Yesterday was the Met Gala, which trumps the Oscars as the day to Fashion browse. The fact that I think its such a fabulous opportunity makes me even madder about this year’s theme: Punk. Really, I was just waiting for the disasters to happen in this Gala. And I have to say I was right. Compared to the fabulousness of previous years, this red carpet was quite lackluster. For those in theme, of course I wasn’t totally diggin the fashion (even if I was appreciating the effort). For those completely out of theme, they just looked out of place, and for those in the middle it was just an excuse to badly accessorize. It was not all bad though, and there is still a lot to check out!
You can browse all the looks in these galleries: Refinery 29, EW, The Cut, In Style, The Daily Beast, Fashion Foie Gras, Forbes, Hollywood Reporter & AP. if you are so inclined you can even purchase some of the looks at Moda Operandi
Some reviews: 29 “Punk” Things That Happened On The Met Gala Red Carpet, Fashion Medley, Huffington Post, Celebuzz, Eonline, Fug Girls Live Blog of the evet
Here are some of my fashion Highlights:
Who I liked as Punk – Te great dresses that were actually on theme
Anne Hathaway – Valentino
Anja Rubik — Anthony Vaccarello
Cara Delevingne — Burberry
Miley Cyrus — Marc Jacobs
Doutzen Kroes —Theyskens’ Theory
Sarah Jessica Parker – Giles Deacon gown with a Philip Treacy headpiece
Gisele Bundchen -Anthony Vaccarello
Ginnifer Goodwin – Tory Burch
Sienna Miller – Burberry
Amanda Seyfried – Givenchy
Good Dresses – Though they were not punk at all!
Beyoncé – Givenchy
Taylor Swift – J. Mendel
Blake Lively – Gucci
The You Didn’t Even Try Awards – i.e. you wore this to a punk gala?
Gwyneth Paltrow Valentino
Anna Wintour – Chanel
This is what it was all about:
Julie Macklowe – Zang Toi.