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Macaulay Culkin was among the many celebrities to walk Gucci’s Hollywood Boulevard runway in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
Culkin wore a Hawaiian-print shirt with a colorful bomber jacket, oversized khaki slacks and black clogs with Gucci’s signature horsebit for the 2021 Gucci Love Parade. The look was finished with a white belt with the iconic Gucci buckle. The Home Alone star’s big fashion moment comes just months after he became a dad, welcoming son Dakota with Brenda Song back in April.
Other stars who modeled Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele’s spring-summer 2022 collection on Tuesday included Jared Leto, Jodie Turner-Smith, Phoebe Bridgers and Kodi Smit-McPhee.
According to Vogue, the stars walked the iconic Los Angeles street outside the TCL Chinese Theatre to music by Björk, including tracks like “All is Full of Love” and “Big Time Sensuality.”
Emma McIntyre/Getty Phoebe Bridgers
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After the show, Michele told ELLE, “I think with fashion, you have a duty to give a voice. I see beauty everywhere. It’s something which is organic and natural.”
According to ELLE, Michele was inspired by Hollywood stars and glamour of the past, and, in part, stories of Tinseltown from his mother, a former film production company assistant.
Quoting the show notes, ELLE reported that Michele drew from “the alabaster paleness of Marilyn Monroe …There were the black satin gloves of Rita Hayworth and Veronica Lake’s velvet hair, as well as the bewitching allure of Rock Hudson and Kim Novak’s dizzying transformative power. Everything felt like a fairy tale.”
Matt Baron/Shutterstock Jared Leto
Michele also cited the “timeless magic” of Hollywood.
Leto’s participation in the show comes just ahead of the release of House of Gucci, which follows the story of Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver), the head of the Gucci fashion house, and his ex-wife Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga) and the aftermath of his death after Patrizia hired a hitman to kill him in 1995.
In the movie, Leto portrays fashion designer Paolo Gucci. Of Paolo, Leto recently told Entertainment Weekly, “I immediately saw [Paolo] as a dreamer, the black sheep of his family, someone never really heard.”