Camilla Belle Honors Stevie Wonder in Sophia Webster ‘Effie’ Sandals

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Many of us have been touched by Stevie Wonder’s songs in one way or another, so we can imagine how — for some — the chance to stand in the presence of the artist would be a dream come true. Lucky Camilla Belle got to see those dreams come true when the actress found herself recently posing it up with the great Stevie Wonder.

Camilla had a fangirl moment as she arrived at the Art of Elysium’s 10th anniversary gala of “Stevie Wonder’s Heaven” in Los Angeles.

Camilla Belle at the Art of Elysium’s gala “Stevie Wonder’s Heaven” held in Los Angeles on January 8, 2017.

Camilla towered in the Sophia Webster “Effie” crystal platform sandals.

Camilla wore a haute couture dress from the Schiaparelli Fall/Winter 2016/2017 collection, which was designed by Bertrand Guyon. The quirky dress had a structured velvet top which was contrasted with quirky embroidery of stars, butterflies and animals on the skirt.

The actress accessorized her look with jewelry from Tiffany & Co., a box clutch from Hayward House, and a pair of black “Effie” crystal platform sandals from Sophia Webster.

Camilla went for a classic understated look with a box clutch from Hayward House.

Camilla looked unconventionally glamorous in a quirky Schiaparelli dress.

Camilla uploaded a paparazzi photo of herself beside Stevie Wonder himself right before the event started. In the photo, the actress evidently couldn’t keep herself from smiling as she stood beside the music legend.

The 30-year-old uploaded the photo with the caption, “Pinch me.” We don’t blame you at all, Camilla.

Pinch me 💖 #aboutlastnight #heaven #steviewonder #artheals 📸: @patrickmcmullan

A photo posted by Camilla Belle (@camillabelle) on

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