As I’ve come to the end of the Met gala coverage, I have to include the models.

Coco Rocha shut it down last night.

She blew all the other models out of the water. Almost literally in her marine-like Zac Posen Spring 2008 gown with a train which I think was about 20 ft long.

I pity the fool who stepped on that train.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wore a custom made nude tulle ruched ribbon Burberry belted gown.

Her look was paired with a Burberry clutch.

Hilary Rhoda wore a black and red satin Prabal Gurung Fall 2010 dress with pleated bodice.

I would’ve love this look more without the Cartier necklace.

Ivanka Trump jewels and Christian Louboutin Madame Butterfly booty sandals complete the look.

Now this is what you call a princess ballgown.

Doutzen Kroes’ Zac Posen gown has a voluminous tulle skirt and delicate sleeves.

She pitched this just right. Jewels, make-up, hair, everything was perfection.

Karolina Kurkova was one of my favourite models at this event wearing and white Altuzarra Spring 2010 dress with a gold superhero panel on the bodice.

Jessica Stam opted for a uber chic plum Rachel Roy Fall 2010 gown which she wore with a long gold chain with a large pendant.

I was so excited to hear that Gisele Bundchen was going to wear Versace, so I was bitterly disappointed she arrived in this wannabe rock chic Alexander Wang dress.

I don’t like this dark look on her at all.

Natasha Poly wore a Michael Kors camel silk gown.

Chanel Iman also wore Michael Kors, but opted for a gold lame jumpsuit.

Karlie Kloss looks breath-taking in Donna Karan, but I just can’t get excited about Lily Donaldson’s Marc Jacobs Fall 2010 look.  It’s not glamorous enough for my tastes.

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