Fans may recognize the red velvet suit Gwyneth Paltrow wore to attend Gucci’s Love Parade show on Tuesday night.

The lifestyle guru donned a new version of the suit she famously wore to the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards that was originally designed by Tom Ford. It’s been remade by Alessandro Michele for the spring 2022 collection, Vogue stated.

Just like her 1996 look, Paltrow wore her hair in a chic up ‘do and teamed the suit with a pale blue Oxford shirt. She accessorized her look with a Rahaminov Diamonds Yellow Gold Five Carat Solitaire Necklace.

Gwyneth Paltrow at the 1996 VMAs. Photo by Kevin Mazur Archive/WireImage/Getty
Gwyneth Paltrow at the 1996 VMAs. Photo by Kevin Mazur Archive/WireImage/Getty
Gwyneth Paltrow at Gucci’s Love Parade show. Photo: Matt Baron/Shutterstock
Gwyneth Paltrow at Gucci’s Love Parade show. Photo: Matt Baron/Shutterstock

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Gucci ambassador Dakota Johnson was also on the star-studded guest list for Tuesday’s Hollywood Boulevard event.

The actress dressed to impress in a feathered black dress featuring diamante straps across the chest.

Dakota Johnson at Gucci’s Love Parade show. Photo: PeBu/BACKGRID
Dakota Johnson at Gucci’s Love Parade show. Photo: PeBu/BACKGRID
Dakota Johnson and Billie Eilish at Gucci’s Love Parade show. Photo: Matt Baron/Shutterstock
Dakota Johnson and Billie Eilish at Gucci’s Love Parade show. Photo: Matt Baron/Shutterstock

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The spring/summer 2022 show saw the likes of Macaulay Culkin, Jodie Turner-Smith and Jared Leto walk the runway, while Lizzo, Miley Cyrus, Olivia Wilde and Billie Eilish were all in attendance.

Jodie Turner-Smith walks the runway during Gucci’s Love Parade show. Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Gucci
Jodie Turner-Smith walks the runway during Gucci’s Love Parade show. Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Gucci
Macaulay Culkin walks the runway at the Gucci Love Parade show. Photo: Taylor Hill/WireImage/Getty
Macaulay Culkin walks the runway at the Gucci Love Parade show. Photo: Taylor Hill/WireImage/Getty
Lizzo at Gucci’s Love Parade show. Photo: Matt Baron/Shutterstock
Lizzo at Gucci’s Love Parade show. Photo: Matt Baron/Shutterstock — Photo: Matt Baron/Shutterstock
Miley Cyrus at Gucci’s Love Parade show. Photo: Matt Baron/Shutterstock
Miley Cyrus at Gucci’s Love Parade show. Photo: Matt Baron/Shutterstock
Tracee Ellis Ross. Photo: Shutterstock
Tracee Ellis Ross. Photo: Shutterstock
Salma Hayek and Serena Williams. Photo: Shutterstock
Salma Hayek and Serena Williams. Photo: Shutterstock
Jared Leto. Photo: Shutterstock
Jared Leto. Photo: Shutterstock

“I think with fashion, you have a duty to give a voice,” Alessandro Michele, the creative director of Gucci, said of including small to plus-sized models in the show. “I see beauty everywhere. It’s something which is organic and natural.”

For Michele, it was a dream come true to unveil his work on the boulevard of stars, where he said holding the show reflected his “uncurbed love for the classic world.”

“It’s a bit like home,” said the Italian designer, who recalled hearing about the glitzy Hollywood scene from his mother, who worked in the film industry as an assistant at a production company.

“It’s a place I love,” he said. “There are elements that are close to me and my heart. This city is an inspiration.”

~ With files from Associated Press.