martes, 3 de mayo de 2011

Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute's Gala 2011

The 2011 Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute's Gala was a star-studded affair in NYC Monday night. The event is one of fashion's biggest nights of the year and the ladies certainly didn't disappoint on the red carpet.

Beyonce wore a Emilio Pucci dress from the Spring 2011 collection.

Anna Wintour in Chanel Sring 2011 Couture gown.
 Anna Dello Russo chose a McQueen suit and accessorized with an egg headpiece.

Bee Shaffer hit the red carpet at the Met Gala donning a strapless dark red Balenciga gown. Meanwhile, a sparkling diamond necklace, red lips, and a shiny midlength bob keep the sophistication level high on Anna Wintour's daugther.

Blaje Lively wore a look from the Chanel Fall 2009 Couture collection.

 Chanel Iman went the ladylike route, opting for a calf-length, white lace Dolce & Gabbana.

Chloe Sevigny kept it demure in a high-collared black lace McQueen gown.

Christina Ricci in Zac Posen.

Crystal Renn wore a incredible Zac Posen creation.

Demi Moore with Parl Gurung gown.

 The gorgeous Natalia Vodianova arrived with Valentino Garavani by her side, adorned in the designer's feather-and-sequin embellished couture.

 Diane Kruger looked stunning wearing a dress form Jason Wu.


Red was a hot hue of the evening and Gisele Bundchen started the trend in Alexander McQueen.

New mom Doutzen Kroes shined in a red tulle gown by Giambattista Valli.

Dianna Agron in a Michael Kors column dress.

Hilary Rhoda is one of the few wearing McQueen tonight. She opted for a dress from the Spring 2011 collection. 

Jessica Alba was glowing on the red carpet with Ralph Lauren strapless gown with embellished details.

Jessica Stam looks like a ballerina with a petal-pink tulle gown.

Jennifer Lopez in Gucci Fall 2011.

Karolina Kurkova opted for a Jean Paul Gaultier dress, Karolina simply beamed in black and white.

Kirsten Dunst wore a Chanel Fall 2010 Couture dress.

Madonna in Stella McCartney.

Michelle Williams In Miu Miu.

Miranda Kerr channeled a ballerina in a whimsical white Marchesa mini with a tulle skirt.

Ashley Olsen in vintage Christian Dior.


Mary Kate Olsen chose an unstructured red vintage dress with green detail for the Met Gala.

Nicole Richie kicked off the neutral looks in a bright white Jason Wu and Emma Roberts followed suit in a cutout Michael Kors. Pregnant Kate Hudson dressed her curves in Stella McCartney while Gwyneth Paltrow highlighted her hot body in a skintight backless gown by the same designer. Ashley Greene looked elegant in a one-of-a-kind Donna Karan gown after recently finishing up work on Breaking Dawn and Naomi Watts sparkled in sheer Stella McCartney.

Nicole Richie in Jason Wu.

Naomi Watts in nude Stella McCartney. 
Kate Hudson in champagne-colored metallic Stella McCartney dress.

Naomi Campbell opted for McQueen at the 2011 Met Gala. she added a gold McQueen clutch and accessorized with diamond-drop earrings and a brooch in her hair.

The supermodel Iman chose to wear a shimmering gold sequined Stella McCartney jumpsuit cinched in with a black jeweled belt.

Shalom Harlow looked like a majestic beauty in a nude and black gown by Marchesa.

Penelope Cruz in Oscar de la Renta gown.

Salma Hayek is one of the honorary chair's of this evening's Met Gala in NYC, and she was dressed the part in a nude Alexander McQueen gown.

Sarah Burton stepped out in her own angelic white McQueen at Met Gala in NYC.

Liv Tyler looked beautiful wearing Givenchy Spring 2011 Couture gown.

¿Cuales son tus favoritas?
Wich are your Met Gala Red Carpet Favorites?

4 comentarios:

Dave Vuitton dijo...

Es un desfile de buen gusto!

Me gusta muchisimo todo!

Besos Chipless by Dave

Lola dijo...

Mis favoritas son Diane Kruger y Miranda Kerr, espectaculares. Estos eventos son todo un desfile de glamour!



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