Zoey Deutch Looks Angelic in Long White Dress and Black Wedges at Saks Party – Footwear News

Zoey Deutch took her summer style to Colorado for a Saks event.

The “Not Okay” star co-hosted a welcome party celebrating Saks’ new pop-up store on Saturday. The boutique, located in Aspen, is the brand’s first-ever pop-up experience. Deutch co-hosted the evening with Saks CEO Marc Metrick and guests included Chloe Fineman, Marianna Hewitt, Lili Buffett and many more.

Deutch is co-hosting a welcome party celebrating the first pop-up store on Saks Fifth Avenue in Aspen.

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For the star-studded event, Deutch wore a white long sleeveless dress by Proenza Schouler. The knit dress featured a twist back and a beaded pin embellishment. The actress added large gold hoop earrings to her outfit, and she tied the look with a white woven leather bag by Bottega Veneta.

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Metrick and Deutch are co-hosting a welcome party celebrating Saks Fifth Avenue’s first pop-up store in Aspen.

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The “Set It Up” actress added a pair of black wedges to complete her look. His Bottega Veneta The stretchy leather wedge mules featured a square open toe style and a curved wedge heel reaching 3.5 inches. The shoes sell for $990 on Saks Fifth Ave website.

Bottega Veneta stretch leather wedge mules

Bottega Veneta
Stretch leather wedge mules

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When it comes to her style, Deutch tends to lean towards sleek, modern silhouettes, but she can also create timeless pieces. For example, she recently hit Paris Fashion Week in a black fitted tube top worn under an oversized black blazer. She paired her jacket and top with a black and white maxi skirt with a whimsical asymmetrical hem lined in white. She finished the look with a pair of strappy black heels.

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