The event was held on Wednesday, November 6, at the Guggenheim Museum in New York, and included a performance from electronic musician Plastikman. Funds raised from the gala are used for the benefit of the Guggenheim foundation- including research, education, and exhibition.
So, what did we see at the event? To start, a lot of black. In our article on Toronto Fashion Week, we mentioned that neutrals are in this season, and the looks we've been seeing on the red carpet lately have proven that to be true. Dan Stevens and Girls' star Zosia Mamet both wore all black suits. Another trend were pops of color- Zosia's paired her outfit with shockingly bright red heels. We also saw tiered, black dresses with lemon accents on both Elizabeth Olsen and Jessica Biel.
Another trend we noticed was drapery. No, not curtains! Elizabeth Olsen's dress had an assymetrical, flowing hem, while Cobie Smulders and Natalie Portman wore gowns with a more deconstructed, draped look. Meanwhile, Star Trek and American Horror Story star Zachary Quinto kept it casual for the event in a grey blazer with jeans.
It was Abigail Breslin's look that surprised us most! The former-child star proved that she's all grown up! She wore a form-fitting, floor-length navy, blue dress with gold jewelry. Her hair and makeup were serious sassy with an intense bronze and black smokey eye and slightly orange tinted lip. Breslin's hair was styled with a side-part and long, loose waves.
Lookin' good, everybody!