When we want to make our friends feel special, we normally send them a card or take them out for a delectable treat. But Julia Roberts went above and beyond when she supported her Ticket to Paradise co-star, George Clooney, at the Kennedy Center Honors earlier this month.

The Ocean’s Eleven star was one of the recipients of the prestigious award, and to commemorate her famous companion, Roberts wore a garment adorned with photos of his face. And now we know how Clooney reacted.

According to Us Weekly, as Roberts went onto the stage, Clooney was taken aback and exclaimed, “Wow!”

Photographs of the Gravity actor were printed all over the outfit, and each image was framed in gold. The images were gathered from Clooney’s red carpet appearances, his role on ER, and other appearances. Roberts joked as she stepped onto the stage, “What? What is this old thing?… Can you tell I’m here for Gladys Knight?”

And, in case you’re wondering how Roberts acquired such a personalized outfit, we can’t purchase one for ourselves—the unique design was put together by Jeremy Scott, Moschino’s creative designer, and styled by Elizabeth Stewart.

Over the gown, Roberts wore a black cropped jacket—a modest touch that completed the look without drawing attention away from the honoree—and she adorned with Chopard jewelry.

We also got a look at the back of the dress courtesy to a photo uploaded to Stewart’s Instagram account by Serge Normant. “#juliaframedgeorge,” the stylist jokingly captioned the photo.

Roberts expressed her gratitude for her look on Instagram, writing, “My gown playing favorites!” Thank you very much, @jeremyscott, @elizabethstewart1, and @moschino, for making my dream dress a reality! George, I’m so happy to watch you receiving this highest accolade @kennedycenter [tv emoji] on December 28.”

If a picture’s worth a thousand words, then we don’t have the space to emphasize just how much we love all these pics on Julia’s dress.