In February, Nicole Kidman admitted she "begged" to wear a viral Miu Miu set on the cover of Vanity Fair that sparked controversy.
Despite wearing a matching bra top and a micro-mini skirt, complete with calf-high socks and pointed loafers, the Australian actress spoke out about her decision.
Baz Luhrmann, who directed Kidman on the 2001 film Moulin Rouge, revealed in an interview with the 54-year-old that her stylist,
When I arrived at the appointment, they had another outfit in mind for me and I said, 'Nah, no, I prefer this one.'
In fact, Katie Grand, who is amazing, was on Zoom with me, and she had asked: ‘Would that be okay?’’
Specifically, he mentioned Kidman "broke the myth for everyone, especially women in our industry, that you should not wear a Miu Miu piece in any way".
“I walked away from the shoot when I shot Vanity Fair wondering: 'Wait, what the hell am I thinking?'” Kidman replied.
When Kidman's magazine cover was released in February, it sparked debates around ageism and beauty standards.
In the end, she said, she would just do what she wanted and would "really commit" when she showed up.