Miley Cyrus‘ outfit for this year’s LACMA Art + Film Gala was immediately recognizable for those who are in the know.
Nevertheless it was so cool that we wanted to write about it.
The “Midnight Sky” singer wore a look from The Hacker Project, a merging of codes between the brands Balenciaga and Gucci that was first presented in the House’s Aria collection (Fall 2021 Ready-to-Wear).
The ensemble included a Gucci Hourglass jacket, a Gucci off-white silk satin georgette shirt underneath and matching leggins.
Cyrus accessorized her look with a Gucci small Hourglass bag, a Rahaminov Diamonds ring, a Ruchi New York Rainbow Wrap ring and an ethiopian opal, multi-color sapphire and diamond cocktail ring. Other statement rings by Jared Lehr finished off the look.
Gucci Beauty shared with its followers the products that Miley used to achieve her look, we’ll report them here so you can replicate it (edited for clarity):
– “Palette Beauté Des Yeux Floral;
– Éclat De Beauté Effet Lumière face gloss;
– Mascara L’Obscur;
– Stylo Contour des Yeux eyeliner #02 in “Anthracite“;
– Rouge à Lèvres Voile 206 ‘Katrin Sand‘”.
Looks like Miley‘s can seem a bit too heavy but her whimsical personality plays a huge role in easying them on the eyes.
The 2021 Gala honored American artists Amy Sherald and Kehinde Wiley along with Steven Spielberg. LACMA trustee Eva Chow and actor Leonardo DiCaprio co-chaired the event for the tenth consecutive year.
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.