10 Best Dressed At The Met Gala 2019
Willy Wonka, is that you? The supermodel channels the beloved Roald Dahl character in a whimsical headpiece featuring bananas, false teeth and eyeballs paired with a rainbow cane. We can always count on Cara to have some fun with fashion.
Anna Wintour once said she admires Lupita N'yongo for her ability to pull of any colour and any look while still looking like herself and her campy outfit this year did not disappoint. Dressed like a rainbow fairy in fluffy shoulders and a chainmail skirt, Lupita still managed to not let the over-the-top look overwhelm her. Now that's style.
If you have it, flaunt it, and Kendall came to show off her mile-long legs in a fiery number complete with Victoria's Secret-worthy plumes.
The rockstar sure knows how to rock the red carpet. The original "Rich Girl" stormed the MET, decked out in a body chain of jewels and trailing fur coat by Moschino.
The pint-sized rapper went for a larger-than-life look with a quilted train twice her height, demonstrating her ability to dominate the red carpet as well as the charts.
SIA might have sang about it, but American songstress Katy Perry dressed the part for this year’s MET Gala—as a chandelier. The bright idea came from Moschino’s designer Jeremy Scott, and Perry topped it off with a cropped blonde wig and jewel-encrusted sandals to match.
Most celebrities spend months planning their MET Gala outfit, but Lady Gaga and her designer pal, Brandon Maxwell, spent the time coming up with four looks. The singer, who is a co-host of this year’s event, arrived on the pink carpet in a giant hot pink gown, but ended up leaving in a sparkling black bodysuit (and she had two changes in between, and the performance took just over 15 minutes).
Actor and pop singer Billy Porter stole the show at this year's Oscars in a Christian Siriano creation which was a tuxedo on the top and a gown on the bottom. And in a similar fashion, Porter continues to wow the fashion crowds and channels his inner Egyptian Sun God with a gold winged bodysuit with a chain headpiece to match. A #soextra moment? Porter had six men carry him on a velvet litter.
Frills and feathers fit for a Queen—Oscar de la Renta dressed Celine Dion for this soirée and it was no easy fete. The outfit took over 3,000 hours to construct and was inspired by a costume worn by Judy Garland in “Ziegfeld Girl”.
A whole lot of feathers and purple, and worn with a skirt and a little Mary Jane heel—Vogue’s International Editor at Large, Hamish Bowles, made a striking entrance in his Maison Margiela ensemble, designed by John Galliano.
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