9 Most Swoon-Worthy Red Carpet Moments


The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Gala is arguably the biggest fashion event of the year. It’s the one place where our favorite celebrities, models and designers come together to celebrate the museum’s exhibit in glamorous pieces fit for a showroom.

Because the ball is all about elevating your sartorial A-game and bringing a specific theme to life, I’m sitting with bated breath in anticipation of the first red carpet look. This year’s theme is “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between.” So we’ll be sure to witness tons of creative garments that defy conventional dressing. Which also means there will be lots of hits and even more misses. I cannot wait.

But before the gala commences, let’s get in the mood for tonight’s festivities by taking a look back at the most memorable Met Gala looks over the years, from Sarah Jessica Parker to Rihanna.

Scroll below for chicness overload:

Sarah Jessica Parker in Giles Deacon (2013)

Anna Wintour in Chanel Haute Couture (2008)

Beyonce in Emilio Pucci (2011)

Florence Welch in Alexander McQueen (2012)

Katy Perry in Prada (2016)

Lupita Nyong’o in Calvin Klein (2016)

Nicole Richie in Topshop (2013)

Rihanna in Guo Pei (2016)

Zoe Saldana in Dolce and Gabbana (2016)

Who do you want to see on the red carpet tonight? Any faves from previous years? Let me know in the comments!

Stay Stylish,

Briea L. Curington

Author: Briea Curington

A Southern gal with New York dreams, Briea Curington is ready to take the fashion world on by storm. Having never met a pair of stilettos she didn't love, she blends her knowledge of fashion designers with celebrity style critiques and runway trend predictions. When she isn't blogging or working her day job, you can catch her shopping, hanging with girlfriends, or watching Sex and the City reruns - with her phone and Starbucks in tow!

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