Met Gala 2014 Fashion: The Good, The Bad, The We're Not Quite Sure [Pictures]
Fashion's finest waltzed down the red carpet at last night's Met Gala, but did everybody get it right?
Fashion’s biggest annual event took place last night. The Met Gala 2014 is probably the glitziest event of the year, Oscars included, and gives the celebs the chance to really go to town with their attire. Last night’s do was no different, with the world’s top fashion houses grabbing the opportunity to deck out a celeb in their latest designs. So, who wore what?
To be fair to Kim, at last year’s Met Ball she was heavily pregnant. It can be hard to dress a bump the size of Everest so we’ll (at least try to) forgive the flowery monstrosity (with matching gloves and shoes…slightly harder to forgive) that she showed up in last year. Fortunately, this year she got it spot on, dressed in midnight blue Lanvin with a black silk waist belt.
Suki looked stunning in custom made Burberry
Burberry jumped at the opportunity to dress their hot new model in a head-to-toe custom made design. Suki looked positively dreamlike in her nude lace layered skirt, which she styled just right with a splash of red lipstick and a pair of diamond earrings.
Marriage must suit Blake, because she’s never looked better. Her figure looked extraordinary in a custom made Gucci Premiere gown, set off by the 1950 screen siren waves in her blonde hair and a statement ring.
Kristen's Chanel look had just too much going on
Kristen looks undeniably striking in her new Chanel campaign, sadly the look just doesn’t translate off the set. Looking sort of like a glittery hen in head-to-toe Chanel, this look is just too all over the place for our taste.
Katie's yellow Marchesa is a bit too dated, in our opinion
Katie’s Marchesa gown just screams oversized grandma’s curtains to us. The colour is garish while the detailing looks like she’s had a nosebleed. Something about coloured taffeta looking material is just too 1980's prom dress. On the flip side, her hair and makeup looks beautiful.
Best and Worst...Simultaneously
Amber Heard looked gorgeous, but Johnny looked too try hard
They may be all loved up, but that doesn’t mean that they’re in sync. Amber Heard looked divine in her Giambattista Valli gown, but Johnny just looked like he was trying too hard. Depp doesn’t seem as effortlessly cool as he once was, perhaps if he stopped trying to be quirky he’d actually be quirky again.
We’re Not Quite Sure
Kirsten's Star Wars themed dress was great fun, but was it right for the Met Ball?
On the catwalk we loved Rodarte’s Star Wars themed dresses, but in practice we just can’t make our minds up. Good on Kirsten Dunst for giving such a brave dress a go though!