Melissa McCarthy has been killing it on the Ghostbusters press tour lately, but don't give thanks to another designer -- the actress has been wearing her own creations!
McCarthy's Seven7 collection launched last summer, and the former Mike & Molly star hasn't been seen in anything else.
The 45-year-old actress kicked off her Ghostbusters tour last month, as she and her co-stars appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live for the show's special game night episode on June 8. McCarthy worked a fierce black-and-white patterned jumpsuit from her collection as she goofed off on the late-night program.
McCarthy then took things international, wowing in a long-sleeved floral number as she posed with director Paul Feig at a fan event in Singapore on June 12.
The Ghostbusters star made her way to London several days later on June 17, where she promoted her new movie at BBC Radio 2, rocking attire from her upcoming holiday collection. The actress paired a patterned tea length skirt with a pink blouse and matching sandals to complete the feminine look.
After taking a little break from the festivities, McCarthy stunned at the Ghostbusters premiere in Los Angeles on June 9 -- the actress sported an on-trend yellow number, wearing a 1950s-inspired custom creation with lacy floral embroidery. "It's an elegant version of new and old Hollywood," McCarthy's stylist, Judy B. Schwartz, told Pret-a-Reporter on the summery ensemble. "And the takeaway from that [premiere] look for any woman is not to be afraid to experiment and to always keep your look evolving."
On Monday, the mother of two kept it colorful in another chic jumpsuit from her collection for an appearance on Univision's Despierta America. The patterned number, appropriately named "Jelly Bean," is currently available online.
A day later, McCarthy ramped up her fashion game, as she stepped out in two fun and flirty looks. She was first spotted in New York City in a cute, yellow tea-length dress and matching pumps.
The star then wrapped things up for the day in an adorable ensemble at the Empire State Building, sporting a black-and-white printed dress, paired with killer red pumps.
McCarthy's fashion game has been on point as of late, but she's not the only Ghostbusters star to pull out all the stops.
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