Sharon Stone never fails to deliver striking looks at events, and the 2021 Met Gala wasn’t any different. The actress made a memorable entrance at the star-studded event by dropping and dragging her cape.
On Monday, Sharon Stone, 63, proved she still had it by arriving in a stunning look at the 2021 Met Gala. The actress arrived with a Thom Browne black cape that covered what she had on beneath.
The cape featured a touch of white sparkles and glittered as she moved regally. Two women assisted her with her cape as she made her way to the steps at the event.
Upon arrival at the bottom of the steps, Stone stopped to have her assistants help her with removing the cape. When the cape fell off, the cameras went crazy as she revealed a matching dress underneath.
The Emmy Award winner’s gown covered her from head to toe. She accentuated her look with sparkly green earrings, shiny black heels, and a matching small black purse.
At one point, she stopped to chat with co-host KeKe Palmer on the red carpet for the Vogue Livestream. Stone confessed her whole outfit was designed from a dress that Browne’s mother once wore.
The Met Gala wasn’t the only place the actress showed she was a fashion icon. In late August, the “Ratched” star was seen at a photoshoot for a Dolce & Gabbana campaign in Venice.
Once again, Stone was dressed in several sheer black looks. In one image, she gave a different spin to the little black dress while posing inside a restaurant wearing a figure-hugging lace-paneled dress.
Outside the establishment, she sported a different dark dress that featured long, sheer sleeves. She was photographed alongside some male models and also had solo shots in St. Mark’s Square.
Stone also appeared with a pair of pants for the photoshoot. The ageless star revealed some skin by showing off her impeccable abs in a black strappy lace bra with belted pants.
A few days later, the actress was on set again to continue the shoot. She was photographed wearing a long-sleeved black dress with a matching sexy mesh bra and was joined by some male models wearing black tuxedos.
At one point during the photoshoot, some unexpected guests intervened. A flock of pigeons crashed the scene in St. Mark’s Square.
But instead of freaking out and packing up, Stone embraced the chaos. She laid one of her hands on her head and allowed the rest of the flock to swarm around her high-heeled feet.