What the Stars Wore to George and Amal Clooney’s Gala
Hollywood took over the New York Public Library. The Clooney Foundation for Justice, a nonprofit founded by George and Amal Clooney, honored human rights activists and journalists at its inaugural gala on Sept. 29, though the spotlight was on the big stars who walked the marble steps in sparkly gowns and black tie. Supporters included Dua Lipa, Julia Roberts, Meryl Streep, Gemma Chan and Aloe Blacc.
Movie stars also came out for the opening of the 60th New York Film Festival on Sept. 30. The premiere of Noah Baumbach’s “White Noise” at Alice Tully Hall was followed by a party at Tavern on the Green, where some wore outfits inspired by the film’s 1980s setting. And Carnegie Hall opened its new season on Sept. 29 with a gala featuring the Philadelphia Orchestra.
“Peace, like war, must be waged. It doesn’t just happen.” — Amal Clooney at the Clooney Foundation gala
‘I was going for a bit of 70s, but updated. And the comfort of this velvet was unbeatable!’— Pierre Tourville at Carnegie Hall
“I am incredibly proud to have designed this Atelier Versace dress for my dear friend Amal Clooney to wear at the Albie Awards.” — Donatella Versace at the Clooney Foundation gala
The Most Dressed features great outfits from up, down and all around town.