However, Mrs Clooney has found herself on the wrong side of Tom Ford’s fashion team over her choice of outfit at the Met Gala earlier this month.
The Ford fashion house had been working for weeks to see Mrs Clooney, wife of actor George, wearing their creation at the Gala in line with the event’s theme, Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination. They had designed a long floor-skimming evening dress in sparkling red crimson which was supposed to look like a mosaic of a stained glass window.
But in a last minute change, the modern-day style icon decided to appear with a a metallic bustier, Audrey Hepburn-style cigarette trousers and a billowing floral train. The outfit was designed by Richard Quinn, a British designer whose botanical prints had even won over royalty: The Queen appeared in the front row of his London fashion week in February this year.
Ford’s fashion designers were notified of the change by Mrs Clooney. They were reportedly not pleased, but accepted her choice to go with another designer. But the team also said that they would prefer Mrs Clooney not to wear the dress at all, so that another star could have shown it at another glamorous event.