Best Dressed: Met Gala

Fashion at the Met Gala is always extremely captivating, yet confusing.  The themes are not always understood, and the attendees do not always dress for the theme, but that only makes it more interesting.  Tonight, Emma Watson wore the sequel to her pants/dress ensemble from the White House Correspondents Dinner, Kanye West accessorized by putting alien contact lenses in his eyes, and Claire Danes literally glowed.  The theme this year was “Manus X Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology,” which basically boiled down to a lot of florals, metallics, gothic makeup, and chunky boots.  As the night went on, I ended up seeing a lot of looks that I loved – check them out!

amber-heard-f41608b5-d3bb-4869-ab60-9cc7d3fe52a6Amber Heard had the Midas touch in Ralph Lauren Collection.

margot-robbieMargot Robbie brought the California Girl-look to New York in this clean-cut Calvin Klein Collection gown and Tiffany & Co. jewels.

enhanced-22813-1462237629-1Naomi Watts’ Burberry combined the two biggest trends of the night: heavy metal and florals.

met-gala-2016-getty-dakota-fanningDakota Fanning looked like a blonde Morticia Adams in Nina Ricci.

met-gala-2016-getty-emily-ratajkowskiEmily Ratajkowski was fierce (do people even still say that?) in Prabal Gurung.

ChfbpR1WIAArJjL.jpg-largeKarolina Kurkova’s Marchesa gown was one of my favorites!  It had all the etherealness of springtime AND the flowers lit up.

enhanced-6609-1462239702-7If there was a prize for best detail, Rachel McAdams’ Valentino gown would win.

ChfmDkyVEAAEbe9.jpg-largeAs usual, Beyoncé showed up fashionably late, this time in latex Givenchy.

nina-dobrev-met-gala-2016Nina Dobrev was golden in Marchesa

blake-back-zoom-0adb579f-e70e-4fc8-b62e-090b760e51e9Blake Lively stunned in this caped confection from Burberry.

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