Ciara surprised in a white Mônot costume that left little to the creativeness at ‘ELLE’s Women in Hollywood celebration.
Ciara understood the project at ELLE’s Women in Hollywood celebration. For the journal’s annual soirée to rejoice a few of the most influential ladies in Hollywood in Los Angeles on Tuesday, Oct. 19, the singer, 35, arrived in an ensemble that calls for consideration: a white Mônot robe with a thigh-high slit and billowing cape.
The “Level Up” singer paired the glamorous look with jewels on her wrists and fingers, accessorizing with white strappy heels. The elegant costume, which leaves little to the creativeness, is from Mônot’s Spring/Summer 2022 collection, one the place cutouts and asymmetrical shapes are a recurrent theme in designer Eli Mizrahi’s creations.
Following final 12 months’s cancellation as a result of ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, ELLE‘s Women in Hollywood returned at the Dolby Family Terrace at the new Academy Museum on Tuesday evening, where stars and honorees dressed to impress. This year’s occasion honored Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry, Jodie Comer, Gemma Chan, Jennifer Hudson, Rita Moreno, Lauren Ridloff, Gal Gadot, and Salma Hayek.
Hailey Baldwin, Eva Longoria, MJ Rodriguez, Jurnee Smollett, and Kerry Washington had been just some of the star-studded attendees who joined Ciara on the occasion. During the night, nevertheless, just a few honorees had been notably lacking. Eternals co-stars Angelina, Gemma, Salma, and Lauren missed the occasion after they were exposed to COVID-19, ELLE shared on Tuesday.
The 4 ladies had been slated to make honoree speeches. ELLE editor-in-chief Nina Garcia shared the information throughout opening remarks on the occasion. “I am so deeply grateful to be with you tonight in person,” she stated. “However, the reality of the world we are now living in requires new rules. As you may have heard, the cast of Eternals, who we are honoring here tonight, was just exposed [to COVID], and to keep everyone safe those superheroes are now in super-isolation. Sorry, but that is the new reality.”
The information comes a day after the celebs attended the Eternals premiere in Los Angeles on October 18. Disney issued an announcement to the journal that learn, “Earlier today we were made aware of a possible exposure to COVID-19, and while all of our talent have tested negative, out of an abundance of caution, we are pivoting to virtual appearances rather than in-person events.”