Chanel Iman wore a J. Mendel gown and Lorraine Schwartz jewels last night on the Met Gala red carpet. She was at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to celebrate the Costume Institute's new Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibit, but isn't one to dabble in the style herself. Chanel revealed her most edgy beauty look ever, and admitted that her look yesterday was "as punk as" she gets. Watch later as we break down all the red carpet highlights with a very special episode of POPSUGAR Live! at 2:30 p.m. EDT/11:30 a.m. PDT!
Tamara Mellon donned her best punk gown last night for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute benefit honoring its new exhibit Punk: Chaos to Couture. We asked the famous founder of Jimmy Choo shoes to describe her gown, which she revealed to be from Alexander McQueen. She said, "Who's more punk than that?" Plus, find out what Tamara packs in her clutch for a night out on the town.
Designer Wes Gordon and his model date Constance Jablonski told us about their connections to punk last night on the red carpet outside NYC's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Constance confided that yesterday brought her most punk moment yet — she wore a leather harness designed by Wes!
Anja Rubik dressed as punk as she could for last night's Met Gala in NYC. On her way inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Anja explained her history with edgy dressing. Though she never was fully punk, Anja says she did have a rebellious "goth" period that involved a dedication to Marilyn Manson. Watch later as we break down all the red carpet highlights with a very special episode of POPSUGAR Live! at 2:30 p.m. EDT/11:30 a.m. PDT!
Tom Ford had model Joan Smalls on his arm last night on their way into the Punk: Chaos to Couture Met Gala in NYC. Not one to have dressed punk himself, Tom talked about the trend and how it inspired him — or didn't — when it came to creating a look for Joan. And as for Tom's own edgy phase, he wasn't giving much away. He did, however, reveal his most ingenious use of a safety pin.
Watch later as we break down all the red carpet highlights with a very special episode of POPSUGAR Live! today at 2:30 p.m. EDT/11:30 a.m. PDT!
Red carpet fashion and beauty coverage:
- Who was your pick for best dressed?
- It's always a treat to see Brad and Angelina posing for photos together
- How to replicate Jessica Alba's stunning look
- Mauve lips were quite the trend!
- Lots of ladies loved to wear sequins
- The 10 best Golden Globes hairstyles
- Fishtail dresses were a big trend
- Mila Kunis repped Dior on the carpet
- Zooey Deschanel's nails wore tuxes
- So many nude hues were on display!
- Emerald jewels light up the red carpet
Catch up on other arrivals fun you may have missed:
- Pitt, Clooney, Fassbender, and DiCaprio more than make up for Gosling's absence
- Which guy rocked his bow tie better?
- Natalie and Benjamin, George and Stacy, and more amazing red-carpet couples
- All the arrivals on the red carpet!
- So many foreign hotties at the Golden Globes
The list of all the winners, and more press room fun:
Gwen Stefani's L.A.M.B. shows are always part fashion event and part fan gathering, and last night's was no exception. Hundreds of Gwen devotees packed into Lincoln Center's Theater to see her Fall collection, which was divided into six themes. The action started with billowing smoke and an Apocalypse Now-esque war montage displayed on an enormous screen. The first batch of clothes was clearly military-inspired, with jackets and trousers in olive greens and tans. Next up were ensembles that took clear influence from Rastas, London, the outdoors, mod culture, and glamour. Before sending her models down the runway, Gwen spoke about the varied looks. She said, "Whether it be from me being like a little bit of an English girl, like a little bit of a Rasta girl, a little bit of an Orange County girl, it's like always those same things that come through in the clothes . . . It's just defining yourself through the people that you love growing up." Gwen created her own persona from a variety of sources, and that certainly came through in her latest design efforts.
- Trends: Plaids, draping, layering.
- Colors: Orange! Red! Black!
- Key Looks: A floor-length Navajo-print evening gown with amazing back details.
- Accessories: Aviators, Rasta hats, silk scarves.
- Who Would Wear It: Fans of Gwen, Harajuku Girls, those unafraid of bold colors and prints.