Hailee Steinfeld is a vision in white for Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon appearance promoting Apple TV series Dickinson
She stars in the upcoming Apple TV Plus series Dickinson.
And on Wednesday night, Hailee Steinfeld made an appearance on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon to promote it.
The actress, 22, wore a stunning ivory outfit for her TV chat with her long dark hair pulled back from her face and styled in waves.
Promotional chat: Hailee Steinfeld wore a stunning ivory outfit for an appearance on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday to promote her Apple TV+ series Dickinson
In Dickinson, Steinfeld plays the acclaimed American poet Emily Dickinson and is set during her youth in the mid-1800s.
The season of 10 30-minute episodes is billed as a show about the gender and social constraints on women and a costume dramedy with a modern slant.
As the trailer for the series shows, the series follows how the young Emily stood out from her peers and rebelled against her parents who wanted her to follow a conventional path.
She is uninterested in fashion and has no intention of getting married; instead she insists that she will pursue a literary career.
Late night appearance: The actress, 22, wore her long dark hair pulled back from her face and styled in waves and stepped out in very high-heeled white boots
Costume dramedy: In Dickinson, Steinfeld plays the acclaimed American poet Emily Dickinson and is set during her youth in the mid-1800s
Vision: Her outfit featured a cable knit sweater and a semi sheer pleated skirt and she modeled the look for a photo shared to her Instagram
Meanwhile, Steinfeld’s ex-boyfriend Niall Horan recently revealed that his heartbreak over their split inspired many of the songs on his new album.
The former One Direction boybander confirmed in December 2018 that he and the actress and singer had gone their separate ways.
Speaking to Billboard to promote the release of the first single Nice To See Ya from the as-yet-untitled upcoming album, Horan, 26, explained that the breakup ‘helps when it comes to writing songs…. It helps vent the emotions.’
‘Going through heartbreak helped write the ballads, even some of the happy songs – the sad songs that are dressed up as happy songs sometimes,’ he said.
Heartbreak: Former One Direction boybander Niall Horan recently revealed his split from Steinfeld inspired the songs on his upcoming new album. They’re seen in November 2017