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Kelsey Asbille on ‘Yellowstone’ and Starring in Lafayette 148 New York’s Spring Campaign

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Kelsey Asbille is quickly becoming a name to know.

The 30-year old actress currently stars on the Paramount Network’s popular drama Yellowstone (think Succession meets the Wild Wild West), where she’s spent the last four years playing Monica Dutton. Along with her costar and onscreen husband Kayce Dutton (played by Luke Grimes), she’s become a fan favorite, while off-screen, she’s turning into an emerging fashion darling.

Asbille is the latest face for Lafayette148 New York’s spring campaign, which marks Women’s History Month. “Women’s History Month is every day to me,” she says. “It means honoring the generations of mothers, grandmothers, and all the incredible women that have helped shape who we are today. I think it’s also about looking forward, and our responsibility to improve things for the women who come after us.”

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In the new campaign, Asbille models an array of looks from the latest collection, including textured knit sweaters and luxe leather dresses that aren’t too far off from what you would catch her wearing in her day to day life.

“My personal style is always changing. It evolves as I do. Being very much a guest in the fashion world, it’s been a privilege to work with great minds like Raf Simons and Nicolas Ghesquière and Emily Smith at Lafayette148,” says Asbille, ” It always feels inspired and collaborative, and there’s a level of generosity and kindness from all of them that made me feel so welcome.”

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Kelsey Asbille Yellowstone

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Though Yellowstone recently wrapped its fourth season, Asbille is set to reprise her role for season five. The South Carolina native says that taking part in the series hits her on a deeper level because it allows her to reckon with her own Indigenous heritage and her own womanhood.

“Yellowstone has always been more than just a job for me, it is a way of exploring my own origins and confronting that part of myself. Navigating where I come from and where I belong, but also connecting me to a community that has had a profound impact on my life,” says Asbille. “I really admire Monica’s unconditional love for her family. There is often an idealism to motherhood that is portrayed on screen, and while Monica certainly imagines and fights for a better world for her family, I’m more interested in the parts of her that are simply human.”

“This season has really hit different,” she adds. “The reaction to the show has blown me away. We’re all just really excited to jump back in and keep telling this story. No intel to report [as for next season]just trying to avoid Rip’s Train Station tours!”

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