Some of Hollywood’s leading ladies showcased their glamor and fashion sense at the annual Guggenheim International Gala in New York City.
Actresses Alexandra Daddario, Rachel Brosnahan, and Nina Dobrev were among the high-profile celebrities lending their support to the event.
Funds raised by the gala benefit the museum’s internationally-acclaimed exhibitions, educational programs, and forward-thinking initiatives, and ensure that the Guggenheim remains a prominent place for innovative art and innovative thinking. , according to the museum. Website guggenheim.org.
This year’s annual gala recognizes people who are committed to creativity, inspire our past, and energize our future.
Ahead of the fundraising event, Daddario, 36, stepped out on the red carpet in front of photographers in an off-white patterned dress.
The stunner didn’t show any skin as it cinched her slim waistline while it hid her sculpted figure with long sleeves.
To go along with her gorgeous voice, the True Detective and White Lotus star had her dark locks swept away from her face and into a bun with a center part.
Beauty: Ahead of the fundraising event, Daddario, 36, stepped out for photographers on the red carpet in an off-white style dress
eye-catching; The True Detective star’s outfit had intricate patterns from top to bottom
Much like Daddario, Brosnahan wore his dark locks down into a slicked-back middle part as he stepped out for a round of photos.
But The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel actress opted for a cream-colored suit with flared slacks and a matching double-breasted blazer.
Rounding out her ensemble, the Wisconsin native carried a glittery purse and wore matching heels.
Chic: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel actress opted for a cream-colored suit with flared slacks and a matching double-breasted blazer.
Dobrev snuggled up with Sean White
Dobrev, 33, was also a picture of beauty in a brown and white patterned dress which she teamed with black heels, while she carried a stylish clutch purse.
After striking a few poses solo, The Vampire Diaries alum was joined on the red carpet by her beau Shaun White, who looked dapper in a burgundy velvet blazer with black trousers, a white dress shirt and a black bow tie.
The actress and professional snowboarder first sparked dating rumors in February 2020 when fans noticed they shared similar photos from a trip to South Africa. American Weekly.
A month later, they were photographed together for the first time during a bike ride in Malibu, California.
unique; Norah Jones, 43, showed off her sense of style in a black lace dress
Classy: Jones, who has sold 50 million albums worldwide during his career, also performed on stage during the 2022 Guggenheim International Gala, made possible by Dior.
According to the museum, the gala included cocktails and a view of the exhibition and a seated dinner and a performance by Norah Jones. Website guggenheim.org.
Before taking her time behind the piano, the 43-year-old singer-songwriter flashed her infectious smile on the red carpet in a black dress with long lace cascading down her back that cinched at her waist. was Large leather strap.
Solomon R. The director of the Guggenheim Museum, Richard Armstrong, also shared a few words on stage dressed all in a black tuxedo and matching bow tie.
Annual Achievement Celebration: Richard Armstrong, Director of Solomon R. The Guggenheim Museum, also shared a few words on Gaga dressed in an all-black tuxedo.
Ladies in Black: Marissa Puckey goes shoulder to shoulder with Wendy Fisher and Naomie Beck for a few snaps at the fundraiser
Also spotted at the event were Marissa Pucci, Wendy Fisher and Naomie Beck, who posed shoulder-to-shoulder for a few photos at the fundraiser.
High-profile supporters included the likes of journalist Derek Blasberg and CNN anchor Don Lemon, who were both decked out in black suits.
During the evening, made possible by Dover, supporters help celebrate the Guggenheim’s annual achievements and raise funds necessary to advance the museum’s range of internationally acclaimed exhibitions, educational programs, and forward-thinking initiatives. the beginning.