Met Gala 2017

The elite of showbiz gathered at the Metropolitan Museum in New York, for the 2017 Met Gala and the annual costume institute exhibition under the theme Rei Kawakubo / Comme des Garçons.

Rei Kawakubo is the first living designer since Yves Saint Laurent in 1983, to be the sole subject of the Met’s blockbuster fashion exhibit.

 

 

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1-Lily-Rose DEPP, CHANEL ambassador, wore a pink satin bustier dress embroidered with sequin flowers, look 52, from the Spring-Summer 2000 Haute Couture collection. She wore Chanel Jewelry. 2-Cara DELEVINGNE, face of CHANEL’S GABRIELLE Bag, wore a fully embroidered iridescent silver organza jacket and pant ensemble with a metallic leather belt, look 27, from the Spring-Summer 2017 Haute Couture collection. Chanel fine jewelry 3-Brie LARSON wore a gold embellished silk organza top and gold organza skirt with feathers, look 58, from the Paris-Cosmopolite Ready-to-wear collection. CHANEL Fine Jewelry.

 

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1-Gwyneth Paltrow wearing Emerald cut 2 stone diamond drop earrings from Harry Winston and a pale pink one-shoulder Calvin Klein dress 2-Naomi Watts wearing Harry Winston’s Sparkling cluster collection

 

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Sofia Richie chose to accessorize her look by wearing Messika Paris jewelry, on the occasion of the Met Gala.

 

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1-Jennifer Lopez and Alexander Rodriguez in Valentino, Jennifer Lopez wore Harry Winston diamond jewelry set in platinum. 2-Monica Bellucci wore Valentino Haute Couture gown 3-Ruth Nega in Valention

 

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1- Blake Lively wore a gold gown comprised of delicate gold chains with multi-color feather accents, a stunning dress.Ryan Reynolds was dapper in a navy blue Versace tuxedo. 2- Kylie Jenner wore a fully beaded rose gold gown with 3D floral accents and a cascading beaded cape comprised of Swarovski fringes. 3-Serena Williams wore an emerald green chiffon gown with vertical beaded accents and a dramatic train.

 



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Rihanna selected to wear pieces from the Chopard co-designed «Rihanna Loves Chopard» High Jewelry capsule collection. The floral earrings and the ring are set with precious stones and she had a Chopard watch on her wrist.

 

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Celebrities Catherine Deneuve, Luke Evans, Nicolas Ghesquiere, Jennifer Connelly, Rila Fukushima dressed in Louis Vuitton.

 

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Selena Gomez, the new face of Coach, wore a custom look designed by Coach, the gown in pale blush-colored silk chiffon featured vintage lace paneling complemented with a deep neckline.

 

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1-Julianne Moore wore a Calvin Klein By Appointment organza slip dress embroidered with translucent beads and embellished with polychromatic hand-painted feathers. She also wore Calvin Klein pumps and clutch. 2-Barry Jenkins wore a CALVIN KLEIN black wool double-breasted pique lapel tuxedo and white poplin dress shirt.

 

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1-Kerry Washington wore a custom black double-crepe-sablé cutout gown with silver patchwork embroidery, silver Niki snake skin sandals from the Fall 2017 Michael Kors Collection. 2-Mandy Moore wore a custom black asymmetrical cashmere gown with hand-embroidered floral corsages, a black cashmere glove, silver asymmetrical studded earrings, a silver studded ring and a silver python clutch. 3-Natasha Poly wore a custom crimson asymmetrical stretch-cady cutout gown with sequin-and-crystal embroidery, black Jacqueline leather sandals and a crimson snakeskin clutch.

 

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1-Actress Deepika Padukone wore a custom Hilfiger Collection white silk slip gown with jeweled shoulder straps. 2-Supermodel Gigi Hadid wore a custom Hilfiger Collection nude deconstructed jacket dress with silk tulle skirt. 3-Dee Hilfiger and Tommy Hilfiger in Tommy Hilfiger.

 

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H&M designed looks for Nicki Minaj, Future Ashley Graham, Joe Jonas, Jourdan Dunn, Sasha Lane and Stella Maxwell for the 2017 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit.

Model Ashley Graham wore a corset dress influenced by Kawakubo’s interest in revealing the inner workings of garments. An off-white corset was subtly deconstructed, while a long red silk skirt was boned and fastened by hook-and-eyes, both decorated with exuberant ruffles of dark red silk organza.