It’s arguably the most highly anticipated film of the year, and now the moment we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived.
Taking to London overnight, the superstar cast of Ridley Scott’s epic crime drama House Of Gucci descended on the red carpet in only the most glorious and glamorous Gucci garments.
Leading the charge was Lady Gaga, who stars as Patrizia Reggiani, donning the most opulent violet silk chiffon gown for the occasion.
The pleated number debuted in Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele’s star-studded Spring/Summer 2022 collection ‘Love Parade’ last week, which saw everyone from Gwyneth Paltrow to Macauley Culkin descend on Hollywood Boulevard.
Gaga dialled up the punk rock camp, pairing the dress with biker style platform boots, thigh-high fishnet stockings and bejewelled opera gloves. A pair of pearl-coloured panties poked through the sheer ensemble.
Continuing with the purple motif, Gaga rocked her signature bold eye in a glistening shade of lilac swept across her lids. Bold charcoal eyeliner framed her alluring gaze, with a peach-toned lip finishing the look, courtesy of Haus Laboratories of course.
Adam Driver, who plays one-time head of the Gucci fashion house, Maurizio Gucci, went for a more toned down look in a slick navy blue suit.
While Driver and Gaga’s portrayal of Signore e Signora Gucci ends in murder, the Academy Award winners turned up the heat on the red carpet, canoodling for the cameras and acting the happy couple. This pair is giving Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet a run for their money.
There were plenty of other fashion moments as well, including Salma Hayek who embodied the Oscar statue in her gold dress (she certainly has the midas touch), and Jeremy Irons, who is single handily bringing back the early 2000s useless skinny scarf.
The overall highlight however was definitely Jared Leto, who rocked a velvet turquoise tuxedo and show-stopping drop pendant necklace. Leto clutched the famed anatomical heart minaudière which was a favourite from the Maison’s Aria collection that was presented back in April.
The only thing missing from the premiere was the head of Gucci himself: creative director Alessandro Michele.
The press circuit may have only just begun, but we can guarantee that this is just the start of a series of iconic looks from celebrity ensemble cast. If the red carpet is anything to go by, then we’re sure the film’s fashion will destroy us. Frankly, bring it on.
House Of Gucci will be released in theatres on the 26th of December. In the meantime, watch the jaw-dropping trailer below.