When Gucci sponsors a party, you know it's going to be good.
You know, once you've picked your jaw up off the floor after seeing Beyoncé's acceptance speech video.
"I want people to be conscientious of how female bodies aren't there for us to look at," says costume designer Rachel Dainer-Best.
The actress wore a look from David Koma's Fall 2017 collection to the premiere of her new film, "The Bad Batch."
Apparently, it's not about targeting millennials.
Here, she shares wisdom she learned by climbing the industry ranks to build a client list that includes today's most promising up-and-coming talents, as well as bona fide icons like Katy Perry and Britney Spears.
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Plus, Megan Fox is now a co-owner of a major lingerie company.
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What, like you haven't had that problem?!
Kylie Jenner, Kiernan Shipka, Bella Hadid and more stayed away from (some) festival fashion tropes.
FLOTUS can do no wrong.
Jourdan Dunn, Karlie Kloss, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Lottie Moss also turned out for the very stylish event.
One word: Amal.
From Amal Clooney to Lily James, a dramatic femininity pervaded the red carpets.
And Suki Waterhouse was the de facto Prom Queen.
Brie Larson, Zendaya and Kristen Stewart went with cool, easy pieces in the week leading up to the big night.
The 16-year-old is the Waterhouse family's latest pretty face to watch.
Get ready for the modeling world's next big sister act.
Both the front rows and the red carpet had some fun in the styling department.
With a little help from Ellen von Unwerth.