Model Kaia Gerber looked equal parts cute and classy for her first red carpet of 2022.
On January 19, the star stepped out to host the L.A. Art Show Opening Night premiere party, which benefitted St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. The charitable event, which is in its eighth year, donates 15 percent of ticket proceeds to the organization.
See her sequined outfit below!
For her big night, she wore a black sequined dress by Celine that featured gold buttons and a white collar and cuffs. She also wore a pair of black ankle-strap heels, while the big waves in her hair added to her old school Hollywood vibe.
The shindig is open through January 23, with opening night being attended by Evan Ross, Janice Dickinson, Josh Henderson and more celebs.
The young star was chosen as the host because of her "passion for fostering community, whether it be her social media-based book club or lending her platform to others for the sake of education."
When it comes to fashion inspiration, "I get most of it from films, particularly French films," the Marc Jacobs campaign star told Fashion Week Daily. "And different Instagram accounts that post stills from films!"
The American Horror Stories alum explained that her style changes depending on the occasion. "I love tights. Tights and a dress and boots is alway a classic and chic look, so if I’m going to a holiday party, that’s my go to," she shared. "I also love coats, and because I live in California, it’s very rare that I get to wear one, so I’ll take any excuse to put on a nice trench!
The actress plans on embracing new makeup looks for 2022.
"I’ve always loved YSL Beauty — Touche Èclat has always been my favorite product. And I knew Tom Pecheux [YSL Beauty’s global beauty director] from long before too, so to be able to grow our relationship has been a really wonderful thing. I’m inspired by the French cool girl look— Jane Birkin, Françoise Hardy — so I always try to channel that and YSL Beauty goes parallel with that."
Gerber, who's known for her full brows, has picked up a few beauty tricks over the years.
"Tom does really wonderful face massages before, and sometimes after, the makeup to help it settle in. He likes the makeup to look a little more worn — it takes away from the perfectionism," she spilled. "That’s something I’ve taken away from him."