The Stars Choose Chanel To Shine At MoMa Film Benefit
The Museum, honored the spanish filmamker Pedro Almodovar with a glamorous dinner
The Museum of Modern Art held its fourth annual Film Benefit on Nov. 15, to honor the famous spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar.
A parade of the powerful, talented and glamorous posed on the red carpet in the museum’s lobby, many of them wearing fantastic creations of Chanel.
Karl Lagerfeld join the crowd and enjoyed the company of two of his best friends, Sarah Jessica Parker and Anna Wintour, who chose models of the Maison in navy blue.
Our favorite gossip girl, Blake Lively also dressed up with an original gown of the french brand and seat next to Mr. Lagerfeld.
The dinner was a spectacular affair: the second floor was transformed into a red-velvet dining hall. Actors, art stars and the fashion elite were spotted in every direction, among them, Emma Stone who wore a dreamy dress in black and white, the emblematic colors of Chanel.
Photos: courtesy of Chanel