Best Looks From Met Gala 2018

For all the fashion enthusiasts, the Met Gala is easily one of the most anticipated fashion events on the fashion calendar. Met Gala 2018 is the most challenging I have seen and I must admit I am very surprised, in the best way possible of this year’s theme, “Heavenly Bodies : Fashion and Catholic Imagination”. I’m bringing you the best looks from Met Gala 2018 red carpet.

It took several years for curator Andrew Bolton to convince the Vatican to give its blessing to the theme. But it turned out that exploring divine inspirations in fashion is not only pushing some sacred boundaries, it’s also serving a grandiose spectacle.

Here are some of my favorite looks from the event that nail the theme of the year :

Fashion icon and Met Gala regular Sarah Jessica Parker is wearing Dolce & Gabbana‘s interpretation of this year’s theme. Photograph: Dia Dipasupil/WireImage
Kate Bosworth is serving the preeminent ethereal look from Oscar de la Renta’s designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia. Photograph: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Image
Singer Katy Perry showed up with a giant pair of feathered wings, a gold Versace mini dress and thigh-high boots. Archangel inspired, perhaps? Photograph: John Shearer/Getty Images
Lily Collins in black Givenchy outfit.  Photograph: Andrew H. Walker/REX/Shutterstock

 

Ariana Grande in Vera Wang‘s masterpiece gown, printed with Michaelangelo’s iconic fresco The Last Judgement from the Sistine Chapel. Photograph: John Shearer/Getty Images
Priyanka Chopra in strapless burgundy Ralph Lauren dress. Photograph: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images.
Gigi Hadid arrived in a sweeping, all-over-embellished, asymmetrical gown by the event’s co-host, Donatella Versace
This Donatella Versace angel wing theme dress got me. Gigi Hadid looking ever so stunning. Photograph: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP
One of people’s favourite golden angels Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in caped Ralph Lauren gown. Photograph: Andrew H. Walker/REX/Shutterstock
When you have Lana Del Rey and Jared Leto channeling the most recognisable Christian figures. Well, I believe you can figure them out yourselves. Well done Gucci! Photograph: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP
Greta Gerwig
Greta Gerwig’s monastic look from The Row is simple yet speaks a volume for the theme. Photograph : Getty Images
We are no strangers to seeing Madonna wearing a crown. She did it again and wore a dress by Jean Paul Gaultier, the king of couture. Photograph: Charles Sykes/Invision/AP
Zendaya is the modern Joan of Arc in Versace. Photograph : Getty Images
Diane Kruger serving us going to church in the 17th century realness with a gown designed by Prabal Gurung. Photograph: David Fisher/Rex/Shutterstock
Blake Lively is feeling like pulling all the stops. She wore a dramatic Versace gown that is said to have taken 600 hours to make and a fitting tiara. All hail Queen Blake! Photograph: Taylor Hill/Getty Images
Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton design. Photograph: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images
In my opinion, Rihanna’s papal inspired look from Maison Margiela by John Galliano takes the crown for this year’s best dressed. Take a bow Rihanna! You put on quite a show. Photograph  : John Shearer / Getty Images
I salute you Chadwick Boseman! The only male contender in my curated Met Gala 2018 best looks. Photograph: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

 

I had so much fun curating the best looks from Met Gala 2018. I hope you enjoy the looks too. I hold such a high appreciation for all the designers and celebrities who took the challenge and really created looks that nailed the theme.

I can’t wait to see what Met Gala has in store for us next year!

Love,

Angelina.

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