The Met Gala outfits aren't always guaranteed winners, but there are definitely trends that emerge. Last night, with a theme that marries handmade and machine-made fashion, the styles were certainly...interesting. There were a few recurring themes to hit the red carpet last night, but we're not exactly saying they were our favorites. We mean, not everyone could be as lucky as Claire Danes and don a custom light-up fairy princess gown.
After canoodling on the carpet, taking selfies, and just being gloriously glam at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, A-listers took their $2000 manicures out for the after-parties. And boy did things get weird. The Weeknd and Naomi Campbell hosted a shindig at Up&Down, while Balmain and Olivier Rousteing kalled for Kardashians at Gilded Lily. And no matter where they partied, every celebrity went wild. Join us in figuring out what's happening here.
You remember prom. Or the last time you were a bridesmaid. Pre-event prep is all about balling out, sipping champagne in the hairstylist's chair, and feeling glamorous from head...to fingernail. Gigi Hadid is just like us; she knows no one is going to be looking at her nails on the night she makes her couple debut with her pop star boyfriend, or the night she glides in decked out in custom Tommy Hilfiger, but a manicure feels good. It's like a secret you can appreciate whenever you look down at your hands. It's all about the little things, after all.
The First Monday in May. It is pretty much a national holiday for anyone lucky enough to earn a spot of the infamous guest list of the Met Gala. Each year, the Anna Wintour Costume Institute hosts the event to raise funds to support the only department of The Met that has to seek outside funding to support itself.
Could there even BE a more perfect date night than dinner and dancing (and red carpet PDA) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art? Probably not. No wonder so many loved-up couples made it a point to come together and toast the 2016 Met Gala. Gigi and Zayn made their first public appearance as a duo, while Kim and Kanye glittered in matching Balmain. But they weren't the only pairs to step out in futuristic fashions. Click through for the cutest couples at the Met this year.
The first Monday in May saw some of fashion's biggest moments of the year. The 2016 Met Gala lept into the future with the theme "Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology," and the A-list guests definitely didn't let us down with their space age looks. From feathers to latex, sequins to circuit boards, these are the innovative ensembles that had everyone talking.
Given the fact that he was married to a supermodel for over 20 years and, of course, was a fashion icon in himself, it shouldn't really be a surprise that David Bowie was a certified Met Gala vet. He's arrived on the arm of Iman multiple times through the years, taking a dapper turn on the carpet and apparently garnering enough approval from Miss Anna Wintour to keep getting invited back. As we look forward to tonight's futuristic iteration of the annual gala, let us first look back at Bowie being belle of the ball. He certainly will be missed this time around.
With the Met Ball coming up tonight, there's sure to be plenty of posing and pouting on the mile-long red carpet. Camera-ready pros like Gigi and Kendall know how it's done, but you don't have to be a supermodel to pick up their tricks. Here are six easy ways to look your best in your next #OOTD Instagram or Friday night group photo.
Is too much pizza a bad thing? According to Vinnie's Pizzeria the answer, is, and always will be no. After introducing the world to their 'Pizza on Pizza' last year, they're back with an even crazier (and cheesier) idea...a pizza on a pizza inside a pizza box made entirely of...pizza. Talk about thinking outside the box!