Julianne Hough may have walked the Met Gala red carpet with boyfriend Ryan Seacrest, but the dancer and actress made a statement in her own right in a hot pink strapless Carolina Herrera dress with black neckline detail and an extravagant fishtail hem. Julianne wore her hair down and in loose waves, and accessorized the standout gown with a pair of chandelier earrings. We love that she chose to go easy on the baubles with such an attention-getting gown; what do you think of her Met Gala look?
Anja Rubik definitely made a hot impression at the Met Gala tonight — the model stunned in a supersexy white Anthony Vaccarello gown, and got a proverbial "leg up" on Angelina Jolie's Oscars look with her sultry red carpet poses while walking with the designer. Anja didn't wear much jewelry, save for chandelier earrings and a slinky pair of black chain-strap pumps. Though the look is definitely heavy on sex appeal, Anja isn't the first star to gravitate toward Vaccarello's cutout designs — Karlie Kloss and Gwyneth Paltrow are also fans of his. So, what do you think of Anja's look; was it too much, or just enough?
Leighton Meester's gold tulle Marchesa confection at tonight's Met Gala would put even alter ego Blair Waldorf to shame. The style pro played it super femme in the princess-style gown with a sheer inset at the neckline and gilded embroidery throughout. The Gossip Girl star's swept back locks revealed just a pair of diamond studs, while a golden clutch in hand echoes the gown's ultraglamorous feel. What's the verdict on Leighton's look?
The lovely Lily Collins was just that on tonight's Met Gala red carpet. The actress was the picture of sweetness and femininity in a soft floral-print and lace-trimmed Valentino gown. A darling bow cinches the waist, but Lily opts for unexpected accessories, choosing an exotic gold adorned clutch, then finishing with a simple pair of gold studs. Save for those gorgeous brows and a hint of blush, Lily needs little else to complete her look. What do you think?
We saw opulently dark hues, flashes of bold oranges and yellows, and now, we've got Jessica Chastain's shimmery blue Louis Vuitton number to add to our Met Gala color spectrum. Her corset-style, full-skirted dress was encrusted with jewel-lined embellishments, giving the metallic satin an even more dazzling sheen effect. The actress complemented her statement gown with soft side-swept waves, a dark red lip, and understated Harry Winston sapphire-and-diamond earrings. What do you think of her cool blue look?
Continuing her enviable streak of wearing head-to-toe Givenchy looks, Liv Tyler donned yet another iteration of the French designer's wares. This time, in a black deconstructed reverse racer-back tank dress, complete with sexy front leg slit. Liv styled the floor-length gown with minimalist-chic black sandals, a stack of diamond-encrusted Fred Leighton bracelets, and leaf-shaped earrings. It certainly was a pared down pick for the evening's festivities — do you agree?
Florence Welch continues to prove that her style is just as angelic as her vocals — the songstress sported a truly impressive and avant-garde gown from Alexander McQueen's Fall '12 collection that made a real impact on the red carpet. One look at Florence in this dress, and it's hard to imagine it on anyone else. The ethereal gown looked amazing once it hit the flashbulbs, and it's the kind of out-of-the-box, quirky outfit choice that we expect to see at the Met Gala. The gown was embroidered with tiers of organza, and Florence kept things otherwise simple with armadillo-heeled platform sandals and a signature skull-adorned McQueen clutch. Are you feeling Florence's red carpet look?
The Glee girls were a sight for sore eyes tonight! Acting as a perfect complement to Lea Michele's sexy cobalt gown, Dianna Agron was a vision in emerald green at tonight's Met Gala. She wore a low-cut, Grecian-inspired Carolina Herrera gown that was cinched at the waist with a matching green belt and accessorized with a metallic clutch and bright blue ring. Dianna finished her look with soft, '20s-chic waves and smoky eyeshadow. Thoughts?
If anyone was wondering where Renée Zellweger has been as of late, here she is, making a gorgeous grand entrance in Emilio Pucci. While we don't envy her walk up the Met's stairs, it was more than just a little fun to get an all-angles look at that chiffon-and-organza ruffled train. Not to mention the Bridget Jones actress, soon to be reprising her role for the third installment, was able to show off her famously sculpted arms and back in the dress's sheer panel-detailed bodice. To finish, she accessorized with decadent diamond drop earrings and one solitaire cocktail ring. How do you think she did?
Rashida Jones took the feminine route for her Met Gala getup, donning a floral gown by her friend, Tory Burch. The muted watercolor print exudes elegance, while thoughtful details, like the black ribbon belt and subtle off-shoulder straps, give her look an extra-special touch. To finish off, Rashida opted for a feathered clutch and a diamond bracelet, and pulled her hair in a low bun, exposing beautiful oversize earrings. Are you feeling it?