Posts for May 3rd 2010
The Met's annual Costume Institute Gala is one of the biggest fashion events of the year and tonight's red carpet certainly did not disappoint! Tons of the biggest stars in the world stepped out dressed in designer dresses to honor the evening's theme, "American Women: Fashioning A National Identity." Check out our coverage of the red carpet, with lots of trends, beauty how-tos, afterparty photos and lots more to come!
- Who was best dressed?
- Vote on all of Fab's fashion red carpet love it or hate it polls.
- Vote on all of Bella's beauty red carpet love it or hate it polls.
- Check out the models at The Met slideshow.
- Play Fab's fun faceoff game.
- Learn style lessons from the most impeccably dressed stars.
- See Bella's picks for 20 gorgeous looks.
See how to get these red carpet looks:
This year's Met Gala theme is the American Woman, so it's no surprise the best dressed of the night embraced glamour, ease, and red, white, and blue! From glittering gowns, to sculptural cuts, to party frocks, to screen siren salutes, it comes down to five beautiful babes. Some American designers made the final cut, but you and I couldn't refuse some European and Lebanese flavor. This one's a toughie — who ruled?Vote on all of my Costume Institute Gala polls here!
Nicole Richie sparkled in sequins at the 2010 Costume Institute Gala in NYC. Her floor-length silver Marc Jacobs gown was perfectly dressy for the affair but had that easy feel that we're used to from Richie. She tied a black velvet belt around her waist and accessorized with silver bangles and a black clutch for a completely cool result. Shop similar items now.
Elizabeth Banks showed off her wild side tonight in a black ensemble by Gucci. The feathered dress would have been enough on its own, but the actress decided to take it to the next level with lace tights. Racy black cutout booties and silver hoop earrings complete her look. Do you love it or hate it?Vote on all of my Costume Institute Gala polls here!