Art, in and of itself, can be stunning and breathtaking. However, when you couple art with fashion and add some of the top members of #younghollywood, you are in store for the perfect recipe of beauty.
Recently, Marsai Martin, Chloe X Halle, JD McCrary and more attended the WACO Theater Center’s 3rd Annual Wearable Art Gala at the Barker Hanger at The Barker Hangar at Santa Monica Airport in Santa Monica, California and their ensembles definitely did not disappoint!
Martin started off the night at another red carpet event where she spoke at the 18th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball in Brentwood, CA. And of course, the super talented 14-year-old had to make sure that her outfits and accessories were all on point for both events.
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My Saturday. 3 different events. 3 different vibes. @blackishabc x @televisionacad #chrysalisbutterflyball @wacotheater x #wearableartgala2019 Styled by: @jasonrembert Braids by: @t2dawy Makeup by: @shannonpezzetta ♥️♥️ Huge Thank yous to #MsDonnaLangley and @mstinalawson for the invitations. I am so grateful to everyone that helped me manage my day in a way that was smooth and as chill as possible.♥️♥️
Sisters Chloe X Halle lived up to their titles as generation Z fashionistas as they walked the red carpet at the artful event.
With complete opposite but complimentary ensembles, the sister’s sported a “mufasa x scar” theme. Chloe in champagne and feathers while Halle donned black and feathers, both sisters gave a subtle nod to the upcoming live-action Lion King. And of course, JD McCrary was not far behind, giving a fashionable shout-out to his upcoming movie as well.
The even was founded by co-artistic directors Tina and Richard Lawson to celebrate art and raise funds for the non-profit gallery, the WACO Theater Center. In actuality, all gala attendees were encouraged to wear their own wearable art inspired by African tradition as a nod to the upcoming Walt Disney feature. The Lion King will open July 19th in theaters world-wide. The Lion King is directed by Jon Favreau and will star Donald Glover, Beyonce, James Earl Jones, Alfre Woodard, Chiwetel Ejiofor, among others.