The 2015 Met Gala themed “China: Through The Looking Glass,” recently took place in New York. The star-studded and glamorously fashionable event saw too many amazing fashion choices, but we are left with the question ‘who made the best fashion choice? Was it Sarah Jessica Parker or Joan Smalls or Rihanna or Beyonce or Jennifer Lopez? Well, whoever it was, you can guarantee that the stars had fun with their choices on the red carpet and you are in the right place to say who chose the best fashion after going through the images below. Meanwhile these are what the following celebrities dressed in for the event, we think they are appropriately delightful and dazzling dresses.
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According to a Chinese designer, Fan Bingbing is among the few who successfully met the criteria in styles befitting the theme of “China: Through the Looking Glass event.” She gave an awesome twist to a gorgeous dress.
The Australian actress dressed in red on the red carpet. She looks very gorgeous in it and therefore is included as one of the best dressed at the high-fashion event. She is wearing a deep-claret colored gown, clutch and shoes by Calvin Klein Collection with a Delfina Delettrez ring and Broken English earrings.
Li Bingbing looks really adorable from all sides in this sculptural gown by Dior Haute Couture.
Diane Kruger looks absolutely beautiful in sheer pants. In the picture above, Diane is wearing a Chanel two piece embroidered ensemble with Fred Leighton jewels, and a Judith Leiber bag.
The pop diva appeared on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in an imperial yellow, fur-trimmed cape that was embroidered with scrolls and scrolls and scrolls of flora (and a headdress!). The gown stretched out for miles, sweeping over the red carpet as she made her way up the steps. Sheer Chinese couture made by Guo Pei. According to her, the jaw-dropping gown was handmade by one Chinese woman and it took her two years to make.
Zendaya who is popular for her unique fashion sense shone brightly in a cascading train. In this year’s Met Gala, she looked exceptionally beautiful in a plunging Fausto Puglisi dress featuring a fitted, sleeveless black top and a voluminous asymmetrical red bottom. She completed her brazen outfit with ornate sun-inspired cuffs, shiny finger rings and a gold head piece and then, the K.C. Undercover star completed her look with a pair of simple black pumps from her new footwear collection.
The actress chose a white floral appliqué couture dress by Givenchy.
While the likes of Rihanna, Beyonce and Kim Kardashian wowed people with their over-the-top and amazing creations, Emma chose simple, chic and sophisticated. She dressed in a beautiful slinky, green Ralph Lauren silk gown which was one of the cleanest silhouettes of the evening and it fit her slender figure and porcelain complexion to perfection.
Maggie Q wore this slick embellished two-piece number by Tory Burch.
Anne attended the yearly ball in New York wearing a metallic hooded gown by Ralph Lauren, which looked like it may have been inspired by Star Wars day as it reflected the uniform of the Jedi knights.
Olivia wore Prada primrose pink double satin plunging neck pencil gown embroidered with turquoise and smoke grey crystals and stones, clutch, and sandals.
Janelle wore a black-and-white ensemble. Her H&M two piece cape look with Nicholas Kirkwood shoes, a Rodo clutch, Jack Vartanian ear cuffs, a Carla Amorim bracelet and ring, and Le Vian rings really raised eyebrows.
Mrs. Clooney dressed in a tiered, crimson-hued Maison Margiela Couture gown by John Galliano featuring a sequin-covered bodice (pretty much solidifying her style icon of the moment status).
Courtney Eaton in Dolce & Gabbana.
Sienna Miller looked stunning in a sparkly custom fringed tuxedo by Thakoon, Rauwolf accessories and Jacob & Co. jewels.
Marchesa silk poppy flower gown with full organza skirt and belt; Edie Parker clutch.
Joan Smalls looked exceptional from the crowd at the Gala in a black and royal blue Roberto Cavalli gown. She matched up the look with a black choker, eggplant smoky eyes, straight hair, and a severe middle part.
Alicia Keys wore Jean Paul Gaultier with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
Behati Prinsloo wore a sexy velvet Tommy Hilfiger dress, custom diamond and sapphire earrings and necklace by Fallon Jewelry, and topped off the look with a Judith Leiber Couture clutch.
Candice wore Michael Kors with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
Miranda looks super hot in a custom Louis Vuitton dress and clutch, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
She wore a beautiful shimmering Atelier Versace gown, Christian Louboutin shoes, and Anita Ko earrings and rings.
The Australian model dressed in a ravishing deep red Chinoiserie-style velvet Valentino dress. The long-sleeved intricate design turned heads at the at the Gala.
Beyonce looked phenomenal in a long-sleeved, sheer floor length gown with sequin and floral appliques barely covering her modesty. In fact, Queen Bey redefined being fashionably late as she made her way up the steps flaunting her curves. She wore a sheer Givenchy gown that all but guaranteed every eye would be on her.
kerry Washington wore a pink dress by Prada with Harry Winston jewelry which looked absolutely perfect on her.
Miley wore a black Alexander Wang gown (with sexy cutouts in it) and shoes, with Ana Khouri earrings. She just knows how to turn heads with her daring and fearless fashion.
Karolina’s dress was dramatic, on-theme and absolutely alluring. She showed off her legs in a short, red Tommy Hilfiger dress.
Kim wore a stunning nude gown embroidered with white crystals, sequins and beads, and trimmed with ivory ostrich feathers along the train. The ensemble showed off her well documented assets from every angle. Though the gown looks like the headline-making gown Beyonce wore at the 2012 Met Gala, it came out amazing. Kim went with Roberto Cavalli, which is the first time she’s worn the designer to a major event.
Jennifer served up some see-through creations. A sequined and super sheer Versace gown that put her assets on full display.