Olivia Rodrigo flaunts cleavage in strapless YSL black gown in LA

Olivia Rodrigo matched her dress with a pair of black open-toe heels that strapped around her ankles


                            Olivia Rodrigo flaunts cleavage in strapless YSL black gown in LA
Olivia Rodrigo attends The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Opening Gala in Los Angeles, California (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

American singer-songwriter and actress Olivia Rodrigo showed off a stunning look on Saturday, September 25, when she walked the red carpet at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures opening Gala in Los Angeles.

The 18-year-old ‘Good 4 U’ hitmaker bared her shoulders in the sleek dress that was fitted with pockets and featured a high slit. The pop star matched her dress with a pair of black open-toe heels that strapped around her ankles. She also tied her dark hair back in a bun with wavy strands falling on her face. 

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Olivia Rodrigo attends The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Opening Gala at The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles, California (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures will open on Thursday, September 30, in Los Angeles. The gala featured a host of celebrities. The $484-million campus is located near the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

The evening reportedly included toasts by Tom Hanks, Bob Iger, Annette Benning, Ava DuVernay, Nicole Kidman and Ted Sarandos. Admission — seats reportedly sold for upwards of $50,000 — raised money for the museum’s access, education and programming initiatives and honored Ethiopian filmmaker Haile Gerima and Italian supernova Sophia Loren, with help from co-chairs DuVernay, Jason Blum and Ryan Murphy.

Olivia Rodrigo attends The Academy Museum Of Motion Pictures Opening Gala at Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on September 25, 2021 in Los Angeles, California (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

The host committee included Spike Lee, Brian Lourd, Ralph Lauren, Barry Diller, Diane Von Furstenberg and Vanity Fair’s Radhika Jones, as well as the museum’s director Bill Kramer, and its Chief Artistic and Programming officer, Jacqueline Stewart.

Also present at the event were John Waters, Angela Bassett, Warren Beatty, Guillermo del Toro, Denis Villeneuve, Youn Yuh-jung, Halle Berry, Nicole Avant, JJ Abrams, Benedict Cumberbatch and Katy Perry. Lady Gaga reportedly closed the night with an hour-long set.

The 18-year-old wore a cleavage-revealing outfit from YSL Fall 2020 collection featuring a sexy neckline and knee-high slit. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

Rodrigo’s fashion, a Vogue feature notes, has blossomed into something that “pays a heartfelt tribute to Y2K style, from novelty tees to sequin-spangled crop tops to platform heels and everything in between.” At the 2021 Met gala, however, Rodrigo surprised fans by steering away from her usual style repertoire. She wore a high glamour, black lace catsuit by Saint Laurent with a flamboyant feathered neckline. “I think it’s really fun that I’m not wearing a dress to my first Met,” said Rodrigo. “I just think it looks so rock ‘n’ roll and yet so sophisticated.”

Rodrigo’s choice of what to wear to the Met reportedly began and ended with her admiration for Anthony Vaccarello as a designer. “I’m just a big fan of [Vaccarello at] Saint Laurent,” she told Vogue. “Their clothes are so punk rock and yet feminine, and that’s something I always try to achieve in my fashion sense and my style in everyday life. I always think they’re pushing boundaries and doing really cool things, so I feel really lucky to get to wear them to my first Met.” 

She also said, “I never wear long nails because you can’t play guitar with acrylic nails very well, but when I do I feel so fancy. I think after tonight I’m going to need a hamburger and fries.”

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