Frances McDormand Met Gala Naked Dresses
During the Met Gala this year, Frances McDormand was spotted on the red carpet wearing a custom-made gown by the legendary Valentino Couture. And it wasn’t just her dress that caught the eye – she was also one of many women who wore “Naked dresses” at the event.
Sarah Jessica Parker’s custom H&M gown with Philip Treacy
Guests at the Frances McDormand Met Gala wore a wide range of sartorial swagger, from custom Versace and Gucci gowns to a pair of Gucci loafers. This year’s Met Gala was themed Fashion and the Catholic Imagination, and many guests interpreted the theme with sartorial flair.
Among the star-spangled gowns were Jennifer Lopez’s red sequin Atelier Versace gown and Tiffany & Co.’s gilded halter. In addition, actress Ashley Olsen wore a custom Brandon Maxwell ensemble.
There were also some interesting headpieces on the red carpet. In addition to Jennifer Lopez’s Atelier Versace gown, actress Jasmine Sanders also wore a custom H&M headpiece. Hers features a halo and braid, reminiscent of actress Renda Attia’s braided look.
The same designer that made Jennifer Lopez’s Atelier Versace gown also created Sarah Jessica Parker’s custom H&M headpiece. In addition to the halo and braid, SJP also wore an architecturally-inspired headpiece that was the sexiest of the night.
Frances McDormand’s custom Valentino Couture gown
Having won an Oscar for Best Actress in March for her work in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Frances McDormand was the red carpet star at the 2018 Met Gala. McDormand wore a custom gown by couture house Valentino. She chose yellow suede Birkenstocks that were designed by the house’s creative director, Pierpaolo Piccioli.
McDormand is known for her fashion choices, and it was clear she had fun with her Met Gala ensemble. The outfit was made of a custom dress by couture house Valentino and sandals designed by Piccioli. The turquoise color is reminiscent of the Statue of Liberty and blooming nature.
McDormand chose a dress from the brand’s Spring 2019 couture collection. The dress featured a neck ruff and flowing cape train. She also wore a matching feathered headpiece, designed by Philip Treacy. The headpiece is made of feathers that are partially a floating Avatar flower bush.
Lady Gaga’s costumes based off of her legendary looks
Whether you’re a fan of the film or not, it’s hard to ignore the fact that Lady Gaga has made it her mission to make people think. With her first major film, A Star is Born, in theaters now, Gaga has already garnered raves for her performance as Ally. She has already been touted as one of the best actresses of all time. In fact, Warner Brothers is so confident in her chops that they went so far as to nominate her for the Best Actress – Drama category at the Golden Globes.
Not only has Gaga enviably captured the attention of Hollywood’s biggest names, she has also spawned her own line of vegan cosmetics branded as Haus Labs. She has also lent her star power to numerous projects including the music and film oriented Shallow and its accompanying soundtrack, and a soft rock starring role in House of Gucci in 2021.
‘Naked dresses’ on female Met Gala attendees
During the past year, many female Met Gala attendees wore “naked dresses”. They were a staple for the event. They feature strategically placed mesh that allows the wearer to see their true skin underneath.
In addition to Kim Kardashain’s famous ‘naked dress’ from the 1962 Met Gala, many women have worn this style in recent years. This year, many women donned sheer outfits that reflected the “Gilded Glamour” theme.
Several attendees donned metallic golds, while others dressed as Marie Antoinette or Queen Louise of Prussia. One of the most memorable looks was that of Rihanna, who dressed as a bejeweled pope.
Other attendees also wore sheer outfits. Katy Perry’s custom Moschino look included an intricate headpiece. Several celebrities praised her look.
Another popular look was that of Lily James, who wore a nude tulle illusion dress with strings of metallic blue pearls. This dress was inspired by the Gilded Age.
Is hot pink the defining color of 2018?
During the first decade of the 21st century, pink was the rage. Women dominated the fashion world, and many shades of pink were the norm. A few of the more notable examples include Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, and Justin Beiber.
While hot pink is a common occurrence, it’s not for nothing. In fact, it’s one of the most divisive colors. It’s a color that has become a symbol of punk, but can also be found in the mainstream. In fact, many of the hottest fashion trends of the past few years have incorporated the color.
Pink is not a color that’s easy to wear. It’s often associated with immaturity and passivity. However, it also evokes comforting feelings.
Hot pink is a great way to make an outfit pop. It pairs well with black, white, and even some shades of blue. It is also an effective way to show your support for breast cancer awareness.