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The Met Gala's Manus x Machina theme said nothing about having to wear a gown - so these women bravely defied convention and showed up to walk the famed Museum staircase in some very chic pants. So while there was a red carpet crowded...Show More Summary
The first Monday in May didn't deliver flowers, but rather a flurry of gowns. The Met Gala's many stunning arrivals, which ranged from staunch devotees of this year's Manus x Machina theme to more romantic, princess-inspired gowns, mean...Show More Summary
Taylor Swift's blossoming bad-girl stye finally took a turn at the 2016 Met Gala. The Gala's cochair brought punk to the mainstream and kept her newly bleached bob, which she also rocked this year on the May cover of Vogue and at Coachella.
Considering Kate Middleton only just posed for her first-ever Vogue shoot, we would never expect to spot her at an event like the Met Gala. But that's not to say two other equally stylish royals wouldn't be in attendance. For 2016'sShow More Summary
As most celebrities ascended the Met Gala stairs in dazzling gowns, Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner pulled a 180 and wore their best #girlboss suits. The two had a good reason for wearing these striking black and white outfits, though.Show More Summary
Anna Wintour may dole out the invites, but we're enlisting you to weigh in on the Met Gala's best dresses. Who stayed on theme, who went all out glam, and who may have missed the mark? You tell us when you swipe right (or left!) right here.
The theme at tonight's Met Gala was all about the infusion of fashion and technology. So then how do you ignore the Disney princesses? They're animated characters, sure, but they practically came to life this evening when the likes of...Show More Summary
Rachel McAdams's style always pleasantly surprises us. The star flies just under the radar until - BAM! - a major event occurs, and then she claims the spotlight for herself, leaving us thinking about her ensemble for weeks afterward. Show More Summary
After last year's sheer and feathered number, did you really think Kim Kardashian would show up to the Met Gala in anything less than spectacular? The star made sure all eyes were on her, stepping out in a silver Balmain number, while her husband, Kanye West, wore... Show More Summary
Blake Lively might have ditched her husband, Ryan Reynolds, for Burberry Chief Creative and Chief Executive Officer Christopher Bailey at the Met Gala, but we can't say we blame her - not when he designed her a gown this lovely. TheShow More Summary
Sure, they're invited or attend award shows with significant others, but models have their own major event worth getting fancy for: the Met Gala. And this year, all our favorites showed up in breathtaking ensembles, looking just as stunning...Show More Summary
Last year, Beyoncé arrived last to the Met Gala in an embellished Givenchy naked dress. But if in 2015 "naked" meant a see-through sheath, this time, it's all about latex. The singer selected a puff-sleeved, body-hugging gown with pink and orange floral embellishments, the look textured and, from afar, almost skin-like. Show More Summary
Though she arrived on the Met Gala red carpet at Zayn Malik's side, Gigi held her own in this fierce Tommy Hilfiger number. Taking a high, T-neck silhouette, Gigi's gray gown was complete with a sheer train that revealed her silver sequined...Show More Summary
We'll always remember Sarah Jessica Parker's epic Oscar de la Renta gown draped dramatically across the Met Gala stairs in 2014, but tonight SJP went a different route. Opting for an understated white pantsuit from Monse and a pair of...Show More Summary
It's not really a shocker when Ciara steps out in a supersexy outfit: after all, she's the same woman who slayed a football game in a low-cut, caped design. But when we saw the star at this year's Met Gala, we couldn't believe our eyes. Show More Summary
Lady Gaga forgot her pants, but her Met Gala look wasn't lacking when it came to the wow factor. The singer/style chameleon took the Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology theme to heart, showing off a futuristic Versace corset and embellished jacket. It's a high-octane look for sure, but is it a winner?
If we were Kate Upton, we'd be thrilled enough to debut such a gorgeous cutout Topshop number on the Met Gala red carpet. But the actress had yet another surprise up her single sleeve: she's newly engaged to her beau, Justin Verlander,...Show More Summary
If you're a big Disney fan, you might want to hold onto your seat: at this year's Met Gala, Claire Danes will be a real-life Cinderella. The star will no doubt make a statement once she steps out on the red carpet in a light-up Zac Posen gown, but until then, we only have the 'grams. Show More Summary
While Rihanna won't be attending this year's Met Gala, Zoe Saldana took over the role of sweeping the floor with her train. The actress arrived on the red carpet in a strapless Dolce & Gabbana design that featured a rainbow of feathers. Show More Summary
Selena Gomez wasn't the only star to show up to this year's Met Gala in an edgy, slightly sexy Louis Vuitton ensemble. Alicia Vikander walked the red carpet with designer Nicolas Ghesquière, Taylor Swift had a major machine moment in the label, and Michelle Williams wore a mini that fit the bill. Show More Summary