Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, Rihanna & More Best Dressed from the Met Gala
Kim Kardashian in Peter Dundas for Roberto Cavalli.
Peter Dundas made his debut for Roberto Cavalli on Kim Kardashian's body, — not a bad way to make an entrance. Her white feathered dress is definitely the best bird-inspired dress of the night.
Selena Gomez in Vera Wang.
Selena Gomez is the perfect mix of naughty and nice with a beautiful floral headpiece, and a formfitting white gown with a cutout at the chest.
Derek Jeter in a tux and Hannah Davis in J. Mendel.
The press shy couple, who never make red carpet appearances together, made an exception for the Met Gala. The former MLB player, in a tux, looked sharp standing next to his lady love in a red hot cut out gown.
Wendi Murdoch in Oscar de la Renta.
The co-chair of the gala and of beautiful exhibition, “China: Through the Looking Glass,” Wendi Murdoch looked dazzling in a royal blue gown. The satin dress showed the appropriate amount of skin — at 46 she looked half her age — and the intricate floral beading on the dress matched the fauna in her hair.
Hailee Steinfeld in Michael Kors.
Now that the actress is 18, the always fashionable Hailee Steinfeld should be taking more risks yet this red silk dress is so conservative.
Kris Jenner in Balmain.
The matriarch absolutely dazzled in a draped red Balmain number, with the most glamorous gold drop earrings, that perfectly captured the spirit of the evening (in a completely inoffensive way).
Jessica Chastain in Givenchy.
Jessica Chastain is channeling classic screen siren Veronica Lake with her side-swept hair and metallic gold gown.
Amal Clooney in Margiela.
We love the way Amal's dress blends feminine and masculine influences. The studded details on her bodice are inspired by armor, while the cascading ruffles of her skirt are pure romanticism.
Zendaya in Fausto Puglisi.
The young star made her Met Ball debut in the best way ever. The headpiece and structural skirt are costumes fit for the Costume Institute (and just about no where else!).
Lady Gaga sure knows how to make an entrance, but long gone are the days where she would turn heads for her lack of clothing. She's instead a complete vision covered up in a lattice coat with oversized bell sleeves. Designer Alexander Wang by her side's the only accessory that mattered.
Chloe Sevigny in J.W. Anderson.
What happens when fashion's favorite It-girl Chloe Sevigny joins with fashion's current darling J.W. Anderson? Magic, of course. Her deconstructed cheongsam is feminine, avant-garde, and uniquely her.
Justin Bieber in Balmain.
Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing teased his date all week long, not being able to hold in his excitement over who he's bringing. His enthusiasm was warranted considering he dressed Justin Bieber just like G-Dragon.
Madonna in Moschino by Jeremy Scott.
Madonna's sartorial choices are often divisive: you love them or you hate them, but you can't deny they make a statement. For this year's Met Gala, she chose to shock by wearing a pretty traditional gown—at least for Madonna standards. Still, the customized black Moschino gown alluded to the singer's own "rebel" spirit with an allover "Rebel Heart" graffiti print.
Jennifer Lawrence in Christian Dior.
Jennifer Lawrence’s statement Christian Dior dress features one of the most original takes on florals of the night. Not content with just a bold print, the dress also featured a jeweled chest piece that wrapped around from the front to the open back. Her dewy, youthful makeup finished the look.
Kate Hudson in Michael Kors.
Like many other ladies, Kate Hudson opted for a gold Michael Kors dress with a crackled effect. It looks beautiful on her sculpted physique, but the loose tendrils around her face are distracting from her overall glamorous look.
Kerry Washington in Prada.
The "Scandal" actress broke the mold in a pink satin Prada gown with a voluminous mullet skirt. Her green satin shoes only added to her outfit's uniqueness.
Rose Byrne and Bobby Canavale in Calvin Klein.
The good looking couple was even more, well, good looking all done up in Calvin Klein.
Jessica Alba in Kenzo.
Jessica Alba was dressed by an actual Chinese designer in kimono-inspired dress (hey, at least it's Asian).
Gigi Hadid in Diane von Furstenberg.
Hadid kept it super simple in a red dress with lace trim.
Katy Perry in Moschino.
Katy Perry, with her date and dress designer Jeremy Scott, is wearing a gown straight off his recent runway show. She completed the graffiti look wearing her "Kris Jenner" wig.
Miley Cyrus in Alexander Wang.
Miley's heavy metal cutout Alexander Wang dress would've been perfect for the PUNK exhibit the Met held just two years ago. We know Miley likes to ruffle feathers but this look still left us wanting more (and that's not to say that we don't love it).
Jennifer Lopez with Donatella Versace, both in Versace.
No one knows the power of a dress like J.Lo, and this sheer dragon concoction by Donatella Versace is all the proof you need. There's even a surprise on the side showing off her most coveted asset.
Sofia Vergara in Marchesa with Joe Manganiello.
The "Modern Family" actress was ethereal in a Marchesa gown with her handsome fiancé by her side.
Chloe Grace Moretz in Coach.
The face of Coach went short in a fun flirty Coach dress.
Lizzy Caplan in Donna Karan.
Actress Lizzy Caplan makes a subtle splash in a beautifully draped Donna Karan satin gown with pearl details.