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Lucy Boynton’s Best On Screen Fashion and Beauty Looks

Making her professional acting debut at the age of 12, the New-York-born British actress Lucy Boynton is no stranger to the spotlight. Receiving recognition for her performance in major films like Bohemian Rhapsody and beloved in television series such as The Politician, her portrayals are not restricted by genre or archetype but rather explored deeply throughout her filmography. Often appearing on red carpets in the latest runway fashions, Boynton has a definitive style that appreciates timeless combinations while including bold statement pieces and details. In celebration of our Spring issue cover girl, we take a look at some of her most memorable fashion moments on screen, and on the red-carpet. 

Lucy Boynton as Mary Austin in Bohemian Rhapsody

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Starring alongside Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton plays the role of Mary Austin in Bohemian Rhapsody. Boynton portrays a soft-spoken yet fashionable ’70s working-class girl who meets a young Freddie Mercury and quickly falls in love. Her character embodies the ultra-stylish hippie chic aesthetic that ruled the ’70s—rocking ruffles, fur, bell bottoms, and bangs. 

The London Premiere of Bohemian Rhapsody

Lucy Boynton looked dazzling wearing a Gucci AW18 gown to the World Premiere of Bohemian Rhapsody in London. The pink peplum sweetheart dress paired simply with silver Nicholas Kirkwood heels and classic Tiffany jewelry. 

Lucy Boynton as Marie Antoinette in Chevalier

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In the Chevalier de Saint-Georges biopic, Lucy Boynton plays a young Marie Antoinette, delivering a stellar performance. The costumes were elaborate to say the least, as costume designer Oliver Garcia pulled out all the stops — fans, pearls, corsets, and hoop skirts all accompanied Boynton’s performance on screen to embody the iconic French Queen. 

The Chevalier Los Angeles Press Screening

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Lucy Boynton looked dazzling wearing a green look from Erdem‘s Fall/Winter 2023 runway collection to the press screening of  Chevalier in Los Angeles. The asymmetrical tiered skirt is a perfect compliment to the ruffle collar and intricate jeweled bodice, paired simply with silver heels and Grainne Morton jewellery, styled by Leith Clark.

Lucy Boynton as Astrid in The Politician

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In the comedy/drama series, Lucy Boynton stars as Astrid, the show’s puzzling  “anti-nepo-baby” who opts to run away to New York to work as a waitress and live a “normal life” despite her wealthy upbringing. Throughout the show, she delivers some fabulous looks, including matching sets, tweeds, and classic “old money” sophistication with an edge. 

Lucy Boynton as Lea Marquis in The Pale Blue Eye

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In The Pale Blue Eye —a mystery thriller period piece set in 1830—Boynton explores her dark side in her portrayal of Lea Marquis, the seemingly fragile daughter of a doctor involved in a string of murders being investigated by a detective (played by Christian Bale) and a young Edgar Allen Poe (played by Harry Melling). Boynton sports the romantic looks of the 1830s, complete with ringlet curls, super puffy sleeves, and empire-waisted dresses. 

The Pale Blue Eye Los Angeles Premiere

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At The Pale Blue Eye premiere held in Los Angeles, Lucy Boynton wore a show-stopping Chanel Fall 2020 Haute Couture gown. Channeling old Hollywood glamour, the starlet looked timelessly beautiful, keeping her hair simple and jewellery minimal to let the dress speak for itself. Styled by Leith Clark, hair by Jenny Cho, and makeup by Jo Baker.

Lucy Boynton as Paula in Modern Love

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In the second season of Modern Love, Lucy Boynton plays Paula in the 3rd episode “Stranger on a (Dublin) Train” where she exchanges a meet-cute with Michael (Kit Harrington) mid-pandemic. Paula layers sweater vests over button ups, and often mixes academic patterns like tweed and plaid for a preppy look.

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