Suki Waterhouse gives her Daisy Jones And The Six style a sheer twist at Montblanc launch in London
Suki Waterhouse led the stylish attendees at the launch of Montblanc’s new campaign on Thursday night in London.
The Daisy Jones And The Six actress commanded attention in an all-sheer ensemble and corsage detailed cape as she posed for photos at the Lumley Library for the brand’s new campaign, The Library Spirit – Episode: London.
The 31-year-old wasn’t the only famous face enjoying the festivities and was joined at the intimate soiree by fellow actors Callum Turner, Alex Pettyfer and The White Lotus’ Will Sharpe.
Other notable attendees included David Gandy, Reggie Yates, author Raven Smith and model Karen Elson, who delighted revellers with a musical performance during a dinner curated by chef Jackson Boxer.
Elson, actor James Norton and model Arthur Gosse feature in the luxury brand’s new campaign which explores London as a literary destination through classic British timelessness and the subversive energy that animates the capital.
Waterhouse’s latest sartorial appearance comes hot on the heels of her and boyfriend Robert Pattinson’s attendance at this year’s Met Gala, their first as a couple.
This year, the event’s theme was Karl Lagerfeld: A Line of Beauty. The late designer, who died at 85 in 2019, was Chanel’s long-time creative director.
Waterhouse paid homage to the fashion visionary in a semi-sheer floral Fendi creation while Pattinson was clad in Dior for the evening.
The couple have kept their romance largely out of the public eye, having only made their red carpet debut late last year after several years of dating.
Waterhouse first began romancing the Batman star, 36, in 2018, and recently opened up about their relationship for the first time.
Discussing how their relationship has blossomed, the model told The Times in February: “I’m shocked that I’m so happy with someone for nearly five years.
“I’m always incredibly excited when I see his name pop up [on my phone] or even a text, and I think he feels the same about me.
“We’ve always got so much to say, and I find him hilarious.”