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On Saturday, Dakota Johnson walked the red carpet for the tenth annual LACMA Art+Film Gala in Los Angeles. She paired a plunging, semi-transparent silver crop top with a pair of wide-legged Gucci satin pants in a pale, seashell pink. The metallic top was accentuated at the center with a faux belt buckle, meeting the top of the high waisted pants.
The Fifty Shades Of Grey star left her hair hanging loose and kept it simple with accessories, letting her décolletage speak for itself without any distracting jewelry. Her make up included a slight smokey eye and a deep rose lipstick in matte.
The event raises money for LACMA and is used to honor special contributors to film and the arts. This year’s honorees were director Steven Spielberg, and artists Amy Sherald and Kehinde Wiley, whose portraits of Michelle and Barack Obama are on tour at a LACMA exhibit, which opened the same night as the gala.
Johnson was recently profiled by The Hollywood Reporter, promoting a slew of new projects, including four films produced during COVID’s 2020 lockdown. Johnson opened up a little bit about what it was like growing up as Hollywood royalty; her parents are Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson and she’s the granddaughter of Tippi Hedren. Johnson moved around quite a lot because of everyone’s hectic production schedules.
“Maybe it was destabilizing, but I never looked at it that way,” she said. “I was raised by lots of people, my mom and my dad and then stepparents and nannies and tutors and friends and teachers and then friends’ parents and boyfriends’ parents. I wanted to learn from everybody. And I still am like that. I’m grateful to my parents and my crazy life because the only reason I am the way I am is because of how I grew up.
“And that came with seeing some gnarly things as a kid, having to deal with adult content at a young age and also having a public life at times. But then also on the lighter side of that, things that were really beautiful and privileged and educational and the travel and the art and the artists. It was both: It was dark, dark, dark, dark, and it was light, light, bright lights.”
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