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Cole’s personal journey in the fourth season of The Affair will put him the path of two very familiar-looking artists.

Phoebe Tonkin (The Originals) and Amy Irving (Alias) will guest-star in an episode of the Showtime drama’s upcoming season, TVLine has learned exclusively. Irving will play Nan Perino, a sculptress from Morro Bay, Calif., with a “mysterious” connection to Cole’s father. Tonkin will play Daphne, Nan’s protégé, who “guides” Cole through his quest for answers.

In addition to The Originals, which returns for its final season in 2018, Tonkin’s small-screen resume also includes roles on The Vampire Diaries and The Secret Circle. Irving, who has been nominated for both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe, recently starred in ABC’s short-lived Zero Hour.

Unlike The Affair‘s first three seasons, which explored the complicated connections between its core characters — Noah (Dominic West), Alison (Ruth Wilson), Helen (Maura Tierney) and Cole (Joshua Jackson) — the fourth season separates those individuals, sending them on their own journeys of self-discovery. Per the network, “every character is involved in a new relationship, forcing them each to decide if they’re ready and willing to leave the past behind for good [in] a season about new beginnings, tragic ends and the ever-elusive possibility of forgiveness.”

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Earlier this year when I chatted to one of Australia’s most affable young actors Phoebe Tonkin at the Portsea Polo for GRAZIA, she described her default fashion style as “a good pair of jeans, nice shirt, ballet flats and a little Chanel bag”.

Well, it seems the affection runs both ways, given the Sydney-born but Los Angeles-based former model and star of The Vampire Diaries and its spin-off The Originals is a regular fixture at Chanel’s runway shows and launch events.

Even amongst dozens of the Europe’s most fashionable women who descended upon Hamburg for this year’s Chanel Metiers d’art collection runway show, Tonkin’s poise and style credentials saw her steal (in the GRAZIA office’s opinion) the red carpet limelight.

Considering she was joined by the likes of Kristen Stewart and Lily-Rose Depp (both faces of Chanel), actress Rinko Kikuchi, German top model Tatjana Patitz and Marine Vacth (face of the Chanel Cruise 2017/18 collection), that was no small task.

Tonkin’s combination of round-necked Chanel couture dress with mirrored sequins and black stilettos was proof that classic elegance can be just as sexy as bare skin. Chunky rings and a smoky eye were the only hints of rebellion in her otherwise regal look.

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Phoebe attended the event with her sister Abby.

APPEARANCES > 2017 > DECEMBER 6TH – CHANEL – COLLECTION METIERS D’ART PARIS HAMBURG
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Huge thank you to Steph at Danielle Campbell Web and Elle at Joe Keery Network for their help!


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Phoebe Tonkin is in need of a schnitzel. The 28-year-old actress has just arrived in Hamburg, Germany, and she is itching to try some local delicacies.”I haven’t had any super traditional German food yet, but I’m excited to try something they have called gluehwein, which I guess is a mulled wine?”

This is her first time in Germany. “It is beautiful here,” says the Australia native. “I didn’t really know much about it before I got here, and it was a really pleasant surprise. It is gorgeous.”

And lack of schnitzel be damned (for now, at least), she is doing her best to take in the local attractions. So far, she’s hit the Christmas market, gone on a tour of the Hamburg School of Ballet, and visited the famed Miniatur Wunderland, a museum of, well, miniature things.

“I was very surprised at how impressive it was. It is so detailed,” she says. ”It is really quite amazing. Basically, you walk through giant rooms and it is really detailed, tiny replicas of cities and historical events. You could just stare at something for fifteen minutes and you are still going to miss little details.”

And all of this one some very extreme jetlag; very early on Saturday morning, Tonkin had filmed her final scene for The Originals, The CW’s successful spinoff of The Vampire Diaries, which she has starred on since 2013. “It was a very emotional goodbye,” she says. “I don’t think I’ve totally digested it. It has been a really big opportunity for me, and I am so grateful for the last five years, but also really excited to see what is next. I think I’d like to take a little break, but also start to work on some different material or different type of role. I was fortunate enough to do this miniseries in Australia, which gave me the bug again to find smaller, interesting, edgier pieces.”

But first, the reason she’s in Hamburg in the first place: Chanel’s Métiers d’Art show.

The Metiers d’Art show marks Tonkin’s third Chanel show, her first, ironically being a recreation of a Salzburg-themed show held in New York. “It was obviously gorgeous,” she recalls. So gorgeous, in fact, that she completely missed a rare front row appearance by none other than Beyoncé. “I think I was so awestruck by everything around me —Pharrell and Cara Delevingne performed, and it was a very exciting moment for me—that she very well was there and I was just caught up in all the things that were happening.”

Tonkin likens attending a Chanel show to a “funny summer camp.” “You end up being in different countries around the world and seeing the same people,” she says. “Stella Maxwell is a good friend of mine, though she’s normally walking the show. There’s actually been a couple of times where I’ve been lent samples and seen her name in the tag. I always say it is a good luck charm if Stella has worn the dress already on the catwalk.”

For today’s event, Tonkin selects a tea-length black dress with silver embroidery, after a serious debate over a shorter, spanglier number. “I do like to keep options, but when both options are so good, it is not such an easy decision.” To match the dress, she styles her chin-length hair in loves waves, with a nude lip and subtle smoky eye. “I like to play music, and like to do a mask or use some funny gadgets,” Tonkin explains.

She’s all set — just no Gluehwein until the afterparty. “I try to keep the wine ’til afterwards, because then I will just end up sitting and chatting and listening to music for way too long and miss my car,” she explains.

And with that, auf wiedersehen.

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Phoebe recently wrapped up filming for the Originals. She shared several photos from filming along with some throwbacks to season one. Phoebe, I am forever grateful for all you brought to the role of Hayley and all of your hard work over the last five years. Can’t wait to see what role you choose next!

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