This is kind of… not … terrible?
Lena Dunham attends the 2014 Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City in a Giambattista Valli Haute Couture strapless silk dress paired with Giambattista Valli shoes and a Fred Leighton 19th Century diamond and blue enamel ring, an Art Deco diamond and onyx ring, a diamond marquise ring, and diamond drop earrings.
Oh for God’s sake. Stand like an adult.
When we say “not terrible” we mean it’s actually kind of a pretty dress. As per usual, though, she chose something with a rather difficult shape to it. The bodice is fine, but that skirt is tricky and we don’t think she’s quite the gal to make it work. Also, the Ramona Quimby hair and the fact that she can’t even be bothered to put her shoes all the way on bugs the shit out of us.
We do think the Met Gala requires more than a cocktail dress, even if it is couture. We can’t be bothered getting obsessed over the theme of the night, since “White Tie and Decoration” is about as vague as you can get (for the ladies, at least). And the Charles James aesthetic is not something every woman can pull off. It doesn’t bother us that it wasn’t a sea of exuberant ball gowns last night, but we think an above-the-knee skirt is kind of pushing it.
[Photo Credit: Getty Images, IMAXTree]