Gucci dressed Florence Welch, Dakota Johnson, Jared Leto, Charlotte Casiraghi, Sienna Miller, and more for the Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art this evening, celebrating the opening of the exhibit “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology.”
Florence Welch wore a Gucci Custom iridescent silver fully embroidered long sleeve gown featuring sequin cherry blossom branches and a fully embellished renaissance inspired neckline with black diamonds, crystals and trompe l’oeil necklace and bow detail. She completed her look with a Le Marché des Merveilles Snake ring in 18k white gold with green tourmalines and green topaz, a pair of iridescent silver platform high heels and a blue leather evening clutch with cat head closure.
Dakota Johnson wore a Gucci black silk georgette gown featuring a green lace neckline, multicolored lace and crystal star details and black velvet belt with a pair of black satin platform high heels and purple plexiglass evening clutch with star and bee detail.
Charlotte Casiraghi wore a Gucci yellow silk pleated chiffon long sleeve gown with multi-colored tiers featuring a pale rose silk flower and grosgrain bow detail with a pair of purple metallic leather platform high heels and pink satin evening clutch with cat head closure. She completed her look with Gucci Cosmetics.
Jared Leto wore a custom Gucci white satin peak lapel tailcoat with white pique cotton gillet, white evening shirt, white bowtie, and black patent leather lace up shoes. He completed his look with a hand carved black lacquer cane with silver and crystal embellished cat head detail.
Sienna Miller wore a Gucci rose gold metallic embroidered strapless column gown featuring large bow detail with a pair of silver metallic leather platform high heels and red plexiglass evening clutch with star and bee detail.
will.i.am wore a custom Gucci black satin peak lapel Marseille tuxedo with silver embroidered detail, black evening shirt and black patent leather lace up shoes.