PHOTOS: Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams and more stars stun at WACO Wearable Art Gala
The third annual WACO Wearable Art Gala went down in Santa Monica on Saturday night and the star-studded event brought out tons of celebs serving up their best Lion King-inspired styles at the “A Journey to the Pride Lands” -themed affair.
Tina Knowles Lawson, Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, and Issa Rae were just a few of the famous faces who attended the lavish event that featured some incredible works of art. Tiffany Haddish was the emcee of the evening and delivered big laughs while guests enjoyed a sit-down dinner and a performance by Maxwell.
Check out a few of our favorite looks of the night:
Queen Bey was a vision on gold thanks to her custom catsuit by Georges Hobeika. The ensemble featured an embellished bodice with the face of a lion and feathers, complimented by a gold cape, gold cuffs on each wrist and strappy sandals.
Tina Knowles Lawson and Richard Lawson
The WACO founders looked like royalty when they hit the carpet in their gorgeous costumes. Ms. Tina wore a fitted, feathered gown while her hubby opted for this beautifully-detailed ensemble.
The Queen Sugar star who sits on the board of WACO was looking lovely in her elaborately-embroidered gown.
The Chi creator was in good spirits when she hit the carpet in brown pants, comfy sneakers, and a tie-dyed top.
The vocalist was serving up plenty of soul and style in her gorgeous gown with a super long train and an incredible crown-like headpiece.
The Insecure actor was looking especially sexy in his printed pants and brown and black suit jacket.
This beauty was showing off all of her curves in this blue, body-hugging dress that featured plenty of lace.
The Little star showed up looking more mature than ever in this radiant, red gown and super delicate heels.
Steve Harvey & Marjorie Harvey
All eyes were on these lovebirds when they hit the carpet in coordinating outfits. Margie’s dress was dripping in fringe while Steve wore white and black pants and a very cool black jacket.
The black-ish star hit the carpet solo looking dapper in a black suit, even if his outfit wasn’t exactly in line with the event’s “Pridelands” theme.
The Get Out star got lots of attention when he showed up in this exquisite, custom-made suit with African embellishments.
Holly Robinson Peete
The actress and philanthropist was looking radiant in her costume that featured a unique print and huge, flowing sashes flowing from her shoulders.
The star of OWN’s upcoming series, Ambitions was looking positively perfect in her mermaid-shaped gown that featured some gorgeous embroidery.
Angela Rye served up one of our favorite looks of the night in a dress that looked like it could have been made of snakeskin and a gorgeous headpiece.
Chloe x Halle
These singers/actresses never disappoint when they step onto a red carpet and the third annual WACO Wearable Art Gala was no exception.
Proving there’s no bad blood over that whole Beyonce-biting fiasco, the comedian held court as the night’s emcee.
The Destiny’s Child member was absolutely stunning in her black gown with a flowing train and a super-high ponytail.
The singer turned plenty of heads in her custom-made ensemble and beautiful designs across her face.