Zendaya offered the most magical moment of the night, transforming into a real-life Cinderella with her very own fairy godmother (and stylist) Law Roach, who, with a wave of a wand, made her fit-for-a-princess Tommy Hilfiger gown light up from top-to-toe. Committing to the character, she even left behind a glass slipper on the red carpet for maximum fairytale effect.
Celine Dion Misunderstood The Theme In The Most Celine Dion Way Possible
The singer cheerfully told reporters that at first she had misinterpreted “Camp: Notes on Fashion” – envisioning a mass sleep over in the woods. Thankfully, Oscar de la Renta stepped in, designing a beaded, vampy gown for the songstress inspired by Judy Garland’s role as a vaudeville performer in the 1941 film Ziegfield Girl.
Cardi B Wore The Evening’s Most Memeable Gown
In a nod to the Met Gala’s theme, this year’s red carpet was in fact pink – until Cardi B showed up, that is, and covered nearly all of it with her oxblood look. The Grammy winner donned a custom Thom Browne gown with a train that measured nearly a dozen feet across and required a team of five to lift it up the Met’s grand staircase. Lining the bottom of the dress? More than 30,000 coque feathers. Let the comparison to Rihanna’s similarly vast Guo Pei gown in 2015 commence.
Source Author: KATIE BERRINGTON AND HAYLEY MAITLAND
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