Actress Storm Reid is best known for her roles in movies like A Wrinkle in Time and The Suicide Squad and TV shows including Euphoria and The Last of Us. While she has received lots of attention for her acting talent she also has a unique fashion sense that is worth exploring. There is no doubt Storm’s style is redefining red carpet expectations because she has raised the bar.
Let’s take a look at Storm’s best red carpet-moments.
Storm Reid in Thom Browne at the 2020 NAACP Image Awards
One thing you will notice about Storm Reid is that she deliberately uses her fashion sense to empower the youth. Take for example her look at the NAACP Image Awards in 2020 where she rocked Thom Browne. No explanation is needed.
Storm Reid in Prada at ‘The Suicide Squad’ Premiere in 2021
In one of her best looks of all time, Storm wore a custom Prada white crop top and matching skirt with silver eyelets and black platform heels. However, it was her extra-long braid that stole the show.
Storm Reid in Preen at the 2018 InStyle Awards
According to Jason Bolden, Storm’s longtime stylist, his clients “don’t want to conform… and they are very conscious about what a brand actually stands for.” Storm’s look at the 2018 InStyle Awards reflects that. She wore the under-the-radar label Preen by Thorton Bregazzi and rocked her natural hair on the red carpet.
Storm Reid in Miu Miu at ‘The Invisible Man’ Premiere in 2020
Storm Reid’s look at The Invisible Man premiere is thanks (once again) to her stylist Jason Bolden. The 16-year-old (at the time) looked stunning in the purple gown with crystal and pearl embellishments. She also accessorized her mermaid braid with hair jewelry keeping the look youthful.
Storm Reid in Marc Jacobs at the 2023 FN Achievement Awards
Storm Reid is all grown up and made it known in a Marc Jacobs pinstripe pantsuit which she paired with a black bralette and simple silver jewelry. “I wanted to feel powerful tonight, so I decided to go with this Marc Jacobs pantsuit,” she told WWD at the time.
Storm Reid Continues to Raise the Fashion Bar
In a nutshell, Storm Reid’s fashion sense on the red carpet will continue to make bold statements and break the norms for many years to come. She continues to promote diversity, and sustainability thus empowering individuals and fashion policy-makers to embrace individuality. It’s no surprise she named Zendaya (her on-screen sister and fashionista) as her style icon.
I have a lot of style icons, but I think my top three would have to be Zendaya, obviously; Rihanna; and Beyoncé,” she told W magazine. “Yeah, Zendaya for sure. Her street style and the things that she wears on the carpet are so effortless and carefree. Obviously, she cares about what she’s wearing, but she just has a confidence that exudes wherever she is.”
As they say, confidence is the best accessory.