Riley Keough Dons Head-to-Toe Chanel With Peep-Toe Sandals and Floral Gown for Inaugural Gotham TV Awards


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Riley Keough arrived at the inaugural Gotham TV Awards at Cipriani 25 Broadway dressed in head-to-toe Chanel. The “Under the Bridge” actress, who is an ambassador for the French luxury brand, wore a sheer floral black dress along with black Chanel heels.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JUNE 04: Riley Keough attends the 2024 Gotham TV Awards at Cipriani 25 Broadway on June 04, 2024 in New York City. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)
Keough poses on the red carpet in Chanel.

Keough stars alongside Lily Gladstone in the Hulu show “Under the Bridge,” which was nominated for breakthrough limited series at the June 4 event. Hosted by the Gotham Film and Media Institute, this is the first year the organization honored achievements in television with an awards show.

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JUNE 04: Riley Keough attends The Inaugural Gotham TV Awards  at Cipriani 25 Broadway on June 04, 2024 in New York City.  (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for The Gotham Film & Media Institute)
Keough at the Gotham TV Awards.

Keough was ready for the formal occasion in her floor-length asymmetric gown, which was embroidered with large pink and gray flowers from top to bottom. The dress is look 29 from Chanel’s fall 2022 couture collection. Her accessories were also by Chanel, including the Rose Tendre ring and the Coco Crush ear cuff.

A closer look at Keough’s shoes.
A closer look at Keough’s shoes.

The actress’ Chanel footwear aligned with the sheer black material of her dress. The peep-toe black heels featured a curved stretch of fabric across the toe and a thin strap with a buckle around the ankle. The heels also included a back section that covered the ankle.

In the past, the “Daisy Jones and the Six” star has been spotted stepping out in a range of footwear, including classic black pumps in September 2023 and a pair of embroidered floral flats in August of the same year.

Keough was lauded for her performance in the Prime Video series “Daisy Jones,” which also gained recognition for its emulation of 1970s fashion; Denise Wingate served as costume designer on the show.



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