Jared Leto looked dapper while attending the LACMA Art + Film Gala at LACMA on November 02, 2019 in Los Angeles, California–dare I say, those luscious hair could make any woman full of envy.
For the occasion he wore a Gucci ensemble (as the label on his sleeve proudly states): a pink contrast lapel gold trim blazer featuring long sleeves, a single-breasted cut with two buttons at the front to fasten, button-up cuffs, deep side pockets, a chest pocket, a tailored shape, gold trim at the lapel and cuffs and a logo patch at the sleeve. A Gucci white tank top underneath it and flared black trousers completed the vintage look.
To accessorize, he opted for white leather women’s boots with Interlocking G Horsebit with contrasting color block accents–the wooden heel has the House’s monogram inlaid in gold-toned metal on the back. Orange Gucci tinted aviator sunglasses perfected the look.
As for the stylist, there was no way to find out who was in charge of the look, even though I am pretty sure that Alessandro Michele–creative director for Gucci–had a say in it. It is also highly possible that Leto decided for himself as it’s the case with many celebrities like Blake Lively who does not require the services of a stylist.
I will be glad to further update this article in case anything new comes up.
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.