This is just lovely.
And a little breathtaking. The only part of it that even comes close to the theme of the night is the hair, which looks like something you’d see in a Commes des Garcons runway show or look book. But that one style choice does a lot to elevate this look above merely “pretty” or “romantic.” It is both of those things, but the look overall has just enough of a sense of heightened drama to it (the colors and print are wildly bold and unusual for the RC) that we have no problem with this being somewhat closer to “standard” than we’d normally like for the Met Gala. She looks strikingly beautiful and slightly unusual in a way that induces head turns. She’s doing alright, as far as we’re concerned.
Dolce&Gabbana Alta Moda Double Organza Baroque Gown in Pappagalli Carousel Print from the Fall 2015 Collection
Forevermark Diamond Jewelry
[Photo Credit: Getty Images, Courtesy of Dolce&Gabbana]
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