Queen of the Jungle

Actress Molly Burnett, who co-stars in Queen of the South, shows off one of fall’s most fetching trends.

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  • Photographed by
    Tameka Jacobs
  • Makeup and hair by
    Cat Sherwin
  • Styled by
    Allison Rae Marsh
  • Shot on location at the Skirball cultural center

Colorado native Molly Burnett just couldn’t snuff her passion for acting. She dropped out of college and moved to Sherman Oaks in 2008. Just four months later, she landed a principal role on Days of Our Lives—and she’s worked steadily ever since. Last year she was nominated for an Emmy for Relationship Status (aired on the app go90), and now she’s busy at work on the second season of Queen of the South (USA Network). “It’s a show about strong, badass women,” Molly explains. Here, shown in the season’s hottest trend—animal prints—the actress proves she’s got a little sass herself.


Snakeskin print dress by AFRM, $148; available at shopafrm.com and Nordstrom;

Gianni Milanesi red ostrich skin pumps, $380; available at Barneys; steel/rust hat by Lola Hats, $362; available at Jill Roberts or lolahats.com; mixed metal-studded bracelet, $180; available at Calleen Cordero



AFRM black lace-up cotton pants, $88; leopard print denim bustier, $68; and matching denim jacket, $128; available at shopafrm.com and Nordstrom; black bootie with gold-studded heels, $675; available at Calleen Cordero

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