The Costume Institute’s American Woman gala at the Met provided great eye candy for fashion lovers everywhere. Monday night’s red carpet had no shortage of fashion-forward and elegant gowns.
, in Calvin Klein Collection, Emma Watson
, in Burberry, Katy Perry
, in CuteCircuit, and Taylor Swift
, in Ralph Lauren, were all in visions in white (Katy in blush and white).
Model Amber Valletta
, in RM by Roland Mouret, singer Cassie
, in Versace and Sergio Rossi shoes, and Emmy Rossum
, in Kenneth Cole, provided a jolt of color to the red carpet in beautiful sapphire hues with bold shoes and accessories.
Claire Danes, in Burberry, Eva Longoria, in Marchesa, and Kristin Davis, in vintage Rochas, exuded classic elegance in their strapless gowns with chic trains.
Anne Hathaway, in Valentino, and Jennifer Lopez, in Zuhair Murad, went for all out glamour in shimmery ballgowns with a wow factor.
As usual with the Met Gala, the red carpet brought out plenty of avant-garde and fashion- forward looks. Blake Lively, in Marchesa, Chloe Sevingy, in a dress she designed with Proenza Schouler’s Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, Elizabeth Banks, in Gucci, and Gisele Bundchen, in Alexander Wang made statements by pairing their fashion-forward detailed frocks with statement making shoes and accessories.
We loved looking at all the looks both glam and fashion-forward, but want to know what you think. So tell us: What do you think of the fashion-forward looks? What was your favorite look?
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