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Celebrities and fans alike wait all year long for the Met Gala. It’s the most over-the-top event on the social calendar and the perfect excuse to get more than creative with fashion. This year’s theme, “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” was really all over the place and we’ve seen some amazing gowns and extraordinary head pieces. But, there was also “fast food” and a few other tragedies. Take a look at our pick of the best and worst dressed at this year’s event.
The Best Looks
The supermodel wore a Valentino Haute Couture pale pink silk chiffon dress, along with a cape embroidered with feathers and sequins, designed for her by Pierpaolo Piccioli.
Janelle wore a dress that was custom made for her by Christian Siriano. The designer added in a special feature that made the eye on her dress blink.
Four outfit changes in 15 minutes! Lady Gaga wore a big, puffy hot pink gown made by Brandon Maxwell – which was unfastened to reveal a black gown, before it revealed a hot pink bodycon dress. Her final outfit was a bedazzled lingerie set.
The Oscar-winning actress was seen in an Atelier Versace column gown crafted from star-shaped macramé enriched with crystals in fuchsia tones. The dress was paired with a sculptural, hand-brushed organza cape enriched with bejewelled buttons.
Joan attended the Gala wearing a custom Valentino Haute Couture ivory silk dress with tone-on-tone feathers. Classic and beautiful.
The Worst Looks
Katy Perry takes the win – hands down. She was dressed by Moschini for the event but not particularly according to the theme. A hamburger and a chandelier is what she chose to express herself last night!
Dressed by Tommy Hilfiger in a navy jumpsuit and an exaggerated frilled coat – Kris looked dressed down next to her daughters!
A little too much green! Julianne was wearing a bold dress covered with sequins from Valentino Haute Couture, but it was just a little too much.
Donatella attended the Gala in a pattern crystal and jewel embroidered bodysuit paired with a flowing skirt which read “divine”. We think it’s not so divine…
By Fashion and Digital Assistant, Tiamara Naidoo
A fashion design graduate and the current fashion editor for Woman&Home magazine. She is a creative soul who thinks fashion should be an expression of one’s imagination, also she’s a self-proclaimed fashion guru.