Referred to as Los Angeles’ answer to the Met Ball, LACMA’s annual Art + Film Gala took place last night, this time honoring American installation artist Robert Irwin and Oscar-winning The Hurt Locker director Kathryn Bigelow. But considering the fact that Gucci once again sponsored the fete, the fashions that graced the green carpet — and Chris Burden’s Urban Light installation, which offered epic posing possibilities — were also stars of the show, with many of the stylish celebrities and artists in attendance wearing the label’s show-stopping designs. We’ve put together a few of the most memorable ensembles from the get-together, which was co-chaired by Leonardo DiCaprio and Eva Chow, and included a music performance by psych-pop musician Borns.
Model Alessandra Ambrosio's angelic Gucci gown was ideal for turning the museum's outdoor installation into her own personal catwalk.
Gwyneth Paltrow was sure to pick a Gucci gown that showed off her signature stems.
As per usual, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was statuesque perfection in pink silk Gucci.
The Olsen sisters showed up predictably chic and monochromatic.
Model (and daughter of co-chair Eva Chow) Asia Chow's billowy dress with harness exemplified the hard/soft balance Gucci does so well.
Salma Hayek's Gucci gown featured the brand's latest signature details: peekaboo fabric and floral embroidery.
Oscar winner Brie Larson's frothy Gucci gown was perfect for partying (so much twirling potential).
Yup, you guessed it. Actress Zoe Saldana's serpent and butterfly decorated dress is yet another Gucci.
Who needs a gown when you can wear a glittery suit, like model Liberty Ross?
Artist Petra Collins' opulent Gucci dress gave a bit of a Byzantine vibe.
What would a roundup of looks from the event be without including Gucci's creative director Alessandro Michele in a gold tiger-decked suit?