Heading to the Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art—the Met Gala— celebrating the opening of the exhibit ‘Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination.’
Lana Del Rey wore a custom Gucci long sleeve silk cady and lace gown inspired by Our Lady of Sorrows by Alessandro Michele. The bodice features ‘The Seven Sorrows of Mary’ with the initials ‘LDR’ on the sacred heart. The skirt features hand stitched gold metal and colored silk thread embroidery inspired by baroque floral motifs and daggers with a pleated tulle and lace underskirt. Completing the look is a handmade headpiece with blue and white painted feathers and crystal halo, ivory satin loafers with embroidered lotus and handmade antique glass stick representing the eyes of Saint Lucy.
Susie Cave wore Gucci Fall Winter 2018 velvet crew neck gown with knotted draping detail on the sides and asymmetric hem with velvet hat with ribbons, velvet long gloves, and braided sandals by Alessandro Michele.