Andrew Garfield sprinkled some elegance on the red carpet of this year’s LACMA Art + Film Gala. The beloved actor has been wearing some of the best ensembles in the game lately and it doesn’t seem like he has any intention of slowing down.
For the gala in question, Garfield donned a midnight blue custom Gucci jacket decorated with flower motifs, over a light yellow Gucci silk shirt with point collar and covered buttons.
He also wore matching midnight blue pants and completed the look with black Gucci tassel-detail leather loafers, an Omega De Ville Trésor Master Chronometer watch and a David Yurman Pinky Ring in 18K yellow gold on his right little finger.
As usual, groomer Sonia Lee did an egregious job on the actor, carefully making sure that his complexion was glowy and his hair well taken care of. On her Instagram, she mentioned using products by Dr. Barbara Sturm and Balmain Hair Couture.
Since Andrew has been back on the scenes, his collaboration with stylist Warren Alfie Baker has skyrocketed him to the peak of the ‘best dressed lists’.
His styling has been consistent, carefully curated and the range of colors that they have been picking is a fest for the eyes. It’s clear that Baker knows his clients and treats every occasion as if it was as important as the previous one (even when it comes to minor events). Of course his overall style is refined but even when he dresses people in casual attire, there is no denying that the attention for detail is of the utmost importance.
On November 5, 2022, notables from the art, film, fashion, and entertainment industries gathered at LACMA for its eleventh annual Art+Film Gala honoring artist Helen Pashgian, an influential pioneer of Southern California’s Light and Space movement, along with trailblazing Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook.
LACMA trustee Eva Chow and actor Leonardo DiCaprio co-chaired the event for the eleventh consecutive year.
Proceeds from the annual Art+Film Gala go toward underwriting LACMA’s initiative to make film more central to the museum’s curatorial programming, while also funding LACMA’s broader mission. This includes exhibitions, acquisitions, and educational programming, in addition to screenings that explore the intersection of art and film.
The Art+Film Gala was once again made possible by Gucci‘s longstanding and generous support.