A Close Look At The 20 Wildest Gowns From The 2015 Met Gala

2015 Met Gala gowns

New York’s most coveted annual event, the 2015 Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art brings out the best when it comes to fashion. This year the theme was 2015: China: Through the Looking Glass and dresses were crazy, beautiful and daring. Here’s a good look at the wildest – and in some cases weirdest- fashions worn to last night’s 2015 Met Gala by some of the best known celebrities.

2015 Met Gala gowns

Rihanna
Standing out the most was a “impossible-to-miss” Rihanna wearing designer Gou Pei:

Zendaya
Zendaya wore a “short in front, long in back” gown by Fausto Puglisi with matching tiara and cuffs:

Katy Perry
Katy Perry wore Moschino by Jeremy Scott complete with Spray paint can handbag and graffiti gloves. As you can see in the second photo, designer Scott wore a matching tux:

Beyoncé
Beyoncé in Givenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci had strategically placed embellishments:

Solange Knowles
Solange Knowles opted for “wearable art” by irreverent designer Giles Deacon:

Jlo
Jennifer Lopez left her undies home for the night as she showed ‘side-bottom’ in her red spangled Versace Atelier gown:

Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker wore a gown from H&M punctuated with red poppies on the train and shoulder, but her custom headpiece by London milliner Philip Treacy said Dragon Lady:

Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga in black sequined cat suit with matching boots and a trellis-like kimono coat by Balenciaga:

Rosie Huntington-Whitely
Rosie Huntington Whitely looked model glam in Versace Atelier:

Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian wore a beaded and feathered see through Roberto Cavalli Gown:

10 more gowns worth a mention

Madonna looked great in a graffiti embellished Jeremy Scott gown:

Amal Clooney in Maison Margiela:

Miley Cyrus in Alexander Wang:

Jessica Hart in Valentino:

Joan Smalls in Prabal Gurung:

Keri Russell in Altuzarra:

Lizzy Caplan in Donna Karan Atelier:

Olivia Wilde in Michael Kors gown, clutch and gloves:

FKA Twigs (in Christopher Kane) and Robert Pattison:

Anne Hathaway in Ralph Lauren:
images courtesy of Larry Busacca and Andrew Toth for Getty Images

A terrific documentary, The First Monday In May, was made about preparing for this particular Met Gala and the accompanying exhibit that is worth watching,

I have posted at least 80 gowns from the event on my Friggen Fabulous Fashions Pinterest board – be sure to check them out.

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