Julia Fox shared a new TikTok video to her account on Saturday.
Fox created a dress and matching earrings out of leaves she collected from a park.
Fox is known to include hand-crafted features in her outfits.
Julia Fox created a dress and matching earrings out of leaves she collected at a park.
On Saturday, the "Uncut Gems" actress revealed the foliage-themed ensemble and jewelry in a new TikTok video. The video began with Fox, 32, picking up autumn leaves and telling her fans that she became enamored by them.
"I'm obsessed with leaves, and I go to the park every day, so I've been seeing the leaves change," Fox said. "I just got really inspired."
Fox continued the video by giving a behind-the-scenes look at how she styled the individual leaves into an outfit. Fox filmed herself and her friend cleaning the leaves before coating them in resin. After the leaves dried, the pair used hot glue to bind individual leaves together to create the top and bottom, then connected the two halves using hooks and chains.
"I kind of want it to be, like, body jewelry more than clothing," Fox said. She added that some leaves were hung intentionally to make it look like they were falling.
Fox revealed the ensemble at the end of the video, saying she was "kind of obsessed" but wasn't sure if the dress was "wearable."
"It was really a labor of love," Fox said. She later added, "anything can be clothes, ladies, and now that we are in dark times, we all need to learn how to be crafty."
Many comments under the video praised Fox for her DIY skills. Fox dubbed the creation the "FALL 2022 dress" in the video's caption.
Representatives for Fox did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
Fox is known for her bold style that often incorporates handmade features.
In September, Fox attended the 2022 Bloomingdale's 150 x BAZAAR Icons party in a dress she crafted out of cellophane. At the time, Fox told the outlet made the purse and a pair of heels just one hour before arriving at the event.
Fox also used fashion to create discussions, including in May 2022 when she wrote on Instagram that wearing underwear to the grocery store should be "socially acceptable."
"I just think if it's socially acceptable at the beach it should be the same everywhere lol," she wrote in a now-deleted Instagram story.
Read the original article on Insider