Celebrity actress and singer Vanessa Hudgens made a fashion statement at the LuisaViaRoma for UNICEF charity gala. On Saturday, the actress wore a custom Michael Kors gown to a charity gala in Capri, Italy. Hudgens wore a strapless gold minidress embellished with sequins and a matching cape. She accessorized with gold sandals and a diamond choker. Jason Bolden, Hudgens’ stylist, created the look.
The actress went braless in the minidress. The fashion house proudly displayed her in a strapless and gleaming two-piece mini dress with a train attached to the back. The UNICEF Gala was held in Capri, Italy, which inspired Michael Kors to give Hudgens the nickname “Capri Queen.”
Hudgens was one of several celebrities who attended the LuisaViaRoma for UNICEF charity gala. She was surrounded by celebrities such as Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jared Leto, Spike Lee, Ansel Elgort, Ed Westwick, and many more. Jennifer Lopez also appeared at the charity event, making her first appearance since marrying Ben Affleck last month.
The talented star always looks great when she attends major events, especially when she wears Michael Kors. Vanessa also wore Michael Kors to the Academy Awards in March. When she posts on Instagram, Hudgens always gives credit to her designer and team. She appears to stick with the same crew the majority of the time.
Vanessa knows who to call when it comes to fashion because she was snatched and stunning for the Unicef Gala. The caption of this photo had a lot going on, and just like Vanessa’s dress, it had a lot of sparkling names tagged on it. This event attracts celebrities from all over the world, including big names like Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Lopez, and Vanessa Hudgens. LUISAVIAROMA is an Italian luxury retailer based in Florence. For the past six years, they have held a Gala to raise funds for UNICEF.
In addition to the celebrity, Danny Glover, David Beckham, Serena Williams, BTS, Millie Bobby Brown, and Rita Ora are among the organization’s celebrity supporters and ambassadors who their platforms to raise awareness about the lack of funding and assistance. The sixth edition of the event, hosted by LUISAVIAROMA in Capri, Italy, raised nearly $6 million for UNICEF.