Check out Woman This Month’s favourite dresses from the Met Gala 2015 which had the theme, China: Through the Looking Glass. The event happened at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Georgia May Jagger
Mick Jagger’s daughter opted for Gucci wearing a custom lilac silk georgette, belted, floor-length gown embellished with an Asian multi-coloured motif of flowers and birds. The details were hand embroidered with silk threads, glass beads and crystal. Black patent leather, lace-up boots with pom pom detail finished the look.
The model and daughter of Stephen Baldwin abandoned her bright blond tresses and unveiled a dark brunette hairstyle for the event. The 18-year-old went high-street picking a short Topshop dress, instead of popular floor-length designer numbers. The robin’s egg blue shade and embellished elements finalised her youthful look.
The Into the Woods star picked a steel blue Prada dress to stand out on the evening. The gown’s eye-catching elements are the keyhole neckline, the crystal embellishments and, of course, the navy cape. The colour coordination is a plus and the detailing in both dress and cape, elevates the sophistication of the gown.
The famous human rights attorney stunned in a Maison Margiela number by John Galliano. The red gown and its numerous layers stole the night and not even her most precious accessory, her husband George, could compete with that. The dress featured a sequinned bodice and tiers of red silk, some adorned with white lace detailing. A new interpretation to the classic strapless frock.
The Australian model stunned in a long-sleeved intricate design from Valentino. The deep velvet, floor-length frock covered her entire figure, however, her silhouette was still visible with the heavy embellishment sitting on a sheer background. She paired her jaw-dropping dress with a black cat clutch for a funky and fun touch.
The Oscar winner showed up on the red carpet wearing a gold, hooded dress from Ralph Lauren Collection. The column evening dress was custom-made in gold lame which made her look slender and statuesque while posing for the cameras. The actress usually chooses simple gowns, but this time simplicity took on a new level of inventiveness, thumbs up!