Norwegian films and series have been several times Noticed outside national borders.
This time it was the “Made in Oslo” series that won international recognition.
The Viaplay series was nominated for three categories at this year’s Golden Nymph Awards in Monte Carlo, Monaco: Best Series, Best Creativity and Best Actress.
Thus, he assumed the leadership role Pia Jelta (44) The trip to the principality and the Forum Grimaldi, where the series attracted not only attention.
Comparison with Audrey Hepburn
During the festival, which kicked off last week, the actor and fashion icon showcased several outfits. Among other things, a black floor-length dress with feathers on the chest, from the brand New Arrivals.
For the dress, the star wore silver shoes, silver earrings, a silver bag and sunglasses.
On Instagram, the actor tagged stylist and ELLE editor Petra Middelthon, who has helped the star design on several occasions.
Dagbladet has been in contact with Pia Tjelta, who does not want to comment on the case.
Tjelta, who posted several photos of the outfit on Instagram, received praise for choosing clothes in Monaco.
“Audrey Hepburn,” Judge Skal vi danse writes, Merete Mørk Lindgjærde (60), followed by a heart-eyes emoji.
“A hundred times wow!! You shine,” says another follower.
On the blue carpet a few days later, the choice fell on a long white dress with puffed sleeves. As accessories, Gilta wore a black bag with shiny details, as well as simple earrings and rings.
It looks like Tjelta got a coordinating helping hand from French Justine Bleicher, which she tagged on the Instagram photo of the outfit. Bleacher previously pitched actress Phoebe Tonkin (32).
According to the star’s Instagram, the dress is signed by Solace London, and the bag is by Roger Vivier.
Tjelta was also praised for this outfit on Instagram.
Method goals! Under the photo, Mexican-American actress Stephanie Sigman (35) writes.
“He looks like a million,” says comedian Trini-Liz Olsen, 46.
“Movie Movie Uniform”
Oslo Mitt fashion expert Pia Henriksen has also been influenced by Tjeelta’s look.
—A movie star is oversized, and the style, silhouette and color play on the visual expectations we have for classic movie star Ala Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly’s appearance on the Riviera in the 1950s and 1960s, Henriksen told Dagbladet.
The fashion orator believes that the actor’s style refers to the elegant old glamor of true French luxury. In addition, the clothes were described as “a movie star costume”.
The fashion historian thinks the clothes are both cool and safe, and says the “Made in Oslo” star slipped into the role as a glamorous and charming during the festival.
– I also think the feathered one is for a non-Norwegian audience.
The actor has also been described as a pioneer of fashion by Henriksen.
In addition to being an actress, Tjelta can also write designs on her resume, her designs have been noted on many Norwegian stars.
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