Florence Welch takes to the stage at LACMA's annual Art+Film Gala


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Florence Welch put on a sensational display on Sunday evening. 

The Florence And The Machine frontwoman, 35, was turning heads in a typically epic ensembles as she attended the 10th Annual LACMA ART+FILM GALA presented by Gucci at Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Storming the red carpet before later hitting the stage, she looked amazing in a cornflower blue gown with a frill detailing and embellished sash and made sure she stole the show while rubbing shoulders with stars at the bash. 

Stunner: Florence Welch put on a sensational display on Sunday evening as she attended the 10th Annual LACMA ART+FILM GALA presented by Gucci at Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Florence was looking epic at the event as she dazzled in the pretty gown, which featured a number of aspects to create the glamorous overall look. 

Her trademark flame red tresses were worn in ethereal flowing lengths while she was perfectly made-up to take the stage by storm.  

Her appearance comes after Florence delightedly marked being seven years sober in February, sharing a celebratory post with her Instagram followers.  

She wrote: 'I send my love and support to anyone who is struggling. If you are feeling shaky around ED issues, drugs or alcohol, I completely understand...

Amazing: Storming the red carpet before later hitting the stage, she looked amazing in a cornflower blue gown with a frill detailing and embellished sash and made sure she stole the show while rubbing shoulders with stars at the bash

A vision: Florence was looking epic at the event as she dazzled in the pretty gown, which featured a number of aspects to create the glamorous overall look

Amazing: She was turning heads thanks to her elegant ensemble 

Dazzling: She was joined by Alessandro Michele at the event 

Living it up: She looked to be having a fabulous time

'The desire to disassociate is so strong. But please don’t give up. We are going to need you on the other side.'

Her post included a picture of her hand touching a painting of the number 7 surrounded by a heart with two arrows in it.

Florence, who became a star with her band Florence And The Machine in 2009, has been candid about the hard-drinking lifestyle she kept up early in her career. 

Red lady: Her trademark flame red tresses were worn in ethereal flowing lengths while she was perfectly made-up to take the stage by storm

All-star: Florence, chatted to Jared Leto, and Sinead Burke at the bash 

The Kiss With A Fist singer went on the wagon early in 2014 and released her next album How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful the following year.

Prior to getting sober Florence found herself on the verge of a breakdown after nearly four years on the road, drinking and singing.

'I used to drink before every performance,' Florence revealed to Billboard a little over a year after she decided to give up alcohol.

'I’m quite shy, really - that’s probably why I used to drink a lot. But I don’t anymore. When I finally took time off to make this new record, I had time to strengthen.'

Wow: She was joined on stage by a dazzling Celeste

Belting it out: The duo were belting out a duet to the appreciative crowd

Here I go: She looked amazing as she headed into the event

When Florence turned 27 her mother Evelyn made a speech at her birthday party and asked her daughter's pals to make sure she did not wind up in the '27 Club.'

The '27 Club' is a group of celebrities who all died at the age of 27, many of substance-related causes including Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Amy Winehouse.

Not long after she turned 27 she decided to sober up and eventually came to regard her drinking days with 'with a mix of nostalgia and terror.'

In an essay for British Vogue in 2019 she wrote candidly: 'There’s a part of me that is in awe of that girl, her total disregard for self-preservation, how she could run at the world headfirst, eyes closed, with no care for the consequences.'

Proud: Her appearance comes after Florence delightedly marked being seven years sober in February, sharing a celebratory post with her Instagram followers

On the up: When Florence turned 27 her mother Evelyn made a speech at her birthday party and asked her daughter's pals to make sure she did not wind up in the '27 Club'