Harvey Weinstein’s ex Georgina Chapman stuns in silver as she clings to boyfriend Adrien Brody’s arm at the Met Gala
The Marchesa designer, 45, dazzled in a beaded grey gown with tons of dreamy tulle as she clung to the arm of her dapper actor beau, 48.
The timeless frock – which she designed herself – was perfectly fit for the evening’s theme: In America: A Lexicon Of Fashion.
On the town: Georgina Chapman and Adrien Brody were quite the chic couple during Monday night’s Met Gala in New York
Georgina, who was married to disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein from 2007 until things were finalized earlier this year, complemented her look with smoky eyeshadow and shiny, golden locks.
Meanwhile, Adrien seemed happy to be at her side, looking sharp in his tux.
The Met Gala is finally back after being cancelled in 2020 amid the pandemic, and then suffering a double-delay upon being pushed back from its traditional slot on the first Sunday in May to this September.
The event features a heavy-hitting contingent of celebrity co-chairs: actor Timothée Chalamet, musician Billie Eilish, poet Amanda Gorman and tennis star Naomi Osaka.
Stunning in silver: The Marchesa designer, 45, dazzled in a beaded grey gown with tons of dreamy tulle
Happy: She clung to the arm of her dapper actor beau, 48
Honorary chairs for the evening will be designer Tom Ford, sponsor Instagram’s Adam Mosseri, and Vogue’s Anna Wintour
The must-have accessory for all at this year’s gala is a Covid-19 vaccine.
‘Currently, all attendees at The Met Gala on September 13 must provide proof of full vaccination and will also be expected to wear masks indoors except when eating or drinking,’ a spokesperson for The Met said last month.
This year’s gala will be a more intimate affair, to be followed by a larger one on May 2, 2022.
Sharp dresser: Adrien looked sharp in his tux
Both will launch a two-part exhibition, a survey of American fashion to be on view for almost a year.
In America: A Lexicon of Fashion, opening September 18, will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the museum’s Costume Institute and ‘explore a modern vocabulary of American fashion,’ the spokesperson added.
Part two, In America: An Anthology of Fashion, will open in the museum’s popular American Wing period rooms on May 5, 2022.
It will explore American fashion, with collaborations with film directors, by ‘presenting narratives that relate to the complex and layered histories of those spaces.’ Both parts will close on September 5, 2022.