We are still hyperventilating over the coupling of Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde.

Over the weekend, the 26-year-old former One Direction member and the 36-year-old actress were spotted holding hands at a wedding in Montecito, Calif., officially sparking romance rumors. The new duo had recently worked together on the film Don’t Worry Darling, which Styles stars in and Wilde directed and also co-stars.

In photos obtained by Page Six, the “Watermelon Sugar” singer is seen at the nuptials wearing a black suit with a scalloped white button-up and Western-style black bow tie from Gucci’s Spring 2021 collection. His date coordinated in a boho-inspired floor-length floral gown from Gucci’s Resort 2021 collection. They were also wearing matching face masks by The Vampire’s Wife.

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Styles has a longstanding history with the fashion label. Back in 2015, stylist Harry Lambert took a fashion risk, which was ultimately rewarding, dressing the boy bander in a Gucci floral suit for the 43rd Annual American Music Awards from Alessandro Michele’s spring/summer 2016 collection. Styles also gave his final performance as a member of One Direction wearing a Gucci suit in the retro petal print.

The singer carried over his newfound fondness for the fashion label into his solo career. The music videos that accompanied Styles’ debut number one album, released in April 2017, all incorporated Gucci including a navy tailored coat in the video for “Sign Of The Times” and he wears a floral suit in the clip for “Kiwi.” He also wore Gucci for many of his promotional appearances as well as onstage for a number of performances. Many of the looks included flamboyant pieces, such as floral brocade jackets, flared trousers, and pussy-bow shirting.

By June 2018, Styles’ relationship with the near century-old design house was made official as he became a brand ambassador and the face of Gucci’s tailoring campaign. He also joined a diverse line-up in the campaign for Gucci’s Mèmoire D’une Odeur — the  first gender-neutral scent.

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In 2019, he turned heads at the 2019 Met Gala “Camp: Notes On Fashion” in a dark, romantic, gender-bending lace look.

“After such a colorful tour wardrobe it was nice to do something a little unexpected,” his stylist told Miss Vogue of the black blouse Styles wore. “[It was about] taking traditionally feminine elements like the frills, heeled boots, sheer fabric and the pearl earring, but then rephrasing them as masculine pieces set against the high-waisted tailored trousers and his tattoos. Camp, but still Harry.”

Most recently, Styles nearly broke the internet when he graced Vogue’s December issue wearing a Gucci ballgown, again smashing gender stereotypes and sparking a larger conversation about men and fashion. Following the buzz about the magazine moment, Wilde gushed to Vogue over the British Style Award winner.


“To me, he’s very modern,” the actress told Vogue of the Brit last month. “And I hope that this brand of confidence as a male that Harry has—truly devoid of any traces of toxic masculinity—is indicative of his generation and therefore the future of the world. I think he is in many ways championing that, spearheading that. It’s pretty powerful and kind of extraordinary to see someone in his position redefining what it can mean to be a man with confidence.”


Wilde, who split with her longtime partner, actor and screenwriter Jason Sudeikis back in November, has also had her fair share of big moments with Gucci. At the 67th Golden Globe Awards, the former House star worked a shiny gunmetal Gucci gown, finished with Tiffany jewels. A few years later at the same event, the then-pregnant star dressed her baby bump in a long-sleeved, shimmering Gucci Première gown.


For the L.A. premiere of The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, the actress wore a sultry shimmery black Gucci Pre-Fall 2013 gown with a netted overlay, embroidered neckline and open back. The mom-of-two also attend a photocall for her action flick Cowboys & Aliens at the 64th Festival del Film di Locarno in Switzerland, in a a gilded, fringe-draped black frock by Gucci.

Olivia Wilde

For tho 1970s-set Formula One drama film, Rush, in which Wilde starred, Gucci’s then creative director, Frida Giannini, lent a number of looks from the fashion house.

“The Seventies has always been a decade that has inspired me greatly… It is hard to think of a more glamorous profession than being a racing driver in the Seventies,” said Giannini. “The style of Suzy Miller, played by Olivia Wilde, is the essence of Gucci as it captures the mixture of sexy allure and innocent naturalness that defined the style of the time.”

Clearly, Styles and Wilde are a super sartorial pairing. Now, can they hurry up and tie the knot so we can see their Gucci wedding-wear? Kidding.