The Metropolitan Museum of art’s Costume Institute Gala was probably the most fashion-forward event of the year. The star-studded red carpet evening showed the mesmerizingly glittering and glamorous moves of Hollywood divas.
Some beauties flaunted their ultra-feminine style while other went with the season’s charm by opting for some bold and vivacious colors. Retro hair-dos, color blocking, art-deco jewelry and spring make-up along with the sensational ensembles were the highlights of the evening.
From Gwyneth Paltrow’s every-inch glowing looks to Beyonce’s post-baby sheer glamour and Paula Patton and Dianna Agron’s spring charm here are the most fabulous styles that bedazzled the Costume Institute Gala on Monday.
Beauties in hues of Pink:
Paula Patton went all spring in banded strapless Vera Wang lavender gown. She enhanced her looks with a pair of pink and lavender chandeliers and a gleaming cocktail ring. Amber Heard and Allison Williams were other fuschia fairies. Amber took a turn to sea charm in a mermaid Zac Posen gown whereas Allison opted for a column Ralph Lauren gown.
The Tangerine Talks:
Kristen Wiig’s lacy orange McCartney frock was a sweet pick for the evening. In contrast to her, Kristen Bell and Ginnifer Goodwin opted for very sensual and subtle looks. The former picked a juicy tangerine keyhole cutout and gathered waist halter Tommy Hilfiger gown and the latter went for an orange Monique Lhuillier gown which had some lacy detailing on the collar.
From Beyonce to Amy Poehler many beauties went for the designer numbers with long trains. They were sensual yet the floor sweeping add-on brought the extra essence to their red carpet sensations. Beyonce’s sheer ensemble with heavy peek-a-boo sequin work and an extra long purple feather train instantly became the talk of the town. Similar to her Nina Dobrev’s asymmetrical Donna Karan low-cut liquid gold and black swirling ensemble with a to-die-for train was a big hit at the gala. Renee Zellweger’s Emilio Pucci backless feathered train gown was a commanding addition to the night’s glitter.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s gala brought every color of spring on the red carpet. Dianna Agron’s emerald vaporous Carolina Herrera gown with a retro up-do reminded us about the 1920s charming fashion. Similar to her Jaime King and Hilary Swanks’ red hues and January Jones and Solange Knowles electric yellow glamor were some fresh hues from the flowery fields of spring.