Natasha Lyonne is set to star and executive produce the Peacock series Poker Face, on top her leading lady duties in Netflix’s Russian Doll.
And on Friday, the multihyphenate joined other filmmakers at Variety’s Storytellers event hosted by Netflix FYSEE at Raleigh Studios in Los Angeles.
She hit the red carpet ahead of the festivities in a stylish houndstooth patterned champagne suit.
Unique: Natasha Lyonne, 43, showed off her fashion sense at Variety’s Storytellers event hosted by Netflix FYSEE in Los Angeles.
The pants hugged her curves and flared at the bottom of the legs, much like the fashion of the 70s.
The New York City native instead just went with the matching vest underneath the blazer, which helped set off the retro appeal with its wide lapels.
For an added touch of style, she wore a black velvet bow tie and large white hoop earrings.
She rounded out the overall look by having her blonde tresses styled long and flowing well past her shoulders with bangs and natural soft waves.
Style: She hit the red carpet ahead of the festivities in a stylish houndstooth patterned champagne suit
Finishing touches: The New York City native instead just went with the matching vest underneath the blazer, which helped set off the retro appeal with its wide lapels
With her two series – Russian Doll and Poker Face – in production, Lyonne had plenty to talk about when she met up with the likes of such filmmakers as Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer, Hwang Dong-hyuk and John Wells.
Matt Duffer, who along with his identical twin brother created and executive produce Netflix’s Stranger Things, struck a number of poses in an all-black outfit.
Opting for casual-cool, Ross Duffer wore dark blue denim jeans with a brown button-down with white sneakers.
The Dunham, North Carolina natives, 38, work on all of their projects as a duo.
Like-minded: Lyonne struck a pose with her fellow filmmakers: Matt Duffer, Ross Duffer, S.J. Clarkson, Hwang Dong-hyuk and John Wells on the red carpet
Duo: Ross Duffer and Matt Duffer, who are often credited as the Duffer Brothers, created and executive produce the hit Netflix science fiction drama Stranger Things
Clarkson, a British film and television director, also kept it casual in all-black, including her leather shoes.
Her works include Doctors, Catastrophe, East Endians, Football Players’ Wives, Life On Mars, as well as American television series Heroes, House Doctor, Dexter and Ugly Betty.
In 2019, she signed on to direct the new Game Of Thrones prequel for HBO.
Hwang Dong-hyuk, 51, who’s a South Korean film director, wore two-tone jeans with a black jacket over a white t-shirt.
He’s best known for directing the crime drama film Silenced (2011), and for creating the hit Netflix survival drama series Squid Game.
Multi-asker: S.J. Clarkson was also on hand in all-black; her works include Doctors, Catastrophe, East Endians, Football Players’ Wives, Life On Mars, as well as American television series Heroes, House Doctor, Dexter and Ugly Betty
Squid gamer: Dressed on two-tone jeans and a t-shirt, Hwang Dong-hyuktalked about the hit Netflix survival drama series Squid Game
Wells, a film and television writer, director and producer, stepped out in a dark checkered blazer over a blue dress shirt and black pants.
The Northern Virginia native is best known for his role as showrunner and executive producer of the television series ER, Third Watch, West Wing, Southland, Shameless, Animal Kingdom and American Woman.
Lyonne’s series Russian Doll debuted its second season on April 20.
The series follows Nadia Vulvokov (Lyonne), a game developer who repeatedly dies and relives the same night in an ongoing time loop and tries to solve it, leading to her finding Alan Zaveri (Charlie Barnett) in the same situation.
Casual-cool: John Wells, a film and television writer, director and producer, stepped out in a dark checkered blazer over a blue dress shirt and black pants; he’s best known as the creator of the Showtime hit Shameless
The first season of the series, which also stars Greta Lee, Yul Vazquez, Elizabeth Ashley and Chloë Sevigny, was nominated for four Primetime Emmy Award, including Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for Lyonne.
Details about her new series Poker Face have not been revealed beyond the show being described by director Rian Johnson as a ‘fun, character driven, case-of-the-week mystery.’
Lyonne serves as executive producer and star alongside Stephanie Hsu, Joseph-Gordon Levitt, David Castañeda, Benjamin Bratt, Adrien Brody and Chloë Sevigny
Poker Face is scheduled to be released on Peacock in 2022, and will consist of 10 episodes.
Double duty: Russian Doll, which was co-created by Lyonne, debuted its second season on April 20; she has a new series, Poker Face, that’s set to debut on Peacock in 2022