Wednesday, 9 May 2018

MET GALA 2018: SAINTS + SINNERS


My favourite look from the Met Gala came from Alessandro Michele, Lana Del Rey and Jared Leto. It's beautiful Gucci maximalism at its best.


Zoe Kravitz wearing Anthony Vaccarello for Saint Laurent isn't the most respectful of looks from the red carpet with it resembling a head covering worn to pay respect. However, she looks amazing so I'll forgive her.


Another look where morals could be questioned as Rihanna dressed as a Pope in Margiela and Louboutin. Nobody else could pull this off.


Little rant here. Why did we dress Ashley Graham like this? Yes she looks stunning but it looks like any old red carpet look, not a Met Gala dress based on fashion and the Catholic Imagination. I can't help but think her position as a plus size model prevented an exciting design from gracing our Instagram. The girl deserves better.


Send her back to Coachella.


Someone please inform me how this relates to the theme.


Gigi Hadid's Versace gown was incredible. I love the angelic reference with the golden wing.


Cara Delevigne in Dior is beautiful, the paneling is different to other dresses and I love the headpiece.


I don't love it, yes it's a gorgeous golden Versace dress, but its predictable.


The most head turning gown came from Blake Lively in Versace. Taking over 600 hours to make I believe the outcome is breathtaking and reflects the Heavenly Bodies theme perfectly.


I adore Lily Collins Givency dress. The headpiece is gorgeous, the cross detail she's holding is beautiful and I love the gothic influences.

[ PHOTOGRAPHY: Vogue ]

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