Olivia Rodrigo looked so grown-up when she stepped out at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, which opened the gala in a black dress with a high slit.
Olivia rodrigo is a total fashionista! The 18-year-old Disney star has already proven she can sing, dance and shop, now it looks like she is adding ‘fashion girl’ to the growing resume. After stepping out in a host of beautiful looks at The Met Gala and Video Music Awards last week, she brought out a sleek display as she walked the red carpet at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures opening gala on September 25th. Olivia opted for a strapless black dress that had a deep neckline and a high slit.
She also got accessories with black pumps and pulled her raven lures back in a low bun, with a few loose threads framing her face. “Tops 4 U” chart tops added a red lip hue, which totally enhanced the elegant look as she walked on the carpet at the museum’s opening. Other stars who attended the high-profile gala included Brad Pitt, Lady Gaga, Nicole Kidman, Regina King, Laura Dern, Anna Kendrick, Kate Hudson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Cher, and Queen Latifah.
While the A-lists got a look at what is shown inside, members of the public can visit from 30 September. As fans would know, the outing comes a few weeks after Olivia wore another black outfit at the Met Galla. The “Driving License” star made his first appearance ever at the event in 2021 and killed in a pure lace cat suit designed by Saint Laurent. It featured fourth details around her shoulders and she pulled her hair back into a slender pony while adding dangling silver earrings to the fashion’s biggest night.
It was a busy week for the pop star, who also had a huge night at the VMAs. In addition to performing her hit song “good 4 u”, Olivia walked away as the winner of several awards, including Best New Artist. She said last year has been the “most magical year of my life.”
During an acceptance speech, she shouted at “all the other girls writing songs on their bedroom floor. There are many people who will try to dim your light, but talking your mind and sharing your heart are the most beautiful things in the world. “We can not wait to see what she does next!
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