Oprah Winfrey, the iconic media mogul, once again showcased her unparalleled style, donning a stunning purple pantsuit at a screening of The Color Purple. The event, held at the National Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington, D.C., saw Winfrey making a bold statement on the purple carpet.
The 69-year-old producer chose a matching purple ensemble from the Stella McCartney Summer 2024 Collection. The outfit featured a custom recycled Lurex metallic brocade vest, a coordinating jacket, and wide-legged trousers adorned with a paisley pattern that seamlessly blended purples and pinks. The dazzling effect of the outfit was evident as Winfrey posed alongside poet and museum director Kevin Young.
Completing her look, Winfrey styled her hair in soft curls, pulling back the top into a high ponytail while letting the rest cascade gracefully around her shoulders. The media magnate accentuated her ensemble with wire-rimmed glasses and plum pumps.
Known for her role in the 1985 film adaptation of The Color Purple, Winfrey has been embracing various shades of purple in anticipation of the upcoming musical adaptation of the classic. Her recent appearances on the red carpet have featured a range of purple outfits, from a sleek Dolce & Gabbana gown to a lilac Dries Van Noten pantsuit, captivating audiences with her elegance and fashion-forward choices.