The Met Gala is many things: a promotion for a museum exhibition, the red carpet to end all red carpets, and a fundraiser for one of fashion’s biggest institutions. With stakes that high, designers pull out all the stops to create our era’s most iconic, relevant looks. As usual, ApparelMagic clients pulled together some of the most talked-about ensembles of the night.
La La Anthony chose a look by LaQuan Smith that was all glamour, all the time, just like the woman herself. The dress by Smith was in his signature sleek, sultry mode, and it stood out for its subtle nod to the night’s theme of Gilded Glamour. Learn more about how Smith uses ApparelMagic to manage his brand’s growing success.
Red carpet stalwart Prabal Gurung also dressed a number of the most stylish celebrities for fashion’s biggest night.
Gurung dressed pop star Camila Cabello in a midriff-baring white duchesse satin gown with a magnificent train.
Model Quannah Chasinghorse wore a diaphanous blue gown by the designer.
Actress Ashley Park of Emily in Paris fame was dressed in a gilded-age appropriate look: corsetry up top with a ostrich feather skirt.
And speaking of the gilded age, Denée Benton, star of the Gilded Age television series, updated her on-screen look with upcycled silk in vibrant red and shocking pink.
Fresh off of her latest starring role, Michelle Yeoh was resplendent in a Prabal Gurung gown in mint green.
Also dressed by Gurung was KiKi Layne, who accessorized her full-skirted pink dress with pristine opera gloves.