2015 Met Gala

Did you see the fashion at this years Met Gala? According to Monday night’s event and the subsequent costume exhibition at the museum was” China: Through the Looking Glass,” celebrating all things Chinese art, design and dresses that interpret the country’s culture. But how did the celebs incorporate this theme into their overall style? Here’s a breakdown of the looks from the 2015 Met Gala.

High Hair: Beyonce and Poppy Delevingne


Beyonce can do no wrong in our eyes, and with a show stopping dress where she appeared to be (ahem) half naked – the focus wasn’t on her hair. A super high pony or in Poppy’s case, a high bun, is always an elegant style choice when you are trying to keep the focus on your dress.

Head Pieces: Sarah Jessica Parker, Rihanna and Tabitha Simmons


Although SJP is getting a lot of slack for her style choice, head pieces were not only on theme with this years event, but apparent in a lot of different red carpet styles. From sparkly hair clips to full blown head pieces, these looks were sure to get noticed.

Drastic Part: Amanda Seyfried and Anne Hathaway


One of our trend watches for this year, a drastic part is a way to give any standard up do a dramatic look. Anne Hathaway actually mixed two of our 2015 Met looks with a hooded dress and a dramatic side part. She’s made both the best & worst dressed list for this choice.

Really Dark Lips – Claire Danes, Karolina Kurkova and Lily Aldridge


Something that we’ve seen on the runway multiple times is making a style statement with dark colored lipstick. We think this became a trend because of the theme and the nod to Chinese heritage.

What was your favorite look from this years Met Gala? Check out our Pinterest board for more of our favorite red carpet moments!

Photo Credit: Elle Magazine and Vanity Fair

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