A fan favorite, singer and songwriter Billie Eilish couldn’t certainly miss an event related to Gucci, case in question: the 2019 LACMA Art + Film Gala presented by Gucci at LACMA on November 2, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.
For the event, Eilish wore a custom Gucci wool and GG lamé oversize bowling shirt and jogger pants with floral sequin embroideries and crystal appliqués, Gucci Flashtrek sneakers and blue oversize square-frame triple layered acetate spectacles with a finished glossy effect.
When it came to accessories, it was a Gucci feast for the eyes: a Lion-head choker necklace, a 18k yellow gold Le Marché des Merveilles ring enriched with diamond-set eyes and an aquamarine gemstone on the opposite side, another one, also from the same collection, was in yellow gold, diamonds and green jade.
Furthermore, you can spot a ring in green tourmaline and topaz on her left thumb among others. If you pay close attention, you’ll be able to see a pair of yellow gold multi-colored topaz Double G earrings through her hair.
A Blohsh pendant jeweled silver necklace was visible under her choker.
According to Gucci‘s Instagram, her makeup artist Robert Rumsey applied a Gucci Beauty Rouge à Lèvres Voile lipstick in the shade number 205 ‘Hold Your Man’ and Baume à Lèvres lip balm in the shade 1 ‘Joslyn Clair’ on her lips.
For those who do not know it: notables from the art, film, fashion, and entertainment industries gather at LACMA for this Gala which honors influential artists.
Proceeds 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 that explore the intersection of art and film.
LACMA Productions is an award-winning extension of the museum’s film initiative. Over the last years, along with the establishment of the Art+Film initiative, LACMA has dedicated resources to producing a series of short documentary films on artists. Commissioned from emerging and mid-career filmmakers, the museum’s short documentaries have earned official selections at leading international film festivals.