The Metropolitan Museum of Art Gala held in New York this week was a fashion tribute to the late Alexander ‘Lee’ McQueen.
Of the fashion, music and art elite who attended, we have chosen our best dressed and here we show you what to choose for your perfect ball moment.
Eva Mendes looked chic in midnight blue, a gemstone colour radiating elegance designed by Stella McCartney. An asymmetric neckline, with one shoulder is simply feminine, flowing into a long length maxi, fluid with pleats that skim your silhouette for a flattering figure. Our Gracie Maxi works a similar silhouette, and for a one shoulder neckline, the Ciara dress is perfect. Both in deep shades of blue; a stand out colour for your red carpet moment.
Liv Tyler rocked a Givenchy design on Monday night. Ideal for the beginning of Summer, Liv chose a palette of white with hints of yellow, beautifully fresh and vibrant. Get your version with the Lotus Drape Maxi or the Alfresco Rouched Dress. Both offer texture, fused with subtle colours reminiscent of spring.
Gisele Bundchen made a bold statement in an Alexander Mcqueen design. An A-Line silhouette is great for all body shapes.The Allure Maxi Dress in crimson is a strong contestant to Gisele’s look, with a beautiful corsage detail to cinch you in at the waist and add that extra special feature. Or opt a shorter cocktail version of the McQueen style with the Madison Dress, perfect for a more informal occasion.
Sarah Burton was bell of the ball on Monday. The most talked about fashion designer at current, her Met Ball style was angelic and elegant. Embrace this look with the Boadiccea Maxi Dress. With an embellished bodice, this dress will take you from day to evening for an all round glamorous style. As white is the colour of the moment, the Saphire Hitched Dress could also be an option for your new summer wardrobe.