Now, this is how you slay 2021. Actress Peyton List stepped into the new year stepping up her fashion game as she graced the cover of L’Officiel Fashion Books Australia and Monte Carlo in a stunning pearl-embossed bucket hat from a black-owned brand that landed on Beyoncé’s Black Parade list.
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The Cobra Kai star looked so different in the Saint Fort Brand hat that stylist Karen Levitt tucked over her teased blonde hair and paired with a silver satin blazer. The hat is one of many we want in our closets right now from the brand, which has been seen topping the locks of Sylvie’s Love star Tessa Thompson and more, and sells out each time it is restocked.
And that was just the beginning of many looks that confirmed that Peyton is stepping into a new season as her star continues to rise. The 22-year-old actress continued to wow as she nailed the high-fashion shoot, seamlessly transitioning from metallics and neutrals to pops of color and sequins.
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In one photo, Peyton strikes a fierce stance in a silver sequined belted coat paired with a yellow bodysuit and shimmery silver stilettos.
And even when Peyton went demure with a pouty expression wearing a black collared dress embellished with crystal beading and ruffled sleeves, she still made our style senses tingle. “Despite my face I was super excited to play dress up again,” the thesp captioned the photo.
We also couldn’t help but go wild for Peyton serving in a parking lot in a violet pleated kaftan.
“Who will be watching @peytonlist in Season Three of @cobrakaiseries on @Netflix,” the mag captioned a photo of the thesp in that ensemble. We certainly will.
Season three of Cobra Kai dropped on Netflix Jan. 1. The Karate Kid spin-off takes place 30 years after the events of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament, where a now-successful Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) struggles to maintain balance in his life without the guidance of Mr. Miyagi, and must face his previous adversary, down-and-out Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka), who seeks redemption by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai karate dojo.
And yes, it’s worth a watch.