Stylist: George Cortina
Outfit: custom Atelier Versace by Donatella Versace
Makeup Artist: Hung Vanngo using Kiehl’s and Marc Jacobs Beauty
Hairstylist: David von Cannon
Manicurist: Deborah Lippmann
Jewelry: Sabba by Alessandro Sabbatini
Model and activist Gisele Bündchen went for sustainable fashion for the 2018’s MET Gala. Read further to understand her real commitment to the cause, especially when it comes to red carpet appearances.
The famous Brazilian Bombshell wore an ethic custom Atelier Versace light gold organic silk gown with a high cut slit, a high neck and flowing scarf plus a little train; matching strappy Versace heels completed the look.
According to Versace the dedication to the model’s request was very important.
“Gisele Bündchen’s MET Gala 2018 dress has been realized only with 100% sustainable materials that are all certificated as GOTS: Global Organic Textile Standard which defines the sustainability of the entire textile supply chain, from harvesting of the raw materials, through responsible approach for the environment–forbidding the use of chemical inputs, toxic heavy metals, bleaches, while keeping full record of all the energy, water consumption and waste water treatment– but also human and social criteria.”
Makeup artist Hung Vanngo used Kiehl’s products for skincare and Marc Jacobs Beauty ones for her makeup, read the full rundown here.
Manicurist Deborah Lippmann paired her fabulous gown with two nail polishes from her eponymous line: In Fashiontopped with Bring On The Bling.
Gisele accessorized her look with gold Sabba hoop earrings, a rare sight on any red carpet, indeed their pieces are only available at the FD Gallery in New York City. The Italian designer launched the brand in 2014 and he’s a real prodigy.