Katy Perry In Moschino – 2015 Met Gala

Katy Perry In Moschino - 2015 Met Gala

Katy Perry came to make at statement at the 2015 Met Gala in New York City tonight (May 4).

Wearing a Moschino gown that is surprisingly straight off the Fall 2015 runway and a spray paint can-inspired purse, Katy is definitely on theme, but that theme is all her own.

This is definitely the event to go over-the-top, but unfortunately, instead of going for that highly editorialized moment tastefully, Katy’s look is just a mess. The graffiti gloves, the various ruffles, the heavy fabric, the whole thing feels like a losing Project Runway look to me.

I do absolutely love Katy’s pixie cut, however, and really hope she keeps her hair short for a while, because it’s a fabulous and fun change-of-pace for her.

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Emma Roberts In Ralph Lauren – 2015 Met Gala

Emma Roberts In Ralph Lauren - 2015 Met Gala

Emma Roberts turned heads on the red carpet of the 2015 Met Gala in New York City tonight (May 4).

Her bright green satin custom Ralph Lauren gown is accented with a Ralph Lauren clutch and Monique Péan earrings.

The (fabulous) color and fabric of the dress (not to mention the dragon clutch) keep this look Chinese-inspired enough, and Emma is looking just so effortlessly poised and polished that I just love the look.

A sleek-but-undone updo and flawless makeup (those lashes) are really helping give Emma a total moment here, and she’s moved into a whole new zone of fashion star in my book after tonight.

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Rose Byrne In Calvin Klein Collection – 2015 Met Gala

Rose Byrne In Calvin Klein Collection - 2015 Met Gala

Rose Byrne went editorial for her turn on the 2015 Met Gala red carpet tonight (May 4) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

The actress was dressed by Calvin Klein, and wore an intricate custom gown that offers quite a few double-take moments.

I love a dress that offers a surprise once you see it upclose, and this one offers about 10. What appeared to me to be florals and lace from afar, turned out to be leather with circular cut-outs and beads–and I can honestly say I’ve never seen a dress like this before.

A windblown bob and shimmering pink eyeshadow and lips are a fun pairing with the dress, and I love that there is a lot of joy in each aspect of the look.

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Zendaya In Fausto Puglisi – 2015 Met Gala

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Zendaya was a welcome addition to the ‘China: Through the Looking Glass’ 2015 Met Gala red carpet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on Monday (May 4).

Bringing a youthful sense of whimsical fun to the proceedings, the starlet fully captivated in her Fausto Puglisi number, emblazoned with a bold sun motif that artfully took into account the evening’s Chinese theme.

The voluminous shaping and fanciful flair of the skirt was perfectly suited to any event with ‘Through the Looking Glass’ in its name.

Her signature edgy sense of style was also captured in her wrist and arm cuffs and tiara-like headpiece, where the sharp sunbeam shapes were likewise repeated.

With this wonderland of a look, Zendaya gives us a lesson in how to dress for the Met Gala.

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Julianne Moore In Givenchy Couture – 2015 Met Gala

Julianne Moore In Givenchy Couture - 2015 Met Gala

Julianne Moore also attended the 2015 Met Gala in New York City tonight (May 4).

For the big night, the star wore a custom-made Givenchy Couture gown, and the only problem with it is how badly the photos show-off its intricate beauty.

The structural bodice detailing and beading are quite dazzling, and the pops of green in the Jessica McCormack rings and earrings are flawlessly placed.

Julianne opted for her signature messy waves, and her flawless skin amped up eyelashes show-off her staggering natural beauty.

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Kim Kardashian In Roberto Cavalli – 2015 Met Gala

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Kim Kardashian was also at the ‘China: Through the Looking Glass’ 2015 Met Gala held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on Monday (May 4).

Her backless Roberto Cavalli white gown was designed by Peter Dundas in his first dress for Cavalli since returning to the fashion house.

Drama was this dress’s middle name what with its body-con allure and intricate lacy beading that cascaded into a mile-long train of wispy feathers.

Sheer seems to be one of Kim’s favourite looks, so I’m not surprised by the provocative, see-through quality of this confection. But it doesn’t put me off of simply appreciating the showy grandeur of the look on a night that merits all-or-nothing style.

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