Dakota Johnson Keeps It Minimalist in Strapless Wardrobe NYC Dress on ‘The Tonight Show’

Dakota Johnson stopped by “The Tonight Show” Monday night, marking her 10th appearance on the talk show. The actress sat down with host Jimmy Fallon to promote her upcoming film, “Madame Web.”

Johnson sported a black strapless minidress by Wardrobe NYC, which she paired with sheer stockings, Christian Louboutin pumps and a 56-carat diamond necklace by Belperron. The gargantuan gem was once worn by designer Elsa Schiaparelli, who modeled it for Vogue Paris in 1933.

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Dakota Johnson on “The Tonight Show” on Jan. 22.

Stylist Kate Young, who also counts Julianne Moore, Michelle Williams and Scarlett Johansson as clients, dressed Johnson for the occasion. Makeup artist Georgie Eisdell gave Johnson a smokey eye, rosy blush and a mauve lip, while hairdresser Mark Townsend styled her chestnut tresses in loose waves.

Johnson spoke to Fallon about her most recent viral moment after the actress’ supposed 14-hour sleep schedule made headlines earlier this month.”I didn’t even say that,” Johnson said. “I said that I could easily sleep 14 hours, but I don’t demand it…I have a job!”

THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON -- Episode 1906 -- Pictured: Actress Dakota Johnson during an interview on Monday, January 22, 2024 -- (Photo by: Todd Owyoung/NBC via Getty Images)
Dakota Johnson on “The Tonight Show” on Jan. 22.

The actress also dished on her latest role in Marvel’s “Madame Web,” which debuts in theaters next month. Johnson portrays the titular heroine alongside a star-studded cast that includes Sydney Sweeney, Emma Roberts, Adam Scott and Zosia Mamet. “It’s a superhero world from a female perspective,” Johnson said.

Johnson has been a brand ambassador for Gucci since the mid-2010s, fronting campaigns for the Italian label’s fragrances, clothing and handbags. In 2020, the actress became an investor in and co-creative director of Maude, a sexual wellness brand.

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