The much awaited Met Gala just took place and as we are all aware it is considered to be the fashion Oscars. Every year our favourite celebrities make a statement with their style quotient, following the theme of the event. Let us take a look at the best dressed for this years’ theme China: Through the Looking Glass.
Queen Bey always has us waiting for her red carpet appearances and this year too, it was no different. Without causing any disappointment she turned up in a sheer bejewelled Givenchy number. To add to the glamour she pulled her tresses back in a side, high ponytail.
She had us all agog as she sashayed on the red carpet in a Roberto Cavalli sheer ensemble. The gown was embellished with crystals and entailed a long feather train with a high neckline. She finished the look with a wet and sleek ponytail and diamond jewellery.
This prima donna, too, glided down the carpet in a sheer red Versace gown. The gown was embellished with beads, with a dragon imitation on the front and the singer finished the look with a red clutch.To add polish to the look, she slicked her chestnut mane back in a wet look.
This model has never failed to make a statement. She went on to pair a plain Stella McCartney black-trouser-beaded-bra ensemble with detailed body art that enveloped her arms and chest. She finished the gamine look with diamond earrings and a slick and neat ponytail.
The Fifty Shades starlet went ahead and showed-off her spunk in a mini Chanel dress; it was a strapless sequenced number with a plunging neckline and paired it with a Chinese doll clutch. The added drama of the 50s flick liner and the shaggy bob added to the charm.
She had an empyreal moment on the red carpet as she walked it down in a Prada silk ball gown which was accented with bows at the shoulders. She paired the clove pink gown with an emerald green clutch and heels that added quixotic charm to her appearance.
Rosie Huntington Whiteley
The model glistened in her Atelier Versace gown. The outfit hugged her in all the right places, enhancing the model’s figure. Plus, we loved the whole business going on in the chest area and with one shoulder being enveloped like vines enveloping the bark of a tree.
We are in love with this androgynous, two-pice Thakoon red-sequin number. The English beauty looked ravishing in this outfit paired with black earrings and a red clutch. The black rope belt cinched add the waist added drama to the whole appearance.
The British starlet looked ravishing in her caped Prada cerulean gown with crystal and glass bead embroidery. Her royal look was finished with a cerise pout and her mane pulled black in a low-slung chignon.
She had us astonished with this pleated J. Mendel gown, which involved a lot of drapes and colour-fading. We must say that Munn didn’t fail to add drama with this billowy gown. She completed her snazzy look with red and black ombré nails and statement earrings.
Let us know which look from the Met Gala you loved best.