The “Bridesmaids” actress wore a bright orange lace tea-length sleeveless dress from the Winter 2012 Evening collection by designer Stella McCartney.
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The “What To Expect When You’re Expecting” star was a guest of designer Stella McCartney along with actress Kristen Wiig and rapper M.I.A. Cameron wore a custom made beaded long-sleeve gown with a draped open back.
She kept her look minimal as the dress shimmered enough to grab all of the attention. Cameron carried a gold evening clutch and wore drop diamonds earrings. | continue reading..
The “Bel Ami” actress hit the red carpet with Thakoon Panichgul in a custom made cocktail dress that featured black netting over a ivory charmeuse dress.
The pale fabric asymmetrically pleated at the bodice before traveling down into a pencil cut dress. As for the back, the design blossomed into a huge ribbon bow with strips that pooled at the floor behind Christina. | continue reading..
The 37-year-old actress was a “Best Dressed” contender in a gorgeous dark red silk chiffon halterneck gown that looked like it was built around her body. Talk about a custom dress — this was one of the most perfect fitting gowns I’ve ever seen on someone.
Between the color, design and fit — it was a gorgeous creation indeed. | continue reading..
The “House of Lies” actress was a guest of designer Tommy Hilfiger who designed this multiwrap halter design with a long keyhole opening at the bodice and a gathered waist.
It was a very sleek and chic cut on Kristen — and the color was so vibrantly beautiful.
I like that she wore her long blonde hair pin straight, but pulled to the side before finishing off with gold jewelry and a matching metallic evening clutch.
She definitely caught and kept my attention.
Kristen finished off her look with bronze metallic platform “Greta” sandals by Jimmy Choo.
What did you think of Kristen’s MET look?
Paula Patton has had a rollercoaster of looks lately; sometimes it’s so good and sometimes it’s beyond bad. For the MET Gala on Monday night — it was beyond great!
The “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” actress stunned in a lilac wrapped gown with asymmetric cutting edge at the bodice that was custom designed for her by Vera Wang.
Paula attended the gala as a guest of Wang.
Not only did the dress fit like a dream, but everything else was working in her favor too. Paula’s long dark hair looked chic in a low ponytail that showcased her mesmerizing pink stone cluster earrings and her make-up was both complimenting and beautiful.
She finished off the look with a gunmetal leather minaudière.
What did you think of Paula’s MET look?
Heidi Klum built up some serious hype over her custom lace gown by Escada that she wore to the MET Gala on Monday night.
When she hit the red carpet we got a full look at her cap-sleeve, blue grey dress that was short underneath with a layer of lace that featured a sexy thigh slit.
I love how she dressed it up with gothic gunmetal layered necklaces, rings and bracelets before finishing off with a matching manicure and the perfect shoes – Christian Louboutin “Super Vic” pumps. | continue reading..
How fabulous did Amy look at the MET Gala on Monday night in her peplum bustier gown by Fotini? Her black liquid dress featured a full train in dramatic black feathers.
I like the dress on her a lot, but I really love the fact that she accessorized with gorgeous green drop earrings. While I love her unkempt wavy chignon hairstyle, I wish a few pieces were pulled up to show off those stunning baubles.
She completed her look with bright pink lips, a black evening clutch and matching nails as well as open toe platform pumps.
Her smokey eyes were a bit too dark, but it’s the MET … it works.
What did you think of Amy’s MET look?
Rising singer Lana Del Rey made her Metropolitan Costume Institute Gala debut on Monday night as the guest of the designer Joseph Altuzarra.
Altuzarra dressed Lana in a silver metallic sweetheart gown before layering on theatrics with a floor-length sheer black cape.
I felt like she was going for a ‘Gwyneth Paltrow at the 2012 Oscars – meets – Florence Welch’ look.
Lana’s hair looked really nice styled in side-parted soft, voluminous cascading waves, but I really hate her lipstick. Many ladies opted for a dark hued pout that night, but it looks more gothic on Lana than it does glam.
She completed her look with smokey eyes and diamond jewelry.
What did you think of Lana’s MET look?
I love the color and the slight petal ruffling on the sweetheart bodice and peplums, but the wrinkling on her skirt is distracting in a not-so-good way.
Overall, Emma looked very pretty.
She added some dazzle to the look with Christian Louboutin “Disconoeud” platform sandals, a sparkling clutch, diamond Bulgari bangles and matching earrings that stuck out amongst her retro pinned curls.
What did you think of Emma’s MET look?