Met Gala 2016 Red Carpet Rundown – Part 2

Posted on May 05, 2016


One final roundup of bitchy judgment before putting Met Gala 2016 to bed, darlings.

Line ’em up.


Aja Naomi King in Prabal Gurung
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Beautiful color. The design is pretty prom-dress basic, though.



Allison Williams in Peter Pilotto
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Absolutely, bar none, hands down, the most stylish thing she’s ever worn. Well done. It’s beautiful.



Amber Heard in Ralph Lauren
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So generic as to be puzzling. Why would you work so hard to look so bland on a night like this?



Anna Wintour in Chanel Couture
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A gorgeous and unique gown.



Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen
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We can’t.



Bee Shaffer in Alexander McQueen
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Another gorgeous and unique (somewhat; because it looks a lot like Valentino) gown. Like mother, like daughter, it would seem.



Chloe Moretz in Coach
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It’s alright. The shape of the bodice isn’t great.


Diplo in Calvin Klein Collection
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Kinda love this, we have to say. Colored tuxes can look awfully gimmicky, but this really works. We wish the shirt wasn’t the same color.


Elle Fanning in Thakoon
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We just don’t get these ladies, who had every opportunity to pull out the stops on a night when you’re expected to do so, picking bridesmaid gowns. Although this is more like Carrie White’s prom gown.



Emma Roberts in Tory Burch
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Pretty. The colors and pattern are really eyecatching.


Karolina Kurkova in Marchesa
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It’s hard to tell in this shot, but the dress lit up. Which is great, but Claire Danes stole her thunder.



Kate Mara in Paco Rabanne
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And the panties and bandeau aren’t very flattering.



Katie Holmes in Zac Posen
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This is dramatic for her. It’s probably as much as we can expect. The top half is generic, but the skirt is really pretty at the bottom. Having such dramatic hair is a good way to balance it out, but we’d have told her to go up instead of down.


Léa Seydoux in Louis Vuitton
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Trust the French girl to be the only one who snagged a decent-looking LV for the Met Gala.



Mia Wasikowska in Prada
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This could be great if the proportions on the top weren’t so bad.



Michelle Monaghan in Rosie Assoulin
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The bust feels a little unresolved somehow, but we really love this for just going there. The goal was to look different and this dress nails it. The head styling isn’t quite up to its level, though.



Miranda Kerr in Louis Vuitton
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It’s not the worst LV we’ve seen on this red carpet, sad to say.



Nick Jonas in Topman
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It’s too tight, Nicky Tryhard.



Nikolaj Coster-Waldau in Ermenegildo Zegna
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That’ll do.

Great hair.



Olivia Wilde in Michael Kors
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FABULOUS. Love the metal choker. She wore a similar piece around her ponytail. Cutting edge in a futuristic kind of way without being too sci-fi about it.



Orlando Bloom in Prada
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This too, will do.


Stacy Martin in Miu Miu
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LOVE this dress. No one else’s looked quite like it and if you check the Met’s “Manus x Machina” exhibit, you can see how this fits perfectly within the aesthetic of it.



Tom Hiddleston in Ralph Lauren
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This will also do. As well.


Uma Thurman in Tommy Hilfiger
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Pretty but a little dull, which is appropriate as our last words on Met Gala 2016, since it pretty much sums up the majority of the celebrity style choices.

And with that, the mic is dropped.



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