Unfortunately, the priest didn't upload a picture, but he did include some other snaps from the Met Gala, which he attended with other clergy members, including His Eminence Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the Archbishop of NY. The dramatic look was topped off with a structured, embossed leather jacket, emblazoned with a gold cross. The Grammy-winning artist arrived dripping in pearls and crystals in a Maison Margiela Artisanal minidress and ornate robe. The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star kept it simple in a white angel-inspired, off-the-shoulder look from Off-White, and wide-legged slacks with fabric streaming from the hems. The intricate headpiece was a Neapolitan nativity altar made to scale by the Italian design house. Ever the fashion maven, the mother of three rocked a sleek high ponytail and a chain-like golden Versace dress, pulling out all the stops with a deeply smoky eye.
The "Umbrella" singer had changed out of her showstopping ensemble from the Metropolitan Museum benefit into "a silver two-piece pajama-looking pantsuit", a spy said, with "gray glasses and cross chains". Art history references abounded, from the subtle-Kate Bosworth's soft veil and pastel look that resembled a Boticelli Virgin Mary-to the specific, such as Ariana Grande's Vera Wang gown printed with Michelangelo's Sistine Chapel fresco of the Last Judgment. Waithe, who is an out lesbian, donned a black suit with a flowing rainbow cape designed by Wes Gordon. The hat was created by Stephen Jones millinery.
"I'm very religious about anything that makes the world a more lovely place", Jacobs said. Clooney, the global human rights lawyer and this month's Vogue cover star, wore the pants as she arrived on the arm of her movie star husband George, dressed in blue cigarette trousers with a strapless bustier and voluminous skirt by up-and-coming Briton, Richard Quinn.
Lions Club Peace Officers Luncheon and Memorial Service
Officers from across the nation participate in the event annually to raise awareness for officers killed in the line of duty. This year, the team broke a record and raised almost $16,000 for organizations supporting families of fallen officers.
The show has since made stars of her entire family, and E! extended the KUWTK show for another five years for a reported $150 million in October.
Condé Nast denied reports that Wintour would leave her post as Vogue's editor-in-chief.
To the celebrities who attended the event, Morgan said they "need to ask themselves one question: 'Would I have gone dressed as a Muslim or a Jew if I were not Muslim or Jewish?'"