Vanessa Bryant just posted the ultimate selfie of 2021. The 39-year-old widow of Kobe Bryant is currently in Venice, Italy for the Dolce & Gabbana fashion show, and she was joined by a few other A-list attendees for an iconic selfie that was shared to Instagram on Tuesday, Aug. 31. In the pic, Vanessa, her good pal Ciara, Vin Diesel and Kris Jenner all cozied up to one another and smiled for the camera while looking dapper. Truly epic!
The four stars were dressed to the nines for the big outing, which was also attended by Jennifer Lopez, Diddy, Kourtney Kardashian, Helen Mirren, Megan Thee Stallion, and more. Vin, 54, rocked a pair of stylish sunglasses in the selfie, while Vanessa, Ciara, 35, and Kris, 65, all accessorized their looks with dazzling earrings. Vanessa aptly used the Italy flag emoji to caption the selfie, and Vin commented, “Always..”
Although Vanessa and Ciara’s fashion looks couldn’t be made out in the selfie, the superstar besties showed off their stunning attire in other photos shared from the fashion show. Vanessa opted to wear a long-sleeve silky teal gown, while Ciara dressed in a skintight one-shoulder burnt orange gown. The pair took part in another epic selfie that was shared to Vanessa’s IG, and this time the snap featured J.Lo! And as expected, the “Let’s Get Loud” singer, 52, looked gorgeous in bedazzled bustier crop top with a pair of high-waisted metallic floral trousers and a bejeweled green cape on top.
Vin was also well-dressed for the star-studded night out — and even made the event into a family affair by bringing along his longtime partner Paloma Jiménez and their two children, Hania, 13, and Vincent, 11. The family of four enjoyed some excursions in Venice prior to the soirée on Monday, including a scenic boat ride. For that outing, Vin wore a black and yellow jacket and matching pants, and finished the look with tinted aviator sunglasses.
The F9 actor and his fellow big-time Hollywood stars are in Venice for Dolce & Gabbana’s unveiling of new haute couture and jewelry pieces during the course of three days. The event began on August 28, showcasing new creations that pay homage to Venice’s “artistic legacy and manufacturing legacy” against the backdrop of renowned landmarks.