Celebs were the very definition of Guccification at the 2017 LACMA Art+Film Gala
Hollywood's A-listers brought their best feet forward this past weekend at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)'s annual Art+Film Gala. In the seventh year running, the event's aim is to celebrate acclaimed artists and filmmakers in the film industry, with this year's honour list including veteran director and legend behind Star Wars, George Lucas; and abstract artist who has been lauded as this generation's Jackson Pollock, Mark Bradford.
On the fashion front, Gucci was this year's sponsor with a celeb-strong squad flanking the red carpet decked in Alessandro Michele's designs. Zoe Saldana and Jared Leto show us that florals can be pulled off with aplomb, while Charlotte Casiraghi's dreamy spangled gown in various pastel hues radiated major unicorn vibes (in a good way). Models and new moms Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Behati Prinsloo looked positively radiant—the former in a feminine blue gown, and the latter in an Oriental-inspired frock that showed off her gams along with her baby bump. Elsewhere, Kim Kardashian West paid homage to the Italian fashion house's former creative director Tom Ford in an all-black vintage pantsuit. Below, have a gander at who wore what on the red carpet: