Here is a roundup from the 2021 Museum Of Modern Art Film Benefit honouring Penelope Cruz, which was held at The Museum of Modern Art on Tuesday (December 14) in New York City.
Riley Keough wore a Chanel Spring 2022 Act 1 pink and black look embroidered with sequins which was perhaps one of my favourite of the Chanel total looks.
Yes, there’s a strong PJ vibe, but like me, Riley has a penchant for things that sparkle.
Rosalía hasn’t had the best year style wise. That Valentino Haute Couture look will haunt me forever.
So I’m glad she kept things low-key, simple and classic in this black and white Chanel look.
Rebecca Hall’s stylist needs a pay raise.
I don’t even want to call it a glow up, as she always had great style. Remember her Venice Film Festival run?
So would an elevation be more apt? Or is that the same thing?
Anyway the director made light work of this Chanel Fall 2021 black, blue and gold fantasy tweed suit which was made ultra feminine and sexy with a lace bodysuit.
Marion Cotillard wore this same look back in October, and the result wasn’t as impressive as this.
Chanel accessories completed Rebecca’s look.
Lately I feel like I have been saying the same thing about Pom Klementieff.
I need more from her.
She’s been coasting for quite some time which really isn’t her style. Or maybe it is now.
The actress wore a Chanel Resort 2022 black velvet dress which I wish she elevated with some stand out accessories. I think that was the job of her purple eye makeup, but it fell flat for me.
Demi Singleton wore this same look last month and the look was more playful.
Leslie Mann wore a very elegant Chanel Fall 2021 look for the occasion.
And when it comes to Kristen Wiig the accessories were the standout.
But comparing this to her most recent looks, this was a win for Kristen.
Credit: Courtesy of Chanel