Darlings, we’re working on our Mad Style post for the day, but while that exhausting process is happening, we’ve also got to continue our Met Gala bitchery for a public hungry to be bitchy.
Although we can’t imagine why anyone would want to be bitchy about this look because it is FABULOUS and also EVERYTHING:
Zendaya Coleman attends the “China: Through The Looking Glass” Costume Institute Benefit Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City in a custom Fausto Puglisi dress with a plunging black velvet bodice and crimson silk duchesse asymmetric skirt hand-embroidered with crystal and velvet sun motifs and accessorized with Jack Vartanian black diamond studs and rings by Lydia Courteille, Pasquale Bruni and Casa Reale.
What a stunning and unique look. This is one of our favorite fashion moments of the last year or two. Love every single bit of it, from the gorgeous hair to the crazy skirt to the beautiful tiara – it’s all that perfect combination of fashion and costume that the Met Gala requires.
You go, Princess Couturina. Unlike the naked ladies of the night, you get what this whole thing’s all about. Kudos and props.
[Photo Credit: Jennifer Graylock/INFphoto.com, STPR/PRPhotos.com, Getty Images]