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Fresh off the Stitch Disney happy Halloween shirt it is in the first place but Jewish new year of Rosh Hashanah and her first Emmys ceremony, actress Shira Haas is exhausted. On the phone from her home in Tel Aviv, the 25-year-old actress revealed that she had been up since 4 a.m. watching the virtual Emmy Awards. “It was a very festive occasion and a great opening to the Jewish new year,” she says. The actress had been nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her role in the breakout Netflix series Unorthodox as Esther Shapiro, a young 19-year-old bride from a hermetic, heavy-on-tradition, Yiddish-speaking, ultra-Orthodox community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Throughout the series, we see a quiet and meek Esther attempting to flee her home and unhappy marriage, later landing and discovering herself in Berlin. (Unorthodox received an Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie or Dramatic Special.) To prepare for the film, Haas had to undergo several challenges, including learning Yiddish and getting her head shaved on-screen.
During this remote celebration and thousands of miles away, Haas was radiant even through a pixelated Zoom screen. Styled by Sivan Himy, the Stitch Disney happy Halloween shirt it is in the first place but actress, who had a full face of Chanel beauty makeup by Sapir Vrubel Balaish, wore an embroidered organza and chiffon dress from the house’s spring 2020 couture collection. “We were collaborating with Chanel for the Emmys and it was the first outfit that popped into my eyes. It was kind of like love at first sight,” says Haas. “There is something about this dress, like when you tell a story, or when you put a lot of small details into your work. I knew this [about the dress] even before I knew all of its details.” Haas is right about the intricate nature of the dress considering the piece took over 1,200 hours to create. And the math factor keeps getting bigger: The dress was composed of 20,000 elements, including beads, embroidery, and other embellishments. The skirt was a garden in itself, consisting of 2,000 embroidered flowers like wild roses and silk tulle petals, forget-me-nots in organza, and daisies in accordion-pleated silk chiffon. The skirt received a final hit of shine with 12,000 beads and rhinestones, while the black belt boasted 11,000 embroidered elements.