Join us on the red carpet at the biggest fashion ball of the year...
What a fabulous evening in New York as the A-list stepped out for the
most fashionable ball in the calendar – the Met Institute Gala at the
Metropolitan Museum of Art.
This year’s theme for the biggest
night in the fashion calendar was ‘Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of
Technology’, and many of the celebrity and fashion atendees fitted the
bill perfectly. If a range of stunning styles and sumptuous silk
fabrics, the red carpet was awash with fashion’s finest displaying the
gorgeous gowns we can only dream of owning.
Of course, many of
the red carpet arrivals opted for futuristic gowns in silver, sequins
and metal to embrace the theme, but others chose more traditional
styles. Claire Danes wowed in a princess frock that glowed in the dark,
while Zoe Saldana chose a beautifully feathered train and Nicole
Kidman’s gown had a cosmic theme.
See all the arrivals now…
It’s been a busy week for Beyonce promoting her new album Lemonade, but the singer took time out to dress up in this embellished latex dress by Riccardo Tisci at Givenchy.
Balmain was a popular choice for the A-list last night, including supermodel Cindy Crawford.
On a red carpet awash with gowns and sparkles, SJP stood out with her all-white ensemble and Monse capris.
Nicole Kidman’s Alexander McQueen gown was emblazoned to look like a night sky. One of our favourite dresses of the evening.
The Oscar-nominated actress arrived with her brother Ben in a futuristic Burberry gown with matching drop earrings and bracelets.
The fashion trailblazer adorned her curly hair with cut-out butterflies.
The American entertainer showcased a custom made silver Marc Jacobs three-quarter length sleeve.
US Vogue’s Editor-in-Chief exuded elegance in a cream lattice Chanel gown.
The ultimate ‘business in the front, party in the back dress’ – Uma’s Tommy Hilfiger gown sported a super-low back.
Never one to play it safe, Madonna opted for a flesh-flashing Givenchy number (you should see the reverse!)
One of the biggest talking points at the Gala was Katy Perry’s gothic look. The singer’s Prada dress was embellished with gold chains, brass keys and a lone Tamagotchi toy.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley opted for a not-so-futuristic grecian gown by Ralph Lauren.
Looking as incredible as ever, Naomi Campbell graced the red carpet in a midriff-baring Cavalli Couture dress.
Christine Taylor’s floral gown with sheer sleeves complemented Ben Stiller’s dapper tux to perfection.
The actress went all-out with this ready-to-wear Dolce & Gabbana gown and gem encrusted headpiece.
The comedian wore a tangerine Alexander McQueen gown complete with cut-out detailing and chains.
The new Lara Croft rocked the red carpet in a combination of leather and sequins by Louis Vuitton.
The model and presenter showed off her quirky fashion sense in a jewelled trouser suit.
The Victoria’s Secret model wears laser-cut Balmain.
The supermodel opted for a floral full-skirted Giambattista Villi gown with contrasting black bodice.
The actress wore an off-the-shoulder Calvin Klein dress made from recycled plastic bottles, just one of many sustainable looks showcased on the Met Gala’s red carpet this year.
Kate Hudson’s stunning VErsace gown was one of the favourites from the evening.
Taking a leaf out of Rihanna’s book (who could forget last year’s infamous ‘omlette’ dress?), Zoe Saldana makes a dramatic entrance with a feathered trail dress by Dolce & Gabbana.
The model and reality stay looked elegant in a cut-out Versace gown.
This is a woman who knows what suits her! Jessica opted for a satin Prada gown in stunning royal blue.
Controversial as ever, Lady Gaga chose fishnets, a corset and jacket combo and finished the look with sky high platform heels.
Sienna Miller managed to embrace the futuristic theme while still sticking to her classic boho style in this Gucci gown – nicely done!
The power couple went all-out in embellished silver. We’re not quite sure about ripped jeans for a gala though…
Kate embraced the shoulder trend, and kept things thrifty with this Topshop gown.
We love Naomie’s dramatic Burberry gown – particularly since she was one of the only celebrities embracing colour on the red carpet.
The evening’s host Taylor Swift chose a silver mini dress and gladiator heels.
Katie Holmes kept it simple with a navy gown, but made sure she was talked-about thanks to those stunning long locks.
Rachel chose a gorgeous Atelier Versace gown, and added a quirky twist with a dark berry lip.
Oscar winner Brie chose shimmering pailettes from Proenza Schouler. We love!
Soairse opted for custom made Christoper Kane, finished with stunning feather detailing.
Karolina was chosen to wear the ‘cognitive dress’, a collaboration between IBM and fashion house Marchesa. Incredibly, the dress reacts to social media emotions.
Lupita chose sequinned Calvin Klein in gorgeous green, and paired it with a skiy high hairdo.