This generation’s Wonder Woman Gal Gadot wore a Givenchy Haute Couture Spring Summer 2019 outfit, designed by Clare Waight Keller, to the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala to celebrate the opening of the “Camp: Notes on Fashion” exhibition on 6 May in New York City.
Chris Lee wore a custom Gucci red duchesse and black velvet long sleeve gown with embroidered multicolor jacquard peacock details, black leather high heels, a leather clutch with crystal butterfly detail and a black headpiece with veil.
Ashley Graham (right) wore a custom Dapper Dan — Gucci red GG three button tuxedo jacket with contrast green satin lapel, a crystal lion patch and green and red GG patch.
Sinéad Burke (left) wore a custom Gucci black velvet deep V-neck dress featuring puff sleeves and blue satin bow detail on the front and black cape with piping and black satin detail with silver glitter slippers featuring bow detail and a black matelassé chevron leather GG Marmont chain shoulder bag.
Bea Carrozzini (center) wearing a custom-made black wool silk tuxedo with deep red silk taffeta rose drape and black satin evening clutch with blooming rose jeweled embellishment.
She wowed like many did in that annual much-anticipated celebration.
None of the usual, “normal” gowns in this A-list event were seen as ladies (and gents) floated through the red carpet in costumes like a feminine tuxedo as the one that Bea Carrozzini flaunted with aplomb.
Gucci, which dressed the likes of Gala co-chair Harry Styles, Dakota Johnson, Kiki Layne and Jared Leto, was also a sterling presence in many sightings at this yearly eye-stopper of a ball.
Here are some of the stars in that bedazzling “show.”