Gal Gadot put on a fashionable display in red Valentino when she promoted her new movie Wonder Woman 1984 for its premiere in China. Though many were disappointed that Gal couldn’t hold traditional red-carpet events, she still looked amazing for her virtual premiere.
Gal Gadot’s celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart styled Gal and shared the following caption.
In the Brave New World of virtual premieres, #TeamGal was up at 5am today so @gal_gadot could be on the “red carpet” at 7am PST live in four cities in China! In @maisonvalentino and @tiffanyandco with amazing glam by @marktownsend1 and @sabrinabmakeup , swipe to see the happy team, just missing @jordan_grossman and @katystrut (on photo duty!) #WW84 #galgadot
Gal Gadot wore Valentino‘s Draped Silk Cape Gown that retails for approximately $14,000. The gorgeous red garment is part of Valentino’s Spring Summer 2021 collection and is made from 100 percent silk.
The dress features a round neckline, a draped silhouette, and a flounced hemline. You may see a photo of the Draped Silk Cape Gown below.
Gal Gadot looked wonderful wearing the gown and matched the vivid hue with bright red lipstick. Her eye makeup was natural and Gal showed off her striking beauty. She wore leaf-shaped, diamond ear cuffs from Tiffany’s and parted her dark tresses in an off-center part.
Gal posed for another shot where she let the long, silk cape drape over her hands as it flowed in billowy layers. The look was superb and fans flocked to social media platforms to praise Gal Gadot and her beauty team for her red-carpet look.
You may see a full-length photo of Gal Gadot wearing the Valentino Draped Silk Cape Gown below.
Are you looking forward to seeing Wonder Woman 1984? The movie will be available in movie theaters as well as HBO Max. What do you think about Gal’s Valentino dress? Do you like the outfit on her?
Charisse Van Horn is a freelance writer from Tampa Bay. She enjoys writing about celebrities, entertainment, and fashion. Any reproduction of this article outside of Celebrity Insider will be met with legal action by the writer.