This year’s annual Metropolitan Museum of Art’s MET GALA was a celebration of Rei Kawabuko’s work. The Comme des Garçons designer is known for her avant-garde style, her architectural structures and her eccentric designs. Here is our complete fashion round up from last night.
Zendaya in Dolce & Gabbana
Everything about this look is beautiful : the dress, the colour combination, the hair, the lipstick and the print.
Kylie Jenner in Versace
We are not usually big fans of Kylie’s style, but we have to admit this dress is beautiful. It’s not too sexy and definitively not racy. The colour is perfect for Kylie and we love the short hair.
Celine Dion in Versace
Impossible not to include Céline in our best dressed list. We love the asymmetrical look and the daring structure of the dress.
Halle Berry in Versace
Halle Berry attended the MET GALA for the first time this year and we hope it won’t be the last. We love the way the jumpsuit included an eccentric touch in line with the theme.
Jessica Chastain in Prada
Jessica Chastain looked like a real life princess Belle…she was elegant, timeless and absolutely gorgeous.
Emmy Rossum in Carolina Herrera
Emmy Rossum chose to wear pants contrasting with an oversized bow train and we love it!
Allison Williams in Diane Von Furstenberg
Following the black and white trend, Allison Williams was super elegant in this look by Diane Von Furstenberg. Love the asian inspirations and the stylish corset.
Cara Delevingne in Chanel
Whilst we are skeptical about the hair, this Chanel suit is just perfect for Cara. We love the embroideries, the plunging neckline and the silver pumps.
Diane Kruger in Prada
Once again, Diane Kruger proved she has one of the best fashion sense in Hollywood. This dress is simple, but transformed her into a modern Greek goddess.
Gisele Bundchen in Stella McCartney
Gisele Bundchen also decided to go simple, and even though this might not be the most amazing look of the night, it works perfectly. We love the colour, the discrete cutouts and the classical shape of the dress.
Rita Ora in Marchesa
At first, I didn’t like this look, but then it grew on me. I love the aesthetic of the dress, the oversized bow and beautiful blush tulle.
Lily Collins in Giambattista Valli
Lily Collins was really daring and we love the mix of the tulle pale pink skirt with a black bustier.
Special mention to Kendall Jenner (La Perla Haute Couture) and Bella Hadid (Alexander Wang) for completely stealing the show with their sheer looks.
Zoe Kravitz in Oscar de la Renta
The dress and cape are not that bad, but the bouquets of flowers of the bust and sleeves are not super flattering.
Katy Perry in Maison Margiela by John Galliano
Yes, that is Katy Perry under all that tulle. Maybe Katy Perry pushed the theme a little bit too far..what do you think?
Kerry Washington in Michael Kors Collection
Never been a big fan of patchwork and I don’t think this dress works on Kerry Washington…the cutouts are weird and the dress looks too big on the bust.
Madonna in Moschino
Everytime I see Madonna on a red carpet, I think she can’t do worse…and then she does. Not only is the dress horrendous, but the leather gloves, the jewelry and the backpack (!!!) result in an overall bad look.
Gigi Hadid in Tommy Hilfiger
This look is so confusing : the mix of materials, the stockings and the asymmetry make her look as if she had lost half of the dress on her way to the gala.
Lily-Rose Depp in Chanel
Lily-Rose Depp is 17 years old…I guess she should be thinking more about her prom…actually this dress would be perfect for highschool graduation.
Amy Schumer in Zac Posen
I’m really trying to find something positive to say about this dress…but I have nothing.
They could have done better…or worse
Selena Gomez in Coach
This dress is cute…but so boring!
Alexa Chung in Diane Von Furstenberg
Hi Alexa, are you going to a quiet summer wedding? Because that maxi polka dot chiffon dress would be perfect for that.
Sophie Turner in Louis Vuitton
This is just an overall boring look…and I don’t understand the white straps completely ruining the style of the dress
Kim Kardashian in Vivienne Westwood
Classic Kim dress, with a similar neckline to what she wears daily. Actually, it looks more like a beach dress than a MET GALA dress!
Haile Baldwin in Carolina Herrera
Just like Selena Gomez, this look is cute…but the bandeau top makes it too casual.
Gwyneth Paltrow in Calvin Klein
One word : boring!
Brie Larson in Chanel
Is it just me, or the bottom of the skirt looks like Christmas ornaments?
Claire Foy in Erdem
The print is beautiful, but I’m not sure about the change of fabric for the train and the neckline is not very flattering.
They deserve a round of applause for their originality!
Rihanna in Comme des Garçons
Liu Wen in Off-White
Maggie Gyllenhaal in Marni
Ruth Nega in Valentino
Janelle Monae in Ralph & Russo
Both Blake Lively (in Atelier Versance) and Ryan Reynolds as well as Chrissy Teigen (in Marchesa) and John Legend coordinated their look and we love it. It’s a tie!
Haley Bennett (in Dolce & Gabbana) and Thandie Newton (in Monse) both decided to wear floral headpieces and it’s a great touch to their look.
Best dressed man
Wiz Khalifa looked amazing in Thom Browne. We love the short pants and the cool boots.
Best little black dress
There were a lot of black dresses on the red carpet and a few caught our attention. We love Mandy Moore’s (in Michael Kors Collection) asymmetrical sleeves, Kate Bosworth’s (in Tory Burch) elegance and Stacey Martin’s (in Miu Miu) embroideries and bow detail. Adriana Lima (in Alberta Ferretti) and Candice Swanepoel (in Topshop) both chose more traditional-looking dresses and looked beautiful.
Over-the-top ruffles : as seen on Ashley Graham (H&M), Claire Danes (Monse), Dakota Johnson (Gucci) Felicity Jones and Katie Holmes (Zac Posen).
They forgot to take their coats off : as seen on Sofia Richie (Topshop), Priyanka Chopra (Ralph Lauren), Solange Knowles (Thom Browne) and Tracee Ellis Ross (Comme des Garçons).
Feathers everywhere : as seen on Anna Wintour (Chanel), Blake Lively (Versace), Julianne Moore (Calvin Klein) and Sarah Paulson (Prada).
Fifty shades of blue : as seen on Emily Ratajkowski (Marc Jacobs), Laura Dern (Gabriela Hearst), Elle Fanning (Miu Miu), Jennifer Lopez (Valentino) and Mindy Kaling (Prabal Gurung).
Vibrant red : as seen on Doutzen Kroes (Brock Collection), Emma Roberts (Jonathan Saunders for DVF), Joann Smalls (Topshop) and Rose Byrne (Ralph Lauren).