Met Gala 2015 Red Carpet Rundown – Part 2

Posted on May 07, 2015

Alicia Keys in Jean Paul Gaultier Couture
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Kinda love this.

 

Allison Williams in Giambattista Valli Couture
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She finally picks something interesting to wear – and it’s this hiddy thing.

 

 

The Olsen Twins in Vintage Dior by John Galliano
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We would love the opportunity to sit down with them and ask them what it was like to attend the Met Gala back in the 1920s.

 

Carey Mulligan in Balenciaga
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Bored.

 

Cher in Marc Jacobs
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She’s Cher, bitches.

 

Claire Danes in Valentino
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This is the best she’s looked in AGES. Maybe not the most dramatic look of the night, but we’re just happy to see her back in the game.

 

Gabrielle Union in Zac Posen
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Still bored.

That clutch is a sad attempt.

 

Gong Li in Roberto Cavalli
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SLAYING IT.

We have this picture of all the Chinese actresses heading to the ladies room and having a good long laugh at how badly all the white ladies dressed.

 

Helen Mirren in Dolce&Gabbana
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The mismatched bra pains us. This would have been a stunner with the proper lining.

 

Jaime King in Jason Wu for Hugo Boss
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She gets a pass because she’s baby-baking at the moment, but this is way too boring for this event.

 

Janelle Monae in H&M
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Our brains are short-circuiting, seeing her in a skirt.

We have to say, we don’t love this. The white lining of the cape makes it look Halloweeny somehow. And she looks like she can barely move in the skirt. Also: a floor-length Dracula cape paired with a pencil skirt and crop top is a very weird combo.

 

Jennifer Connelly in Louis Vuitton
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If this was red, it would have been flawless.

 

Jessica Alba in Kenzo
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It’s not your movie premiere, honey.

 

Julianne Moore in Givenchy Couture
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Surprisingly toned down, but elegant and pretty. Could’ve used some serious jewelry and an up do.

 

Kate Mara in Diane von Furstenberg
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Nothing wrong here.

 

Katie Holmes in Zac Posen
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The hair is terrible and the dress just looks like yet another of Zac’s craft projects.

 

Keri Russell in Altuzarra
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Well, you can’t say she didn’t bring it. Should’ve gone for the full effect and had wings built into it.

 

Kristen Wiig in Prabal Gurung
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It’s elegant and she looks good, but it’s all so simple.

 

Lorde in Calvin Klein
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GOD WHY ARE WE BORED LOOKING AT MET GALA PICS THIS IS THE ONE TIME TOM AND LORENZO ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO BE BORED

 

Olivia Wilde in Prada
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THANK YOU

THIS IS KIND OF UGLY AND S&M MISS PIGGY BUT AT LEAST IT’S NOT A DAVID’S FUCKING BRIDAL REJECT

 

Ruth Wilson in Oscar de la Renta
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BAM

CRAZY SHIT

THANK YOU RUTH

 

Sophie Turner in Burberry
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We knew it couldn’t last. Dammit.

She does look gorgeous, though.

 

Uma Thurman in Atelier Versace
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Ditto. Love the earrings. Maybe not the edgiest look in the world, but all we’re asking for is a little bit of drama.

 

Zoe Kravitz in Alexander Wang
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Winner. Awesome look.

This is the state of things: visible panties are now considered modest and conservative.

[Photo Credit: Janet Mayer/PR Photos, Getty Images]

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