Joey King is best known for her roles in “The Kissing Booth” and “The Act.”
But when she’s not acting, the 23-year-old is often found wearing daring outfits on red carpets.
She’s donned see-through corsets, bold leather jackets, unique minidresses, and more.
Joey King started adding daring details to her fashion around the summer of 2018.
At the time, she walked a red carpet in a white Alessandra Rich minidress that had a deep-V neckline and short, puffed sleeves attached to longer, see-through ones made from lace.
“The Kissing Booth” star’s look also included ruffles, a black bow, and dark heels.
But she really hit her stride with bold looks in early 2019.
Weeks before her show “The Act” was released on Hulu, King attended a Teen Vogue party in a buzzed hairstyle and black overalls made entirely from leather.
But what made the outfit edgier was the fact that King opted not to wear a shirt underneath her outer layer. She also ditched bold makeup and accessories.
She attended Vanity Fair’s 2019 Oscar party in a black gown with an illusion neckline.
Her Yanina Couture gown — which had a plunging neckline that reached her stomach — appeared strapless thanks to its sharp, black design.
But atop the gown was a see-through, mesh overlay that held the dress up. The latter piece also had long sleeves and a white embroidery that created images of people dancing.
The actor took a more colorful approach to her daring style in March of that year.
She walked the Kids’ Choice Awards red carpet in a vibrant three-piece that included a red, long-sleeved shirt, leather pants in a similar red shade, and a strappy, orange bra worn on top of her shirt.
King’s accessory of choice — a mini Jacquemus bag — was arguably as daring as her outfit.
King wore one of her most unique outfits to date in October 2019.
She attended ELLE’s Women In Hollywood event that year wearing a Richard Quinn design. It had a high-neck, long-sleeve bodysuit made from velvet underneath a blue, floral minidress.
The latter was strapless with a bubble-shaped skirt, which added striking juxtaposition to her otherwise straightforward look.
To close out 2019, King attended a Christian Louboutin event in waist-high fishnets.
Her see-through tights actually appeared to be part of a bodysuit, as they connected to her sleeveless tank top.
King wore the garment with black heels and a semi-sheer shawl wrapped around her neck and one shoulder.
Jason Wu designed her dress, which was sleeveless and covered in light sparkles from top to bottom.
Weeks later, she hit another red carpet in a look that was even bolder.
Designed by Threeasfour, King’s brown dress was created with fabric cut in the shape of leaves. It had short sleeves, an asymmetrical skirt, and small cutouts from top to bottom.
The actor wore three bold silhouettes in one jumpsuit for another 2020 appearance.
Her red look, designed by Robert Wun, had a strapless, peplum top that was structured with a corset on top.
Beneath it was a pair of optical-illusion pants, which were half-covered by a pleated, asymmetrical skirt on one side.
King has worn one show-stopping look after another this year — including a ball gown-style skirt in June.
King wore the bold Christian Siriano look at the premiere of her new film “The Princess.” The top of her outfit featured an asymmetrical bralette with a thick neckband, while its full, high-waisted skirt was crafted from pleated tulle.
King also wore oversized leather gloves with her outfit.
The following month, King decided not to wear a shirt while promoting her film “Bullet Train.”
Instead, she wore a black duster held together with thin strings, and a matching pair of leather pants. King also accessorized with a thick lock-and-chain necklace.
Continuing her all-black fashion theme, King then wore a minidress with a daring top.
Nensi Dojaka designed her dress, which was sleeveless with thin straps that held up the garment’s mesh cups and created small cutouts across the chest.
King paired it with sheer-black tights and chunky boots that extended past her ankles.
Most recently, King walked the red carpet at the “Bullet Train” premiere in a suit-style dress with a daring neckline.
Designed by Cong Tri, the dress had a blazer-style top with slits at the waist, a plunging V neckline in front, and a floor-length skirt decorated with sparkling fringe.
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