Once is an action, twice is a trademark. Tessa Thompson proved it at the opening of the Venice Film Festival, where she held the drenched waves in place with the help of a chain necklace. The resulting mane moment is the second in the series, with each interpretation teetering between baggy mermaid lengths and sleek updos, with the middle ground providing an impossibly romantic third space.
“Tessa Thompson’s short hair moment is becoming our signature,” captioned hairstylist Lacy Redway, recalling June Westworld’s first iteration premieres. For that red carpet, Redway and Thompson opted for a thick black ribbon collar, wrapping Thompson’s high-gloss waves over it, and tying it into a bow at the nape.
For both looks, textured face The frame finger wave provides 1920 s-inspired appeal, and chokers – each serving a completely different vibe – sparked the vision of the modern Regency era. As we slide toward the holidays, Thompson’s new favorite accessory brings a winning aesthetic to parties and coffee shops. The best part? It’s easy to personalize, and variations in length, texture and necklace allow for limitless interpretation potential.