Modesty certainly wasn’t a trend last night. Many stars took to cut out details and sheer fabrics to show off their figures in style. Kendall Jenner took the trend a step further in a sexy slit gown composed of layered see-through panels by La Perla.
Halle Berry attended her first Met Gala last night, wearing a sheer pant-suit with a golden train designed by Versace.
Many stars dressed in honoree, Comme des Garçons’ signature avant-garde style, dressing in looks with an emphasis on shape, form and volume. As per usual, Rihanna stunned on the carpet, this year in a Comme des Garçons dress.
Tracee Ellis Ross also played with volume in her navy ensemble also designed by the honoree of the night, Comme des Garçons.
Pump up the volume and get the look with this ruffle-sleeved top, which can be dressed up or down, depending on the occasion.
Red was one of the biggest colors we saw at last night’s gala, and with varying shades from scarlet to deep burgundy, this sultry shade stole the night. Rita Ora dazzled in Marchesa with the label’s designer, Georgina Chapman by her side.
Rose Byrne embraced the evening’s most popular color in a plunging tulle gown designed by Ralph Lauren.
Not ready to be red all over? Try the trend with a tried-and-true red lipstick, like this one from NARS.
Power couple of the evening Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady shined last night. Bundchen wore a form-fitting beaded gown by Stella McCartney and Brady wore a grey velvet suit by Tom Ford.
Michelle Monaghan sported a showstopping silver sequin gown last night designed by Paco Rabanne.
This DVF sequin “shell” works with denim or a skirt, and gives you just enough room to shine.
Reese Witherspoon glowed in an asymmetrical gown designed by Thierry Mugler last night.
Kate Hudson wearing a minimalist, one shoulder gown designed by Stella McCartney.
You may not have many gown-worthy occasions, but you can still rock the one-shoulder look with this white dress from Solace London. Wear it to a summer party, a fancy date or a night out with the girls. Just don’t wear it to a wedding.