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The 69th Met Gala Ball Celebrated Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons

The 69th Met Gala Ball celebrated Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons, in all its avant-garde glory. Here are our best and worst dressed of the night. The first Monday in May annually brings together the greatest of

The 69th Met Gala Ball celebrated Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons, in all its avant-garde glory. Here are our best and worst dressed of the night.

The first Monday in May annually brings together the greatest of fashion and film for the celebrated Met Gala. This year’s theme was based upon the celebrated designer; Rei Kawakubo- Commes des Garçons, in other words avant-garde style, a flare for diversity and individuality. Rihanna, who stole the show in her custom Commes des Garçons, Kylie Jenner, Giselle Bundchen, Blake Lively, Rita Ora to Janelle Monae, Jennifer Lopez and Solange Knowles played the roles of modes for the A-list designers of today, whether good or bad.

Anna Wintour, Editor in Chief of American Vogue and Board Member of Metropolitan Museum of Art, wearing Chanel.

The Best Dressed:

Janelle Monáe was breath-taking in Ralph & Russo. Wearing a customised white tulle ball gown with black feather collar, white hypertube-paint design bodice and ruffle skirt

Blake Lively was stunning in an Atelier Versace gown. She wore a gold gown comprised of delicate chains with multi-colour feather accents cascading down the train in a dégradé fashion from gold to ocean blue.

Rita Ora master’s extravagant couture similar to Rihanna, however this Marchesa number is vibrant and vivacious, bringing out her character immensely.

Kylie Jenner also wore an Atelier Versace gown. She wore a fully-beaded rose gold gown with 3D floral accents and a cascading beaded cape of Swarovski fringes

Jennifer Lopez wore a striking coloured Valentino Haute Couture ensemble layered in organza, slightly demure but dashing.

Giselle Bundchen– Shimmering in a simple cut Stella McCartney number with an open back.

Katie Holmes wore Zac Posen, a dramatic black dress with vampish vibes completed with voluptuous ruffles.

 

The Worst Dressed:

 

Madonna wearing Moschino. The camo look did not only look out of place, albeit her makeup was great, it really did not bring anything new to the table.

Celine Dion in an Atelier Versace gown, she wore a Swarovski crystal body suit with a dramatic, leg-baring full skirt and metallic buckle accents. The look did not work well for her.

Jourdann Dunn in a custom H&M ensemble. The monochrome look along with its ragged hemlines gave more of a messy feel to her than anything else.

Katy Perry wearing custom Maison Margiela by John Galliano. She is known for daring, diverse designs; however this vibrant red look did not do her any justice.

Lena Dunham in an Elizabeth Kennedy gown, which is very much similar to the Scottish influenced gowns, we have seen over the years.

Solange Knowles in a custom Thom Browne ensemble. It seems to be a little too distant for an event of this scale.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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