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08.05.18

Anya Taylor Joy In Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda – 2018 Met Gala

Anya Taylor Joy looked rather divine and doll-like at the 2018 Met Gala on Monday (May 7) in New York City.

While lovely on its own merits, this Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda tapestry, bold-shoulder dress may have not made us look twice, were it not for the luscious jeweled necklace piece that adorned it.

Plus, her sweet rose-bedecked headdress had to be one of the top hair accessories of the night.

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Selena Gomez In Coach – 2018 Met Gala

Selena Gomez was also in attendance at the 2018 Met Gala, held on Monday (May 7) in New York City.

Donning a dainty, gossamer Coach ruffled lace gown, she channeled her inner bohemian angel.

And, if there was to be any doubt as to the thematic purpose of the look, she completed it with a cross necklace and luminous, glittery makeup.

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08.05.18

Janelle Monae In Marc Jacobs – 2018 Met Gala

Black and white has been another theme of the 2018 Met Gala, held on Monday (May 7) in New York City.

But, there would be no traditional nunnery style with Janelle Monae’s look.

Although she’s lately injected a rainbow of hues to her repertoire, the entertainer has been favouring the monochromatic palette for some time. So this Marc Jacobs tailored look was right within her standard style wheelhouse.

It was only the golden halo hat and headdress underneath that offered religious undertones for the night.

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Greta Gerwig In The Row – 2018 Met Gala

Greta Gerwig attended the 2018 Met Gala on Monday (May 7) in New York City.

Even with the oversized proportions of this voluminous ball gown by The Row, it wasn’t hard to see the nun-inspired connotations in the black-and-white robe silhouette.

However, to avoid getting too nun-like, she stuck with a subtle tiara instead of the traditional headdress.

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Laura Dern In Proenza Schouler – 2018 Met Gala

Laura Dern was also at the 2018 Met Gala on Monday (May 7) in New York City.

I’m afraid I couldn’t really get on board with this Proenza Schouler colour-blocked, black-and-white design.

It was a dress of such stark contrasts. And, as much as I appreciated the vintage Alexander Calder crown-like necklace by Stephen Russell, it seemed to be a wasted afterthought here to check the box on the theme.

Rings by Fred Leighton completed the look.

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