Jared Leto rips open his shirt as he lets his hair down at the Vogue World afterparty
Supermodels, acting legends and royalty gathered at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane for the Vogue World Show on Thursday.
Letting his hair down after the main event, Jared Leto ripped open his shirt as he partied at private members’ club George in Mayfair at the offical afterparty.
The 30 Seconds To Mars frontman, 51, flashed his bare torso and stuck his tongue out while enjoying the night.
Showing of his sense of style, he went shirtless in an oversized white blazer that he teamed with a pair of black trousers.
Jared added a dusting of electric blue eyeshadow and accessorised with a pair of black gloves.
Fun: Letting his hair down after the Vogue World afterparty, Jared Leto ripped open his shirt as he partied at private members’ club George in Mayfair
Rock and roll: Showing of his sense of style, he went shirtless in an oversized white blazer that he teamed with a pair of black trousers
Billed as a ‘multi-act celebration of the British performing arts’, the glittering one-off extravaganza kickstarted London Fashion Week.
The event – dubbed Britain’s answer to the iconic Met Gala – is the brainchild of Vogue’s editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour but viewers, who watched via the YouTube livestream, took to social media to admit they left baffled by the ‘bizarre’ show.
Thursday’s event served as a fundraiser for Britain’s performing arts industry, with Anna overseeing proceedings.
The first Vogue World event featured a fashion show and street fair when it took place in New York’s meatpacking district in 2021, but the London ceremony was a much grander affair.
The dress code was Opening Night, with the invitation revealing a West End stage decorated with by blood-red velvet curtains.
Masterminded by BAFTA and Olivier-winning director Stephen Daldry, show director Emily Burns, and creative producer Fran Miller, along with the Vogue team, the evening will feature a vast array of performing arts.
Wintour previously claimed the performing arts industry is ‘under threat” meaning all proceeds from ticket sales will go to a range of theatre companies – among them the National Theatre, Royal Opera House and the Royal Ballet.
Viewers, who watched via the YouTube livestream, took to social media to admit they left baffled by the ‘bizarre’ show as it kicked off with Kate Moss, 49, doing an interpretive dance before Cara Delevingne appeared in the crowds dressed as a punk.
Bold: Jared added a dusting of electric blue eyeshadow and accessorised with a pair of black gloves
Pals: He was joined at the event by model Jordan Barrett (L), who wore a quirky velvet suit
Supermodel Kate was first shown getting glammed-up backstage before she walked through the wings of the theatre as the show paid tribute to the theatre performers it is fundraising for.
Opera singers then appeared in the crowds while Kate was shown via a screen on stage doing a bizarre interpretive dance underneath a black sheer piece of fabric.
Model Cara, 31, then emerged in the crowds sporting a colourful punk mohawk, a red striped dress and an oversized leather jacket.
She was seen cheering as she milled amongst the celebrities’ tables while FKA Twigs performed, before she jumped up on stage to join the singer.
The pair then shared a kiss before FKA was pulled away by dancers as she continued her performance, before Stormzy took to the stage for the third musical number.
The Vogue World show then came to a close with an epic performance from Annie Lennox, who belted out the Eurythmics smash hit Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This).