Christina Ricci is staging a big return to the limelight thanks to her role in the new ABC drama, Pan Am.
The actress seems to be popping up everywhere lately, even as a guest judge on an episode of Project Runway. Christina isn’t just reemerging on the small screen, though. She’s also appearing alongside Robert Pattinson and Uma Thurman in the period film, Bel Ami. The petite star’s style is sometimes quirky and usually daring which translates to her almost always standing out on the red carpet.
Zac Posen was behind her dramatic lace couture creation which was a fitting choice for this year’s Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art since it celebrated Alexander McQueen. The corseted mermaid gown with an intricate train was combined with Fred Leighton ruby and diamond drop earrings. For the Fourth Television Academy Honors in Los Angeles this May, Christina opted for a Dolce & Gabbana pairing of an ivory tie-neck blouse with a black pencil skirt. Salvatore Ferragamo black satin heels and a matching clutch completed the ladylike look.