer Molly McNearney. It will debut on Wednesday on Freeform and be streamable on Hulu the next day.
In addition to catching photos with her co-hosts, Chrissy also posed with Hawaii Five-O star Daniel Dae Kim at the Riverhorse on Main venue in Park City, Utah. The event was held by Sunrise Collective, the first official AAPI house created by Kim’s production company 3AD, Gold House, and The Asian American Foundation.
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