Katy Perry looked very Old Hollywood glamorous last night, showing off some major cleaving in a plunging black Moschino gown.
Celebrating the red carpet premiere of her close friend Jeremy Scott‘s documentary, Jeremy Scott: The People’sDesigner, at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles, Perry was honored alongside the Moschino designer in a handprint ceremony for the concrete outside the theatre.
Her gorgeous low-cut dress, with its high thigh-slit, showed off all of Perry’s curves. Meanwhile, Perry narrowly avoided a wardrobe malfunction as she left her handprints.
STILL CAN’T BELIVE THIS HAPPENED TONIGHT !!! TO BE THE ONLY DESIGNER IN HISTORY TO LEAVE THEIR HAND… https://t.co/8YfcrKH9Hr
— JEREMY SCOTT (@ITSJEREMYSCOTT) September 9, 2015
The “Firework” singer is one of Scott’s most notorious muses. Perry and Scott attended the Met Gala together (along with Madonna, also wearing Moschino), and Scott designed Perry’s costumes for her Super Bowl XLIX Half Time show performance. Back in June, Perry was named the face of Moschino.
Scott told Us Weekly, “Katy is the arc of the film. When you see it, you’ll understand. There’s these iconic moments that everyone knows — like her on the field for the Super Bowl and us at the Met Gala on the stairs. And me kissing her hand. But then you have us in the car and me nervous, and her making me laugh and putting me at ease.”
On her dress, Perry told Us, “We’re matching! We’re twinning. I think that’s the word on the streets these days, and Jeremy’s just always is so kind to let me borrow things. I turn into a pumpkin at midnight though.”
Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer is a documentary directed by Vlad Yudin, and details his life and rise in the fashion industry. Scott, who became Moschino’s Creative Director in October 2013, has long been a beloved designer by the celebrities. His documentary will feature appearances by Perry in addition to Rita Ora, Lady Gaga, CL of K-pop group 2NE1, Jared Leto, Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, Devon Aoki, Kelly Osbourne, Paris Hilton and Nicky Hilton, and more.