Actor and musician Macauley Culkin (Home Alone, The Pizza Underground and Changeland) along with singer, songwriter Phoebe Bridgers (Stranger in the Alps and Punisher) stole the show, in their runway appearance at Gucci’s spectacular, star-studded show “Love Parade.”
Gucci’s creative director, Alessandro Michele had LA’s Hollywood Boulevard shut down to host the glitzy roadside runway show. He lured many famous faces, including star models Kodi Smit-McPhee, Jodie Turner-Smith and Jared Leto.
The front row of the “Gucci Love Parade” seated Hollywood stars including Billie Eilish, Serena Williams, Miley Cyrus and Lizzo. Gwyneth Paltrow looked stunning in a revamped Tom Ford red velvet Gucci tux. The suit was the same as the one she wore at the 1996 VMAs. Dakota Johnson, now dating Paltrow’s ex-husband Chris Martin, looked very cosy beside Paltrow as they chatted intimately and enjoyed the show.
The “Love Parade” was another Gucci masterpiece. The show was themed to coincide with Ridley Scott’s House of Gucci. Starring Lady Gaga and Adam Driver, it will be released in theatres later this month. Leto, who is also a close friend of Gucci, coincidentally, is starring in the upcoming movie.
A list of hot celebrities modelled for Alessandro Michele’s show. The night featured an eclectic mix of Hollywood glam, ’70s-style suits, cowboy-chic Americana and a butt-plug necklace. Other notable models included filmmaker Miranda July, musician Steve Lacy and Broadway performer Jeremy Pope.
A set of Björk tracks including “Big Time Sensuality” and “All is Full of Love,” got the show pumping. Guests were wowed by the long list of celebrities dressed up as Hollywood silver-screen starlets as they hit the runway.
Backstage, photographers were shooting models and celebrities as they changed outfits. And they snapped the Gucci collection coming together under the close watch of Alessandro. Nymph silver screen dresses and sex toy-inspired jewellery, along with meticulous Gucci designs and tailoring was Hollywood silver-screen at its best.
Alessandro described it as “the idols of a new contemporary cosmogony.” The magical fashion world of Gucci and the “Love Parade,” was a dream come true for Hollywood stars. Global fans fixated on their screen in awe, losing themselves in the romanticism of all its glitz, glamour and glory.
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