Julia Roberts Wears Custom Gown Covered in George Clooney’s Face


Julia Roberts paid a hilarious tribute to her longtime friend, George Clooney, at the Kennedy Centre Honours in Washington D.C. on December 4th.

She arrived at the gala wearing a custom-made black gown entirely covered in photos of her “Ticket to Paradise” co-star, whose humanitarian efforts were being celebrated during the ceremony.

The dress was designed by Moschino’s creative director, Jeremy Scott, and featured a scooped neckline and full skirt that skimmed the floor.

The gown was adorned with pictures of Clooney throughout his decades-long career, including old professional headshots, magazine spreads, red carpet moments, and even several screen grabs from his “ER” days.

Each snapshot was surrounded by a decorative gold frame, as a nod to Moschino’s signature design aesthetic. The dress was a tongue-in-cheek way of showing her support and admiration for her dear friend.

Roberts paired her statement-making dress with a black cropped tuxedo jacket, also designed by Scott. She finished the look with metallic platform sandals, Chopard hoop earrings, and a gold chrome manicure.

Her stylist Elizabeth Stewart played a key role in pulling the entire look together.

The Kennedy Centre Honours was attended by many stylish attendees, but Roberts’s dress stood out as the most unique.

Amal Clooney dazzled in two different Valentino dresses throughout the evening: first, a red gown with a built-in train for the pre-dinner and later, an off-the-shoulder number covered in silver sequins for the actual gala.

Kamala Harris showed off her edgy side in a black peplum Vera Wang gown styled with elbow-length leather gloves, a crystal belt, and pointed-toe pumps.

Jill Biden sparkled in a sequin floral Monique Lhuillier dress.

Robert’s tribute to George Clooney was a creative and humorous way to show her support for her friend.

The dress was a unique and memorable way to pay homage to the actor and humanitarian’s career, and it stood out among the other stylish attendees at the Kennedy Centre Honours.

It’s always refreshing to see celebrities using their platform to show love and support for their friends and colleagues in such a lighthearted and creative way.

What do you think about the design?

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