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On September 13, 2021, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will host the annual Met Gala. Officially known as the Costume Institute Gala (also known as Fashion’s Biggest Night). This is the first time since 2019. Wonderwall.com has the best accessories. Participants have been fashionable for big events over the years … starting in 2019 with this amazing way to add a little extra pizza. Elle Fanning has strengthened its accessories by adding them to the nails! NSThe bright nail polish contained individual charms hanging from each finger, which were as kitsch and eye-catching as those around her neck.
Continue reading to see more of the best accessory moments from the Met Gala of the past …
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With a theme like “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” the 2018 Met Gala accessory options were endless. Rihanna did sport and deliver this Pope’s Miter, designed by Stephen Jones, covered in the same decorated fabric as her Maison Margiela dress.
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Hipster star Mary-Kate Olsen rocked Bohemian’s main look at the 2017 Met Gala. Mary Kate wore a layer of amber and jade jewelery with a chain headpiece actually woven into messy hair and an embossed metal medallion to decorate the ivory antique lace gown. She added a pair of engraved drop earrings and jet-black underwear, in contrast to the dress.
Jared Leto did not carry the bag to the Met Gala in 2019. No, instead he chose to carry a replica of his head. The strange stunts are reminiscent of Gucci’s runway show earlier in the year.
The fiery black and orange Givenchy gown that Beyonce wore at the 2013 Met Gala was fierce enough on its own, but when combined with long black gloves and thigh-high boots, she made another notch. I looked it up. The footwear was designed to perfectly complement her gown, so you don’t know where it ended and her gorgeous dress began.
At the 2017 Met Gala, Cara Delevingne looked brilliant in silver. The model actress is a sequined Chanel pant with a silver belt, silver heels with pointed toes, and most strikingly a painted silver head dotted with sparkling Swarovski crystals. I added more charm to the suit.
Lupita Nyongo knows that fashion should be fun. She attached accessories with a vintage Cartier choker wearing a custom Prada flapper dress as a headband at the 2014 Met Gala. The feather and jeweled look didn’t require much to pop, so Lupita cleverly added a little more — a jeweled emerald clutch and a green peep toe. Only the heel.
Sarah Jessica Parker at the 2013 Met Gala when she arrived at the Black and Gold Giles Deacon Gown with this eye-catching black and gold Mohawk-inspired headpiece designed by Saihai Christian Louboutin boots and Philip Treacy. Caused a great deal of commotion. Headgear looked like it weighed a ton, but SJP confirmed that it was actually “wing-light.” The same is not true for those heavy diamonds around her neck.
Lady Gaga has added oversized black sunglasses and a very weird addition to the hot pink 2019 Met Gala look … a chunky 90’s style cell phone purse with her lipstick in it!
Check out the couture gold swirl headpiece that Rihanna wore at the 2015 Met Gala to complement her amazing yellow and gold Guo Pei look! The unique piece was covered with rubies and diamonds that mimic the intricate design of her dress and offset her gold choker.
Sarah Jessica Parker arrived at the 2016 Met Gala in this white Monster Strike suit inspired by the Broadway musical Hamilton. Her decorative blue satin heel and gorgeous blue and white Fred Leighton cameo necklace complemented the look. SJP was later criticized for not following her appearance and night theme (human vs. machine), but “probably you were unaware of the techniques used in the details and decoration of the design. Or maybe you just didn’t like what I was wearing and that’s perfectly fine, but I can’t blame you for not paying close attention and sticking to the theme. ” I think you could see it.
Jennifer Connelly’s 2016 Met Gala look was a contrasting lesson. The actress wore a sexy asymmetrical tea-length galaxy-inspired Louis Vuitton dress with the same brand of black clutches as the edgy black combat boots. Heels may have been a more traditional way to decorate a dress, but we love the casual (and real, comfortable) way Jennifer showed it all.
Jennifer Lopez’s best accessory at the 2017 Met Gala was her new boyfriend at the time, Alex Rodriguez, but the 150-carat Harry Winston diamonds she wore in her powder-blue Valentino gown weren’t too poor. bottom. J.Lo looked like a glittering goddess with vintage triple diamond hoops and diamond bracelets all set in platinum. While retaining its luster, the singer actress added a silver clutch with a huge crystal clasp.
Blake Lively shined in a complex Atelier Versace piece at the 2018 Met Gala. When it was time to add jewelry, she called Lorraine Schwarz. The jeweler has equipped her with over $ 2 million in metal and gems, including a custom-made halo that holds over 100 carats of champagne diamonds. Blake also sported several killer earrings made of 30 carat emeralds and diamonds.
Cameron Diaz stood out in a fuchsia gown at the 2007 Met Gala, but it was her jewelry selection that really turned her head! She attached accessories with bright turquoise earrings and a matching necklace.
Rosie Huntington Whiteley’s earrings at the 2014 Met Gala made us jealous with a rounded eye. Complementing her leopard striped long-sleeved Balmain cocktail dress was an oversized gold bamboo hoop (also from Balmain). The earrings add a safari feel and perfectly accentuate the bamboo details under the arms of her dress.
At the 2017 Met Gala, Kelly Washington rocked a structured black and silver Michael Kors gown with a tough bob and a safety pin choker. The interesting necklace (also designed by Michael Kors) is the only jewelery Kelly wore (except for wedding rings), featuring hundreds of small diamonds adjacent to the actual safety pin, a night theme. Gave her an edgy, almost unfinished charm that perfectly fits into. “Art of the In-Between”.
Katy Perry’s avant-garde view at the 2017 Met Gala was in favor of Maison Margiela Artisanal designer John Galliano. The fiery red gown was intrigued by its matching veil, adorned with swirling metal, hanging rhinestones and graffiti-inspired art. Katie combined a simple gold hoop nose ring with Lorraine Schwarz diamond earrings.
While Chris Seateigen’s delicate, sparkling all-black St. John’s knit gown at the 2015 Met Gala was attractive enough, her accessory game was on target and commendable. From silver Italian leather belts and Judith Reaver fan clutches to beaded jade drop earrings and gorgeous purple orchids, Clichy was one of the most beautifully accessoryd stars of the night.
The Met Gala is one of the only places where the headpiece is a perfectly suitable accessory, and Priyanka Chopra wore a beautiful one in 2018 that took 250 hours for craftsmen to make. It was by Ralph Lauren, who also made a gown, consisting of red Swarovski crystals and gold beads.
Lady Gaga’s 2016 Met Gala Look was one of the books. The hipster singer wore a leotard in a jacket made of Versace circuit boards. The look was brilliant in itself based on the theme of men vs. machines, but because she’s a gaga, she has the highest lace-up platform heels I’ve ever seen and Lorraine Schwartz’s seriously dazzling diamonds. Added (including great ones) bolt diamond ring). Of course, her big 80’s hair put the entire outfit together.
Headpieces were everywhere in the 2018 Met Gala, but nothing was as complicated as Sarah Jessica Parker! The star wore a reliquary-inspired piece featuring a towering gold design adorned with jewels and a complete nativity scene. Perfect for the theme of “celestial bodies: fashion and Catholic imagination”.
At the 2017 Met Gala, Rihanna was amazed at this incredible frilled flower Comme des Garçons dress. RiRi combined with Dsquared2’s Killer Red Sai High Sandals. The singer and fashionista said the dress was slippery, but it took an hour to put on the sandals and lace them up. Finishing the look, Rihanna wore black tourmaline earrings and a chunky diamond bracelet from her own Rihanna Loves Chopard jewelry collection.
At the 2016 Met Gala, Kate Bosworth looked like a royal family in a glamorous gown that matched the Dolce & Gabbana tiara. The actress added a touch of sunlight with canary diamond earrings, as if she wasn’t glittering enough.
The best accessories are not necessarily jewelry! A good example: The unexpected addition of Jasmine Sanders at the 2018 Met Gala. Instagram stars wore their hair in ultra-long braids adorned with dozens of tiny red roses. Since the rose is a strong Marian symbol in Catholicism, this touch was not only gorgeous, but also adhered to the theme of the year, Celestial: Fashion and Catholic Imagination.
“Me & U” singer Kathy brought the drama to the 2017 Met Gala red carpet. Kathy wears a sexy black Christian Louboutin gown featuring a long, frilled train, as well as Rinaldi A. Unardi’s ear cuff, which perfectly matches the cape of Diddy’s sunburst pattern at the time. Did.
At the 2017 Met Gala, Haley Bennett looked like the Roman goddess Flora, who anthropomorphized this flowering Dolce & Gabbana gown with a floral headpiece. Haley’s combination of graceful garden look, soft and moist make-up, and Namikawa jewelery such as diamond rings and gold drop earrings, everything she touched seemed to be spring.
Ciara’s 2016 Met Gala look takes full advantage of simple yet perfect accessories. The singer wore a custom H & M gown that drips onto Swarovski crystals, paired with ultra-high heels, a wedding ring and silver hair paint.
Maybe Ciara got silver hair inspiration from Nicole Richie’s 2013 Met Gala look. It features Danare Becca design and Ryan Stoller’s silver-blue hair and earrings. Nicole’s hair and jewelery, with a punk theme of the year, contrasted with the topshop gowns of floral beads.
Taylor Swift’s rock’n’roll look at the 2016 Met Gala was courtesy of Louis Vuitton (top to bottom). Her custom metallic dress was adorned with lace-up gladiator heels and dark statement lips that offset the platinum blonde Bob.
In 2006, Jennifer Lopez put on a pale pink Versace gown with serious statement earrings made up of a variety of oval and circular complementary pink gems.
In 2014, Selena Gomez looked elegant on the Met Gala red carpet with Plum’s Diane von Fastenberg gown and Lorraine Schwartz’s geometric silver chandelier earrings. The small triangles are studded with sparkling diamonds, adding to Serena’s classic look.
Jennifer Connelly was the face of Balenciaga in 2008, so it was not surprising that the star was the face of a designer at the Met Gala that year. Would you like to complete her ensemble? Featuring a myriad of shapes and sizes of diamonds and gems, this stunning necklace has become one of the most unique pieces of the red carpet of the year.
Her dress couldn’t write anything about that year, but Jessica Alba’s 2009 Met Gala accessories were right. She wore a stunning Van Cleef & Arpels Cotillon drop earrings made of 51.08 carats of cabochon Zambian emeralds and diamonds.
Returning to the Met Gala in 2010, Sarah Jessica Parker adorned a champagne-colored Halston gown with Fred Leighton’s stunning vintage diamond bracelets. Another notable accessory that the star wore that night? A giant bow that matched the fabric of her dress added a whimsical feel to her appearance (and would definitely have been approved by Carrie Bradshaw!).
Can you tell us about the brilliance of British model Adwore Aboa accessories at the 2017 Met Gala? Wearing an ivory gown created by up-and-coming designer Connor Ives (who conceptualized the dress for assignment at his design school, Central Saint Martins), Adwore is a seriously hot jewel. A hanging chain cuff designed by Connor from the individual gems found on the London market, combining a studded magenta heel with giant glittering ears and appearance. To add a touch of pop color, Adwoa adorned his fingers with rings from the Astley Clarke Astronomy collection.