Lady Gaga took the red carpet at the Gala of the Film Academy on Saturday night and there was a lot of competition. The stars treated the evening as an opportunity to look their most glamorous, but few can encounter the dramatic elegance achieved by Gaga in her elegant black and powder blue dress, with sleeves that seem to drape almost to the ground.
The simplicity of Gaga’s dress was the perfect setting for her sophisticated accessories, which included Chopard earrings with 26.82 carat diamonds set in 18 carat white gold. The earrings are from their “Haute Joaillerie Collection”. On her hand, she slid the Fuzzy Ring from the 1.32-carat Diamond Lace Collection, made of 18-carat ethical white gold.
It was a gala co-chair by Ava DuVernay, Ryan Murphy and Jason Blum and the venerable Sofia Loren and director Haile Gerima. The event also honored Tom Hanks, Annette Benning and Bob Iger for their fundraising efforts on behalf of the museum, which opened to the public on September 30. The new 300,000-square-foot complex, designed by renowned architect Renzo Piano, is located on the LACMA campus of Wilshire and Fairfax.
This museum has been open for years at the Academy.
“We need to celebrate everything this city and art form has brought to the world. The end result surpasses our dreams by about ten times, “Hanks said as he took the stage. “This is what this building looks like to me, the biggest magic lantern in the world that will take us to another world.”
“I thought it would be great for our industry, but also for our community,” says Iger said, in a pre-recorded video of the event. “What I’m most excited to see is the movie premiere – hopefully the Disney movie premiere – at this great David Geffen theater.”
In addition to Gaga, the guest list included Brad Pitt, Regina King, Kristen Stewart, Nicole Kidman, Cher, Queen Latifa, Angela Bassett, Kate Hudson, Spike Lee, Patti Jenkins, Tiffany Hadish.
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