Regina King Stuns Posing on a Balcony in an Orange Cut-Out Prada Top with a Yellow Cover-Up
Regina King posted a picture on Instagram yesterday looking stunning and striking in an orange cut-out Prada top and yellow cover-up posing on a balcony.
Regina King astounded fans and followers in a post on her Instagram. She soaks up some vitamin D in a gorgeous orange Prada top with cut-outs complemented with a buttercup yellow cover-up.
The 50-year-old Academy Award-winning actress still has an exquisite fashion sense and knows how to flaunt it. Her classic braided upstyle adds a chic air to the entire ensemble.
The picture enthralled King's 1.9 million followers, commenting on how beautiful she is and how much they love her. One fan even used the word "spellbound" to describe their feelings.
The Golden Globe Award-winner stood with both her skin and her tropical outfit glowing in the sunshine. King even captioned the picture:
"Feeling the ?."
Popularly known for her role on HBO's "Watchmen" as Angela Abar (Sister Night), King has various accolades and awards under her belt. She became a child sensation after the television show "227."
But that isn't all. Several of the shows, movies, and series that King has either acted in or directed bear a lot of cultural significance. Some examples include "If Beale Street Could Talk," based on James Baldwin's novel, and the adult cartoon "The Boondocks."
King auctioned her Schiaparelli dress worn at the Emmy's for the Obama Foundation’s Girls Opportunity Alliance.
The Hollywood star was originally searching for a Black love story with historical context to direct before her agents found "One Night in Miami." Based on a play by Kemp Powers, the story is a combination of fiction and biography.
The story revolves around Black Panthers Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali (at the time Cassius Clay), Sam Cooke, and Jim Brown spending one night talking and drinking. King was excited to give a voice to the insecurities of Black men. She said in an interview:
"I want every Black man I know and love to see themselves in this film because I saw them when I read the script."
In a characteristically thoughtful gesture, King auctioned her Schiaparelli dress worn at the Emmys for the Obama Foundation’s Girls Opportunity Alliance, a project aimed at the empowerment of girls through education.
Designed by French luxury fashion brand Schiaparelli, Daniel Roseberry was the mastermind behind the dress. King also made a political statement when she fetched her Emmy in a Schiaparelli pantsuit paired with a T-shirt honoring Breonna Taylor.
King strongly believes in using her platform for social justice and refuses to be silent about issues she feels need to be addressed by society. The cops that were present when Taylor was murdered have yet to be arrested.
However, Taylor's family has been compensated with $12 million. King was joined by other celebrities, including Tracee Ellis Ross, Kerry Washington, and Beyoncé.