These celebs wore H&M to the Met Gala
Fashion’s biggest night has never looked better.
Actress Kiersey Clemons wore a richly beaded dress like a netting of gold and pearls. A diamond-shaped embroidered net sat close against her body with a deep neckline, leading to a full yet straight skirt held by a soft crinoline, the embellished net sitting on sheer nude organza.
The Riverdale actress’ silver dress was inspired by armour. The cloud-like drape of silver lamé organza was held by a silver corset, decorated with chunky metal chains in antique silver, while silver lamé organza was draped first as a mini-skirt, before billowing into a long train.
“This is my first Met Gala... I still can’t believe I’m going. I feel honoured to be surrounded by such incredible artists and wear this customised gown. I feel like a gilded princess,” she said before taking the red carpet.
The model and activist wore a draped, flowing gown that took inspiration from mosaics. With a long train of silver and jewel tones created from a pattern of beading and sequins, Alek Wek looked as heavenly as ever.
“The hand-beading and embroidery that has gone into this dress is
extraordinary. It is so perfect to wear on this special night,” says
The model and actress, also known as Golden Barbie, wore a voluminous gown of gold bronze metal lamé. The gown was softly draped off the shoulder, then held by an elegant slim waist. The dress then released into a dramatic full silhouette, a high slit revealing Jasmine’s legs to emphasise the modern lightness.
The actress and model wore a daring sleeveless chainmail dress that draped on the body like liquid. Golden chainmail was cut long and lean, with a plunging neckline and open sides, held by links of golden rings that revealed the skin beneath.
“I love how this chainmail dress takes the theme of the exhibition
and pushes it somewhere modern and fresh. It’s so much fun to wear,”
says Olivia Munn.
In an extravagant robe, entirely hand-embroidered with sequins, the model and influencer's look clearly adhered to the Heavenly Bodies theme. The intricate pattern was made from sequins in antique silver, deep red, burgundy, gold and royal blue, while the cuffs, shawl collar and lining were in black silk. Luka also wore tuxedo trousers made from sustainable materials organic silk, Tencel® and wool.