Now that we've rounded up Met Gala trends, it's time to focus on all of the models who worked it on the red carpet. We gathered all of your favorite famous campaign and runway faces — like Gisele Bundchen, Lily Aldridge, and Brooklyn Decker to name a few — for you to check out. Check out the slideshow and take notes on their stealth poses — you know we are!
Our best-dressed women of Met's Costume Institute Gala, for the most part, represented the best of the red carpet mini trends: cutouts, thigh-high slits, long trains, and feathers. Here's a look at the mini trends we saw on what is arguably the biggest night in fashion. Click our slideshow to see, and take note for the next time you're looking for a gown.
Red, nude, and gold may have dominated the dress color spectrum at the Met's Costume Institute Gala last night, but two women were notable for their minimal, but boldly hued dresses. Brooklyn Decker chose a hot pink Michael Kors dress with long sleeves and a deep slit, while Zoe Saldana chose a strapless yellow Calvin Klein gown. On a night where excess and fanciful details ruled, these women made a statement in their sartorial restraint. Who wore minimal best?
Anna Dello Russo and Janelle Monae went with a menswear-inspired outfit for their Met Gala appearances. Janelle wore Chanel and accessorized with a top hat and veil, while Anna wore embroidered McQueen and accessorized with an egg on her head and a face veil. Both are original outfits, but who wins your most dapper vote?
Last night's Met Gala was a feast for the sartorial eyes. The dominant colors of the evening — red, nude, and gold — were at opposite ends of the color spectrum, but they carried an equally big impact. Some stars chose sexy red gowns, some mixed nude tones with a bit of sparkle, and others went for pure gold. Jessica Alba and Kate Hudson shined in their gilded dresses, while Victoria's Secret model Lily Aldridge and Kristen Bell were a vision in liquid gold. Click our slideshow to see the best of the golden girls.
When it comes to the annual Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala, celebrities, models, and designers go all out — the heels are a little higher, the trains are a little longer, and in some cases (ahem, Madonna) the bunny ears are broken out. Each year, we get to see our favorite fashion-forward stars show off some of the most avant-garde designs — and to build your excitement for Monday's red-carpet ceremony, we've culled 35 of the best, most jaw-dropping sartorial moments from the past few Met galas. Click through to see each one, and make sure to come back on Monday to cast your votes for this year's best dressed.
The sexiest of colors dominated the evening, as Met Gala attendees chose every shade of red to make their sartorial statement. From Jennifer Lopez's berry red Gucci dress to Gisele's fire-engine red McQueen, it was an evening to indulge in-your-face color. Check out our slideshow to see all the red-hued beauty from the, ahem, red carpet.
Tonight's Met Gala theme was Savage Beauty, honoring the late Alexander McQueen, so it was fitting that some of McQueen's closest friends and fans donned his designs on the red carpet. Models and celebrities, like Gisele Bundchen, Daphne Guinness, and Naomi Campbell all showed off different looks from McQueen's past collections. Each and every look took us back to McQueen and all of the greatness he created during his lifetime — check out the slideshow to see who wore what and why we loved it.
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Are you as excited as we are to see the incredible fashion that is sure to walk the red carpet at tonight's Met Gala? Often referred to as the Oscars of the East Coast, the Met Gala, helmed by Vogue editor Anna Wintour, is arguably the most fashionable event of the year. We'll be live blogging the event tonight, covering every look that comes down the red carpet, starting around 7 p.m. EST.
This year, the Gala honors the Costume Institute's latest exhibition, Savage Beauty, which looks at the work of British designer Alexander McQueen. It's a special time for the house of McQueen, as Kate Middleton, now Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, wore a wedding dress designed by current Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton.
To get you primed and ready, we're sharing the behind-the-scenes Twitter pics posted from Met Museum by fashion journalist Jim Shi. Just click the slideshow to see, and make sure to visit us tonight.