Phoebe Dynevor stepped out in boots made for walking at the Louis Vuitton 2023 Womenswear Cruise Collection showcase in San Diego on Thursday.
The actress, 27, looked chic in knee-high brown boots and a red, gray and blue striped dress.
Also at the event were Emma Roberts and Ana de Armas.
Knee-highs: Phoebe Dynevor stepped out in boots made for walking at the Louis Vuitton 2023 Womenswear Cruise Collection showcase in San Diego on Thursday
The Bridgerton star’s long brown hair was parted in the middle and collected in a pool on her shoulders.
Dynevor gave a small, close-mouthed smile that puckered her brightly painted pink lips.
The United Kingdom native took a moment to pose with her fellow countrywoman Gemma Chan at the event.
Covered up: The actress, 27, stepped out in knee-high brown boots and a long red, gray and blue jumper
Letting her hair down: The Bridgerton star’s long brown hair was parted in the middle and collected in a pool on her shoulders
Chan donned a long black and white sweater that ended at approximately the same length as Dynevor’s did and boots that easily could’ve been twins with the Younger actress’.
The Eternals star, 39, tied her dark brown locks behind her head and parted her hair in the middle in the front.
Long thin strands of it fell down her perfectly contoured cheeks.
A claque of models paraded before the assembled celebrities, showing off the latest cruise collection in front of a breathtaking view of sunset over the Pacific.
A pair o stars: The United Kingdom native took a moment to pose with her fellow countrywoman Gemma Chan at the event
Gallic heartthrob: Louis Vuitton’s creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere was as dashing as ever when he hit the outdoor runway during the day’s festivities to introduce the latest collection
‘Having spent a lot of time in California, I was drawn to the idea of showing there again,’ Nicolas Ghesquiere, Louis Vuitton’s creative director, explained during a Harper’s Bazaar interview ahead of the fashion show.
‘The Salk Institute has been a place of wonder for me over the years and Louis Kahn’s stunning Brutalist architecture against this extraordinary setting of the Pacific Ocean and the California sunset provides me with endless inspiration. It also celebrates intelligence, knowledge and the belief in the power of science.’
Nicolas’ venue of choice is a world-famous scientific research institute named after its founder Jonas Salk, the virologist who pioneered the polio vaccine.
The Salk Institute was designed by Louis Kahn, who was born in the Russian Empire and designed such landmarks as the Yale University Art Gallery and the Bangladeshi parliament building.