The Met Gala, also the biggest evening of the year of fashion, introduced a new theme in 2022. And not in 2021 In America: The Lexicon of Fashioncelebrities were ordered to get dressed In America: An Anthology of Fashion, with an emphasis on “gilded glamor”. Despite the change in fine print, some participants understood the subject perfectly and found themselves in their best New York glamor of the late 19th century.
Blake Lively was only successful on the red carpet Met, but this year she was a step above her peers. Her Versace dress before our eyes turned into Lady Liberty with an embroidered crystal train inspired by the famous ceiling of the constellation Central Station.
With two award-winning views, Blake’s look was equally stunning and thoughtful, with its geometric bodice influenced by the Empire State Building and the hustle and bustle inspired by the Half-Age. .
Jodi Turner-Smith According to the British actress, she looked luxurious in her peach-gold Gucci dress, which aimed to convey the “extraordinary and fantastic” energy of the Golden Age.
Kaya Gerber fed Lady Godiva’s hair on the red carpet, stealing her breath as her mother Cindy Crawford approached her. Her dress Alexander McQueen added drama.
Do you recognize this dress? This is Marilyn Monroe’s dress, validwhich she wore to sing “Happy Birthday, Mr. President.” Kim Kardashian borrowed a 60-year-old dress Believe it or not Ripley! display, which he purchased for $ 4.81 million. This, ladies and gentlemen, is one of the most expensive dresses in the world.
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