Regina King showed off and showed out in new snapshots as she graced the front cover of Instyle Magazine's fashion issue while showing off her gorgeous curves.
Hollywood's Regina King made quite a fashion statement for Instyle Magazine's new issue as she graced the cover page in exquisite fashion items while displaying her curves.
The orange-hued magazine cover on her Instagram page was tuned to match her silky orange dress that featured spaghetti straps. King rocked her raven hair in a layered fashion, wore some makeup for her angled features, and had a sultry pose.
Regina King attending the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar party hosted by Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California, on February, 2020. I images: Getty Images
King, who starred in the '90s TV drama, "277," accessorized with matching statement jewelry around her neck and wrist while sporting a cryptic tattoo on one of her arms. The star wholesomely represented the "Badass Women" theme of Instyle's issue.
The next slide was a switch to a white theme showing the star actress in a shiny Louis Vuitton suit with her hair styled in a Mohawk-inspired chignon. She matched her ensemble with a pair of white pointy shoes, sparkly jewelry, and a wristwatch.
More of the award-winning actress' glam had her rocking a velvety photo session where she stunned in a stylish bespoke with a large bow attached to its bodice. Here, King, 49, slicked her black hair backward.
The story centres around the life of Black America's powerful men, Cassius Clay (known later in life as Muhammad Ali)...
Another of the Academy Award-winner's glam was a skimpy patterned Aliétte dress which flaunted her graceful limbs to the delight of her followers. Her luminous skin looked radiant as she posed for the sun-kissed photo.
King has come a long way in the world of showbiz, starting out as a child star on "227" and going on to prove her worth for over three decades. These days, the star is ready to spread her expertise to directing.
Although the 49-year-old had already shown her directorial skills in episodes of TV series like "Scandal," and "Being Mary Jane," the star wants to flex more knowledge in a feature film.
Presently, King and her team are putting in work for a new film project, "A Night k Miami." The story centers around the life of Black America's powerful men like Cassius Clay (known later in life as Muhammad Ali), Malcolm X, and Sam Cooke.
With the COVID-19 pandemic still on, King is ready to adhere to safety rules and work with four of her main characters who would be playing the pivotal roles of legendary Black American men and the turning points in their lives.