Some of Hollywood’s leading ladies showcased their sense of glamor and fashion at the annual Guggenheim International Gala in New York City.
Actresses Alexandra Daddario, Rachel Brosnahan and Nina Dobrev were among the high-profile people to lend their support to the event.
The funds raised by the gala will benefit the museum’s array of internationally acclaimed exhibitions, educational programs and forward-thinking initiatives, ensuring that the Guggenheim remains a beacon for modern art and innovative thinking, the museum said. website guggenheim.org.
This year’s annual gala recognized individuals who are committed to creativity, inspiring our past and reinvigorating our future.
Ahead of the fundraiser event, Daddario, 36, stepped down the red carpet for the photographers in an off-white patterned dress.
The standout number showed no skin as it hugged her slim waist while hanging loosely around her stately, long-sleeved figure.
To go along with his elegant vibe, the True Detective and The White Lotus star had her dark locks pulled back from her face and up in a bun with a part in the middle.
Elegance: Ahead of the fundraiser event, Daddario, 36, stepped down the red carpet for the photographers in an off-white dress
striking; The True Detective star’s dress had an intricate pattern from top to bottom
Like Daddario, Brosnahan had her dark locks pulled into a sleek, tight bun with a center part as she stepped outside for a round of photos.
But the actress from The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel opted for a cream suit, consisting of flared trousers and a matching double-breasted blazer.
To round out her ensemble, the Wisconsin native wore a sparkly teal purse and matching heels.
Chic: the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel actress opted for a cream suit, consisting of flared trousers and a matching double-breasted blazer
Dobrev snuggled up with Shaun White
Dobrev, 33, was also a model of elegance in a brown and white patterned dress that she paired with black heels, while carrying a stylish handbag.
After taking a few solo poses, The Vampire Diaries alum was joined on the red carpet by her beau, Shaun White, who looked handsome in a burgundy velvet blazer with black pants, a white shirt and a black bow tie.
The actress and the professional snowboarder first sparked dating rumors in February 2020 when fans noticed they had shared similar photos from a trip to South Africa, according to American weekly.
A month later, they were photographed together for the first time on 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 her career, also took the stage at the Guggenheim International Gala in 2022, powered by Dior
The gala included cocktails and an exhibition, a seated dinner and a performance by Norah Jones, the museum said website guggenheim.org.
Before sitting at a piano for her time in the spotlight, the singer-songwriter, 43, showed off her infectious smile on the red carpet, decked out in a black long lace dress that fell from her back and tied at the waist. with a large leather belt.
The director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Richard Armstrong, also shared a few words onstage, all dressed up in a black tuxedo and matching bow tie.
Annual Achievement Celebration: Richard Armstrong, the director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, also shared a few words during the gaga, all dressed up in a black tuxedo
Ladies in Black: Marisa Pucci, Wendy Fisher and Naomi Beck went shoulder to shoulder for a few photos at the fundraising event
The event also featured Marisa Pucci, Wendy Fisher and Naomi Beck, who went shoulder to shoulder for a few photos during the fundraising event.
Among the high-profile supporters were journalist Derek Blasberg and CNN presenter Don Lemon, who were both decked out in black suits.
During the evening, powered by Dior, supporters help celebrate the Guggenheim’s annual achievements and raise vital funds to further the museum’s array of internationally acclaimed exhibitions, educational programs and forward-thinking initiatives.