Have you ever had such a great friendship with someone that you get commissioned a gown with their face all over it? Or is that just a Julia Roberts thing?
At the 45th Annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, DC, over the weekend, the Oscar-winning actor wore a gown plastered with pictures of BFF George Clooney’s face. Clooney was one of the honorees at the event, so this kind of makes sense, I guess.
The gown – a fitted number with a full skirt with a small train – is a custom Moschino creation from creative director Jeremy Scott. The print features various images of Clooney over the years, both from his early career, his ER days, and more recently – you might even recognise some of the photos, which are framed in gold.
Roberts styled Clooney’s face dress with a black cropped jacket, and she wore her hair down with a middle part. She wore minimal makeup, instead letting the Clooneys on the gown do the heavy lifting.
Here it is, in all its weird glory, via stylist Elizabeth Stewart’s Instagram:
Julia Roberts, 55, attended the event with her husband Daniel Moder, while Clooney arrived on the arm of his wife, Amal Clooney. George was honoured alongside Gladys Knight, U2, Amy Grant, and Tania León for his contributions to American culture.
Roberts and Clooney have starred in several films together, including Ocean’s Eleven and this year’s Ticket to Paradise. Now I just want to know: When is Roberts wearing a dress covered in the face of her Notting Hill costar Hugh Grant?
A version of this article first appeared on Glamour.com.