The Met Gala event last night was filled with celebrities donning Catholic-inspired outfits that garnered widespread attention.
Amid the fashion frenzy, one of the most intriguing and thought-provoking looks of the evening came from Scarlett Johansson.
Walking down the red carpet with her partner, Colin Jost, Johansson made a striking appearance in a captivating two-toned burgundy ombre gown created by the renowned fashion label Marchesa.
What adds an exciting twist to this attire is that Marchesa is co-owned by Georgina Chapman, the former spouse of the infamous Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein.
What makes this fashion choice even more intriguing is Scarlett Johansson’s history. She is well-known for her role in the movie “Vicky Cristina Barcelona,” produced by Harvey Weinstein.
In recent times, Johansson has been an outspoken advocate of the MeToo and Time’s Up movements, openly supporting efforts to combat harassment and inequality in the entertainment industry.
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