Anne Curtis went to New York City, USA to attend the New York Asian Film Festival and represent her two latest movies: the romantic drama Sid & Aya, and the Erik Matti-helmed action-drama BuyBust.
For the world premiere of BuyBust on Sunday, July 15, Anne hit the red carpet in a black Calvin Klein 205W39NYC's self-scarf halter dress.
The unconventional dress, inspired by camping tents, was made in Italy using waterproof, lightweight tech fabric.
It was originally sold for $6,500 at Barney's New York, but is now available at a discount on its online shop for $1,629 or PHP86,337.
Earlier that day, Anne stepped out in head-to-toe Gucci, taking a page off the brand's Pre-Fall 2018 Collection's lookbook.
Head to toe in @gucci for the screening of Sid & Aya (not a love story) at the @newyorkasianfilmfestival ???????? Now.... it’s time for the world premiere of BUYBUST! Here we goooooo!. . ????: @johnnacionimaging Styled by @lizzzuy of @stylizedstudio Make up by @ralphsiciliano of @thewallgroup Hair by @santiagoraymond #nyaff #nyaff2018
She wore a Gucci Long-Sleeve Button Down Plastron Garden Floral-Print Stars Cotton Dress.
Anne wore a piece with a slight deviation, as it doesn't have the black piping detail along the dress's breast placket.
The dress retails at $2,980 or PHP157,940 on the website of Neiman Marcus.
The actress swapped the colors of the sandals and socks featured in the lookbook.
Anne matched her dress with a pair of red braided leather sandals, up for sale on Gucci's online store for $850 or PHP45,050.
The minimalist footwear has ankle straps, and a thin heel with shiny silver-colored textured metal.
She wore the red strappy heels with cream-colored socks, similar pairs of which Gucci sells starting at $100 or PHP5,300.
Anne finished off her outfit with a Gucci Broadway GG Archive-P Leather Envelope Clutch, with a price of $1,980
or PHP113,921.87 at Nordstrom's online store.
This accessory—designed with Gucci's archival GG stripes and a roaring feline-head hardware encrusted with cystals—added a touch of fierceness to Anne's otherwise feminine get-up.
Anne's movies made quite the impression among the attendees at NYAFF, as sure did her ensembles.