The red carpet shone bright at this year's 2018 Met Ball Gala. But who were the real style winners? Scroll for the Irish Tatler best dressed edit.
The theme of last night's 2018 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit was Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination, and my, were some of the creations worn on the red carpet heavenly indeed. Ruth Negga led the charge for a refined red carpet beauty, the Irish Oscar-nominated actress donned a stunning Louis Vuitton for the night that was just the right amount of sparkle.
Alexa Chung, pictured with fellow models Poppy Delevigne and Karen Elson, wore a bespoke piece from her eponymous clothing range which ticked every style box, if you ask us.
Amanda Seyfried was a Shakespearean vision in a mustard Prada look. While Tracee Ellis Ross was the cut of her mother, Diana, in a 1960s-inspired number c/o Michael Kors (below). Star of HBO's Insecure, Issa Rae, was also dressed by the American designer.
Both Karlie Kloss and Greta Gerwig erred on the side of black, with Gerwig's gown, created exclusively by The Row, taking the Met Gala's theme of Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination to the next level.
Meanwhile...Gisele Bunchden and Tom Brady. That is all.
Perhaps the gong for scene stealer of the night goes to Kate Bosworth, who stunned in an Oscar de la Renta creation that came dripping in pearls and replete with custom veil. The look is a personal one for Bosworth, as it was an impromptu replica of her own gown made by the same design house for her Montana wedding in 2013.
However, it wasn't purely luxury labels who dominated the crème brûlée carpet. H&M created custom looks for a number of starlets on the night including Lili Reinhart, Olivia Munn, Alek Wek, Kiersey Clemons, Jasmine Sanders and Luka Sabbat for the 2018 Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit. Go behind the scenes and witness the pre-event build up below:
Fancy getting the looks? H&M has created a capsule collection of shoppable Gala looks available from tomorrow.
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