Dakota Johnson, queen of green kitchens and limes, has once again come to save us from fashion peril with her Met Gala 2022 bodysuit.
The glittery look is courtesy of Gucci and perfectly matches Johnson’s smoky eye (it will never be over!). Her hairstylist Mark Townsend posted a cheeky behind-the-scenes look at the star’s getting-ready process, revealing the products he used to perfect her glossy mane: “One last spray of @renefurtererusa Laque Finishing Spray on @dakotajohnson before hitting the carpet for #metgala and #MarksEyeView 🖤 makeup @georgieeisdell styling @kateyoung #TheCultOfHair #dakotajohnson @gucci.” Truly obsessed with her dark nails and her wink.
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Her makeup artist credited Pat McGrath products, FYI.
Below, see photos of the 32-year-old actor’s Met Gala 2022 look, featuring a dramatic coat reveal. (Perhaps she realized it blends just a little too well with the carpet, as much as we appreciate the Coolest Professor at Hogwarts vibes).
But this isn’t just any lace jumpsuit with tassels and gems. It’s also sheer. Yes, sheer, like Maude Apatow’s sheer dress, like Phoebe Dynevor’s sheer dress. Only out-of-touch fuddy-duddies wear opaque materials! What, you don’t want people to be able to kinda-sorta make out the outline of your underwear? Please. Go sheer or go home.
The Fifty Shades of Grey actor has a track record of donning Gucci on the red carpet—having previously worn an elaborate bleeding heart dress at the 2019 camp-themed Met Gala. To the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party earlier this year, Dakota Johnson wore another Gucci creation—this time a flowing, feather-trimmed blush gown from the Italian label’s Hollywood-inspired Gucci Love Parade collection.
In addition to her sartorial prowess, she’s got a bunch of great projects coming up. The Persuasion actor is set to star alongside Henry Golding, Cosmo Jarvis, and Nikki Amuka-Bird in the upcoming Netflix adaption of Jane Austen’s final novel, hitting the streaming platform later this summer. She’s also signed on to Sony’s Madame Web, based on a hero from the Spider-Man universe.