Music, Wine & Portraits: Indra Nooyi Poses With Hillary, Bezos Honoured By Son At National Gallery Gala
Time To Celebrate
From Indra Nooyi to Frances Arnold, achievers from the world of business, science, fashion and entertainment were immortalised by the gallery. The gala was a star-studded affair which saw politicians, business tycoons and actors in attendance.
An evening of music, wine, and awards, this year's National Portrait Gallery celebration was one to remember. Take a look at all the best moments of the celebration.
A Proud Moment For India
Nooyi was honoured for serving as chairperson in a Fortune 500 company for 25 years. She was also hailed for introducing healthier beverage options like fruit juices in place of sweetened sodas, which are perceived as unhealthy.
Nooyi, dressed in a maroon outfit, posed beside her portrait with Friedman and Museum Director Kim Sajet.
Later, while enjoying dinner and wine, she clicked an all-smiles picture with former First Lady of the United States of America Hillary Clinton.
Nooyi then took to Twitter to express gratitude on being accepted as a part of the American story.
Cheers To The Big Boss
Bezos received the Portrait of a Nation prize from his son Preston, and a portrait created by Robert McCurdy.
Many More To Come
Manuel Miranda received the prize from former first lady Michelle Obama. He was seen posing with Mrs Obama beside his portrait.
The former First Lady, who is also the author of 'Becoming', pulled off a dynamic look at the gala. She opted for a bright yellow gown from Schiaparelli Haute Couture styled with subtle diamonds.
A Toast To The Mentor Of Gen Z
Wintour was honoured for mentoring the upcoming generation and for producing topical content in her publication that is the longest-running magazine till date.
Queen Of Chemistry
Arnold opted for a stunning red ensemble for the occasion and received the award from fellow scientist France Córdova.
Cheers To The Music Moguls
The band that also gave a special performance at the occasion, received their award from Hall of Fame producer Clive Davis.