Gucci hosted a private screening of James Franco’s documentary film ‘The Director’ held at the Royal Monceau Hotel in Paris, France on Wednesday (January 22).
Florence Welch: The singer wore a Gucci Spring 2014 black silk-chiffon kaftan (no surprises there) featuring metallic-purple inserts and bronze-and-blue sequin embroidery, worn over a black silk blouse and sheer black palazzo pants. Gucci accessories including a black plexiglass clutch and black suede platform sandals complemented her look, with a rouge lip colour and a braided updo providing the finishing touches.
Miroslava Duma: The pint-sized fashionista wore a Gucci Resort 2014 liquid-gold lamé jacket with a matching tunic and loose-fitting trousers, with a pair of brown leather Gucci platform sandals which aren’t that visible due to the extraordinary length of her pants.
Joan Smalls: The stunning model, who has fronted many campaigns for the brand, wore a Gucci Spring 2014 black spaghetti-strap plunging wrap dress with the signature bralet style, adding a black Gucci clutch and a pair of Gucci python lamé-and-suede sandals.
Olga Kurylenko: The metallic-blue-and-green embellished neckline is the standout feature of this black silk Gucci Spring 2014 maxi dress, even though Olga was carrying an oversized black Gucci crocodile clutch featuring a stirrup detail and wearing a pair of Gucci green python lamé-and-suede sandals.
Paz Vega: The Spanish actress wore a Gucci Fall 2013 purple silk dress with kimono sleeves and a flared skirt, which you may remember we have already seen on Cate Blanchett. Her frock was styled with a purple satin Gucci ‘Lady Lock’ handbag and a pair of pale-pink suede sandals. Apart from the bag (not too fond of the satin), this is a head-to-toe perfect look.