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Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom’s Couple Style Is Classic Hollywood

Christian Allaire

The couples style scene in Hollywood has been on fire this summer. One day, Justin and Hailey Bieber are hitting the streets in matching grungy streetwear; the next day, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are coordinating their outfits to hit the gym together. It seems each famous pairing has a distinctive fashion vibe going on—with plenty of eye-catching style tricks to make the paparazzi go wild.

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A new developing duo on the red carpet? Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom. Yesterday evening, they hit the carpet at the premiere of Bloom’s new Amazon show, Carnival Row, in Los Angeles. Their harmonious Hollywood aesthetic was a departure from the bold couple style we’ve been seeing lately.

For their appearance, Perry and Bloom both wore designs by Tom Ford. Perry looked stunning in a floor-length lavender dress with chain detailing from the label’s recent Fall 2019 collection. Bloom, meanwhile, complemented her in a dapper single-breasted suit in blue, with a white button-up, knit tie, and leather lace-up shoes. If their love for each other is as strong as these classically chic ensembles, it’s bound to last.

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