The "This Is Us" actress sported vibrant lilac eyeshadow with a touch of silver paint at the inner corners and an origami-inspired updo at the Met Gala.
The Met Gala is the most-watched fashion event of the year, where celebrities step out in some dramatic and extravagant pieces. On Monday, the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute held its 69th gala, which serves as a fundraiser — but a fun one with a fashion focus. For 2017, the exhibition honors Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons. Her eccentric designs are uncommon on the red carpet but fit perfectly in a gallery — and at a party. While the theme was a tad challenging for some stars to pay homage, many boldly chose to rise to the challenge. Here’s a look at the best of the 2017 Met Gala.
Maxi dresses were all over the Met Gala. We show you who wore the look the best and give you some maxi dress options great for red carpets or real life.
The actual Met Gala is held inside one of the world’s most impressive museums, with a collection of art so expansive it spans multiple New York City blocks. And while the annual party sees celebrities wearing dramatic looks in line with a particular theme, with 2017’s being “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art Of The In-Between,” the outfits generally aren’t very conducive for doing much more than walking the red carpet and heading right to one’s seat.
This year’s Rei Kawakubo-themed Met Gala has proved to be one of the most fashion-forward in its nearly 70-year history.
Welcome to that annual sartorial showdown known as the Met Ball, which raises funds for the Anna Wintour Costume Center, and this year, celebrates enigmatic and crazy-talented Japanese designer Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons.
On the Met Gala red carpet, some stars steered clear of the over-the-top, unwearable dresses typically associated with Rei Kawakubo and her Comme des Garçons label, instead embracing the designer's aesthetic with Japanese-inspired hairstyles.
When it comes to fancy fêtes like the Met Gala, is bald the new updo? Model and actress Cara Delevingne may agree, as she rocked a silver-painted shaved head to accentuate her disco fever getup.
Kendall Jenner goes all out for the “bare” look at the Met Gala, harking back to a sheer black dress of yesteryear.
Kim Kardashian kept her makeup very soft with a mix of nudes on her lips and a pinch of white eyeshadow near her tear ducts.
Serena Williams just announced her first pregnancy — and attended her second Met Gala. On Monday, the athlete attended the fundraiser for the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. While typically seen in short skirts and dresses made of spandex and cotton on the tennis courts, she switched things up in a green Atelier Versace gown.
Kendall Jenner upped her beauty game with a full flutter of voluminous lashes and punchy red lips, which are very reminiscent of the late Marilyn Monroe's signature vamp beauty.
Kylie Jenner proves the sheer trend is here to stay. The reality star attended the 2017 Met Gala wearing a totally see-through dress from Atelier Versace.