Dakota Johnson: I know sheer yokes aren’t favoured by most, but this Gucci look could’ve translated as too heavy and gothic-like for Dakota without it.
Salma Hayek: Seeing Salma in this Gucci gold gown, it’s feels like it would’ve been perfect for the ’80s soap Dynasty. The jewel play their part too.
Olivia Hamilton: This J. Mendel Spring 2019 pink gown was so pretty and oozing with ethereal charm.
Kim Kardashian: The reality star opted for a vintage Gucci Fall 2002 by Tom Ford. She even worked in the crucifix that accompanied the look on the runway. This bias-cut dress is something she does a lot, so there are no surprises here.
Andra Day: The singer was looking very festive in her Zac Posen gown, thanks to her additional styling of red and green jewels.
Billie Lourd: Her Gucci dress may have a sweet nature, but her attitude feels quite rebellious for a confusing mix.
Hari Nef: The actress was back to wearing Gucci after a spell opting for Simone Rocha. While I’m not crazy about the silhouette, I do love the drama of the ruffled bodice and twinkling embellishments.
Kourtney Kardashian: Like her sister, the reality star kept things simple in vintage Gucci.
Liberty Ross: For a second I thought this dress was by The Vampire’s Wife, but Liberty is actually wearing Gucci.
Miranda Kerr: The model wore a season perfect Gucci Fall 2018 dress which was tailored to a body conscious fit, unlike the loose fit we saw on the runway.
Lana Del Rey: Am I alone in believing that this Gucci gown feels like it would’ve been perfect for Madonna?
Paris Jackson: I’m surprised that Paris Jackson didn’t opt for something that suited her boho style. And I’m also surprised that she opted to wear this Gucci Spring 2018 gown with sneakers.